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Definition of the noun Laodicea
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Laodicea is a genus of Laodiceidae, described by Lesson in 1843.
- synonyms: genus Laodicea / Laodice / genus Laodice / Laodoce / genus Laodoce / Octorhopalon / genus Octorhopalon / Tetropoma / genus Tetropoma
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Cnidaria
- class: Hydrozoa
- order: Leptothecata
- family: Laodiceidae
- species Laodice ulothrix
- species Laodicea brevigona
- species Laodicea brownei
- species Laodicea calcarata
- species Laodicea chapmani
- species Laodicea eucope
- species Laodicea fertilis
- species Laodicea fijiana
- species Laodicea indica
- species Laodicea marama
- species Laodicea minuscula
- species Laodicea neptuna
- species Laodicea neptuna
- species Laodicea ocellata
- species Laodicea pulchra
- species Laodicea undulata
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Laodicea is a genus of Laodiceidae.
- Laodicea: Laodicea; also transliterated as Laodikeia or Laodiceia was a Hellenistic city in Mesopotamia. Pliny places Laodicea along with Seleucia and Artemita. Laodicea's precise location is unknown, but it is in modern-day Iraq.
- Laodicea, also transliterated as Laodiceia or Laodikeia, was an ancient city of Arcadia, in the Peloponnese, Greece. It is located between Megalopolis and Oresthasion.
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- Laodicea Eucope
- Laodicea indica
- Laodicea marama
- Laodicea fijiana
- Laodicea neptuna
- Laodicea pulchra
- Laodicea Bigelowi
- Laodicea chapmani
- Laodicea Cruciata
- Laodicea fertilis
- Laodicea ocellata
- Laodicea undulata
- Laodicea brevigona
- Laodicea Calcarata
- Laodicea minuscula
- Laodicea Antarctica
- Laodicea cellularia
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Laodicea
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by Witness Lee
Laodicea is a distorted Philadelphia. When brotherly love is gone, Philadelphia...
Redeemed to Overcome (2005)
by Drexel L. Pope
The glorious promise of verse 21 to any repentant member of the church in the city of Laodicea is a key scripture of this book. Paul wrote an epistle to the church in ...
by Leonard L. Thompson
Laodicea is the last of the congregations to whom the Likeness of a Human sends prophetic pronouncements. It forms a pair with the congregation at Sardis, for John's Christ appraises them both negatively, probably for the same reason: They ...
Returning to the Orthodoxy of the Church by Various Authors
Laodicea Being a Distorted Philadelphia; When Brotherly Love Is Gone, the Opinion of the Majority Being the Accepted Opinion; as Long as the Majority Is in Favor, Its Being All Right Laodicea is a distorted Philadelphia; when brotherly love is ...
Laodicea is the city of the lower glen, Colossae of the upper. Due north of Laodicea, between the Lycus and the Meander, stands Hierapolis, in a very conspicuous situation, on a shelf below the northern mountains and above the valley, with a ...
Drinking the Cool Aid of Secular Humanism by Michael D. Lemay
Laodicea is the church of “the opinions of the people”. Today much of what we call Christianity fits nicely into this description ofthe Laodicean Church. Our opinions about God seem to matter more than what God says about Himself in the Bible, ...
Paradise Restored (2004)
Sermons from Revelation for Lent and Easter by William Mosley
Laodicea is the lukewarm church, ...
by Uchenna Mezue
Laodicea is a very poor community. The star of this church is almost without any glow. Laodicea is in an unenviable position. All human spirits, who cannot commit unequivocally to God, belong to this community. They are not sure they believe ...
by Matthew George Easton
It was originally called Diospolis and then Rhoas, but afterwards Laodicea, from Laodice, the wife of Antiochus II., king of Syria, who rebuilt it. It was one of the most important and flourishing cities of Asia Minor. At a very early period it became ...
Or A Cyclopaedia of Illustrations, Graphic, Historical, and Descriptive, of the Sacred Writings, by Reference to the Manners, Customs, Rites, Traditions, Antiquities, and Literature of Eastern Nations ...
