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Neo-Assyrian Empire in 738-722BCE

Neo-Assyrian Empire in 738-722BCE

This map shows the historic time period relative to present-day political boundaries.

This map shows the historic time period relative to present-day political boundaries.

Map showing the expansion of the Mughal empire (self-designated as Gurkani) from 1526 to its greatest extent in 1707.

Map showing the expansion of the Mughal empire (self-designated as Gurkani) from 1526 to its greatest extent in 1707.

1453ADThe previous centuries have seen further invasions from central Asia. From the 1230s, the Middle East came under the rule of the Mongols. They conquered Iran and Iraq, and in 1258 captured Baghdad, killing the last of the Caliphs. They were only stopped by the Mamluq Turks, a group of slave-soldiers who had seized control of Egypt, Syria and western Arabia. They ousted the last Crusader toe-holds on the Syrian coast.

1453ADThe previous centuries have seen further invasions from central Asia. From the 1230s, the Middle East came under the rule of the Mongols. They conquered Iran and Iraq, and in 1258 captured Baghdad, killing the last of the Caliphs. They were only stopped by the Mamluq Turks, a group of slave-soldiers who had seized control of Egypt, Syria and western Arabia. They ousted the last Crusader toe-holds on the Syrian coast.

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