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Exonym and endonym From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Endonym) Jump to navigationJump to search Part of a series on Linguistics Outline History Index Subfields[hide] Acquisition Anthropological Applied Computational Discourse analysis Forensic Historical Lexicography Morphology Morphophonology Neurolinguistics Philosophy of language Phonetics Phonology Pragmatics Psycholinguistics Semantics Sociolinguistics Syntax Grammatical theories[hide] Cognitive Model-theoretic Constituency  Dependency Functional Generative Stochastic Topics[hide] ..

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Ashoka From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search “Aśoka” and “Asoka” redirect here. For other uses, see Ashoka (disambiguation). Ashoka Priyadarśin A c. 1st century BCE/CE relief from Sanchi, showing Ashoka on his chariot, visiting the Nagas at Ramagrama.[1][2] 3rd Mauryan Emperor Reign c. 268 – c. 232 BCE[3] Coronation 268 BCE[3] Predecessor Bindusara Successor Dasharatha Born c. 304 BCE Pataliputra, Mauryan Empire (adjacent to present-day Patna, Bihar, India) ..

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Iron Age From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the historical/archaeological period known as the Iron Age. For the mythological Iron Age, see Ages of Man. Iron Age This box: view talk edit ↑ Bronze Age Ancient Near East (1200–550 BC) Bronze Age collapse (1200–1150 BC) Anatolia, Caucasus, Levant Europe Aegean (1190–700 BC) Italy (1100–700 BC) ..

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Arqa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article includes a list of general references, but it remains largely unverified because it lacks sufficient corresponding inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (March 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Arqa عرقا City Arqa Location within Lebanon Coordinates: 34°31′50″N 36°02′45″ECoordinates: 34°31′50″N 36°02′45″E Country  Lebanon Governorate Akkar ..

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Subartu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Approximate location of Subartu. The land of Subartu (Akkadian Šubartum/Subartum/ina Šú-ba-ri, Assyrian mât Šubarri) or Subar (Sumerian Su-bir4/Subar/Šubur) is mentioned in Bronze Age literature. The name also appears as Subari in the Amarna letters, and, in the form Šbr, in Ugarit. Subartu was apparently a kingdom in Upper Mesopotamia, at the upper Tigris and later it referred to a region ..

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Turukkaeans From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Tukri) Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about a people of ancient South West Asia. For an African ethnic group sometimes known as the Tukri, see Toucouleur people. The Turukkaeans were a Bronze and Iron Age people of Mesopotamia and the Zagros Mountains, in South West Asia. Their endonym has sometimes been reconstructed as Tukri. A significant early reference to them is ..

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Yabghu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Yabgu) Jump to navigationJump to search This article has an unclear citation style. The references used may be made clearer with a different or consistent style of citation and footnoting. The source “Early Türks: Essays of history and ideology” is defined multiple times. See Wikipedia:Citing sources#Citing multiple pages of the same source. (June 2015) (Learn how and ..

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Han dynasty From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search “Eastern Han” and “House of Liu” redirect here. For the Five Dynasties-era kingdom, see Northern Han. For other uses, see House of Liu (disambiguation). Coordinates: 34°09′21″N 108°56′47″E Han 漢 202 BC–9 AD 25 AD–220 AD A map of the Western Han dynasty in 2 AD[1]   principalities and centrally-administered commanderies ..

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Wusun From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Rider burial mound Tenlik (III.-II. B.C.) The Tenlik kurgan is associated with the Wusun.[1] Part of a series on Indo-European topics Languages[show] Philology[show] Origins[show] Archaeology[show] Peoples and societies[show] Religion and mythology[show] Indo-European studies[show] v t e The Wusun (Chinese: 烏孫; pinyin: Wūsūn; Eastern Han Chinese *ʔɑ-suən)[2] were an Indo-European[3] semi-nomadic steppe people mentioned in Chinese records from the 2nd century BC to ..

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Qilian Mountains From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Coordinates: 39°12′N 98°32′E Qilian Mountains 祁連山 Qilian Mountains in Qilian County, Qinghai Highest point Peak Kangze’gyai Elevation 5,808 m (19,055 ft) Geography Location Gansu and Qinghai provinces, China The Qilian Mountains (simplified Chinese: 祁连山; traditional Chinese: 祁連山; pinyin: Qílián Shān; Wade–Giles: Ch’i2-lien2 Shan1, also romanized as Tsilien; Mongghul: Chileb), together with the Altyn-Tagh (Altun Shan) also known as Nan Shan (Chinese: 南山, literally “Southern Mountains”), as it is to ..

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