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The Byzantine Empire in 1140

The Byzantine Empire in 1140

The Eastern Mediterranean c.1250-c.1150 BC ~ Ian Mladjov

The Eastern Mediterranean c.1250-c.1150 BC ~ Ian Mladjov

Map of Byzantine Constantinople. The Cistern of Aetius is located in the northern part of the city, southeast of the Gate of Charisius.

Map of Byzantine Constantinople. The Cistern of Aetius is located in the northern part of the city, southeast of the Gate of Charisius.

The Mongol onslaught on the Muslim world in the early 1200s under Genghis Khan ”

The Mongol onslaught on the Muslim world in the early 1200s under Genghis Khan ”

mapsontheweb: “ The Bronze Age Collapse was a violent and disruptive period that took place in the 12th century BC, in which several waves of migratory Indo-European tribes arrived from the northwest and laid waste to most Mycenaean, Hittite and...

mapsontheweb: “ The Bronze Age Collapse was a violent and disruptive period that took place in the 12th century BC, in which several waves of migratory Indo-European tribes arrived from the northwest and laid waste to most Mycenaean, Hittite and...

This is a map of the Holy Land divided into the areas of the 12 tribes of Israel. Beneath the cartouche is an illustration of two spies of Moses returning to the tent camp of the Israelites bearing an oversized cluster of grapes, representing the fruits of the Promised Land.  Hand-colored engraving, published by the Homann Heirs, Nuremberg: c. 1750.

This is a map of the Holy Land divided into the areas of the 12 tribes of Israel. Beneath the cartouche is an illustration of two spies of Moses returning to the tent camp of the Israelites bearing an oversized cluster of grapes, representing the fruits of the Promised Land. Hand-colored engraving, published by the Homann Heirs, Nuremberg: c. 1750.

Bartholomews Map of Scotland showing county boundaries , towns and railway lines about 1890

Bartholomews Map of Scotland showing county boundaries , towns and railway lines about 1890

Two related major civilizations formed in Europe. The Byzantine Empire, in western Asia and southeastern Europe, expanded into eastern Europe.

Two related major civilizations formed in Europe. The Byzantine Empire, in western Asia and southeastern Europe, expanded into eastern Europe.

Dosya:Konstantinopel shepherd.jpg

Dosya:Konstantinopel shepherd.jpg

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