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Karum is a musical group.
Karum is the name given to ancient Assyrian trade posts in Anatolia from the 20th to 18th centuries BC. The main centre of karum trading was at the ancient town of Kanesh.
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The Rough Guide to Turkey (2010)
by Marc Dubin, Terry Richardson
The Karum is a five-minute walk further down the country lane ...
by Dr Gwendolyn Leick, Gwendolyn Leick
Kültepe (ancient Karum Kanesh) Anatolia, see map page. The firstoccupation ofthis site goes back tothe 3rd millennium BC, but themost interesting remainsdate fromthe 19thC BC when ...
A Dictionary of Tocharian B (2013)
Revised and Greatly Enlarged by Adams, Douglas Q. Adams
karum (n.[m.sg.]) 'pity, compassion, mercy, sympathy' [karum, karunantse , ...
With a Dissertation. Based on the Hodgson Lists, Official Records, and Mss by Sir William Wilson Hunter
Karum, múntosa mandar. Karum. Karúm. Daia. Madawattan. Vere, iiere. Hor. Mení. Kitte. Caret. • Tuya. Tantel. Kitta, kïttáyi. Lag. Atpnei. Kitta. Caret. Atitkke. Dápu, daggera.
With Their Synonymes in Various Languages by Alexander Faulkner
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Photo about Karum
This picture is especially for Michel. This game is called "Karum" and played like billiards, but with the hands and tiny coins.
Photo credit: magical-world
Scrabble value of K5A1R1U1M3
The value of this 5-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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