Difference between revisions of "Cilicia"

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One of the primary ports was [[Ayas]].
 
One of the primary ports was [[Ayas]].
  
[[Image:119Kilikian1080-1199.gif|frame|Cilicia from 1080-1199  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
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[[Image:119Kilikian1080-1199.gif|center|250px|Cilicia from 1080-1199  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
  
[[Image:124kilikia1199-1375.gif|frame|Cilicia from 1199-1375  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
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[[Image:124kilikia1199-1375.gif|center|250px|Cilicia from 1199-1375  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
  
[[Image:184Kilikian-Adana1909.gif|frame|Cilicia (province or vilayet of Adana) before WWI  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
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[[Image:184Kilikian-Adana1909.gif|center|250px|Cilicia (province or vilayet of Adana) before WWI  (c) 2005, Armenica.org]]
  
 
==Other Resources==
 
==Other Resources==

Revision as of 23:06, 18 July 2007

An independent Armenian Kingdom during the early second millenium, the Armenian presence in this Mediterranean coast region had a large Armenian population until the Armenian Genocide and the final expulsion of Armenians by the forces of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

One of the primary ports was Ayas.

Cilicia from 1080-1199  (c) 2005, Armenica.org
Cilicia from 1199-1375  (c) 2005, Armenica.org
Cilicia (province or vilayet of Adana) before WWI  (c) 2005, Armenica.org

Other Resources