The cities of Lycaonia...and the surrounding region

Ramsay argues in ch. 5.6 of "St. Paul the Traveler" that the cities of Galatic Lycaonia, which was ruled by the Romans at that time, are only Lystra and Derbe and that the term "surrounding region" denotes the cityless territory around them (i.e., territory organised on the native pre-Greek village system).

Here is a link to ch. 5 (V) of Ramsay's book for those interested to read his argument (Please scroll down to section 6).