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 Knights the Last Battle (v )  » posted under Knights the Last Battle on Aug 13, 2010, 04:40:34 am
THE BEST MOD

THE BEST MOD I've ever seen. PREVIOUS GAMES ALL GAMES COMES and thus have more time to the 1000 HIGH AND BEAUTIFUL.
GIVE ALL LABOR FOR THIS GREAT MOD I THANK everybody again and again.
PERFECT THING YOU DO and you can be so proved.
I am so fortunate and hope.
God bless you ... :-D
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 Open Source Project Warband - Nativ (v )  » posted under Native Mod Compilation - Lite 1.00 on Aug 11, 2010, 01:19:54 pm
Bless you my friend perfect idea. :-D
Awesome project,
magnificent mod !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 1257 AD (improved) (v 0.95pre8)  » posted under Anno Domini 1257 on Jul 09, 2010, 05:23:41 pm
Also I must say because many people dont know or confusing this Mongolian is not Turkish !!!!!!!!!

please separate and search and understand you can reach every source TURKS are very different nation from mongolians.
like as a black and white mongolian like Chinese. different Rice dont forget different culture but mongolians be influenced by TURKS.
WHAT İS THE POPULATİON OF TURKS? AND WHAT İS THE POPULATIN OF MONGALİAN ? these days and before medieval age....
Same people says great cegiz khan
I AND MANY HİSTORYCAL REAL SOURCE SAYS
But mongolian dont understant courage,honor,justice,mercifuly?
this are MAIN GRACE OF TURKS but mongolian did'nt have this value.
For example historical word ;

"Tamerlane was an extremely destructive invader, far more wanton and cruel than Genghis Khan had ever been."

"both worse than each other"
If you do not believe you can search. :-?
hey I dont say above this, already history has proved everything!!!!!!!!!! B-)

all of them mongolians below this
---27. Ilkhanate
---13. The Mongol Empire
---Timurid dynasty(1370)

they are known as vandalist,cruel,bloodthirsty,murderer,violator.

They did this ugly business. Because they were not Muslim or Turkish. They rape women and children, and the tower were cut bald.
What they wanted from the library, and scientific works are burned cruel.
molten silver into the mouth of a man was executed by Cengiz khan wrote very well.
they do not invade people live in cities, including cats, birds, even massacred leave the streets for days, and Turkish Muslims were watered with the blood.
Everywhere they go, they did the same and worse atrocities in the Middle East Asia Europe ...
They replied mongolian see this in this region will not spend more than
interests lie, and only for the Muslims are just ..
but they were not real Muslims. Turkish Muslims had ruled for a period of some
Turks and the Crusaders were expelled because when tired at all ages from all over the back with the union and the Mongols and the Crusaders struck.
a bloody page of history was more open, and they are known in Anatolia Ilkhanate
But despite everything, there was umud independence was the most important thing to understand the power of the Turks found out late for the western
Turks even though they finished as they are born again from the ashes ...

How to naoplyon Turkey Turks were defeated and Napoleon for what he said. How to Gallipoli the Turks prevailed all over the world read it heeey! humanity. How did the Turks mozart compositions. To read more enlightened enlightenment hey you do not have many places of western civilization
Turks may know everyone better listen good has features different from all the nations. mongolian race, language, and culture from the religion of humanity is a very different.
Turks even though they finished as they are born again from the ashes ...
After the Seljuks are
A Turkish state in Anatolia, one more than another one ...
You've looked after
born in the territory of Ottoman Anatolia bizansa let out great challenge has been conquered rose up ...
justice wherever he goes to the science of human rights have taken a few centuries after the great Asian civilizations, the empire was dominated by Europe and Africa.
mongolian turks with folks here is the real difference.
without the Turks, the date would be bastard
God bless you!

Eywallah!

B-)
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 1257 AD (improved) (v 0.95pre8)  » posted under Anno Domini 1257 on Jul 09, 2010, 03:59:22 pm

The Sultanate of Rûm and surrounding states, c. 1200.After the death of the last sultan of Great Seljuk, Tuğrul III, in 1194, the Seljuks of Rum became the sole ruling representatives of the dynasty. Kaykhusraw I seized Konya from the Crusaders in 1205. Under his rule and those of his two successors, Kaykaus I and Kayqubad I, Seljuk power in Anatolia reached its apogee. Kaykhusraw's most important achievement was the capture of the harbour of Attalia (Antalya) on the Mediterranean coast in 1207. His son Kaykaus captured Sinop and made the Empire of Trebizond his vassal in 1214. He also subjugated Cilician Armenia but in 1218 was forced to surrender the city of Aleppo acquired from al-Kamil. Kayqubad continued to acquire lands along the Mediterranean coast from 1221 to 1225. In the 1220s, he sent an expeditionary force across the Black Sea to Crimea.[5] In the east he defeated the Mengüceks and began to pressure on the Artukid.

