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Iconium

(īkō`nēəm), ancient city of Asia Minor, the modern KonyaKonya
, city (1990 pop. 509,208), capital of Konya prov., S central Turkey. It is the trade center of a rich agricultural and livestock-raising region. Manufactures include cement, carpets, and leather, cotton, and silk goods.
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, Turkey. In ancient days it was at various times in Phrygia, Lycaonia, Cappadocia, and the Roman province of Galatia. It was visited by Paul, who converted part of the Greek and Jewish population and established an important church there. In the 3d cent. A.D., Iconium became an active Christian colony.
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This topic (Biblically writ large from Babel to the Gift of Tongues) recurs throughout Acts: Peter and John ridiculed as "unlearned" (4:13); Barnabas, a Cypriot Jew, was surely bi-lingual (4:36); polyglot disputes with Stephen (6:9); Philip the Deacon translates Isaiah for an Ethiopian official (8:27-32); some apostles preach only to Jews, others only to Greeks (11 : 19-21); Jews and Greeks simultaneously addressed at Iconium (14:6).
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