Empire of Trebizond
The Empire of Trebizond was a monarchy that flourished during the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries comprising the far northeastern corner of Anatolia and the southern Crimea. Originally a revolt by the g...
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Lazistan Sanjak
Lazistan (ლაზონა in Laz, ლაზეთი – lazeti or ჭანეთი – chaneti in Georgian or Turkish: لازستان, Lazistān) was the Ottoman administrative name for the sanjak (under Trebizond Vilayet) comprising the Laz ...
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Trabzon İdmanocağı
İdmanocağı was a Turkish Sports club based in Trabzon. They had a strong rivalry with another club, İdmangücü which matched the Istanbul rivalry between Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray. İdmanocağı was ofte...
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Trebizond Peace Conference
The Trebizond Peace Conference was a conference held between March and April 1918 in Trebizond between the Ottoman Empire and a delegation of the Transcaucasian Diet (Transcaucasian Sejm) and governme...
Siege of Trebizond (1461)
The Siege of Trebizond was the successful siege of the city of Trebizond, capital of the Empire of Trebizond, by the Ottomans under Sultan Mehmed II, which ended on August 15, 1461. With the last memb...
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Siege of Trebizond (1282)
The Siege of Trebizond in April 1282 was an unsuccessful siege of Trebizond, the capital of the namesake empire, by the Georgians under a certain David (either David I of Imereti or a confusion with D...
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Siege of Trebizond (1222–23)
The Siege of Trebizond in 1222–1223 was an unsuccessful siege of Trebizond, the capital of the namesake empire, by the Seljuq Turks under a certain Melik. According to the late 14th-century Synopsis o...
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Siege of Trebizond (1205–06)
The Siege of Trebizond from 1205 to 1206 was an attempt by the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm to take the city along the coast of the Black Sea. William Miller explains this action as punishment for "the dis...
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Saint Gregory of Nyssa Church, Trabzon
Saint Gregory of Nyssa was a church and monastery of Trabzon. It's believed the church was built around 1280-1297 by the wife of John III, Emperor of Trabzon. After 1665, St Gregory became the cathedr...
Trabzon Castle
The Trabzon Castle (Turkish: Trabzon Kalesi) is a fortress located in the city of Trabzon, northeastern Turkey. Constructed on foundations dating back to Byzantine era with cut stones from former ...
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Basilios Bessarion
Basilios (or Basilius) Bessarion (in Greek Βασίλειος Βησσαρίων) (2 January 1403 – 18 November 1472), a Roman Catholic Cardinal Bishop and the titular Latin Patriarch of Constantinople, was one of...
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Kızlar Monastery
Kızlar Monastery or Panagia Monastery at the foot of Boztepe mountain over looking the Trabzon city. The monastery complex built on two terraces, is surrounded by a protective high wall. The monastery...
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Yeni Cuma Mosque
The Yeni Cuma Mosque is a mosque in Trabzon, Turkey. It was built during Byzantine times as the Hagios Eugenios Church, dedicated to Saint Eugenius, the patron saint of the city.It is not known exactl...
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Perateia
Perateia (Greek: Περατεία, "place beyond [the sea]", see also Peraia) was the overseas territory of the Empire of Trebizond, comprising the Crimean cities of Cherson, Kerch and their hinterlands. ...
Black Sea hostage crisis
The Black Sea hostage crisis took place January 16–19, 1996 on the Black Sea during the First Chechen War. The Panamanian-registered ferry Avrasaya with 177 passengers and 55 crew members on board wa...
Trebizond Gospel
Trebizond Gospel, ℓ 243 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), is a Byzantine illuminated manuscript with the text of Gospel Lectionary, dating palaeographically to the 11th century with 15 parchment leave...
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Trebizond Campaign
The Trebizond Campaign, also known as the Battle of Trebizond was a series of successful Russian naval and land operations that resulted in the capture of Trabzon. It was the logistical step after the...
Hagia Sophia, Trabzon
39°41′46″E / 41.00333°N 39.69611°E / 41.00333; 39.69611The Church of Saint Sophia (Greek: Ἁγία Σοφία, meaning "Holy Wisdom" Turkish: Ayasofya), formerly the Saint Soph...
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Akçakale tower
Akçakale is a fortress in Akçaabat, Turkey, lying 18 km west of Trabzon. Built on a terrace facing the sea the fortress is believed to have been built by emperor Alexios II (1297-1330) for protection ...
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Kuştul Monastery
Kuştul Monastery (Turkish: Kuştul Manastırı, Greek: Ιερά Μονή του Αγίου Γεωργίου Περιστερεώτα) is located near Şimşirli village, Maçka district, Trabzon Province, Turkey. Founded in 752 CE at 30&#...
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Tamar of Georgia
Tamar the Great (Georgian: თამარი) (c. 1160 – 18 January 1213) reigned as Queen of Georgia from 1184 to 1213, presiding over the apex of the Georgian Golden Age. A member of the Bagrationi d...
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Nakip Mosque
The Molla Nakip Mosque is a mosque in Pazarkapi district of Trabzon, Turkey.
It was built in the 10th or 11th century, during Byzantine times as a church, and received its present name and functio...
Sümela Monastery
The Sumela Monastery (Greek: Μονή Παναγίας Σουμελά, Moní Panagías Soumelá; Turkish: Sümela Manastırı) is a Greek Orthodox monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary (Panagia, meaning "All Holy" in...
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Trabzon during the Armenian Genocide
Trabzon was a city in the Ottoman Empire where the Armenian Genocide occurred. The method employed to kill was mainly by mass drowning resulting in estimated deaths of 50,000 Armenians. The city was a...
Kalepark
Kalepark (originally called Leonkastron; and later Güzelhisar, meaning "Beautiful Castle" in Turkish) was built by the Genoese and Venetian merchants as a medieval fortress on the east side of Trabzon...