Antioch

Antioch (An`tioch) , an ancient capital of Syria, on the Orontes, called the Queen of the East, lying on the high-road between the E. and the W., and accordingly a busy centre of trade; once a city of great splendour and extent, and famous in the early history of the Church as the seat of several ecclesiastical councils and the birthplace of Chrysostom. There was an Antioch in Pisidia, afterwards called Cæsarea.

Population (circa 1900) given as 23,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Antin`ous * Anti`ochus
Antigone, The Modern
Antig`onus
Antigonus
Antigonus Gonatas
Antigua
Antilles
Antimony
Antinomianism
Antinomy
Antin`ous
An`tioch
Anti`ochus
Anti`ope
Antip`aros
Antip`ater
Antiph`ilus
An`tiphon
Antipope
Antipyretics
Antipyrin
Antisa`na

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