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us: Macedonia


  • Here are entered works on the ancient country and kingdom of Macedonia, which later became a Roman province, as well as works on the region in the central Balkan Peninsula of somewhat indefinite boundaries, but including the Macedonia region of Greece, most of the middle Vardar Valley in the Macedonian Republic of the former Yugoslavia, and southwest Bulgaria west of the Mesta River. Works on the jurisdiction and the regions resulting from the division of Macedonia in 1912/1913 are entered under their own names.
  • Works on the region in northern Greece that includes Dytikē Makedonia, Kentrikē Makedonia, the Chalcidice Peninsula, and Anatolikē Makedonia kai Thrakē are entered under [Macedonia (Greece).]
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  • Variants

    • us: Macedon
    • us: Makedhonia
    • us: Makedonia
    • us: Makedoniya
    • us: Makedonja
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    • Sources

      • found: Web. geog. (Macedonia; Macedon)
      • found: World Book ("... a mountainous region in the Balkan Peninsula ... The Balkan Wars in 1912-1913 divided Macedonia between Serbia (later Yugoslavia), Greece, and Bulgaria.")
      • found: Britannica 14: v. 14, p. 510 (Macedonia became a Roman province)
      • found: GEOnet, viewed on April 26, 2017 (Macedonia [approved], region in Bulgaria, Greece and Macedonia, 41°24ʹ20ʺN 023°05ʹ37ʺE; variants: Makedhonia, Makedonia, Makedoniya, Makedonja; also lists region Macedonia in Greece and the independent political entity Macedonia)
    • General Notes

      • Here are entered works on the ancient country and kingdom of Macedonia, which later became a Roman province, as well as works on the region in the central Balkan Peninsula of somewhat indefinite boundaries, but including the Macedonia region of Greece, most of the middle Vardar Valley in the Macedonian Republic of the former Yugoslavia, and southwest Bulgaria west of the Mesta River. Works on the jurisdiction and the regions resulting from the division of Macedonia in 1912/1913 are entered under their own names.
      • Works on the region in northern Greece that includes Dytikē Makedonia, Kentrikē Makedonia, the Chalcidice Peninsula, and Anatolikē Makedonia kai Thrakē are entered under [Macedonia (Greece).]
    • Change Notes

      • 1986-02-11: new
      • 2017-07-13: revised
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