Ask a Lycian who he is, and he will answer by giving his own name, that of his mother, and so on in the female line.
It is not a part of the Lycian body, but is an independent city.
Bachofen (p. 390) remarks that several Lycian inscriptions give the names of mothers only.
He pitch'd his spear, and to the Lycian Prince In terms of peace and amity replied.
He was much worshipped in Lycia, hence his oracles are often called 'Lycian lots.'
The distinctions awarded to the Lycian people are in full proportion to those of their king Sarpedon.
The Lycian forces were led by Sar-peʹdon, a son of Jupiter, and a renowned warrior.
Glaucus, the Lycian captain, marked his defiant attitude, and strode forward undaunted to the encounter.
In his absence Diomedes met in the battle Glaucus, a Lycian prince.
Later he wrote an "Ode to a Lycian Tomb," one of the best, if not the best, of his poems.