The name Lycea, or Lycia, begins to appear in the 6th century.
They are said to have been brought from the city of Myrrha in Lycia, in the year 1097.
Now the Chimæra was a terrible monster that roamed the fields of Lycia.
It commands a view of the whole of Lycia, Pamphylia, and Pisidia.
He then turned the head of Pegasus toward the east, and set out for Lycia.
And then he gave it to Sleep and Death, and these two carried it to Lycia, his fatherland.
In a coin of Myra, in Lycia, the bust of a goddess is represented in the foliage of a tree.
The king's name was Iobates, and Lycia was the country which he ruled over.
He was much worshipped in Lycia, hence his oracles are often called 'Lycian lots.'
The eunuch caught him up in Lycia, but he did not bring him back to Egypt.
a wolf, a province in the south-west of Asia Minor, opposite the island of Rhodes. It forms part of the region now called Tekeh. It was a province of the Roman empire when visited by Paul (Acts 21:1; 27:5). Two of its towns are mentioned, Patara (21:1, 2) and Myra (27:5).