Talk:Eastern Anatolia Region
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"Eastern Turkey is Western Armenia" 06:05, 1 March 2007 (UTC)
- EAstern Turkey is in TURKEY my friend. I am trying to remove as uch propaganda as possible that people such as yourselves are creatingThetruthonly (talk) 19:28, 30 October 2008 (UTC)
I moved this page because it's Wikipedia policy to use the most common term for something. This is applied throughout our encyclopedia for establishing the titles of the articles.
So, it's not hard to see that "Eastern Anatolia Region" is a much more common form:
- Results 1 - 10 of about 17,900 for "Eastern Anatolia Region"
- Results 1 - 10 of about 932 for "East Anatolia Region"
Or, if you trust printed books more:
- Books 1 - 6 with 7 pages on "Eastern Anatolia Region"
- Books 1 - 4 with 4 pages on "East Anatolia Region".
Serious error in this article?
Doğu Anadolu Bölgesi/East Anatolia Region is not a political or census-defined division, it is a geographical division and has four sub-divisions (Upper Murat Van region, Erzurum-Kars region, Upper Firat region, and Hakkari region). Its borders do not follow the borders of the political/administrative/census regions of eastern Turkey - so the Wikipedia entry for Eastern Anatolia Region is incorrect in that aspect. Meowy 23:38, 31 May 2008 (UTC)
Eastern Anatolia region has been originally known as Western Armenia in numerous sources, including Britannica Encyclopedia. I have undid deletion of this data from the article several times, each time giving sources and footnotes, but every time found the article changed in a couple of days without any basing facts, if not taking into consideration the fact of calling me a nationalist (!). If the fact I provided the data proved by uncountable number of sources, starting from middle-age historians and international maps up to current historians and encyclopedias is nationalism, then I doubt objectivity of Wikipedia. If considering the fact not worth to mention in the article, then I should say it is as worth to mention, as the fact that e.g. the city name ]]Kaliningrad's]] original title was Königsberg, Nagorno-Karabakh's was meant under Artsakh, huge part of modern Romania was meant under Transylvania, etc. Now I'm undoing the latest deletion. Thanks to everybody, who read and understood! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 517design (talk • contribs) 21:08, 9 November 2008 (UTC)
- Your information is basically an ideology of a greater Armenia. Another form of propaganda that is why I am removing it. Justinz84 (talk) 20:05, 23 November 2008 (UTC)
History section on region
It's not possible, official name of the region is Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey, if someone dreams for a highland Armenia with a population less than 5000 it's so funny. And the pictures have to change because there are no only Armenian churches in this region. There must be more information about the region, not about for Armenia!Zaparojdik 12,25 (UTC) 13th January 2010
The region has the lowest average temperature of all Turkish regions, with -25°C.
Assuming "with" is meant to be "at", this makes no sense. The lowest temperature in the climate chart above this statement is -15°C; the average cannot possibly be lower than that. Hairy Dude (talk) 23:59, 5 November 2014 (UTC)
Right now, these maps are used in the article:
These maps are quite simply incorrect; the borders of the geographical regions of Turkey do not overlap with the borders of the administrative provinces.
This is the correct map of the geographical Eastern Anatolia Region:
Provinces in the Eastern Anatolia Region
Since the borders do not overlap, there can be no clear-cut list of provinces in the Eastern Anatolia Region.
Right now, this list is featured in the article:
This list is also incorrect.
If we want to list the provinces in the Eastern Anatolia Region, we will need at least two, but preferable three categorizies:
- Provinces that are entirely in the Eastern Anatolia Region.
- Provinces that are mostly in the Eastern Anatolia Region.
- Provinces that are partially in the Eastern Anatolia Region.
According to this map, which shows both geographical and provincial borders, the correct list should be as follows:
Since the geographical borders are imprecise (they don't overlap with district borders either), there is no convenient way to calculate the population of the geographical Eastern Anatolia Region, or other geographical regions of Turkey for that matter. Any figure you see on the Internet in this regard is, at best, imprecise guesswork. I propose that we rank geographical regions among themselves and leave it at that. --Mttll (talk) 11:27, 20 January 2015 (UTC)