dementievi from adjacent Kopet Dagh
in Turkmenistan (Turkmenian lineage).
One such famous gas seep is Yanar Dagh
(fire mountain) on the Absheron Peninsula where a continuous fire burns along a hill-side.
His most successful novel, The Forty Days of Musa Dagh
, is a literary monument to the Armenians and their fate in the Armenian Genocide that took place during World War I.
He said that if Hairbiar Marri and Braham Dagh
Bugti were sincere to people of Balochistan, then they should return back to Pakistan from London and Switzerland, respectively, to joint mainstream politics of the country for the betterment and social welfare of local people.
Lausanne defined the borders of modern Turkey and enslaved millions of Kurds -- who simply became known as "Dagh
Turklari" [Mountain Turks], forbidden to use their own language, sing their own songs, or wear traditional costumes in the cities.
Even the stele Sennacherib established in the Judi Dagh
(Mount Nippur), a relatively inaccessible region between the Tigris and Lake Van, was meant to mark the campaign against seven cities in that specific region (Danielle Morandi, "Stele e statue reali assire: Localizzazione, diffusione e implicazioni ideologiche," Mesopotamia 23 : 117-18).
From tectonics point of view, this province contains the Kopet Dagh
The scope of April's commemoration included keynote addresses by Anatolian cultural scholar Osman Kavala and film actress-director Arsinee Khanjian; performances on April 2 by ystanbul television writer Selin Tunc, for which she composed stories that illustrated the general theme of "It Snows in April;" Hans-Werner Kroesinger's "Musa Dagh
- Days of Resistance;" followed by Hakan Savas Mican's theatrical adaptation of Orhan Pamuk's "Snow" on April 11 and 12.
In a cafeteria on the second floor of his clothing shop, 67-year-old Haygazoun Zeytlian recounts the dramatic tale of his parents' village of Musa Dagh
, and their resistance to the Ottoman army.
"At Musa Dagh
on the Mediterranean coast, however, a courageous band of Armenian villagers held off a Turkish attack during a lengthy siege, and were eventually rescued by French naval vessels.
To the Turks the mountain is called Aghri Dagh
, meaning "the painful mountain." To the Hebrews, the place is called "the mountain of descent." To the Persians, Mount Ararat is "Kuhl-nuh" or the mountain of Noah or Saad Dagh
, "the blessed mountain." The Armenians' call the place Masis which means "mother of the world." However, the ancient Armenians' name was Masis Leusar meaning "the mountain of the ark." What is very intriguing is that almost all the names attributed to Mount Ararat and even the towns surrounding it relate the place to the history of Noah's ark.
2002) sin embargo, estudios recientes han indicado efectos adversos sobre varios enemigos naturales (Dagh
y Bahci 2009; Biondi et al.
Caputured at Smyrna, the Hermon River, the Meandron River, the island of Lesbos, and in the valley of the Alps Bulghar Kara Dagh
The one in the middle is my great grandfather during the Musa Dagh
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By the 1930s people aware of the Armenian Genocide like Raphael Lemkin, the lawyer who coined the word genocide a decade later, and Franz Werfel, the author of The Forty Days of Musa Dagh
(1933), a bestselling novel about an Armenian uprising against the Turks, discerned analogies between the past ordeal of the Armenians and the present one confronting German Jewry and eventually Jews in countries allied with or conquered by the Third Reich.