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O. he received the provinces of the Greater PhrygJa, Lycia, and Pamphylia. On the death of the regent Antipater, in 319, he aspired to the sovereignty of Asia. In 316 he defeated and put Enmenes to death, after a struggle of nearly 3 years. ) from the sea, in a beautiful valley. O. 300, who called it Antiochia in honor of his father Antiochus, and peopled it chiefly from the neighboring city of ANTIGONIA. It was one of the earliest strongholds of the Christian fjiith ; the first place where the Christian name was used (Acts xi.