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also Kur·land  (ko͝or′lənd)
A historical region and former duchy of southern Latvia between the Baltic Sea and the Western Dvina River. It passed to Russia in 1795 and was largely incorporated into Latvia in 1918.
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(ˈkʊələnd) or


(Placename) a region of Latvia, between the Gulf of Riga and the Lithuanian border. Latvian name: Kurzeme
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or Kur•land

(ˈkʊər lənd)

a former duchy on the Baltic: later, a province of Russia and, in 1918, incorporated into Latvia.
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This variance in dating was brought about by the earlier tendency to compare the material from Saaremaa's tarand-graves to that of mainly Virumaa County in Mainland Estonia, without paying attention to the distribution of similar artefact types in Roman Iron Age Couronia and north-eastern Poland, though in differently constructed graves (see also Magi 2005; in print, a).