Fatih Sultan Mehmet

Fatih Sultan Mehmet

Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror / Conquest of Constantinople, 1453. #OttomanEmpire Fausto Zonaro

Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror / Conquest of Constantinople, 1453. #OttomanEmpire Fausto Zonaro

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

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#türk

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Mehmed II at the siege of Constantinople,Fausto Zonaro

Mehmed II at the siege of Constantinople,Fausto Zonaro

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