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  • Contributors' Corner Fall of the Byzantines and Rise of the Ottomans When in 1453, Ottoman Empire destoyed Constantinople, and renamed it Istanbul, Rome was
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  • The Roman Empire in 60 AD The Byzantine Empire at its height Europe 1430 The Ottoman Empire at its height in 1683
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  • postal history of Austria Austrian post offices in Crete Austrian post offices in Liechtenstein Austrian post offices in the Ottoman Empire Austrian Stamps
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  • Leader at 1901: Sultan Mehmed V Color: Yellow Neighbors: Russia, Austria, and Italy Home supply centers: Constantinople, Ankara, Smyrna Turkey has obvious
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  • setbacks. In 1699 (because of the signing of the Treaty of Karlowitz), the Ottoman empire lost extensive territories for the first time: they had to surrender
    10 KB (1,716 words) - 19:47, 29 October 2012
  • two armed conflicts between Greece and Turkey or its predecessor the Ottoman Empire The Greco-Turkish War of 1897 (also called the Thirty Days' War) The
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  • the decaying Ottoman Empire. The Crimean War was provoked by Russian tsar Nicholas I's continuing pressure on the dying Ottoman Empire, and by Russia's
    27 KB (4,180 words) - 15:48, 26 January 2016
  • the Ottoman Empire entered, allying itself with the Central Powers. The entry of the Ottoman Empire was disastrous to the Allies. The Ottoman Empire controlled
    27 KB (4,433 words) - 21:23, 17 July 2015
  • The Medieval Period of Islam (Mongol conquest and subsequent empires) The Ottoman Empire (Conquest of Anatolia, destruction of Byzantium, and colonization
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  • the Turkish language were written in Orkhon script. During the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Turkish was influenced mainly by Arabic and Persian. The primary
    10 KB (1,406 words) - 13:41, 19 April 2013
  • Republic Russian Empire British Empire Italy Empire of Japan Portuguese Republic Romania Greece United States of America Bulgaria Ottoman Empire Austria-Hungary
    3 KB (179 words) - 14:38, 9 December 2015
  • close. Basically we do 1453 (Fall of Byzantium) to 1914 (Fall of the Ottoman Empire). --But I won't know if I'll be teaching 7th grade history until August
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  • the Ottoman Empire, ruled most of Asia Minor. The Safavids ruled Persia and Afghanistan, while the Mughals dominated India. All three empires originated
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  • the fast-paced diplomacy of the west. For several hundred years, the Ottoman Empire had been slowly collapsing under its own weight, watching helplessly
    12 KB (1,946 words) - 19:09, 29 October 2015
  • stamps and postal history of Austria Austrian post offices in Crete Austrian post offices in Liechtenstein Austrian post offices in the Ottoman Empire
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  • proceeds to expand in every direction possible. However, just like the Ottoman Empire of Turkey, he got overextended and his position collapsed only eight
    8 KB (1,078 words) - 15:42, 10 January 2013
  • victims of the Inquisition arriving in Israel with the approval of the Ottoman Empire. Together, these Jews formed a community called the Old Yishuv (settlement)
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  • fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Empire in 1453 had closed a crucial trade corridor. Trade throughout the Ottoman Empire was difficult and unreliable
    12 KB (1,958 words) - 15:45, 7 March 2015
  • Byzantine Empire that was created by the Roman Empire's split in 305. After more than a thousand years of Byzantine rule, the Ottoman Empire in nearby
    2 KB (2,530 words) - 16:52, 11 May 2010
  • in an otherwise predominantly Muslim area, which was ruled by the Ottoman Empire. Because they were Christian, many Armenians attended missionary schools
    11 KB (1,867 words) - 20:39, 27 November 2013

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