LAODICEA

I.
LAODICEA
Mediae urbs cuius Paulus ad Coloss. c. 4. v. 15. et 16. meminit. Eius Ep increpat fil. Dei, Apoc. c. 2. v. 18. Terrae motu, sub Nerone, destructa, opibus incolarum postmodum iterum reparata est. Tertull. c. Marc. Epiphan. haer. 42. Hier. de Script. Eccl. in Paulo. Philastrius, de haer. c. 90. Sixtus Sen. l. 1. Bibl S. Euseb. in Chron. Plin. l. 5. c. 20. 23. et 29. l. 6. c. 26. Strabo, l. 11. p. 524. et l. 12. p. 576. et 578. Ptol. Niger, Olivarius, Ortel. etc.
II.
LAODICEA
Urbs Phrygiae, ad fluv. Lycum, in Phrygia Pacatiana. Quibusdam nove Lefke. Hîc Conc. A. C. 352. cuius Canones habentur cum traductione Gentiani Herveti, interpretatione Dionysii parvi, et collect. Isid. Mercatoris. Synodus ibid. A. C. 476. ob Steph. II. Ep. Antioch. ab Eutychianis, prope altare, occisum. Morer. Dist. Hist. Hodie Eskihissar Turcis, h. e. vet. castrum, plane in ruinis iacet, nec praeter molendinum, et quatuor ex marmore theatra, in quorum uno Inscr. Graeca honori Vespasiani facta, residuum quidquam est, uti refert Iac. Spon. Itin. Parte 1. p. 346. qui etiam duorum nummorum Marci Aurelii, in cuius altera parte, ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΘΝ
ΠΕΠΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ OMONIOA: Alterius Otaciliae Severae, in cuius postico latere ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΩΝ ΕΦΕΣΙΩΝ ΟΝ OMONOIA, scriptum, meminit, Parte 3. p. 179. et 180. Ceterum numerus Canonum est LIX. qui etiam leguntur in Codice Canon. Eccl. univ. Habitum vero hoc Conc. fuisse A. C. 364. contendit Ioh. Dalaeus in Pseudep. Apostol. p. 517. et 675. Vide quoque Gerh. von Mastricht Hist. Iur. Eccl. n. 24.
III.
LAODICEA
urbs Caelesyriae, Episcopal. olim sub Archiep. Damasceno, Dionys. v. 915.
Λαοδίκην ςθ᾿ ἡ κεῖται ἐπ᾿ ἠϊόνεςςι ςθαλάςςης.
Baudr. Laodicea Cabiosa cogn. nunc Laudicha; etiamnum urbs ampla, ad Orontem fluv. 18. mill. ab Emissa in Mer. fere 100. a Damasco in Eur. sub Turcis: A Laodice Antiochi uxore, matrequeve Seleuci. Alia est Lydiae, Archiepiscopal. sub qua 16. urbes Episcopales: inter Tralles ad Occ. et Apamiam ad Eur. 50. utrinque mill. 170. a Magnesia in Ort. ab Antiocho Stratonices fil. condita, cuius uxoris nomen erat Laodice: Nunc adhuc Laudichia, et Turcis Nove Lefche Leunclav. Vide Steph.
IV.
LAODICEA
urbs quoque Syriae, Tac. Ann. l. 2. c. 79. et l. 14. c. 27. in ora maris Phoenicii, inter Heracleam ad Bor. et Gabalam ad Mer. ad rad. Cassii montis, olim Archiepiscopal. 30. mill. ab Antiochia in Occ. 35. ab Apamea in Caec. Parva est, sensimqueve deficit. A Seleuco una cum Antiochia et Apamea, quae tres sorores dictae condita. Strabo l. 11. p. 524. l. 12. p. 576. 578. l. 14. p. 663. et l. 16. p. 749. 750. 751. 752. et 755. Illadchies s. Liche nunc. De ea Dionysius Afer l. de situ orbis:
Laodicen pariter positam prope litus amoenum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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