Like his father, he employed mercenaries for his wars, whom he hired from Pisidia and Cilicia.
It commands a view of the whole of Lycia, Pamphylia, and Pisidia.
His province also comprehended Pisidia, Pamphylia, and Cyprus.
And after they had passed throughout Pisidia, they came to Pamphylia.
Pisidia, part of which had hitherto been included in one province with Isauria, was also detached, and made to include Iconium.
The new culture penetrated the mountain ranges of Pisidia and Lycaonia.
Antiochetta, the capital of Pisidia, attempted no resistance; and here the main body of the Christians recruited for some time.
This city stands on the confines of Pisidia, in that part which verges to the Pamphylian sea.
Cordeaux found fragments of fresh-water shells and a few bivalves (Pisidia), while Saxby met with plant fibers and mud.
But still a work had to be done in Lycaonia and Pisidia if the results of his labours were not to be lost.
a district in Asia Minor, to the north of Pamphylia. The Taurus range of mountains extends through it. Antioch, one of its chief cities, was twice visited by Paul (Acts 13:14; 14:21-24).