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A small province of Asia Minor, bounded north by Galatia, east by Cappadocia, south by Isauria and Cilicia, and west by Phrygia. It appears to have been within the limits of Phrygia Major, but was erected into a Roman province by Augustus. The country is level, but not fertile, though peculiarly adapted to pasturage. Of its cities, Iconium, Derbe, and Lystra and mentioned in the New Testament, Acts 14:6 . The "speech of Lycaonia now forms part of the Turkish province of Caramania.

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Rand, W. W. Entry for 'Lycaonia'. American Tract Society Bible Dictionary. 1859.

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