Diǧla

a Pleiades name resource

Creators: B. Siewert-Mayer, W. Röllig, H. Kopp
Contributors: Francis Deblauwe, Eric Kansa
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Last modified Jan 11, 2014 11:06 AM History
A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 422)

Diǧla, Dijla, Dijlah, Diǧlah, el-Diǧle, el-Diǧleh, el-Dijle, el-Dijleh, al-Diǧla, al-Diǧlah, al-Dijla, al-Dijlah, ed-Diǧle, ed-Diǧleh, ed-Dijle, ed-Dijleh, ad-Diǧla, ad-Diǧlah, ad-Dijla, ad-Dijlah, Dıʾǧla, Dijle, Dijleh, Diǧle, Diǧleh


Arabic (Modern Standard)

geographic name

accurate

complete

Certain

  • Mesolithic Middle East (18000–9000 BC) (confident)
  • Neolithic Middle East (9000–4500 BC) (confident)
  • Chalcolithic Mesopotamia (6200–3750 BC) (confident)
  • Pottery Neolithic Middle East (6000–4500 BC) (confident)
  • Ubaid-Early Dynastic II Mesopotamia (5500–2600 BC) (confident)
  • Chalcolithic Iran (5000–2500 BC) (confident)
  • Early Dynastic Mesopotamia (2950–2350 BC) (confident)
  • Akkadian-Ur III Mesopotamia (2335–2000 BC) (confident)
  • Old Babylonian/Assyrian Mesopotamia (2000–1600 BC) (confident)
  • Middle Bronze-Early Iron Age Iran (2000–650 BC) (confident)
  • Later 2nd Millennium BC Mesopotamia (1600–1000 BC) (confident)
  • Late Antique (AD 300-AD 640) (confident)
  • Late Antique/Sasanian Middle East (AD 300–640) (confident)
  • Caliphate-Umayyad Middle East (AD 632–750) (confident)
  • Abassid Middle East (AD 750–940) (confident)
  • Samanid-Ghaznavid Iran (AD 819–1186) (confident)
  • Middle Byzantine (AD 850-1200) (confident)
  • Seljuq-Khwarezmian Middle East (AD 1037–1258) (confident)
  • Khwarezmian Middle East (AD 1077–1258) (confident)
  • Crusader/Byzantine/Seljuq Middle East (AD 1081–1204) (confident)
  • Crusader/Seljuq-Ayyubid Levant (AD 1099–1291) (confident)
  • Mongol Middle East (AD 1258–1501) (confident)
  • Timurid Middle East (AD 1370–1501) (confident)
  • 1500 AD Middle East (AD 1500–1500) (confident)
  • Late Ottoman Empire (AD 1683–1918) (confident)
  • Modern Middle East (AD 1918–2000) (confident)

Citation:

TAVO Index

GANE OBJECT 15555