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Ancient Asia Minor - Anatolia - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Ancient States of Asia Minor and Their Size: The northern states of Asia Minor were Mysia (8200 sq mi), Bithynia (12,500), Pontus (22,800), and Paphlagonia ...
Asia Minor - Information on Asia Minor - Ancient/Classical History
Definition: Asia Minor is the most western section of the continent of Asia and is the largest section of modern Turkey. Asia Minor is also called Anatolia. In the ...
Regions of Ancient Asia Minor - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
In Greek legends, it was a very wealthy Phrygian, Pelops son of Tantalus, who went west from Asia Minor to Mycenae, and gave his name to the area of Greece ...
Asia Minor Maps - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Maps from the Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas at Austin include a map of Asia Minor, from an 1849 atlas by Alexander G.
The Cities of Coastal Asia Minor
List of the major cities in coastal Asia Minor. ... These cities were near the coast of ancient Asia Minor (roughly north to south): Aenus; Byzantium; Chalcedon ...
Anatolia - Asia Minor - Turkey - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Anatolia - Asia Minor - Turkey. Modern-day Turkey's European section -- Anatolia -- has a very long historical tradition. There's archaeological evidence for ...
Asia to Ancient Greece and Rome
To the Classical World, the best known part of Asia was Asia Minor, also known as Anatolia. Asia Minor was located between the Aegean, Mediterranean, and ...
Asia Minor: Maps and Information
historic maps of Asia Minor: bible maps israel and judah maps asia mesopotamian city asia minor maps.
Caria in Asia Minor. - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Caria, the second smallest province of Asia Minor is located on the southwest side of the peninsula. To the north, its border was the Maeander River. To the ...
Selection of Asia Minor Map Pointing to Lydia
Lydia (Maeonia) was bordered by the Maeander River on the south, and by the Aegaean Sea on the west. Mysia was to its north, Caria to the south and Phrygia ...