Asia occidentalis

(Redirectum de Oriens Medius)

Asia occidentalis (vel Oriens Medius, vel Oriens Proximus)[1] est regio politica et culturae in Africa boreali et Asia Minore sine finibus claris. Aliae nationes alias fines eius regionis definiunt. Haec regio est "oriens" respectu Europaeorum Americanorumque.

Tabula geographica Orientis Medii.

Ex Oriente Medio, tres religiones mundi maximi momenti, Christiana, Islamica, et Iudaica partae sunt. Non est index perfectus vel plenus, sed stylo Anglico et plurium aliarum nationum nationes quae feruntur partem esse Orientis Medii sunt Aegyptus, Arabia Saudiana, Baharina, Cuvaitum, Iemenia, Irania, Iracia, Israel, Iordania, Libanus, Omania, Phylarchiarum Arabicarum Confoederatio, Quataria, Syria, et Turcia. Nonnumquam, sed minus saepe hodie, Aethiopia, Algeria, Libya, et Tunisia etiam feruntur in Orienti Medio esse.

Germani autem illam regionem orientem medium vocant, vel vocaverunt si nunc exemplum Anglicum sequuntur, quae terras Bangladesham, Butaniam, Indiam, Insulas Maledivas, Nepaliam, Pakistaniam, Tabrobanem complectitur. Nonnumquam etiam Iraniam huic regioni adnumerant.

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Pellicula: despectus in Africam Mediam et Asia Occidentalem ab aeronautis Expeditionis 29 in Statione Spatiali Internationali factus.
Pellicula: despectus in Saharam et Asiam Occidentalem ab aeronautis Expeditionis 29 in International Space Station factus.
Pellicula: transitus super Turcmeniam, ad orientem Caspii Maris ad meridianum et orientalem Sinarum litus, ad septentrionem et occidentem Hongcongi.

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  1. Lexicon Davidi Morgan nomen "Oriens Medius" habet; Nuntii Latini nomine "Oriens Proximus" utitur. Regio, quod est pars occidentalis Asiae continentis, nomen "Asia occidentalis" etiam habet.

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