Downfall

Hanabad caravanserai in Çardak (1230)Kaykhusraw II (1237–1246) began his reign by capturing the region around Diyarbekir, but in 1239 he had to face an uprising led by a popular preacher named Baba Ishak. After three years, when he had finally quelled the revolt, the Crimean foothold was lost and the state and the sultanate's army had weakened. It is in these conditions that he had to face a far more dangerous threat, that of the expanding Mongols. Mongol forces took Erzurum in 1242 and in 1243, the sultan was crushed by Bayju in the Battle of Köse Dag (a mountain between the cities of Sivas and Erzincan) and the Seljuks henceforth began to owe allegiance to the Mongols and gradually became their vassals. The sultan himself had fled to Antalya after the 1243 battle, where he died in 1246, his death starting a period of tripartite, and then dual rule that lasted until 1260.

The Seljuk realm was divided among Kaykhusraw's three sons. The eldest, Kaykaus II (1246–1260), assumed the rule in the area west of the river Kızılırmak. His younger brothers, Kilij Arslan IV (1248–1265) and Kayqubad II (1249–1257) were set to rule the regions east of the river under Mongol administration. In October 1256, Bayju defeated Kaykaus II near Aksaray and all of Anatolia became officially subject to Möngke Khan. In 1260 Kaykaus II fled from Konya to Crimea where he died in 1279. Kilij Arslan IV was executed in 1265 and Kaykhusraw III (1265–1284) became the nominal ruler of all of Anatolia, with the tangible power exercised either by the Mongols or the sultan's influential regents.


The declining Sultanate of Rûm, vassal of the Mongols, and the emerging beyliks, c. 1300.The Seljuk state had started to split into small emirates (Beyliks) that increasingly distanced themselves from both Mongol and Seljuk control. In 1277, responding to a call from Anatolia, the Mameluk sultan Baybars raided Anatolia and defeated the Mongols, temporarily replacing them as the administrator of the Seljuk realm. But since the native forces who had called him to Anatolia did not manifest themselves for the defense of the land, he had to return to his homebase in Egypt, and the Mongol administration was re-assumed, officially and severely.

Towards the end of his reign, Kaykhusraw III could claim direct sovereignty only over lands around Konya. Some of the Beyliks (including the Ottomans in their very beginnings) and Seljuk governors of Anatolia continued to recognize, albeit nominally, the supremacy of the sultan in Konya, delivering the khutba in the name of the sultans in Konya in recognition of their sovereignty, and the sultans continued to call themselves Fahreddin, the Pride of Islam. When Kaykhusraw III was executed in 1284, the Seljuk dynasty suffered another blow from internal struggles which lasted until 1303 when the son of Kaykaus II, Mesud II, established himself as sultan in Kayseri. He was murdered in 1307 as well as his son Mesud III soon afterwards. A distant relative to the Seljuk dynasty momentarily installed himself as emir of Konya, but he was defeated and his lands conquered by the Karamanoğlu in 1328. The sultanate's monetary sphere of influence lasted slightly longer and coins of Seljuk mint, generally considered to be of reliable value, continued to be used throughout the 14th century, once again, including by the Ottomans.

hey!!!
my friends you must add the 3 important faction the Ottomans this period may 1299 (feodal structure)
but fall of Sultanate of Rûm The Seljuk state had started to split into small emirates (Beyliks)
karaman (beyliği)

3 MORE FACTION for - historically correct map with accurate trade routes- historically accurate persons- historically accurate castles

the Ottomans

Sultanate of Rûm The Seljuk state

Karaman (beyliği)

“HISTORY WOULD BE BASTARD, IF WITHOUT TURKISH !!!”
Many thanks :-)
Eywallah!




