Settlements in Iraq: Cities, Towns and Villages in Iraq, Baghdad, Anah, Alqosh, Arbil, Kufa, Sadr City, Al-Qdisiyyah, Sulaymaniyah, Najaf

 
9781157938576: Settlements in Iraq: Cities, Towns and Villages in Iraq, Baghdad, Anah, Alqosh, Arbil, Kufa, Sadr City, Al-Qdisiyyah, Sulaymaniyah, Najaf
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 282. Not illustrated. Chapters: Cities, Towns and Villages in Iraq, Baghdad, Anah, Alqosh, Arbil, Kufa, Sadr City, Al-Qādisiyyah, Sulaymaniyah, Najaf, Tikrit, List of Nochiyaye Settlements, Nehardea, Karamles, Nasiriyah, Dora, Baghdad, Bartella, Nochiya Region, Administrative Districts in Baghdad, List of Assyrian Settlements, Abu Ghraib, Ukbara, Districts of Iraq, List of Places in Iraq, Baiji, Iraq, Ash Shatrah, Al-Awja, Adhamiyah, Rasheed, List of Cities in Iraq, Dashqotan, Taji, Iraq, Kadhimiya, Baqofah, Abu Hishma, Mahmoudiyah, Iraq, Neighbourhoods of Baghdad, Simele, Mangesh, Al-Waleed, Soran, Iraq, Ad-Dawr, Sharafiya, Balawat, Al Diwaniyah, Tel Skuf, Khamisiyah, Batnaya, Hassuna, Tuz Khormato, Koxie, Karrada, Mansour District, Soran District, Buhriz, Salman Pak, Safwan, Arab Jabour, Rusafa, Hamrin, Wad Al-'abbas, Karkh, Al Kifl, Karadah, Qaladiza, Mahuza, Saddat Al Hindiyah, Kelashin, Al Nasr Wal Salam, Kahtaniya, Al-Hajaj, Taza, Iraq, Latifiya, Baghdadi, Iraq, Al-Hanaya, Xanis, Afak. Excerpt: Baghdad - There have been several rival proposals as to its specific etymology. The most reliable and most widely accepted among these is that the name is a Persian language compound made of two elements: Bag "god" + dd "given", translating to "God-given" or "God's gift", whence Modern Persian Badd. The nearby town of Muqdadiyah on the Diyala river presents the same construction, albeit, the term Mugh (Persian for a Magi) is replaced for Bagh (God) in Baghdad, making Muqdadiyah to stand for "Magi-given", "Magi's gift.". Other, less convincing explanations include a compound derived from Ba' "garden" + dd "given/giver", translating to "The garden giver", The village of Baghdad did not have any political or commercial importance at the time of it picking by the Abbasid caliph, al-Mansur, who chose the name Madinat al-Salaam, or City o...

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