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The north western coasts of Anatolia were inhabited by Greeks of the Achaean / Mycenaean culture from the 20th century BC, related to the Greeks of south eastern Europe and the Aegean.
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In the 10 years following the Battle of Manzikert in 1071, the Seljuk Turks from Central Asia established themselves over large areas of Anatolia, with particular concentrations around the north western rim.
Aachen is at the western end of the Benrath line that divides High German to the south from the rest of the West Germanic speech area to the north.
The earliest documented event in Alaric's reign concerned providing refuge to Syagrius, the former ruler of the Domain of Soissons ( in what is now north western France ) who had been defeated by Clovis I King of the Franks.
The Berber peoples of the Maghreb in the early Middle Ages could be roughly classified into three major groups-the Zenata across the north, the Masmuda concentrated in central Morocco and the Sanhaja, clustered in two areas-the western part of the Sahara and the hills of the eastern Maghreb.
Actium ( Greek: Ἄκτιον ) was the ancient name of a promontory of western Greece in northwestern Acarnania, at the mouth of the Sinus Ambracius ( Gulf of Arta ) opposite Nicopolis, built by Augustus on the north side of the strait.
Farther north the western depression, known as the Albertine Rift is occupied for more than half its length by water, forming the Great Lakes of Tanganyika, Kivu, Lake Edward and Lake Albert, the first-named over 400 miles ( 600 km ) long and the longest freshwater lake in the world.
Some have understood Ammianus's testimony as a claim that at the time of Atlantis's actual sinking into the sea, its inhabitants fled to western Europe ; but Ammianus in fact says that “ the Drasidae ( Druids ) recall that a part of the population is indigenous but others also migrated in from islands and lands beyond the Rhine " ( Res Gestae 15. 9 ), an indication that the immigrants came to Gaul from the north ( Britain, the Netherlands or Germany ), not from a theorized location in the Atlantic Ocean to the south-west.
However, as the main cardo ran up the western hill, and the Temple Mount blocked the eastward route of the main decumanus, a second pair of main roads was added ; the secondary cardo ran down the Tyropoeon Valley, and the secondary decumanus ran just to the north of the temple mount.
In Spandau, Berlin's westernmost borough, the Spree empties into the river Havel, which flows from north to south through western Berlin.
The western Bloomingdale Road would be widened and paved during the 19th century, and called " The Boulevard " north of Columbus Circle.
) After leaving New York City, it is the main north – south street of western Yonkers, New York through Sleepy Hollow ( known as ether North or South Broadway in most sections ), before becoming Albany Post Road ( and Highland Avenue ) at the northern border of Sleepy Hollow, New York.
In addition to the production of nutmeg and mace, Banda maintained significant entrepot trade ; goods that moved through Banda included cloves from Ternate and Tidore in the north, bird of paradise feathers from the Aru Islands and western New Guinea, massoi bark for traditional medicines, and slaves.
Stretching across Cameroon from the western mountain area, the Adamaoua forms a barrier between the north and south.
It was especially important for preserving in its libraries manuscripts of Greek and Latin authors throughout a period when instability and disorder caused their mass-destruction in western Europe and north Africa: On the city's fall, thousands of these were brought by refugees to Italy, and played a key part in stimulating the Renaissance, and the transition to the modern world.
( The Orinoco Basin flows west – north – northeast into the Caribbean ; the Amazon Basin flows east into the western Atlantic in the extreme northeast of Brazil.
There are two yacht clubs on the western shore: Ithaca Yacht Club a few miles north of Ithaca, and Red Jacket Yacht Club just south of Canoga.
The A-baulk coincides with the western half of the yard line along the south boundary ; the B-baulk occupies the eastern half of the north boundary yard line.
The mountain systems include: the southeastern Transverse Ranges ( the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains ) in the Mojave Desert north and northeast of the Los Angeles basin and Inland Empire ; and the northern Peninsular Ranges ( San Jacinto, Santa Rosa, and Laguna Mountains ), which separate the Colorado Desert ( western Sonoran Desert ) from lower coastal Southern California.
