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Turkey, Lystra
Lystra has never been excavated, so the mound youíre looking at is a typical Middle Eastern Ďtelí. However, an inscription was found here (now displayed in the Konya Archaeological Museum) which makes the site identification secure. Lystra has significant New Testament links: Barnabas and Paul while visiting Lystra were mistaken for gods [Acts 14:6ff] and Paulís companion Timothy was born here [Acts 16:1].
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