Lycia[lis̸h′ə, -ē ə]
Lycia definition by Webster's New World
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ancient country in SW Asia Minor, on the Mediterranean: settled in early times; came under Persian and Syrian rule; annexed as a province by Rome (1st cent. )
Lycia definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An ancient country and Roman province of southwest Asia Minor on the Aegean Sea. Ruled from early times by Persia and Syria, it was annexed by Rome in the first century A.D.