The Chianti DOCG covers all the Chianti wine and includes a large stretch of land encompassing the western reaches of the province of Pisa near the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Florentine hills in the province of Florence to the north, to the province of Arezzo in the east and the Siena hills to the south.
The Bible describes Jesus ' tomb as being outside the city wall, as was normal for burials across the ancient world, which were regarded as unclean, but the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is in the heart of Hadrian's city, well within the Old City walls, which were built by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 1538 Some have claimed that the city had been much narrower in Jesus ' time, with the site then having been outside the walls ; since Herod Agrippa ( 41 – 44 ) is recorded by history as extending the city to the north ( beyond the present northern walls ), the required repositioning of the western wall is traditionally attributed to him as well.
Cacti are native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in the south to parts of western Canada in the north — except for Rhipsalis baccifera, which also grows in Africa and Sri Lanka.
The settlements of La Yaguana, and Bayaja, on the west and north coasts respectively of modern day Haiti were burned, as were the settlements of Monte Cristi and Puerto Plata on the north coast and San Juan de la Maguana in the south western area of the modern day Dominican Republic.
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After finding that its coasts led nowhere, however, he turned north again, toward the main, ice-filled passageway -- and the crew, at first uneasy, then frightened, rebelled.
Although the lowest salinity values are just north of the equator ( because of heavy tropical rainfall ), in general the lowest values are in the high latitudes and along coasts where large rivers enter.
But during these months not only was Agrippa continuing his descent upon Greek towns and coasts, but in various cavalry skirmishes, Octavian had so far prevailed that Antony abandoned the north side of the strait and confined his soldiers to the southern camp.
The climate of Côte d ' Ivoire is generally warm and humid, ranging from equatorial in the southern coasts to tropical in the middle and semiarid in the far north.
While Amlaíb and Auisle were in north Britain, the Annals of Ulster record that Áed Findliath, High King of Ireland, took advantage of their absence to destroy the longphorts along the northern coasts of Ireland.
This is opposed to Low German, which is spoken on the lowlands and along the flat sea coasts of the north.
Rather than secure the island, his action meant that French, English and Dutch pirates established their own bases on the abandoned north and west coasts of the island.
The New Guinea Highlands range some east to west along the island, forming a mountainous spine between the north and south coasts.
The west and south corners are slightly truncated, shortening the north, east and southwest coasts to about, and adding shorter west and south coasts about 1 to 2 km (– 1 mi ) in length.
The North Saharan steppe and woodlands ecoregion lies to the north and west, bordering the Mediterranean climate regions of Africa's Mediterranean and North Atlantic coasts.
The heat of summer is often cooled by strong sea breezes, particularly on the north and east coasts.
Banks also chose Allan Cunningham for voyages to Brazil and the north and northwest coasts of Australia to collect specimens.
In the western Atlantic Ocean, cod has a distribution north of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and around both coasts of Greenland ; in the eastern Atlantic, it is found from the Bay of Biscay north to the Arctic Ocean, including the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, Sea of the Hebrides, areas around Iceland and the Barents Sea.
Plants native to the western coasts of Europe ( from northern Spain north to Ireland, Great Britain, and northwest Germany ) are treated as Asparagus officinalis subsp.
Many of those creoles are now extinct, but others still survive in the Caribbean, the north and east coasts of South America ( The Guyanas ), western Africa, Australia ( see Australian Kriol language ), and in the Indian Ocean.
The tree frogs, from family Hylidae, are common in high rainfall areas on the north and east coasts ; there are 77 Australian species from three genera.
Nordenskiöld's line tends to run to the north of Köppen's near the west coasts of the Northern Hemisphere continents, south of it in the interior sections, and at about the same latitude along the east coasts of both Asia and North America.