Antioch on the approach from Suadeah The ancient city of Antioch was founded in BC It was the capital of the Seleucid dynasty in Syria and a province of the Roman Empire Antioch later became the centre of Christendom outside Palestine It was in Antioch that the term Christian referring to converts of Saint Paul first came into use It later became part of Turkey and is known as Antakya The city was the site of a famous siege by the Crusaders in during the First Crusade
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