Index
Abasci 54
Abdülhamit II, sultan 196 , 208-9 , 234, 12 n ; see also Armenia and Armenians: massacres
Abdülmecit I, sultan 196
Abkhazia 11 , 122 , 219 , 241-2
Abonoteichus 55-6 ; see also İnebolu
Abruzzi 44
Acampsis river 54
Achaei 27
Achilles 26 , 54
Adrianople 100
Adrianople, treaty of 140 , 162 , 167
Adriatic Sea 71
Aeetes 40
Aegean Sea 13 , 29 , 30 , 33 , 44 , 66 , 82-3 , 85 , 100 , 113 , 146 , 190 , 193 , 195 , 209 , 214 , 216
Aesop 38
Africa 13 , 43
Agamemnon 27
Agathangelos ix
agriculture, rapid changes in 230-2
Aivazovsky, Ivan 203
Ak Deniz (Akdeniz) xii
Akhtiar 162
Akkerman 121 , 126 , 160 , 163 , 165 ; see also Maurocastro
Akkoyunlu Turkomans 79-80 , 97 ; see also Turkomans
Akmechet 162 ; see also Simferopol
Albania (Balkans) 5 , 78 , 190 , 217
Albania (Caucasus) 45
Aleppo 115
Alexander II, tsar 180 , 197
Alexander III, tsar 208
Alexander the False Prophet 55-6
Alexander the Great 41 , 45-7 , 52
Alexandria 32 , 40 , 197
Alexius Comnenus (of Trebizond) 94-5
Alexius III Angelus (of Byzantium) 94
Alexius III Comnenus (of Trebizond) 97-8
Alighieri, Michele degli 102-3
Alps 7 , 17
Alupka 202
Alushta 202
Amaseia 47 ; see also Amasya
Amasya 25
Amazon river 4
Amazons 26 , 45 , 68
amber 76
American Civil War 181 , 192
American Relief Administration 212
American War of Independence 160
amphoras 30
Anacharsis the Scythian 37-40 , 157
Anacharsis the Younger 39-40
Anapa, Ottoman conquest of 111
Anatolia xii , 16 , 28 , 33 , 46-7 , 79 , 82 , 89 , 91 , 97-8 , 100 , 104 , 115 , 139 , 172-4 , 176 , 194-5 , 207-9 , 211 , 213
anchovy 18 , 33 , 233
Andrusov, Nikolai 222-3
anoxic zone 18 ; see also Black Sea: geography and ecology ; hydrogen sulfide
Anthoine de Saint-Joseph, Antoine-Ignace 155-7 , 165-6 , 169 , 221
Antioch 43 , 103
Antipa, Grigore 222-4
antiquities, destruction of 205
Apollo 31 , 55
Apollonia 32
Apollonius of Rhodes 40-2 , 46
Apsarus 53
Apsilae 54
Apsyrtos 53
Arabia and Arabs 45 , 66 , 69 , 72 , 74 , 91 , 128 , 190
arak 115
archaeology 33 , 246 ; and Scythians 35-6 ; evidence of cross-sea contact 19
Argo (beer) 42
Argo (ship) 40-2
Argonautica40-2 , 46
Argonauts 40-2 , 53 , 71
Argun, khan 85
Arimasps 27
Aristophanes 35

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