Laodicea

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Laodicea was founded in the third century BC by King Antiochus II and named after his wife Laodike. In 190 BC rule of the region passed to the Pergamene Kingdom, then in 133 BC it came under the rule of the Romans. It is mostly famous for being the site of one of the seven churches mentioned in the Book of Revelation.

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