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Constantinople

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Constantinople was the capital city of the Roman/Byzantine Empire (330–1204 and 1261–1453), and also of the brief Latin (1204–1261), and the later Ottoman ...

Constantinople - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Apr 9, 2013 ... Built in the seventh century BCE, the ancient city of Byzantium proved to be a valuable city for both the Greeks and Romans. Because it lay on ...

History of Constantinople - The Roman Empire

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But the story of Constantinople as an independent entity begins during the reign of co-emperors Arcadius (c.AD 378-408) and Honorius (AD 385-423), under ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Constantinople - New Advent

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Constantinople occupies one of the most beautiful and advantageous sites in the world, uniting as it does Europe with Asia and putting in communication the ...

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Feb 2, 2016 ... The Roman / Byzantine Empire falls after the Ottoman Empire sieges Constantinople. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/replyhistory In 1453, ...

The Fall of Constantinople | History Today

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Modern painting of Mehmed II and the Ottoman Army approaching Constantinople with a giant bombard, by Fausto Zonaro. At this moment of confusion, which ...

Istanbul was Constantinople ?

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Istanbul is widely recognized as the name of Turkey's most well known city, but it was not always this way, and even today some confusion over its proper name ...

Constantinople - : Constantinople

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Constantinople is the story of a musical ensemble that chose the journey as its cornerstone—geographical journeys, but also historical, cultural and inner—and  ...

Constantinople - Capital of the Eastern Roman Empire

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Constantinople was the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. Here's a look at its history, fortifications and geography.

Constantine Founds Constantinople - fordham.edu

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Note that Constantinople was from the outset a Christian city; as contrasted with old Rome, where paganism still kept a firm grip, at least on much of the ...

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Con·stan·ti·no·ple
[kon-stan-tn-oh-puhl]
NOUN
1.
former name of Istanbul.
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