A̱byintyokshan A̱toman

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A̱byintyokshan A̱toman
historical country
Yet kapCentral Powers Jhyuk
Kpaat29 Zwat A̱natat 1299, 1300 Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱ti ku mbyinدولت عالیه عثمانیه Jhyuk
Khwi ku nwuan-ta̱cya̱Khwikpaa̱pyia̱ Jhyuk
Á̱ ku nwuak a̱lyootOsman I Jhyuk
Office held by head of the organizationsultan of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
A̱lyem a̱gwomna̱tiOttoman Turkish Jhyuk
A̱bwomImperial anthems of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
Lyuut a̱laseap huدولت ابد مدت Jhyuk
Vam-a̱byinA̱siya, Yurop, Afrika Jhyuk
A̱byinA̱byintyokshan A̱toman Jhyuk
A̱keangtungConstantinople Jhyuk
Coordinate location41°0′0″N 29°0′0″E Jhyuk
Ofit nang a̱kwak a̱son a̱byin wu ba̱ng a̱nisultan of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
Sa kpa cam a̱byinGeneral Assembly of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
A̱gba̱ndang a̱lisaaikurumOttoman Bank Jhyuk
Diplomatic relationPersian Empire, Ukrainian People's Republic Jhyuk
KurumAkçe, kuruş, Ottoman lira, sultani Jhyuk
Byia̱ (a̱gi̱)gak ma̱ngKingdom of Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary, Austrian Empire, Kingdom of Hungary Jhyuk
Yet a̱ci̱tByzantine Empire, Empire of Trebizond Jhyuk
Replaced byGovernment of the Grand National Assembly, occupation of Smyrna Jhyuk
Ci̱tAbbasid Caliphate, Byzantine Empire, Beylik of Osman, Beylik of Bafra, Maona of Chios and Phocaea Jhyuk
Language usedOttoman Turkish, Persian, La̱ra̱ba, Helen, Fi̱ransa Jhyuk
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date17 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Jhyiung 1922 Jhyuk
Tyiang a̱toot shiflags of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
A̱lama a̱byincoat of arms of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
Official religionSunni Islam Jhyuk
Nkhanghistory of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
Tung zwa a̱pyia̱ a̱lyiat hueconomic history of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
Demographics of topicdemographics of the Ottoman Empire Jhyuk
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A̱byintyokshan A̱toman ka, Ottoman Turkish: دولت عليه عثمانيه, romanized: Devlet-i ʿAlīye-i ʿOsmānīye, lit.'A̱kyenkyai Si̱tet A̱toman' wu; Turukya: Osmanlı İmparatorluğu ku Osmanlı Devleti; Fi̱ransa: Empire ottoman[lower-alpha 1][1] á̱ ku lyen mi̱ nkhang ma̱ng a̱fwun ma̱ tai nang A̱byintyokshan Turukya ka a̱ni,[3] ku yet a̱byintyokshan kya[lower-alpha 2] ka̱ ku kwak a̱lyiak A̱tak-a̱tyin Yurop, A̱siya Jenshyung, ma̱ng Afi̱rika A̱za a̱son tsi̱tsak sa̱ncuri 14 wu ma̱ng kap ntsa sa̱ncuri 20 hu. A̱byintyokshan ka ku ka nyia̱ tyok tazwa fam-a̱byin a̱tak-a̱tyin ghyang ma̱ A̱ka̱wa̱tyia̱ Yurop kyiak neet mi̱ sa̱ncuri 16 wu ba̱ng si̱ tat kap ngaan sa̱ncuri 17 hu.[4]

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Strauss, Johann (2010). "A Constitution for a Multilingual Empire: Translations of the Kanun-ı Esasi and Other Official Texts into Minority Languages". In Herzog, Christoph; Malek Sharif (eds.). The First Ottoman Experiment in Democracy. Würzburg: Orient-Institut Istanbul. pp. 21–51. Archived from the original on 11 October 2019. Retrieved 15 September 2019. (info page on book Archived 20 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2019 at the Wayback Machine at Martin Luther University) // CITED: p. 36 (PDF p. 38/338)
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  3. P., E. A. (1916). "Review of The Caliph's Last Heritage: A Short History of the Turkish Empire". The Geographical Journal. 47 (6): 470–472. doi:10.2307/1779249. ISSN 0016-7398. JSTOR 1779249. Archived from the original on 10 Zwat A̱natat 2022. Retrieved 10 Zwat A̱natat 2022.
  4. "A Guide to the United States' History of Recognition, Diplomatic, and Consular Relations, by Country, since 1776: Hungary". U.S. Department of State. Retrieved 24 Zwat A̱ni̱nai 2023.


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