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Toraman is a village in Ulukışla ilçe (district) of Niğde Province, Turkey. Toraman has been identified as the site of ancient Faustinopolis.
İbrahim Üzülmez, known by his nickname Deli İbrahim or Deli İbo –literally means İbrahim the mad, is a Turkish professional football coach and former player who is currently the manager of Ankaragücü.
İbrahim Toraman is a retired Turkish footballer. He played as a defender in centre, right back or occasionally in defensive midfield positions.
Faustinopolis, also Colonia Faustinopolis and Halala, was an ancient city in the south of Cappadocia, about 20 km south of Tyana. It was named after the empress Faustina, the wife of Marcus Aurelius, who died there in a village, which her husband, by establishing a colony in it, raised to the rank of a town under the name of Faustinopolis. Hierocles assigns the place to Cappadocia Secunda, and it is mentioned also in the Antonine and Jerusalem Itineraries. The town was close to the defiles of the Cilician Gates, and was likely situated at modern-day Toraman, Niğde Province, Turkey. Following the Muslim conquests and the subsequent Arab raids, the site was abandoned for the nearby fortress of Loulon.
Emre Toraman is a Turkish football player currently playing for Bucaspor.
The Madagascar Plate or Madagascar block was once attached to the Gondwana supercontinent and later the Indo-Australian Plate.
Akkaya Dam is a dam in Niğde Province, Turkey, built between 1964 and 1967.
İvriz Dam is a dam in Turkey. The development was backed by the Turkish State Hydraulic Works.
Toraman is a Turkish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Stranger in the City is a 1962 Turkish drama film directed by Halit Refiğ. It was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival.
Events in the year 1981 in Turkey.
Tetrapyrgia was a town in the district of Garsauria of ancient Cappadocia.
Mampsoukrenai or Mapsoukrenai was a settlement and station (mutatio) of ancient Cilicia, on the road between Tyana and Tarsus, inhabited during Roman Byzantine times.
Panhormus, also known as Pylae or Pylai, was a settlement and station (mutatio) of ancient Cilicia, near the Cilician Gates on the road between Tyana and Tarsus, inhabited during Roman Byzantine times.
Mopsucrene or Mopsoukrene was a town in the eastern part of ancient Cilicia, on the river Cydnus, and not far from the frontier of Cataonia to which Ptolemy, in fact, assigns it. Its site was on the southern slope of Mount Taurus, and in the neighbourhood of the mountain pass leading from Cilicia into Cappadocia, 12 miles (19 km) north of Tarsus. It is celebrated in history as the place where the emperor Constantius died. In the Antonine Itinerary, it is called Namsucrone; in the Jerusalem Itinerary, it is called Mansverine. Its site was likely the same as the settlement and mutatio called Mapsoukrenai.
Tynna, possibly also known as Dana, was a town of ancient Cataonia or of southern Cappadocia mentioned by Ptolemy. It was located in the neighbourhood of Faustinopolis, and inhabited through Roman times.
Limnae or Limnai was a town of ancient Cappadocia, inhabited in Byzantine times. Limnae was the place of exile and death of Marcus, a Byzantine usurper.
Aspenzinsos was a town of ancient Cappadocia, inhabited in Byzantine times.
Toraman is a village in the Çınar District of Diyarbakır Province in Turkey.
Toraman is a neighbourhood in the Hınıs District of Erzurum Province in Turkey.