Turan

Tūrān (Persian توران) can refer to a prehistoric human settlement, with some homogeneity in culture and regional habitation, a historic geographic region, and a culture. It is the Persian name for a region in Central Asia, literally meaning `the land of the Tur`. The original Turanians are an Iranian tribe of the Avestan age. As a people,.....
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Turan

[Baluchistan] Turan, the medieval Islamic name for the district around Quzdar, south of modern Quetta, in the east-central part of what is now Baluchistan, the territory in British Indian times of the Khanate of Kalat tabari, estakhri, ebn hawqel mentioned turan in their history books. ...
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Turan

[mythology] Turan was the Etruscan goddess of love, fertility and vitality and patroness of the city of Velch. In art, she was usually depicted as a young winged girl. Turan appears in toilette scenes of Etruscan bronze mirrors. She is richly robed and jeweled in early and late depictions, but appears nude under the influence of Hellenistic...
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Turán

[periodical] `Turán. A magyar eredetkutatással foglalkozó tudományok lapja.` (Turán: A Periodical of the scholarly research of the origin of the Hungarians) Turán is a Hungarian periodical. First it was issued during the years 1913, and 1917 through 1918. From 1998 it is being issued again bi-monthly by the Hungarian company `Magyar ...
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Turán

The red grape variety is a new breed between Bikavér 8 x kadarka x Gárdonyi Géza, Synonyms are Agria (Latin name of the city Eger ), Bikavér 13 and Eger 208. The crossing took place in 1964 in Eger by the Hungarian breeder József Csizmazia, With the same parents (but vice versa) is also the new breed titanium emerged. The medium-maturing vine ...
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Turan

Turan (tOOrän') , desert lowland, shared by Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan, S and E of the Aral Sea. The Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers divide it into the Kara Kum desert in the south, the Kyzyl Kum desert in the center, and the Aral Kara Kum desert in the north. The region has ve...
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