• (adj): Of or relating to the geographical region of Caucasia.
    Example: "Caucasian languages"
    Synonyms: Caucasic
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on caucasian:

Church Of Caucasian Albania - History of The Church - Caucasian Albanian Catholicate
... The Caucasian Albanian or Gandzasar Catholicate of the Armenian Apostolic Church continued to exist well into the 19th century as a separate diocese of that church ... attempts to restore the autocephaly of the Church of Caucasian Albania in the mid-10th century, but they were suppressed by the Armenian clergy with the ... the transfer of the seat of the Armenian patriarch to Rumkale, Cilicia, in the 12th century, the Caucasian Albanian bishops no longer appealed to the former to ordain their Catholicoi ...
Caucasian Albanian Alphabet
... The Caucasian Albanian alphabet, or the alphabet for the Gargareans, was an alphabet used by the Caucasian Albanians, one of the ancient and indigenous Northeast Caucasian peoples ... It was one of only two indigenous alphabets ever developed for speakers of indigenous Caucasian languages (i.e ... Caucasian languages that are not a part of larger groupings like the Turkic and Indo-European languages families) to represent any of their languages, the ...
Caucasian Iberians
... Caucasian Iberians (Georgian იბერები) was a Greco-Roman designation for ancient Georgians or Kartvelians who inhabited the east and southeast of the ... eastern Georgians who have originated from the early Georgian state of Caucasian Iberia ... Caucasian Iberians should not be confused with the ancient inhabitants of the Roman Hispania, the Iberians of the Iberian Peninsula, or today's Spanish and Portuguese who are also ...
Liqian (village) - Theory of Roman Descendance
... Some people there have Caucasian-like physical traits, such as wider noses, blond or lighter-colored hair, blue or green eyes, or fairer skin color, which is mixed with typical Chinese features ... that 56% of the DNA of some Zhelaizhai residents was Caucasian in origin but the testing did not determine whether they were descended from Romans, Tocharians or Iranian peoples ... People with Caucasian-like traits existed in central Asia centuries before the Romans Tarim mummies and some south Siberian populations included light-haired ...
Church Of Caucasian Albania
... The Albanian Apostolic Church or the Church of Caucasian Albania was an ancient independent autocephalous church ... Church that existed from the 5th century to 1830 and was centered in Caucasian Albania, a region mostly located in present day Azerbaijan ... monastery of Gandzasar served as the See of the Caucasian Albanian Catholicate, which continued to exist until 1828 (or 1836) when it was formally abolished by the Russian authorities ...

More definitions of "Caucasian":

  • (adj): Of or belonging to a racial group having light skin coloration.
    Synonyms: white
  • (noun): A number of languages spoken in the Caucasus that have no known affiliations to languages spoken elsewhere.
    Synonyms: Caucasian language