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Historical Maps: Abkhazia at various times in history

Historical Maps: Abkhazia at various times in history

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The maps included here give an idea of the frontiers of Abkhazia at various times in history. The Abkhazians call their capital /Aqw'a/, but it is more usually known in other languages as Sukhum (Sukhum-Kalé or Sukhum-Kaleh in the period of Turkish influence along the Black Sea's eastern coast; /soxumi/ in Georgian). The ending -i in the form /Sukhumi/ represents the Georgian Nominative case-suffix, and it became attached to /Sukhum/ from the late 1930s when (Georgian) Stalin (Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili) and his Mingrelian lieutenant in Transcaucasia, Lavrent'i Beria, began to implement a series of anti-Abkhazian policies. Abkhazians today, for obvious reasons, resent the attachment of this element from the language of a people they see as oppressors.
>> http://gallery.abkhazworld.com/#4.41

The maps included here give an idea of the frontiers of Abkhazia at various times in history. The Abkhazians call their capital /Aqw'a/, but it is more usually known in other languages as Sukhum (Sukhum-Kalé or Sukhum-Kaleh in the period of Turkish influence along the Black Sea's eastern coast; /soxumi/ in Georgian). The ending -i in the form /Sukhumi/ represents the Georgian Nominative case-suffix, and it became attached to /Sukhum/ from the late 1930s when (Georgian) Stalin (Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili) and his Mingrelian lieutenant in Transcaucasia, Lavrent'i Beria, began to implement a series of anti-Abkhazian policies. Abkhazians today, for obvious reasons, resent the attachment of this element from the language of a people they see as oppressors.

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Historical Maps: Abkhazia at various times in history
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The maps included here give an idea of the frontiers of Abkhazia at various times in history. The Abkhazians calltheir capital /Aqw'a/, but it is more usually known in other languages as Sukhum (
Sukhum-Kalé or Sukhum-Kalehin the period of Turkish influence along the Black Sea's eastern coast; /soxumi/ in Georgian
). The ending -i in theform /Sukhumi/ represents the Georgian Nominative case-suffix, and it became attached to /Sukhum/ from the late1930s when (Georgian) Stalin (
Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili 
) and his Mingrelian lieutenant in Transcaucasia,Lavrent'i Beria, began to implement a series of anti-Abkhazian policies. Abkhazians today, for obvious reasons,resent the attachment of this element from the language of a people they see as oppressors
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from "Parte Occidentale Dell' Europa" with "Parte Orientale dell' Europa." From Atlante Veneto. Venice, ca. 1691 - VincenzoMaria Coronelli
 
from: Carte d'Europe dressee pour l'usage de Roy sur les itineraires anciens et modernes et sur les routiers de mer assujetisaux observations astronomiques par G. Delisle Premier Geographe de S.M. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. A Paris, chezl'Auteur Quay de l'Horloge avec Privilege, May 1724. - Author: Lisle, Guillaume de - Date: 1724 - World Atlasfrom: Premiere partie de la carte d'Asie, contenant la Turquie, l'Arabie, la Perse, l'Inde en deca du Gange et de la Tartarie, cequi est limitrophe de la Perse et de l'Inde. Publiee sous les auspices de Monseigneur le Duc d'Orleans, Premier Prince du Sang.Par le Sr. d'Anville, MDCCLI. - Author: Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon - Publisher: J.B.B. D'Anville. Paris - Date: 1751
 
 
from: Premiere partie de la carte d'Asie, contenant la Turquie, l'Arabie, la Perse, l'Inde en deca du Gange et de la Tartarie, cequi est limitrophe de la Perse et de l'Inde. Publiee sous les auspices de Monseigneur le Duc d'Orleans, Premier Prince du Sang.Par le Sr. d'Anville, MDCCLI. - Author: Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon - Publisher: J.B.B. D'Anville. Paris - Date: 1751from: Karte des Kaukasischen Isthmus. Entworfen und gezeichnet von J. Grassl, 1856. (with Tiflis und Umgebung). (with Anapaund Umgebung). (with Batum und Umgebung). Stahlstich, Druck und Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen,(1860)

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