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  1. Constantinople [ (kon-stan-tuh- noh-puhl) ] A city founded by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great as capital of the eastern part of the Roman Empire. Constantine ruled over both parts of the empire .
  2. Aug 19,  · Constantinople is an ancient city in modern-day Turkey that’s now known as Istanbul. First settled in the seventh century B.C., Constantinople developed into a .
  3. Following the Feast of Epiphany , the Ecumenical Patriarchate hosted an International Forum on Modern Slavery under the auspices of His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew.
  4. Constantinople(Istanbul) falls to the army of Mehmed II, the citybecomes the new Ottoman capital. c. CE - CE The Mosque of the Conqueror is constructed in Constantinople.
  5. He named it after himself, Constantinople. Follow the directions on the handout provided in class to explore this area. This is a modern map of the city of Istanbul and the surrounding area.
  6. Westerners continued to refer to the city as Constantinople well into the 20th century. In the 19th century, however, the city's large foreign expatriate community took to calling the old city Stamboul. Western accounts of the old city during this period make regular references to the name.
  7. This album is a sampler of tracks from previous releases by Constantinople, the Canadian early music ensemble that specializes primarily in music from areas surrounding the Mediterranean. Constantinople's sound defies easy pigeonholing, but the effect is thoroughly granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfo ensemble is notable for the sense of otherness it creates by bringing the insights of Middle Eastern music to the 10/
  8. Constantinople was besieged twice by the Arabs, once in a long blockade between and C.E., and in C.E. The Second Arab siege of Constantinople ( C.E.) was a combined land and sea effort by the Arabs to take Constantinople. The Arab ground forces, led by Maslama, were annihilated by a combination of failure against the city's.
  9. Constantinople was founded c. B.C. by a Greek colony from Megara; the site was then occupied by the Thracian village of Lygos. The chief of the Megarian expedition was Byzas, after whom the city was naturally called Byzantion (Lat. Byzantium).

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