Some finds were made in Fms beneath ophiolites in Amanus
, on both sides of the Levant Fracture called Kara Su Valley.
Considerada como divinidad atmosferica (Gonzalez Wagner, 2001: 30), la etimologia de su nombre se ha relacionado con las colinas de Amanus
, en el N de Ugarit (Lipinski, 1995: 251; Markoe, 2000: 130).
latus was described (Pic, 1892: cxi [= 1893: 414]) from the "monts Amanus
, pays d'AkbAs" now Amanos Mountains of Hatay prov.
In the Monolith Inscription, "Ammon" is one of the numerous words with flawed orthography, and that offers the possibility of the alternative reading that would place Ba'sa's realm farther north in the Amanus
Asimismo, la parte mas oriental de la Cilicia Pedias quedaba delimitada por la cordillera del monte Amanus
, atravesada por el rio Pyramus, que nacia en Capadocia.
Subi las montanas del Amanus
y derribe troncos de cedros [.
region in Turkey: new light on the historical geography and archaeology.
Some discoveries have been made in formations beneath ophiolites in the Amanus
area, on both sides of the Levant Fracture called Kara Su Valley.
The PKK operatives tried to ensconce themselves along the road from Lataqiya in Syria to Samadag, a village in the Amanus
mountains in Hatay.
Now Shalmaneser III, after a foray across the Amanus
into lowland Cilicia in 834 B.
Ancient texts describing Sargon's conquests as including "the Cedar Forest" (in Lebanon) and "the Silver Mountains" (the Amanus
and Taurus ranges) strongly suggest his objectives for his wood- and metal-poor empire.
We should imagine the entire region from the Amanus
to Pelusium and from the desert to the sea as a linguistic continuum in which each group could understand its neighbours' languages - languages which were hardly more diverse than the dialects of Greek.