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(păt`ərə), ancient Mediterranean port of LyciaLycia
, ancient country, SW Asia Minor. Egyptian sources ally the Lycians to the Hittites at the time of Ramses II; the Lycians spoke an Anatolian language. Lycia was frequently mentioned by Homer in Greek mythology.
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, S Asia Minor (now Turkey). It was a Dorian colony, and became the seat of the Lycian League (167 B.C.–A.D. 43). According to the Acts of the Apostles, St. Paul visited Patara. Extensive excavation of the city's ruins only began in the late 20th cent.
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As I point out in my earlier piece, "this ancient kingdom of Lycia, on Turkey's Mediterranean shore, holds a wealth of wondrous archaeological sites: Telmessos (Fethiye), Olimpos, Phaselis, Myra, Antiphellos (KaE-), Teimiussa, Patara, Xanthos and dozens more all within a day-trip range of KaE-.
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