How to use Lycia in a sentence
Below the Cragus in the interior is Pinara, which is one of the largest cities of Lycia.
In the first place, the triskelion, which is the foundation of this hypothesis, made its first appearance on the coins of Lycia.The Swastika | Thomas Wilson
The Greeks connected the symbol with the cult of Apollo, which they represented as very popular and of hoary antiquity in Lycia.The Swastika | Thomas Wilson
The name Lycea, or Lycia, begins to appear in the 6th century.
Lycia may be obtained for so many thousand pieces of gold; but the opulence of Phrygia will require a more considerable sum.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire | Edward Gibbon
British Dictionary definitions for Lycia
an ancient region on the coast of SW Asia Minor: a Persian, Rhodian, and Roman province
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