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  Lycia   - a region in south-west Anatolia
Wikipedia entry
  + Lycian , Lycians
309/9 Ptolemy attacks Lycia and Caria.
301/7 Syll_333, a decree of Samos in honour of Demarchus of Lycia.
277/2a OGIS_57, a decree of Lissa in Lycia, in honour of Menecrates.
256/9 Tlepolemus of Lycia wins the first one-horse race at the Olympic Game
246/19 Ptolemy rebuilds Patara in Lycia, and calls it Arsinoe.
205/11 Antiochus sends Jewish settlers to Phrygia and Lycia.
201/19 _8, drafts of letters concerning taxes in Lesbos, Thrace, and Lycia.
197/21 inhabitants of Arycanda in Lycia give their support to Mithridates,
186/3 dispute between Rhodes and Lycia over the terms of the Roman settle
181/16 OGIS_99, a statue dedicated by the Lycian League at Alexandria.
178/4 Lycian embassy complains to the senate about their treatment by the
177/3 improve the status of the Lycians causes consternation at Rhodes.
174/8 The Rhodians suppress resistance in Lycia.
167/5 clared war on them; but they are forced to evacuate Caria and Lycia.
166/6b Cibyra and three other cities in Lycia form a political union.
84/36 of a statue to Rome by the Lycians, in gratitude for having their
84/37 a statue to Rome by the Lycians, in gratitude for having their
79/16 ous parts of Asia, including Lycia, Pamphylia, Pisidia, Phrygia, and
46/43a ^Inscr_6, a treaty of alliance between ^Rome and ^Lycia.
43/63 ntulus Spinther forces the fleet of Dolabella to retreat from Lycia.
42/5 Brutus subdues the Lycians.
    Within translations:
1Macc_15 and to Pamphylia, and to Lycia, and to Halicarnassus, and
Aelian:NA_8.5 there is a village in Lycia between Myra and Phellus
Aelian:NA_9.23 , the monster of Lycia kept by Amisodarus the Lycian kin
Aelian:NA_12.1 here is a bay at Myra in Lycia and it has a spring and the
Aelian:NA_16.30 Olynthus asserts that in Lycia the goats are shorn just
Aelian:NA_17.43 The leopard of Caria and Lycia is not fierce-tempered, nor
Arrian:Fr_1 of Cardia; Pamphylia, Lycia, and greater Phrygia to Ant
Arrian:Fr_9 Lycaonia, Pamphylia, and Lycia, to Antigonus as before;
Athen_8.333 prophesy from fish in Lycia, concerning whom Polycharmu
Athen_12.528 &# "The Arycandians of Lycia, being neighbours of the
Athen_14.657 to them, nor are those from Lycia. And Strabo mentions
ChronPasc_449 gdom and was killed at Myra in Lycia. [Ol. 172.3] Ptolemae
CIL_1.725 gual. [i] From the Lycian people, as a commune, rest
Demetr:Eloc_63 Greeks and Carians and Lycians and Pamphylians and Phryg
Euseb]:Chron_165 ghter in Myra, a city of Lycia; from there, he crossed ove
ExcBarb_33B rule over Pamphylia and Lycia He granted Phrygia and [?
Festus:Brev.11 irate war, obtained Pamphylia, Lycia, and Pisidia. Bithyni
Joseph:BJ_1.425 presents he made to the Lycians and Samnians? or of his
Just_13.4 Nearchus received Lycia and Pamphylia; Cassander, Caria;
Just_13.6 aphlagonia, Caria, Lycia, and Phrygia were assigned to Eum
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   nicia and Cyprus and Lycia and Caria and the Cyclad
PLond_2052 to us. Pindaros, Lycian, about 29 years of age, medium
Polyaen_5.42.1 warships of Pericles the Lycian, he put to shore and, chan
Porph:Fr_46 aeus, in Syria and Cilicia and Lycia. At that time he capt
Porph:Fr_47 possess Syria, Cilicia, Lycia, and the other provinces
POxy_1380 p~isis_hymns.html#6 the sacred games ; in Lycia Leto ; at Myra in Lycia sag
SEG_17.639 (c. 301-298)   ce the Pamphylians, Lycians, Cretans, Greeks and
SEG_18.570 (180-120)   ral government of the Lycians to secure the help of
SEG_27.929 (? 249)   ards the rest of the Lycians; with good fortune, it
SEG_55.1452 (46)   itium [by the Romans] and Lycians. . . . The cit
SelPap_1.77 in the quarter of the Lycians' Camp, previously o
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   Thessaly Agathon of Lykia Xenophilos of Macedonia
Syll_619 (after 188)   of Pistokrates in Lycia: Diokles son of Theopr
THI_61.D (173-169)   henaios of Patra in Lycia, the son of Nomios second

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