Keraia was a town of ancient Pisidia inhabited during Hellenistic and Roman times. Its name does not occur among ancient authors, but is inferred from  epigraphic and other evidence.
Its site is located near Çere, Belören, in
Asiatic Turkey. 
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Lund University. . Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
Coordinates: 37°30′52″N 30°36′14″E / 37.51456397987°N 30.603878746289°E Keraia
Keraia (Greek κεραία), which literally means "horn", is a rare Greek word that may mean:
Keraia (Crete), a town of ancient Crete
Keraia (Pisidia), a town of ancient Pisidia
In modern Greek print, the keraia ( ʹ ) is used to distinguish numerals from letters
Something insignificant, a small projection, translated to English Tittle in Matthew 5:18
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