Laodicea

Laodicea. Eight ancient cities bore this name; the chief, situated on the Lycus, in Phrygia, lay on the way between Ionia and the Euphrates; was a city of great commerce and wealth, the seat of schools of art, science, medicine, and philosophy, and of an early Christian bishopric; though the Church was stigmatised in the Revelation, two councils assembled here in A.D. 363 and 476, the former of which influenced the determination of the canon of both Testaments; the city, destroyed by the Mohammedan invasions, is now in ruins.

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

Laodamia * Laomedon
Langres
Langton, Stephen
Languedoc
Lanka
Lannes, Jean, Duc de Montebello
Lansdowne, Henry, third Marquis of
Lansdowne, Henry, fifth Marquis of
Lanterne, La
Laocöon
Laodamia
Laodicea
Laomedon
Laotze
La Pérouse
Lapithæ
Laplace
Lapland
La Plata
La Plata River
Lapsi
Laputa

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