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The Holy Great Martyr Marina was born in Asia Minor, in the city of Antioch of Pisidia (southern Asia Minor), into the family of a pagan priest.
It was despicable law which was aimed at preventing the refugees of Asia Minor from going to Greece because they had Ottoman passports.
The Attalids were not Macedonian aristocrats, unlike the big beasts of the Hellenistic age: the Ptolemies based in Egypt, but ruling parts of western Asia Minor and the Aegean up to Thrace; the Seleucids whose dominion stretched to eastern Iran and the Oxus; or the Antigonids who, from Macedonia, conducted aggressive policies in southern Greece and the Aegean.
In the introduction to this new English translation of In the Land of a Thousand Gods, ancient history expert Christian Marek teases that because of its largeness and cultural diversity, ancient Asia Minor could never be comprehensively covered in one volume -- ironic, because Marek gets close.
The Sykes-Picot Agreement officially known as the Asia Minor Agreement, was a secret agreement between the governments of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the French Third Republic defining their proposed spheres of influence and control in Southwestern Asia.
The Roman Empire, and especially Constantine and the power he exercised, have left traces of their cultural influence across Ancient Asia Minor (the modern Republic of Turkey, today).
No mere survey of "East" and "West," the book explores locations such as Persia, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Axum, and the borders of Roman Britannia, in addition to Roman North Africa, Greece, and Asia Minor.
The Seven Churches of Asia Minor, (referring to the Roman province of Asia, not the entire continent), are seven major churches of Early Christianity, as mentioned in the New Testament Book of Revelation.
Not long after Post expressed these views, construction began on mission hospitals in several of the principal cities of Asia Minor.
The Sykes-Picot Agreement or the Asia Minor Agreement between United Kingdom and France by the consent of Russia in 1916 until 2015 to take control over Middles East has never been successful
Having consolidated his rule first in Iran and then recaptured the former subject nations extending from Asia Minor to Indus region Egypt and in the Central Asia Darious I decided to establish Iranian sway over particularly Eastern Mediterranean.
In the pages of "Authentic Christianity: A Radical Look at Christianity Today Based on Christ's Letters to Seven Churches in Asia Minor Toward the Close of the First Century", Gordon Haresign takes the reader on a tour from the small island of Patmos in the Aegean Sea to the sites of seven ancient cities in what was known as Asia Minor.
2) The preparation of a monograph on the geography and the economy of the imperial properties in Asia Minor from Augustus to Diocletian (27 BC-AD 284).
Which ancient Anatolian people built an empire in northern Syria and Asia Minor in the second millennium BC?
The results were inconclusive--they point to several possible quarry sources in Asia Minor for each piece, and in certain cases also to quarry sources in Greece (pp.
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