Roman- Byzantine and Ottoman Empires

The Roman Empire (27 B.C. – 476 A.D.)

If you click the following link, you can see the rise and fall of the Roman Empire (27 B.C. – 476 A.D.). Her eastern part, the Byzantine Empire, survived for another 10 centuries, until Constantinople (Istanbul)  was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1453 A.D.

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Map of the Roman Empire

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The Byzantine Empire or Eastern Roman Empire ( 330 A.D. – 1453 A.D.)

The Byzantine Empire survived the fall of the Roman Empire and lasted for another 10 centuries, until Constantinople (Istanbul) was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1453 A.D.

If you click the following link you can see the rise and fall of the Byzantine Empire

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Map of the Byzantine Empire

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The Ottoman Empire (1299 B.C. – 1923 A.D.)

If you click the following link you can see the rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire. From her birth in 1300, to the replacement of the Byzantine Empire in 1453, with the conquer of Constantinople (Istanbul), to its peak in the period 1500-1700, to its destruction after World War 1 (1914-1918), and to the creation of the Turkish Republic as we know it today by Kemal Attaturk in 1923.

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Map of the Ottoman Empire

Ottoman Empire

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