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  1. Por ser Anatolia una región montañosa, ha sido históricamente reducto militar de varios pueblos. Entre otros, del Imperio hitita, Arzawa, la Liga Assuwa, Troya, Éfeso, Pérgamo, Frigia, Lidia, Licia, Bitinia, Paflagonia, el Ponto, Galacia, Capadocia y Comagene, la provincia romana de Asia, el Reino Armenio de Cilicia, el Imperio bizantino, Imperio selyúcida y el Imperio otomano; además ...

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    Muhacir or Muhajir (from Arabic: مهاجر, romanized: muhājir, lit. 'migrant') are the estimated 10 million Ottoman Muslim citizens, and their descendants born after the onset of the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, mostly Turks but also Albanians, Bosniaks, Greek Muslims, Circassians, Crimean Tatars, Pomaks, Serb Muslims, and Muslim Roma who emigrated to East Thrace and Anatolia from the ...

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    Scholars of the Hittites believe Tegarama was in eastern Anatolia – some locate it at Gurun – far to the east of Phrygia. Some scholars have identified Phrygia with the Assuwa league, and noted that the Iliad mentions a Phrygian (Queen Hecuba 's brother) named Asios . [19]

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