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Pisidia

(pĭsĭd`ēə, pī–), ancient country of S Asia Minor, S of Phrygia and N of Pamphylia. It was a mountainous country, traversed by the Taurus range. Its warlike tribes maintained their independence until the country was incorporated into a Roman province in the early 1st cent. A.D.
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In Pisidian Antioch he first goes to the synagogue, where he preaches his "classic" outreach sermon to the Diaspora Jews.
22) For Caristanius see PME C 83: he was surely from the well-known family at Pisidian Antioch.
Building a new Rome; the Imperial colony of Pisidian Antioch (25 BC-AD 700).
of Michigan undertook an excavation and study of the rich site of Pisidian Antioch, near the modern city of Yalvac in Turkey.
Associate Professor Mehmet Ozhanli, the head of Suleyman Demirel University's Archeology Department who heads excavations in the ancient city of Pisidian Antioch, said they had discovered remains of a church during their excavations.
What Paul preaches among the philosophers in Athens differs considerably from what he preaches in the synagogue of Pisidian Antioch.
One chapter each is devoted to Paul's successes in Pisidian Antioch and Lystra.
AFTER A SERIES OF missionary efforts in Pisidian Antioch and Iconium, Paul and Barnabas find themselves in the city of Lystra in the Roman province of Galatia (Acts 14:68).
Already during the Hellenistic period, it had been one of the major Pisidian towns.
1,2,1) that he is taking the Greek mercenaries east to fight the Pisidians, as well as all the subsequent fabrications and examples of subterfuge with which he brings them ultimately to Babylon.
But in contrast to Weiskopf's silence on the broader aspects of the rebellion, Mosley gave serious consideration to the uprisings of the Lycians, Pisidians, Pamphilians, Cilicians, Syrians, and Phoenicians.