Isauria

Isauria, in ancient times this name was given to the northern slopes of the Taurus in Asia Minor, what is now Karamania; the Isaurians were a wild, savage people; from the 1st to the 4th centuries they were the terror of neighbouring States, and gave Rome herself considerable trouble; but from the 5th century they disappear from history.

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

Isandula * Ischia
Isac of York
Isabella
Isabella II.
Isabey Jean Baptiste
Isæus
Isaiah
Isaiah, The Ascension of
Isaiah, The Prophecies of
Isambert, François André
Isandula
Isauria
Ischia
Ischl
Isengrin
Iser
Isère
Iserlohn
Ishmael
Isidore, St., Bishop of Seville
Isinglass
Isis