Constantinople

city of the world's desire, 1453-1924

By Mansel, Philip

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ISBN
978-0-31214-574-3
Publisher
New York : St. Martin's Press, 1996.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on September 15, 1996

Mansel (Witnesses, State Mutual Book and Periodical Service, 1994) has written a highly readable anecdotal history of Constantinople during the Ottoman period. For over 1000 years, Constantinople had been the capital of Byzantium. That period of the city's history ended in 1453 when Mehmed II, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, conquered the city. Constantinople became, under the Ottomans, a gre...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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