L is for Laodicea

The ruins of Laodicea lie in modern-day Turkey. But once upon a time, it was a city that boasted all the finest bells and whistles. Named after Laodice, the wife of  Antiochus II Theos, (261-253 BC), it flourished and became one of the important commercial cities of Asia Minor. A place where movers and shakers struck large … Continue reading L is for Laodicea