From lie McaumoatB, LAODICEA. There were five cities of this name, two in Asia Minor, two in Syria, and another in Media; but the Scriptures speak only of that in Phrygia, near Colosse, one of the seven primitive Christian churches. Its earliest ...
A Scripture Gazetteer; or, geographical and historical dictionary of places and people, mentioned in the Bible (1829)
by John Griffith MANSFORD (M.R.C.S.)
LAODICEA.—There were four cities of this name: the first, in the western part of Phrygia, on the border of Lydia; the second, in the eastern part of the same country, denominated Laodicea Combusta; the third, on the coast of Syria, called ...
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- Syria Street in Laodicea
This is what's left of Syria Street, the main street of the ancient city of Laodicea. Laodicea is a very ancient center that was originally known as Diospolis of Phygria, but following the conquest of Phygria and the other Eastern empires by Alexander the Great, the city passed down through the line of Alexander's generals to Antiochus II Theos (261-253 BC), who renamed the city in honor of his wife Laodice, and laid it out on a classic Greek grid system. It was taken over by the King of Pergamon in 188 BC and then came under Roman rule when the last King of Pergamon, Atalus III, left the whole of his empire to the Senate and People of Rome. Laodicea prospered under Roman rule and was made the capital of its province. Laodicea was unlucky with earthquakes. Among the really big ones were the great quake of 27 BC (during the reign of Emperor Agustus), the one in 47 AD during the reign of Emperor Cladius, the one in 60 AD during the reign of the notorious Emperor Nero that essentially flattened the whole city, another big one sometime during Emperor Antonius Pius's reign (138 - 161 AD), a monster in the late 3rd century during the reign of Diocletianus, another major quake sometime during the reign of Emperor Valens, and the mother-of-all-quakes that razed the city in 494 AD. Nearly all the survivors left after the devastating quake of 494, but a few stuck around until sometime between 602 and 610 AD when yet another monster quake hit. That was the last straw; the last inhabitants moved out and started cities at Denizli, Kaleici and Hisarkoy. The street plan and major buildings emerging from excavations primarily date from reconstruction done after the big quakes during the reign of Antonius Pius. The early Christian/Byzantine remains date to the final period of the city between 474 AD and the early 7th century.
Photo credit: Ken and Nyetta
- Roman bridge near Laodicea on the Lycus, Turkey
Photo credit: Following Hadrian
- Unrestored Street in Laodicea
This might look like a giant pile of broken stone bits but it is actually a major street. Archeologists have completed one of the most important steps -- removing the accumulated dirt and plants that had almost completely hidden the road. As they carefully removed the dirt, however, they left every stone exactly where it was found, mapped it, numbered it, photographed it, and generally documented the street in extreme detail. If they decide to reconstruct the street, the next step will be to figure out exactly how everything fell in order to determine where to stand it back up. Sort of like a 3D jigsaw puzzle with several million pieces.
Photo credit: Ken and Nyetta
- Horus from Laodicea
Horus (falcon) from Laodicea. Displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Hierapolis.
Photo credit: Ian W Scott
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- Introduction to the Church at Laodicea
Introduction to the Letter to the Church at Laodicea (Rev. 3:14-22) Salisbury Bible Fellowship August 2, 2009 Salisbury, MD by Lee Webb ...
- Laodicea - The Wretched Church of Revelation
What is the solution to the state of the Church? Jesus identifies His last day Church as Laodicea - a lukewarm Church. The prognosis is confronting, but as ...
- Jacob Prasch - The Dilemma of Laodicea
Jacob points out the differences between the churches of Revelation ch 2 & 3 and describes the condition of the Laodicean Church in the Last Days. Radio Free ...
- Pastor Mark In Laodicea
Pastor Mark talks about the history of the church in Laodicea as he invites everyone to come along on his return trip to Turkey in 2011.
Laodicea. Another great clip from Drive Thru History covering the biblical importance of ancient Laodicea.
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The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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