The countries washed by the eastern part of the Mediterranean and its contiguous waters.
Land area between Mesopotamia and Egypt; it includes modern day Lebanon, Syria, Israel and Jordan
Eastern end of the Mediterranean.
Northern region of the Middle East, loosely comprising Lebanon, Syria, and Israel/Palestine.
(Le·VANT). The Levant is a geographical region which includes Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territory, and the western half of Syria (the Orontes Valley and the region of Aleppo). Fixed between cultures in Egypt and Mesopotamia, the geographical location of the Levant largely determined its role in history. The Levant is a more or less heterogeneous region divided into defined areas of different ecological and environmental character surprisingly similar to that of California.
the former name for the geographical area of the eastern Mediterranean that is now occupied by Lebanon and Syria and Israel
The Levant (Latin="easterners") is a term designated for the entire Syro-Palestinian coastline, including modern day Israel, Lebanon, and the western coast of Syria.
the region of the Eastern Mediterranean, usually Syria, Israel and Jordan.
The name applied to the areas along the eastern shore of the Mediterranean, including presentday Greece,Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt.