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Constantinople got is name from the emperor Constantine who built or rebuilt the capitol on the older city of Byzantium.
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Constantinople is known today as Istanbul in Turkey. The name Istanbul is said to derive from the Greek phrase (Is-tin-poli) which means "To The City." During… the East Roman Empire (later known as the Byzantine Empire) the City of Constantinople was also known by many other descriptive names, such as: The City The Queen of Cities The God-guarded City The Eye of the World The Envy of the World Constantinople was the capital of the East Roman Empire (founded by Constantine the Great in 330 AD) and very quickly became the largest and wealthiest city in the world at that time.
Constantinople is modern day Istanbul, Turkey. Constantinople was located on the Bosporus Strait, the waterway that connects the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. Therefore, i…t was very strategically placed, being both defended by water on three sides, and also well positioned to demand taxes from ships traveling the trade routes.
Historically Constantinople was the capital of the Byzantine (Eastern Roman Empire) Empire
Constantinople is the historical name of Istanbul, Turkey.
The citizens of Constantinople often came to the Hippodrome. The Hippodrome held a lot of activities such as horse racing, chariot racing, and Gladiator games.
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It is now called Istanbul.
It is a city in Turkey (now it is called Istanbul). Constantinople was a city which the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great designated as his imperial seat and ren…amed it after himself (it means City of Constantine). It is best known as the capital of the Byzantine Empire. It was conquered by the Turks and it was reamed Istanbul.
Constantine I renamed it from Byzantium to Constantinople in the year of 327 AD.
When the Roman Empire was split into two, and the Western Roman Empire was then taken over by the Germanic invaders, for a thousand years Constantinople (ex-Byzantium) was… the capital and centre of the Roman (Byzantine) Empire, maintaining the Graeco-Roman civilisation in a Europe degrading into the Dark Age. It maintained this remnant of civilisation for long enough for the Renaissance in central and western Europe to begin the long hard road to modern civilisation, until the Byzantine Empire was snuffed out by the Turkish invaders.
constantinople traded great goods such as wines, woven goods and metalwork. They specifically traded this during the time of the Silk Road.
Answer . \nConstantinople was not a person. It was an Ancient Roman place that the emperor Constantine founded. The former name of the current Istanbul, Constantinople was …named after the Emperor Constantine
Constantinople is famous for being one of the greatest cities in history it was known to be the capital of the Byzantine Empire, which is the Eastern part of the Roman E…mpire, it was also reached its height of power by the Emperor Justinian.