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Southern Turkey, the Levant, and Cyprus

a sea-guide to the coasts and islands

by Denham, H. M.

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Published by Norton in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle East,
  • Middle East.
    • Subjects:
    • Yachting -- Middle East,
    • Middle East -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementH. M. Denham.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS43 .D43 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 124 p., [8] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages124
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4939666M
      ISBN 100393031985
      LC Control Number76366966
      OCLC/WorldCa2227329

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      The Levant (/ l ə ˈ v æ n t /) is an approximate historical geographical term referring to a large area in the Eastern Mediterranean region of Western its narrowest sense, it is equivalent to the historical region of Syria, which included present-day Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Palestine and most of Turkey south-east of the middle its widest historical sense, the. The Levant was a term that historically referred to much of what is today known as the 'Middle-East'. It is usually defined as including modern-day Israel, Jordan, Gaza, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. The northern areas of Egypt and the southern portions of Turkey are often considered to be included as are Cyprus and Malta due to historical heritage/5(55).


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Southern Turkey, the Levant, and Cyprus by Denham, H. M. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Southern Turkey, the Levant and Cyprus: A Sea-Guide to the Coasts and Islands by H. Denham A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.

Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Denham, H.M. Southern Turkey, the Levant and Cyprus. London, J. Murray, (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Southern Turkey, the Levant, the Levant Cyprus: a sea-guide to the coasts and islands. [H M Denham]. Cyprus (/ ˈ s aɪ p r ə s / (); Greek: Κύπρος; Turkish: Kıbrıs [ˈkɯbɾɯs]), officially called the Republic of Cyprus, is an island country in the Eastern is the third-largest, and the third-most populous island in the Mediterranean, located south of Turkey, west of Syria and Lebanon, north of Israel, the Palestinian region of the Gaza Strip and Egypt, and Capital and largest city: Nicosia, 35°10′N 33°22′E /.

This book covers Southern Turkey (Anatolia) and through the Rhodes Channel to the Syrian Frontier, the Levant―Syria, Lebanon, Israel and then Cyprus.

By H.M. The Levant was a term that historically referred to much of what is today known as the 'Middle-East'. It is usually defined as including modern-day Israel, Jordan, Gaza, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. The northern areas of Egypt and the southern portions of Turkey are often considered to be included as are Cyprus and Malta due to historical heritage/5(56).

Today, the Levant consists of Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Iraq, Cyprus, and parts of southern Turkey (Aleppo Vilayet). Translated from French, Levant literally means “rising” and was used to imply the rising of the sun in the and Cyprus book.

The Levant is a term in geography that refers to an area in the Middle East which includes the historic areas of Lebanon, Palestine, Israel and Syria. The Levant is bounded by the Taurus Mountains to the north, the Mediterranean Sea to the west, the northern Arabian Desert to the south and Upper Mesopotamia to the east.

The word "Levant" entered the English language in the 16th century. The tour starts with Southern Turkey (Anatolia) and then through the Rhodes Channel to Anamur, from Anamur to the Syrian Frontier, the Levant-Syria, Lebanon, and Israel-and then to Cyprus.

This book fully documents the many new changes that have occurred: new ports have been constructed and coastal features and facilities revealed many new. The Southern Levant is a geographical region encompassing the southern half of the Levant. It corresponds approximately to modern-day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan; some definitions also include southern Lebanon, southern Syria and/or the Sinai Peninsula.

As. Cyprus' distinctive shape points to the Gulf of Iskenderun in southern Turkey. Other Levant countries in a clockwise direction are Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt.

Snow appears clearly in the mountains of Turkey (top) and Lebanon (center) and in thin strips in between in the highlands of. The countries that comprise the Levant are Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria. Areas of southern Turkey are also considered part of the Levant.

The definition of the Levant and the lands does not have a consistent meaning and varies over time and by source. This unique literary collection offers a window on the contemporary Levant, a region comprising most of Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Cyprus, parts of southern Turkey and northwestern Iraq, and the Sinai Peninsula.

In this book, such patterns of consumption are investigated for the three areas with the largest amounts of Mycenaean pots: the Levant, Cyprus and Italy.

For each of these areas, three sites have been selected for a detailed analysis of the cultural contexts of Mycenaean pots on a local level. The Levant was a term that historically referred to much of what is today known as the 'Middle-East'.

It is usually defined as including modern-day Israel, Jordan, Gaza, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. The northern areas of Egypt and the southern portions of Turkey are often considered to be included as are Cyprus and Malta due to historical heritage/5(11).

Cyprus. Cyprus offers only limited cruising, but with a mild winter climate, is a good and economic wintering destination for live-aboards. The political split between north and south limits your cruising options. The Black Sea. has a continental climate, markedly different from the Mediterranean, with harsh winters and humid summers.

Description: First to be published in a 4-volume series. This unique series includes for the first time all available present-day information for every butterfly species in the Levant; In addition to regular lists/catalogues and photographs of set specimens we present photographs of all life-history stages, larval hostplants and adults in their natural biotopes, plus 18 categories of ethology.

The Levant (), also known as the Eastern Mediterranean, is a geographic and cultural region consisting of the "eastern Mediterranean littoral between Anatolia and Egypt". [2] The Levant today consists of Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, and part of southern Turkey (the former Aleppo Vilayet).

Precise definitions have varied over time, and the term originally had a broader Countries and regions: Cyprus, Turkey (Hatay. Cyprus (sī`prəs), Gr. Kypros, Turk. Kıbrıs, officially Republic of Cyprus, republic ( est.

pop. 1,), 3, sq mi (9, sq km), an island in the E Mediterranean Sea, c mi (60 km) S of Turkey and c mi ( km) W of Syria. The capital and largest city is Nicosia Nicosia, Gr. Levkosia, Turkish Lefkoşa, city ( pop. ,), capital of Cyprus, on the Pedieos River in the. More than 60 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas have been recently discovered in the Levant Basin (eastern Mediterranean region) offshore Cyprus, Egypt and Israel, Palestine.

The term Levant is employed to refer to peoples, states, or parts of states in the region, namely. Israel; Jordan; Lebanon; Palestinian Territories; Syria; Turkey's Hatay Province, the southern "panhandle" of the country extending towards Syria, may be considered part of the Levant due to its geography, history and culture.

Cyprus is also geographically close but in other matters, it is.Turkey to begin petroleum drilling in Cypriot waters The Levant Energy, News, Turkey Leave a comment Views Turkey will begin drilling for resources around Cyprus, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday, a move that could create tensions with neighboring Cyprus and Greece over ownership of natural resources.By tightly defining the term 'dolmen' itself, this book brings these mysterious monuments into sharper focus.

Drawing on historical, archaeological and geological sources, it is shown that dolmens in the Levant mostly concentrate in the eastern escarpment of the Jordan Rift Valley, and in the Galilean hills.