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🔥TimeTravelRome App May 26
🧙‍♂️⚔"100 Rulers & Rebels of Rome". 📒 Day 80. (328-378). Brother of Valentinian I, he ruled the Eastern part of the Empire. He was killed by the Goths - his defeat marked the beginning of the collapse of the Roman West. His place: 🏛 Valens aqueduct in .
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Dumbarton Oaks May 26
THE HOLY APOSTLES: A Lost Monument, a Forgotten Project, and the Presentness of the Past Margaret Mullett, Robert G. Ousterhout Reconsidering a 1940s & 50s Dumbarton Oaks project to reconstruct 's Church of the Holy Apostles.
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365 Constantinople Days 5h
, May 28, 1453, , THE LAST FULL DAY The last full day in the main territory of the Roman Empire, (the other territories being the Despotate of , and ) before the Turkish occupation of the capital, Constantinople.
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365 Constantinople Days 18h
, May 27, 366, death of Procopius, cousin of emp. Julian, had possibilities of power but went on the run from Valentinian & Valens. He soon returned & with 2 legions took . When Valens finally went into battle he won & brutally executed Procopius afterwards.
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Stam Pittas 12h
TuAF cargo aircraft C130 departed en route to . Daily routine flight in favor of . couldn't impose any kind of embargo.
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365 Constantinople Days May 25
, May 26, 961, Otto II crowned king of germany. He was husband of Theophano, niece of Roman Emperor John I Tzimiskes. 1453, Turks hold a war council, some wanted to end the siege. They decide not to and prepare for a big assault on on the night of May 28.
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365 Constantinople Days May 25
, May 25, 1453, in the Romans destroy the last of the 14 Turk tunnels built over previous 10 days. Once the Romans knew there were tunnels they had used medieval 'sonar', bowls of water on the ground next to the walls' edge, to detect vibrations of miners
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Dr. MariaGXanthou🏡Stay Home🏡Μένουμε Σπίτι May 26
Margaret Mullett is a good friend and colleague.
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Nikos Tsivikis May 25
Don't miss it! Many many great inscriptions in there, from inscribed great monuments to everyday smallfinds with casual writing. Also, it is 98% and a 2% as we found our way next to the capital! 🦚😉🦚
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Orthodox Times 11h
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🔥TimeTravelRome App May 26
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Faisal Masood May 23
Aao ghomain dunia, Pehle Lets travel the world, first in 🇹🇷 Mesmerizing views of Blue Mosque @ Blue Mosque Istanbul, Turkey
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LOL'o May 25
Rise of Ottoman empire was, is and will be >>>>>>> anything out there
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Pingwin Spawacz May 26
If Constantinople was a capital of former Byzantium, then which country had a Variablenople as capital?
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Dr Can Erimtan 13h
The Sheikh-ul-Islam () says that "[w]e will realize the conquest of [our] mosques on 29 May," which is the day fell back in 1453 . . . alas, it remains to be see who is presently occupying the 's mosques . . .
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365 Constantinople Days May 22
, May 23, 1453, at the siege of the Romans discover another tunnel, then after torturing two captured Turks the locations of the remaining tunnels are revealed.
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Jean Paul Thomin May 23
1890: An awesome picture of a street in Scutari, Constantinople (Istanbul). Source:
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Maria Strani-Potts May 25
Corfu Blues and Global Views: The Fall of , May 29th, 1453
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Sharpe Books May 25
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Jean Paul Thomin May 25
1890: A fabulous picture of Stamboul, the name of the oldest part of then Constantinople (Istanbul)! Source:
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