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LYCLauderdale Yacht Club (est. 1938; Fort Lauderdale, FL)
LycLycian (linguistics)
LYCLocal Youth Council (various locations)
LYCLyric Young Company (London, England, UK)
LYCLatino Youth Conference
LYCLutz-Yelton Convocation Center (Shelby, NC)
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The ancient Lycians might have managed to claw their way up the rock face to carve out the tombs in 450BC but they're best admired from a restaurant terrace over a glass of the local rose wine as the sun sets.
uk ) offers an imaginative Lycian Coast programme from May-October.
when it is said to be one of the six leading cities of the Lycian Union (the other five were Xanthos, Tlos, Pinara, Patara and Olympos).
aduna 'to eat', karsuna 'to cut') and a similar formation is known in Lycian (tebana 'to conquer', zxxana 'to fight', xlaina 'to dominate'); (22) as C.
TURKEY: Exclusive Escapes (0208 605 3500) offers seven nights' B& B at stylish Kalkan Regency on Lycian coast from April 25 for pounds 400, incl B& B accom, return flights into Dalaman, transfers, day's gulet cruise and Turkish Bath.
The guide takes in an array of coastal resorts, including Bodrum, Marmaris and Dalaman on the Turquoise coast and Fethiye, Kalkan and OluCdeniz on the Lycian Coast.
On this trip, visit classical monuments in Athens before boarding the 17-cabin yacht Callisto with an underwater archaeology expert for island stops at Santorini and Rhodes and a trio of Turkish delights: cliffside Lycian capital Xanthos (excavated post-World War II), semi-submerged Simena (home to a famed necropolis), and Bodrum's Museum of Underwater Archaeology.
Temple-like Lycian tombs cut into the faces of seemingly inaccessible cliffs.
Visit the volcanic area of Cappadocia, the white stalactites of Pamukkale and the mountainous Lycian coast.
Nicholas's golden moment, the one that rooted him in a legend that has steadily evolved over the past 1,700 years (to the point where there's no escaping the man from October to December), was when he appeared one night with a gift for a newly impoverished family in the Lycian capital of Patara.
Harrison offers an astute reading of the famous confrontation between the Lycian Glaucus and the Greek warrior Diomedes in Homer's Iliad.