Walls of Constantinople map.
Nika riots in Constantinople.(13. January 532).
I believe we should attack Constantinople.
It was too late: on 29 May 1453 Constantinople fell.
The decisions were ratified in the Treaty of Constantinople later that year.
The Treaty of Constantinople of 1832 recognized Greece as an independent nation.
Constantinople was built over six years, and consecrated on 11 May 330.
Previous Article Three lessons that
can be learned from a failed test of Constantinople.
So… in order to avenge my broken heart, I destroy Constantinople and your life.
On a number of sources of Constantinople, Anastasia Romlyanyni's day is celebrated on October 12.
The Constantinople hard fork in the Ethereum network is postponed
indefinitely until the elimination of vulnerabilities.
Ibn Battutah started on his travels in 1325 and visited Northern Africa, Arabia,
Iran and Constantinople.
He was a Roman traveller who was visiting Constantinople during a Ramadan festival in 1615.
In 559, when the Huns threatened Constantinople, the scholaria was taken out to guard the city:.
He had a first hand knowledge of the ideals and spirit of the Young Turks in Constantinople.
It is also known as the Golden City of the East, Shiraz-e-Hind and the Constantinople of India.
On his visit to Constantinople in 949 ambassador Liutprand of Cremona described
automata in the emperor Theophilos' palace,
The world's first coffee house opened in the
16th century in the heart of the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople.
He is found dead in his tent at Tyana(Asia Minor) en route back to Constantinople, in suspicious circumstances.
The commander went to the military army, whose task was to move along the Black Sea towards Constantinople.
Things were so
bad that the Emperor Heracilus considered abandoning Constantinople and moving the capital to Carthage in Africa.
Points were so
bad that the Chief Heracilus considered abandoning Constantinople plus moving the capital to Carthage within Africa.
A military delegation
led by a man named Phocas that traveled to Constantinople to protest was rebuffed and humiliated.
Eastern Orthodoxy and
Roman Catholicism separated in 1054 AD, when the Patriarch of Constantinople and the Pope excommunicated each other.
Many Russian refugees and their allies reached Constantinople and then on to Europe,
forming the first Odessa-Sevastopol wave of emigration.
The son of Murad II, Mehmed II, reorganized the state and the military,
and conquered Constantinople on 29 May 1453.
The son of Murad II, Mehmed the Conqueror,
reorganized both state and military and on 29 May 1453 conquered Constantinople.
The genocide began on 24 April 1915, when Ottoman
authorities arrested some 250 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders in Constantinople.
He then offers a warning:“We are coming for Constantinople and we will destroy every mosque and minaret in the city.”.
The terrorist also wrote,“We are coming for Constantinople and we will destroy every mosque and every minaret in the city.