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Constantinople was the capital city of the Roman/Byzantine Empire (330–1204 and ..... The importance of Constantinople increased but it was gradual. ... dioceses of Thrace (in which the city w...

Constantinople - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Apr 9, 2013 ... The location provided an excellent harbor --thanks to the Golden Horn-- ... Its importance would take on new meaning with Alaric's invasion of ...

why was the constantinople so important?... - Brainly.com

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Dec 17, 2013 ... Several reasons actually. The most important one was its location. Thanks to it it enabeled the trade with African, European and Asian countries ...

The City of Constantinople - World History For Kids - By KidsPast.com

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Recognizing the strategic value of this location, the Roman emperor Constantine built a city here in 330 A.D. He named the city Constantinople, after himself.

The Development of Constantinople, AD 324-565 |

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May 19, 2015 ... Located at the mouth of the Bosporus straights and controlling ... The study of Constantinople's development is particularly important as its ...

Istanbul | SILK ROAD - Unesco

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However, whilst Rome was indeed an important destination for Chinese silk ... of Constantinople was legendary, and its location ensured it a very important role ...

The strategic importance of Constantinople to the British Empire ...

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English. With the defeat of Turkey and the end of the War, the fate of the city of Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul) was of vital strategic importance to the ...

Silk Road Seattle - Constantinople

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The third century historian Polybios could not imagine a location better suited to control the trade from the Black Sea into the Aegean which was so important for ...

Why Constantinople was so hard to conquer | Neo Byzantium

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Jan 31, 2010 ... Constantinople withstood countless sieges for over 1000 years as the capital of the Byzantine ... It was located on an elevated rocky peninsula, surrounded by the sea on three sides. .... The importance of the human element.

Constantinople-Crossroad

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Constantinople at a Crossroads W ... Constantine and His Capital The emperor Constantine - important/'1' the city .... Constantinople was in a good location to.

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Why was the location of Constantinople important - Answers.com

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It gave the Ottomans control of trade between the Mediterranean and Black seas.

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He decided the location for his new capital was the ancient Greek city of Byzentium. ... Constantinople has maintained it location and importance in the region ...

Constantinople - New World Encyclopedia

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Jun 17, 2013 ... 3 European Response to the Fall of Constantinople; 4 Importance ... Located in central Italy, Rome lay too far from the eastern imperial frontiers, ...