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Galatia

Overview page. Subjects: Religion — Classical Studies.

An ancient region in central Asia Minor, settled by invading Gauls (the Galatians) in the 3rd century bc. It later became a protectorate of Rome and then (with some further territories) a...

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Men

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(Μήν, also Μείς), one of the most important gods of west Anatolia (see Anatolian deities). Etymology uncertain, but the name must derive from a native language. From its home territory ...

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Pisidia

Overview page. Subjects: Classical Studies — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

A mountainous region of southern Asia Minor which extended from the Pamphylian plain (see Pamphylia) to lakes Burdur, Eğridir, and Beyşehir. Protected by difficult terrain the inhabitants...

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Res Gestae

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(of Augustus). Augustus left four documents with the Vestals to be read, after his death, in the senate. One of these was a record of his achievements, in the style of the claims of the tri...

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Seleucids

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A member of a dynasty ruling over Syria and a great part of western Asia from 311 to 65 bc. Its capital was at Antioch. The name comes from Seleucus Nicator (the founder, one of Alexander...

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via Sebaste

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The Roman key to the control and pacification of Pisidia, in the southern part of the Augustan province of Galatia. It ran from the coast of Pamphylia (probably Perge), through ...

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