Caucasia


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Caucasia:

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, Rus. Kavkaz, region and mountain system, SE European Russia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Armenia is not crossed by the Caucasus range but is considered part of the greater region. The mountain system extends c.
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Caucasia

a region in SW Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea: contains the Caucasus Mountains, dividing it into Ciscaucasia in the north and Transcaucasia in the south; one of the most complex ethnic areas in the world, with over 50 different peoples
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Bacyk warned that Russia may take some negative steps against Turkey on every international platform, with regards to Caucasia, the Mediterranean, Cyprus and beyond.
Based on circumstantial evidences we may only speculate that the roots of Winkler's mistake somehow originate from von zur Muhlen who corresponded with Winkler personally [28], and like Guldenstadt travelled in Caucasia in 1910 as a geology student of the University of Tartu [29].
Archaeology in the borderlands: investigations in Caucasia and beyond: 213-28.
Anglo Asian is actively looking to exploit its first mover advantage in Azerbaijan to identify additional projects, as well as looking for other properties in Central Asia and Caucasia in order to fulfill its expansion ambitions and become a mid-tier gold and base metal production company focused in these regions.
Annual of the Society for the Study of Caucasia, 6-7:51-78.
Evliya Celebi is a peace ambassador who tells us about the multi-cultural structure of the continental Europe, the Middle East and the Caucasia," Professor Bekir Karliaga, head of the coordination committee of the Alliance of Civilizations, told the symposium.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Russian political analyst said that Tehran and Moscow should elevate their ties to strategic partnership in a bid to push back the influence of trans-regional powers on the Central Asia and Caucasia.
This species is distributed from central Europe to Caucasia occurring on wood products and hardwood trees including Norway maple (Acer platanoides L.
This fairy sprang from the glass of our ancestors; win her again because she hailed from our Caucasia.
Because of the financial difficulties and the problems between Armenia and Azerbaijan, the first mission of the European Commission in South Caucasia in 1998 chose Tbilisi as the most suitable place to work.
This red accounted for one-third of all Argentina's bottled wine exports in 2009 and 45 percent of the value of exports, some $230 million, according to Caucasia Wine Thinking, a consulting firm based in Mendoza.