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+ Lycian , Lycians
Ptolemy attacks Lycia and Caria.
Syll_333, a decree of Samos in honour of Demarchus of Lycia.
OGIS_57, a decree of Lissa in Lycia, in honour of Menecrates.
Tlepolemus of Lycia wins the first one-horse race at the Olympic Game
Ptolemy rebuilds Patara in Lycia, and calls it Arsinoe.
Antiochus sends Jewish settlers to Phrygia and Lycia.
_8, drafts of letters concerning taxes in Lesbos, Thrace, and Lycia.
inhabitants of Arycanda in Lycia give their support to Mithridates,
dispute between Rhodes and Lycia over the terms of the Roman settle
OGIS_99, a statue dedicated by the Lycian League at Alexandria.
Lycian embassy complains to the senate about their treatment by the
improve the status of the Lycians causes consternation at Rhodes.
The Rhodians suppress resistance in Lycia.
clared war on them; but they are forced to evacuate Caria and Lycia.
Cibyra and three other cities in Lycia form a political union.
of a statue to Rome by the Lycians, in gratitude for having their
a statue to Rome by the Lycians, in gratitude for having their
ous parts of Asia, including Lycia, Pamphylia, Pisidia, Phrygia, and
^Inscr_6, a treaty of alliance between ^Rome and ^Lycia.
ntulus Spinther forces the fleet of Dolabella to retreat from Lycia.
Brutus subdues the Lycians.
of Cardia; Pamphylia, Lycia, and greater Phrygia to Ant
Lycaonia, Pamphylia, and Lycia, to Antigonus as before;
prophesy from fish in Lycia, concerning whom Polycharmu
"The Arycandians of Lycia, being neighbours of the
gdom and was killed at Myra in Lycia. [Ol. 172.3] Ptolemae
gual. [i] From the Lycian people, as a commune, rest
ghter in Myra, a city of Lycia; from there, he crossed ove
rule over Pamphylia and Lycia He granted Phrygia and [?
irate war, obtained Pamphylia, Lycia, and Pisidia. Bithyni
presents he made to the Lycians and Samnians? or of his
Nearchus received Lycia and Pamphylia; Cassander, Caria;
aphlagonia, Caria, Lycia, and Phrygia were assigned to Eum
(c. 246) nicia and Cyprus and Lycia and Caria and the Cyclad
to us. Pindaros, Lycian, about 29 years of age, medium
warships of Pericles the Lycian, he put to shore and, chan
aeus, in Syria and Cilicia and Lycia. At that time he capt
possess Syria, Cilicia, Lycia, and the other provinces
(c. 301-298) ce the Pamphylians, Lycians, Cretans, Greeks and
(180-120) ral government of the Lycians to secure the help of
(? 249) ards the rest of the Lycians; with good fortune, it
(46) itium [by the Romans] and Lycians. . . . The cit
in the quarter of the Lycians' Camp, previously o
(soon after 235/4) Thessaly Agathon of Lykia Xenophilos of Macedonia
(after 188) of Pistokrates in Lycia: Diokles son of Theopr
(173-169) henaios of Patra in Lycia, the son of Nomios second
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