[German version] (Κάν[ν]α;
Kán[n]a). Town in eastern Lycaonia, modern Beşağıl (formerly Gene), east of Iconium on the road from Amorium to the Cilician Gates [1. 100f., 185]. Seen by Ptol. 5,6,15 as part of Lycaonia (within Cappadocia). From AD 381 at the latest, there was a diocese in Lycaonia (suffragan of Iconium), which continued to exist into the 12th cent. [1. 185]. Inscriptions, amongst those two which bear the town's name, are extant from the 2nd cent. AD  onwards. Belke, Klaus (Vienna) Bibliography
2 MAMA 8, XIII, 38-40.