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 1257 AD (improved) (v 0.95pre8)  » posted under Anno Domini 1257 on Jul 09, 2010, 03:57:25 pm
Turkish exits from 370 AD
The Huns were a group of nomadic pastoral people who, appearing from beyond the Volga, migrated into Europe c. 370 AD and built up an enormous empire in Europe. Since De Guignes linked them with the Xiongnu who had been northern neighbours of China three hundred years before, considerable scholarly effort has been devoted in investigating such a connection. However, there is no evidence for a direct connection between the Xiongnu and the Huns.The relationships of the language of the Huns have been the subject of debate for centuries. The leading[citation needed] current theory is that it was a Turkic language.
What is the meaning of Hungarian, hungariya, macaristan ,HUN Turk'ü,
ATTILLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Huns may have stimulated the Great Migration, a contributing factor in the collapse of the Roman Empire.They formed a unified empire under Attila the Hun, who died in 453; their empire broke up the next year. Their descendants, or successors with similar names, are recorded by neighbouring populations to the south, east, and west as having occupied parts of Eastern Europe and Central Asia roughly from the 4th century to the 6th century. Variants of the Hun name are recorded in the Caucasus until the early 8th century.
The Magyars (Hungarians) in particular lay claim to Hunnic heritage. Although Magyar tribes only began to settle in the geographical area of present-day Hungary in the very end of the 9th century, some 450 years after the dissolution of the Hunnic tribal confederation, Hungarian prehistory includes Magyar origin legends, which may have preserved some elements of historical truth. The Huns who invaded Europe represented a loose coalition of various peoples, so some Magyars might have been part of it, or may later have joined descendants of Attila's men, who still claimed the name of Huns. The national anthem of Hungary describes the Hungarians as "blood of Bendegúz'" (the medieval and modern Hungarian version of Mundzuk, Attila's father). Attila's brother Bleda is called Buda in modern Hungarian. The city of Buda has been said to derive its name from him. Until the early 20th century, many Hungarian historians believed that the Székely people were the descendants of the Huns, but that is no longer the scholarly consensus.

ALSO BULGARİANS IS NOT A SLOVENIC TIRBE
The Bulgars (also Bolgars, Bulghars, or Proto-Bulgarians) were a people known in eastern European history during the Middle ages. Their ethnicity is uncertain but most scholars posit that they were a Turkic people with some Iranian elements that migrated to Europe from Central Asia in 4th century.In the 7th century they established two states in the Pontic-Caspian steppe: Great Bulgaria, which spanned between the Caspian and Black Seas, and Volga Bulgaria built on the territory that is nowadays part of the Russian Republics of Tatarstan and Chuvashia. Likewise, they imposed themselves in the Balkans as the elite ruling class of the Danube Bulgar Khanate. In each of these regions they were gradually assimilated over a period of centuries by the local ethnic groups, giving rise to several modern peoples claiming descent from them: Volga Tatars (see Bulgarism) and Chuvash, Balkars and Bulgarians.
THE BULGARS ADOPTED CHRISTIANITY.SOME BULGAR INSCRIPTIONS WRITTEN IN GREEK AND LATER IN SLAVONIC REFER TO THE BULGARIAN RULER RESPECTIVELY WITH THE GREEK TITLE ARCHON OR THE SLAVIC TITLE KNYAZ. BULGARS HUNGARS ASIMILATED PERIOD OF MEDIEVAL AGE BY CHRISTIANITY. They are not turkish any more
I have a question my friend where is the origin of this nations, you can search and understand...

my AIM is answering this question(also sory my terrible englis my main language is Turkish)

How can I help us? ;-)

I could use help with the following:

- historical research(I think most important subject!)
- suggestions
- translations


1257----> 12. 13. century also maybe 14 because game is not static date changes day by day.any way I mean missing historical parts important parts

Battle of Manzikert

The Battle of Manzikert, or Malazgirt, was fought between the Byzantine Empire and Seljuq forces led by Alp Arslan on August 26, 1071 near Manzikert (modern Malazgirt in Muş Province, Turkey). The decisive defeat of the Byzantine army and the capture of the Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes[5] played an important role in undermining Byzantine authority in Anatolia and Armenia.[6]

The brunt of the battle was borne by the professional soldiers from the eastern and western tagmata, as large numbers of the mercenaries and Anatolian levies fled early and survived the battle.[7] The fallout from Manzikert was near disastrous for the empire, with subsequent numerous civil conflicts and an economic crisis severely weakening the empire's ability to adequately defend its borders.[8]This led to the mass movement of Turks into central Anatolia and by 1080, an area of 30,000 square miles (78,000 km2) had been lost to the empire. It took a decade of internal strife before Alexios I Komnenos (1081 to 1118) brought stability back to the empire.
Captivity of Romanos Diogenes
Alp Arslan: "What would you do if I were brought before you as a prisoner?"
Romanos: "Perhaps I'd kill you, or exhibit you in the streets of Constantinople."
Alp Arslan: "My punishment is far heavier. I forgive you, and set you free."
this shows us Alp Arslan as a great commender,merciful leader,just,big thinker person.Because HE is Muslim & Turk==> merciful & justice Turkish I mean even medival period
for example The Great Seljuq Empire also The Ottoman Empire.They are not asimilate our subjected nation they protect muslim or non muslim for the got for the justice.
If you dont understant open your eyes and search true history of turks anatolia bizantium. after 1453 constantina metropol is conquered by SULTAN II MEHMET HAN
called FATİH SULTAN MEHMET after coquest world enter the anormous changes enlightenment age started hundered years war has ended.... and many changes on europa,asia and africa,
Expansion and apogee (1453–1566)

