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- Amadiya, is a town along a tributary to the Great Zab in the Dahuk Governorate of Iraqi Kurdistan. The city is situated 4,600 feet above sea level.
- also known as Amedi, Iraq; Amadia
- part of Iraq
- Amadiya: ʿAmadiya was a separate diocese of the Chaldean Church until 2013. It was united with the Diocese of Zakho in 2013 The diocese was named for the hilltop city of ʿAmadiya in northern Iraq, and in 1913 included ʿAmadiya itself and sixteen villages in the Tigris plain near the town of Dohuk and in the Sapna and Gomel river valleys.
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1000 Ultimate Travel Experiences
Amadiya is a mountain village offering gorgeous views and fresh air, though those who press on to the Iranian border will find that the scenery becomes ever more sumptuous. Heading south you'll come across wonderful Erbil, an ancient city ...
by Raphael Patai
Messianic leaders emerged from Amadiya in the twelfth century: The first among them was MenaÐem ben Solomon Ibn Dugi,
by M. Th. Houtsma
Sharaf al-Din does not seem to know the old quarters of the tribe around 'Amadiya from which the Zangid Atabegs had driven them northwards. The emirs ...
by Michael M. Gunter
Le Kurde de Amadiya et de Djabal Sindjar: Analyse Linguistique, Textes, Folkloriques, Glossaires. Paris: Klincksieck, 1975. Celebi, Ferdidon, and Danko Sipka. Kurmanji Kurdish-English Glossary. Springfield, Va.: Dunwoody Press, 2002.
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1D2I1Y4A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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