Category:Caria

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For the butterfly genus, see Caria (Riodinidae).
  • It extending along the Aegean Sea coast from Mycale in mid-Ionia south to Lycia, and east/inland to Phrygia and Aphrodisias.
  • The Ionian and Dorian Greeks colonized the west of it and joined the indigenous Carians in forming Greek-dominated states there. The Carians were described by Herodotos as being of Minoan descent, while the Carians themselves maintained that they were Anatolian mainlanders intensely engaged in seafaring and were akin to the Mysians and the Lydians. The Carians did speak an Anatolian language, which does not necessarily reflect their geographic origin, as Anatolian once may have been widespread. Also closely associated with the Carians were the Leleges, which could be an earlier name for Carians or for a people who had preceded them in the region and continued to exist as part of their society in a reputedly second-class status.
  • Ελληνικά: Καρία ή Καρική — Αρχαία παράλια χώρα στη Μικρά Ασία την οποία οι Έλληνες διέκριναν στη «Μεσογειακή» ή «Άνω Καρία» και στη «Επί τη Θαλάττη».
  • Καταλάμβανε τη ΝΔ άκρη της Μ. Ασίας κείμενη (έναντι των νήσων Σάμου μέχρι και Ρόδου) και μεταξύ της από Β. Λυδίας, και της Ιωνίας, προς Α. της Φρυγίας και προς Ν. της Λυκίας.
  • Türkçe: Karyalılar — M.Ö. 2. binyılın sonlarından itibaren güneybatı Anadolu'da varlıkları bilinen ve Karya uygarlığını kurmuş kavim. Başkentleri başlangıçta Mylasa'da (Milas) iken, M.Ö. 4. yüzyılda Mausolus tarafından Halikarnas'a (Bodrum) taşınmış, ancak Mylasa önemini korumuştur.
  • Yaklaşık olarak Büyük Menderes Nehri ile Dalaman Çayı arasındaki bölgeye denk gelen yayılma alanlarında çok sayıda köy ve mezra türü yerleşimin bir araya gelerek oluşturduğu federasyonlar etrafında örgütlenmişlerdir.

Subcategories

This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total.

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