معجم البلدان

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Yāqūt al-Ḥamawī, Muʿjam al-buldān, (Beirut: Dār al-kutub al-ʿilmiyya, 1990).

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Title: معجم البلدان

Title: Muʿjam al-buldān

Author: Yāqūt al-Ḥamawī ياقوت الحموي

Publisher: دار الكتب العلمية

Publisher: Dār al-kutub al-ʿilmiyya

Place of Publication: Beirut

Date of Publication: 1990

URI: http://syriaca.org/bibl/636  Link to Syriaca.org Bibliographic Record

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AbdonAcreAdana Adharbayjān Akhlat Aleppo Alexandria ʿAmadiyyaAmida AmmanAnab AnasarthaAncyra Antaradus Antioch Anḥil Anṣanā Apamea ʿAqra ʿArabān
ʿArabān Arak Arbela ArdabīlArdashir KhurrahArethusaArmenia ʿArqa ArraganArsamosata ArsaniasArzun AscalonAwānaʿAyn Zarba ʿAyn al-TamrBabyloniaBadlis Baghdad Balad Balikh BaradāBarṭelle BashoshBaʿalbakBaʿutBaṣraBaṭnan Baṭyās Beirut Beth ʿArbinBethlehem Birtha Black Sea Bostra ByblosBāb TūmāBājabbāra Bālis Bālū Bārimmān Caesarea CaesareaCairo Caspian Sea China Circesium Claudia Constantinople Crac des ChevaliersCtesiphon Cyprus Cyrrhus Damascus DamiettaDaquqaDara Darta d-RomayeDayr al-AskūlDayr al-RūmDayr al-Zaʿfarān Dayro d-Qadisho Shemʿun Diyār Muḍar Diyār Rabīʿa Doliche Dunaysar EdessaEgyptEmesa Erzincan Erzurum Euphrates Europe FarsFilasṭīn GabalaGargar Gaza Gazarta Ghūṭa Greater Zab Gubrin HakkariHamadānHanzīṭ al-Hattākh Herat Ingila Iraq ʿIrqa IskenderunIspahanal-Jabbūl JerichoJerusalem JordanJordan valleyJūsiya Kafrṭāb Kallinikos KaramlishKarh GuddānKashkarKaysum Kfar Nabu Kfartuto Khabur Kharput Kharshana KhazirKhurasan KhuzistanKhābūrā Kiliz KlilishoʿKonia al-Kūfa Lake Urmia Lake Van Laodicea LarissaLebanon Lesser ZabMabbug Macedonia al-MadāʾinMagdalMaishanMalki SabaManazgirt Mar AḥaMar Gabriel and Mar AbrahamMar MariMar MikhaʾilMar NuḥMar YawnanMar YonanMar Zakkay Mar ZenaMaragha Mardin MariammeMarqabMarʿash Mashhad Kuḥayl Maypherqaṭ MaʿaltaMaʿarrat al-Nuʿmān MaʿlulaMediterranean Sea Melitene Merv Mesopotamia Monastery of Yaʿqob the RecluseMopsuestia Mor Barṣawmo Mor Matay Mor Shlemun Mosul Mount Sinai Mount Sinjar Mount ZionMt. Qāsiyūn MygdoniusMāksīn Nabk Nagran al-Najaf Narsaybād Nicaea NileNineveh Nisibis Nizip North AfricaNubia Nuhayr al-Khawsir OrontesPalmyraPelusiumPenekPersia Persian GulfPeruz Shapur PhilippopolisPishonPontosPyramos QalamunQalʿa Rumayta Qalʿat NajmQalʿat SimʿānQaraQaraqosh Qardual-Qaryatayn Qaṣr Ibn Hubayra Qenneshre QenneshrinQuṭurbul Rabban YawsepRafaniyya Ram HormizdRaʿban Reshʿayna Rhodes RhososRome Rūḥīn Sakhā Salamiyya SalmasSamarqandSamosata Sanīr SarephtaSarmin ScythopolisSeleuciaSeleucia PieriaSergiopolisSerugh ShahrzurShaqlāwaShennaShushtarShīḥā SidonSiirt Sijistān Simandu Sinjar Sis Sivas SocotraSt. Catherine Sukhna Susa Syria Tabriz Tagrit Talʿafar TangutTarsos Tbilisi TehranTel Baṭrīq Tel Besme Tel Maḥre Tell TuneinirTell ZqipaTella al-ThaghrTiberiasTibetTigris Tinnīs Tokat Tripolis TurkestanTyrosUrima Urmia VanWasṭānal-Wāsiṭ YabrudYemen ʿĀnah Širwān ḤaditaḤama Ḥarran Ḥawrā Ḥawrān al-Ḥaṣṣāṣa ḤaṭraḤesno d-Kifo ḤimyarḤirta Ḥiṣn Manṣūr Ḥiṣn Maslama Ibn ʿAbd al-Malik Ḥārim ṢarrīnṢawro Ṣaydnāyāal-Ṣāliḥiyya al-Ṣāliḥiyya ṬabaristānṬur ʿAbdin Ṭūs
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Acre (settlement) - [Syriac Not Available] Names: AkkoAn ancient port on the coast of Phoenice, and the last Crusader foothold in the Levant.URI: http://syriaca.org/place/14
Adana (settlement) - ܐܛܢܗA city on the Seyhan River in south-eastern Anatolia, near the Mediterranean coast.URI: http://syriaca.org/place/15
Adharbayjān (region) - ܐܕܪܒܝܓܐܢ Names: AzerbaijanAzerbayjanA region west of the Caspian Sea, encompassing the modern country of Azerbaijan and the provinces of northwest Iran.URI: http://syriaca.org/place/5
Akhlat (settlement) - ܟܠܐܛ Names: KhilatKhalāṭḤalāṭAḥlāṭA town on the northwestern coast of Lake Van in eastern Anatolia.URI: http://syriaca.org/place/17

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