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Germanicopolis was an ancient town in the Roman province of Isauria. (Hierocl. p. 709; Concil. Chalced. p. 659; Const. Porphyr. de Them. i. 13.) The city took its name from Germanicus, grandson of first Emperor Octavian Augustus, as several others.
The Crusaders sustained a great defeat near the city in 1098. It passed to the Turkic