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In the Trans-Caucasus, they were known since the Holocene and became extinct in the 10th century.
The nearest suitable ore is in Trans-Caucasus and Azerbaijan - more than 1500 km from the finding sites of the objects.
While working in Trans-Caucasus, he made several visits to Central Asia - Iran-to master Persian language.
The flyway covers 30 countries of North, Central and South Asia and Trans-Caucasus.
Thus, the first Khazar clashes in the Trans-Caucasus territory would have been with the Bulgars and the Arabs.
In the Trans-Caucasus, jackals are captured with large fishing hooks baited with meat, suspended 75-100 cm from the ground with wire.
Iran, expressing concern about violence across its border in the Trans-Caucasus region of the Soviet Union, urged Moscow today not to use force in the area.
It is found on Madeira and in central and southern Europe, from the Trans-Caucasus to Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
The commander of the Trans-Caucasus Military District, which includes Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, said 73 servicemen had been killed and 710 wounded in the last two years.
Conflicts in neighboring lands, especially between Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh, threaten the economic and political progress of Armenia and other nations in the Trans-Caucasus and Eurasia.
He specializes in Africa, Central Asia, the Trans-Caucasus, and the Caucasus and has been witness to some of the most important political events in those regions in recent history.
Assigned to North Caucasus MD and the Southern, Caucasus, and Trans-Caucasus Fronts from October 1941 until October 1942.
They and the Trans-Caucasus republic, later divided into Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, were cosigners of the original 1922 treaty that created the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
MI2b handled the Ottoman Empire, Trans-Caucasus, Arabia, Sinai, Abyssinia, North Africa excluding French and Spanish possessions, Egypt, and the Sudan.
The Georgian chronicles of Leonti Mroveli state that the Urartians "returned" to their homeland (i.e. Kakheti) in the Trans-Caucasus, which had become by then "Kartlian domain", after they were defeated.
His only hope now relied on the German forces fighting in the Battle of Stalingrad quickly defeating the Soviet forces and moving south through the Trans-Caucasus and threatening Persia (Iran) and the Middle East.
Eucosma conterminana is found in Europe, from the Baltic region to the Caucasus, in the Trans-Caucasus, Kazakhstan, Asia Minor, from central Asia to southern Siberia and in China and Mongolia.
American reconnaissance satellites recorded evidence last spring that the Soviet Army was moving its nuclear bombs into the Russian republic from dozens of fortified bunkers and air bases in politically restive areas in the Trans-Caucasus and the Baltics.
According to ethnic Circassian Caucasus specialist Amjad Jaimoukha, at least "It is certain that the Nakh constituted an important component of the Hurrian-Urartian tribes in the Trans-Caucasus and played a role in the development of their influential cultures."
It is found in Europe (north up to Finland) and North Africa, Turkey, Trans-Caucasus, Ural, Kazakhstan, from central Asia to Siberia and eastern Russia, Asia Minor, Iran, Afghanistan, Mongolia, China and Japan.
Kurta is situated nine kilometers north-east of Tskhinvali, the secessionist-controlled capital of South Ossetia, on the right bank of the Greater Liakhvi River, and is strategically placed along the Trans-Caucasus Highway (TransCam) between Tskhinvali and Java.
The Ryazan-Uralsk railway succeeded in linking the grain producing regions along the Volga with the major consuming area around Moscow, and the Trans-Caucasus Railway linked the southern port cities of Odessa, Rostov, and Novorossiysk with the grain areas of the Middle Volga.
Yermolov's main tasks were to secure Russia's hold over the Trans-Caucasus, only recently conquered in a hard war with both the Qajars (1805-1813) and the Ottomans (1807-1812), to occupy the Caucasus range separating the new territories from the rest of the Empire and to subdue the 'savage' and hostile Muslim tribes inhabiting it.