Mount Cudi according to very Early Christian and Islamic tradition, is Noah's apobaterion or "Place of Descent", the location where the Ark came to rest after the Great Flood.
The Quranic tradition is similar to the Judeo-Christian legend. The identification of Mount Judi as the landing site of the ark persisted in Syriac and Armenian tradition throughout Late Antiquity but was abandoned for the tradition equating the biblical location with the highest mountain of the region, Mount Ararat.
Jewish Babylonian, Syriac, and Islamic traditions identify Mount Judi or Qardu as a peak near the town of Jazirat ibn Umar (modern Cizre), at the headwaters of the Tigris, near the modern SyrianTurkish border. Arab historian Al-Masudi (d. 956), reported that the spot where the ark came to rest could be seen in his time. Al-Masudi locates Jabal Judi at 80 parasangs from the Tigris.
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miumiu (5981) 2014-08-04 2:00
Dramatic mountains and golden valley. Very impressive and nice landscape.
l like your note, it is very interesting.
Mesut09 (378) 2014-08-04 3:21
Süper bir fotoğraf çekmişsin. Cudi Dağı bütün haşmetiyle karşımızda.. Fotoğraf için çok teşekkürler