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Mosul (Iraq)

LC control no.n 50005853
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingMosul (Iraq)
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Geographic subdivision usageIraq--Mosul
Variant(s)Mossoul (Iraq)
Mawṣil (Iraq)
Mauṣil (Iraq)
Musul (Iraq)
Mūṣil (Iraq)
الموصل (Iraq)
al-Mawṣil (Iraq)
Motsul (Iraq)
Moussoul (Iraq)
Mousl (Iraq)
موسڵ (Iraq)
Other standard no.126635658
Associated countryIraq
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inḤusayn, F. Mushkilat al-Mūṣil, 1977: t.p. (al-Mūṣil)
Laniado, E. Yehude Motsul ... 1981: t.p. (Motsul) verso t.p. (Mosul [in rom.])
Kemp, P. Territoires d'Islam, c1982: t.p. (Mossoul)
GEOnet, June 15, 2000 (Al Mawṣil [Arabic], Mosul [conventional]--PPL, 36°20ʹN 43°08ʹE, variants: Al Mūṣil, Mossoul, Moussoul) 2 December 2020 (Mosul [conventional], Iraq, Nīnawá Province, seat of a first-order division, 36°20ʹ06ʺN, 043°07ʹ08ʺE (36.335, 43.118889); variants: Al Mawṣil [approved]; الموصل = al-Mawṣil; al-Mosul; al-Mūṣil; Mossoul; Mousl; Moussoul; Musił; موسڵ = Musił)
Wikipedia, December 22, 2020 (Mosul; city in northern Iraq; was the capital of Mosul Vilayet one of the three vilayets (provinces) of Ottoman Iraq; Mosul Vilayet eventually became Nineveh Governorate of Iraq, but Mosul remained the provincial capital)
Geographic area codea-iq---