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I︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡ (Ukraine)

LC control no.n 86118274
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingI︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡ (Ukraine)
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Geographic subdivision usageUkraine--I︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡
Variant(s)Evpatorii︠a︡ (Ukraine)
Yevpatoria (Ukraine)
Yevpatoriia (Ukraine)
Yevpatoriya, Russia
Yevpatoriya (Ukraine)
Eupatoria (Ukraine)
Eupatory (Ukraine)
Євпаторія (Ukraine)
Евпатория (Ukraine)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated
SUBJECT USAGE: Ancient site of the city of I︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡ is established as: Kerkinitidis (Extinct city)
Found inSeverinov, S.S. Evpatorii︠a︡--kurort, 1985.
Ukraïna [MAP] 1992: (I︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡, in Respublika Krym)
LC PreMARC file (hdg.: Yevpatoriya, Russia; usage: Evpatorii︠a︡, Yevpatoria; earlier names: Gezlev [no publs. in LC data abse], Kerkinitida)
Encycl. of Ukraine: v. 4, p. 772 (Yevpatoriia; port city on the Black Sea Coast in the Crimea. In the 6th and 5th cents. BC the Greek colony of Kerkinitidis stood there. In 2nd cent. BC it was captured by the Scythians. At end of 15th cent. the Turks built a fortified town there called Hezlev (Kozlov in Russian) [no publs. in LC data base]. After Russia's annexation of the Crimea the town was renamed Yevpatoriia, and a port was constructed)
Ukraïnsʹka radi︠a︡nsʹka ent︠s︡ykl., 1977-1985: v. 4, p. 74 (I︠E︡vpatorii︠a︡)
BGN (approved form: Yevpatoriya; ppl.; 45°12ʹN, 33°22ʹE)
Biblioteki i assot︠s︡iat︠s︡ii v meni︠a︡i︠u︡shchemsi︠a︡ mire, 1994: t.p. (Evpatorii︠a︡; Eupatoria)
Materialy konferent︠s︡iĭ "Krym 94-Krym 99", 1999: title frame, English display (Eupatory)
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