How does it work ?
On this page you will find direct links to digitalized travel books for the listed places, categorized per modern Turkish district (ilçe)
Ovaçevirme →Lynch 1901-2: 256 (Chevermeh)
Ovaçevirme = is the Turkish modern name.
Lynch 1901 = is the name of the travel report where this name can be found. If the text is blue, is it is linked to a title description.
256 = the page number. If the number is blue it links to a page in one of the digital book repositories (, or , ) or to a reproduction of the text on this website with .
(Chevermeh) the original name used by the author
(→ANT) links to a list of geographical annotations for this title.
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Geographical Index on 19th century travel reports
website of Jelle Verheij, historian
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Adıyaman central district
Adıyaman →: (Adiyaman) → (): (Adiaman) →: (Adiaman, Hisni Mansur)
Börkenek : (Bur-Konak)
Karacaören →: (Karajuran)
Karahüyük →: (Kara U'yuk)
Besni →: , → (): (Besne) →: (Besni)
Atmalı →: (Al-manli)
Eğerli → (): (Jenjere)
Şambayat →: (Sham-bulak)
Köklüce →: (Oldish)
Oymaklı →: , (Gergen Kal'ah-si) → (): , (Gerger)
Harmanlı →: , , (Pelvereh)
Kahta : (Kakhtah) [not visited bu author]
Akıncılar →: , (Tokariz)
Kocahisar (“Eski Kâhta”) → (): (Kiakhta)
Narsırtı →: (Kerkunah)
- Taşlıçay →: (Kharik)
Samsat [old location, before being flooded by Atatürk Dam Lake] →: , (Samosata, Someisat) → (Samsat)
Tut →: (Tut)