Isinda - A settlement in Pisidia
Isinda was a town in Pisidia. It stood in a strategic position at the western end of the pass leading from Pamphylia by Termessus to Pisidia.

Together with Aperlae, Apollonia and Simena, Isinda was a member of a tetrapolis, a federation of four cities. Coins from Isinda reveal that it considered itself an Ionian colony.

Isinda was later included in the Roman province of Pamphylia Secunda. At an early stage, it became a Christian bishopric, a suffragan of the metropolitan see of Perge, the capital of the province.

Modern location:

(1) Volusian 251-253 AD
Obverse: laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right from behind; AV KE Γ OVIΔ OVEΛ OVOΛOVCCANOI
Reverse: Tyche standing half left, holding rudder and cornucopia; ICINΔ_E_ΩN / AP_X·M
Ref: H. v. Aulock, Münzen und Städte Pis...