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Berez︠h︡any (Ukraine)

LC control no.n 81043007
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingBerez︠h︡any (Ukraine)
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Geographic subdivision usageUkraine--Berez︠h︡any
Variant(s)Berezhany, Ukraine
Brzezany (Ukraine)
Berežany (Ukraine)
Beʹzeʹzani (Ukraine)
Brzezhany (Ukraine)
Berejani (Ukraine)
Brzeżany (Poland)
Bra'zani (Ukraine)
Brezon (Ukraine)
Бережани (Ukraine)
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
The following heading for an earlier name is a valid AACR 2 heading: Brzeżany (Poland)
Found inBez'ez'ani, Narayuv, ṿeha-sevivah, 1978 (subj.) t.p. (Be'ze'zani) added t.p. (Brzezany)
Encyc. Jud., 1971 (Berezhany; town in Ukrainian SSR)
Ukraïna [MAP], 1992: (Berez︠h︡any); city in Ternopilʹsʹka oblastʹ)
Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 1, p. 207 (Berezhany [Berežany]; a city in Podilia and a raion center in Ternopil oblast. It was first mentioned in 1375; in 1530 it was granted Magdeburg law by the Polish king Sigismund I. For 200 years it was in the domaine of noble Polish families. In 1772 it was annexed by Austria and remained there until 1919 when it came under Polish rule)
Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.: v. 1, p. 407 (Бережани = Berez︠h︡any; a city in Ternopilʹsʹka oblastʹ URSR. It was first mentioned in 1375. During the 14th to 18th cent. it was ruled by Poland. With the first partition of Poland in 1772 it came under Austro-Hungarian rule. From 1919 to 1939 it was again part of Poland. In 1939 as part of the Western Ukraine it was reunited with Soviet Ukraine)
Tel. call to BGN 3/25/81 (Berezhany; ppl. 49°27ʹN, 24°56ʹE; var. Brzeżany; Brzezhany; Berejani)
Sefer Ketav emet, 2014: t.p. ( ברעזאן= Brezon)
heb. Wikipedia, March 26, 2015: t.p. (ברז'אני = Bra'zani)
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