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Lycaonia (ly-ka-ô'ni-ah). A province of Asia Minor which the apostle Paul twice visited. Acts 14:1-23; Acts 16:1-6. It was separated from Phrygia, and bounded north by Galatia, east by Cappadocia, south by Cilicia, and west by Pisidia and Phrygia. Its chief towns were Iconium, Derbe, and Lystra. The speech of this province. Acts 14:11, is supposed to have been either a Syrian or a corrupted Greek dialect.

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Rice, Edwin Wilbur, DD. Entry for 'Lycaonia'. People's Dictionary of the Bible. 1893.

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