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Apogee of the Caliphal Empire (700–950 c.e. )

Apogee of the Caliphal Empire (700–950 c.e. )

The mighty land walls of Constantinople, built in the centuries preceding the revelation of Islam, protected the city against repeated invasions, including the unsuccessful Arab campaigns in the seventh and eighth centuries.

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