Mehmed II enters Constantinople.The Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453 cemented the status of the Empire as the preeminent power in southeastern Europe and the eastern Mediterranean. During this time, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of conquest and expansion, extending its borders deep into Europe and North Africa. Conquests on land were driven by the discipline and innovation of the Ottoman military; and on the sea, the Ottoman navy aided this expansion significantly. The navy also contested and protected key seagoing trade routes, in competition with the Italian city states in the Black Sea, Aegean and Mediterranean seas and the Portuguese in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean. The state also flourished economically thanks to its control of the major overland trade routes between Europe and Asia.[14] This lock-hold on trade between western Europe and Asia is often cited [by whom?] as a primary motivational reason for Isabella I of Castile to fund Christopher Columbus's westward journey to find a sailing route to Asia.

The Empire prospered under the rule of a line of committed and effective sultans. Sultan Selim I (1512–1520) dramatically expanded the Empire's eastern and southern frontiers by defeating Shah Ismail of Safavid Persia, in the Battle of Chaldiran.Selim I established Ottoman rule in Egypt, and created a naval presence on the Red Sea. After this Ottoman expansion, a competition started between the Portuguese Empire and the Ottoman Empire to become the dominant power in the region.[16]

Selim's successor, Suleiman the Magnificent (1520–1566), further expanded upon Selim's conquests. After capturing Belgrade in 1521, Suleiman conquered the southern and central parts of the Kingdom of Hungary. (The western, northern and northeastern parts remained independent.)[17][18] After his victory in the Battle of Mohács in 1526, he established Ottoman rule in the territory of present-day Hungary (except the western part) and other Central European territories, (See also: Ottoman–Hungarian Wars). He then laid siege to Vienna in 1529, but failed to take the city after the onset of winter forced his retreat.[19] In 1532, he made another attack on Vienna with an army thought to be over 250,000 strong, but was repulsed 97 kilometres (60 mi) south of the city at the fortress of Guns.

History (first at all)
[edit] Rise (1299–1453)
Main article: Rise of the Ottoman Empire
With the demise of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rūm (circa 1300), Turkish Anatolia was divided into a patchwork of independent states, the so-called Ghazi emirates. By 1300, a weakened Byzantine Empire had lost most of its Anatolian provinces to ten Ghazi principalities. One of the Ghazi emirates was led by Osman I (from which the name Ottoman is derived), son of Ertuğrul, around Eskişehir in western Anatolia. Osman I extended the frontiers of Ottoman settlement toward the edge of the Byzantine Empire. He moved the Ottoman capital to Bursa, and shaped the early political development of the nation. Given the nickname "Kara" (which means "black" in modern Turkish, but alternatively meant "brave" or "strong" in old Turkish) for his courage,[13] Osman I was admired as a strong and dynamic ruler long after his death. This is shown by the centuries-old Turkish phrase, "May he be as good as Osman."

His reputation was burnished by the medieval Turkish story known as "Osman's Dream". In this foundation myth, the young Osman was inspired to conquest by a prescient vision of empire (according to his dream, the empire is a big tree whose roots spread through three continents and whose branches cover the sky). In this period, a formal Ottoman government was created whose institutions would change drastically over the life of the empire. The government used the legal entity known as the millet, under which religious and ethnic minorities were allowed to manage their own affairs with substantial independence from central control.


The Battle of Nicopolis in 1396.In the century after the death of Osman I, Ottoman rule began to extend over the Eastern Mediterranean and the Balkans. The important city of Thessaloniki was captured from the Venetians in 1387. The Turkish victory at the Battle of Kosovo in 1389 effectively marked the end of Serbian power in the region, paving the way for Ottoman expansion into Europe. The Battle of Nicopolis in 1396, widely regarded as the last large-scale crusade of the Middle Ages, failed to stop the advance of the victorious Ottomans. With the extension of Turkish dominion into the Balkans, the strategic conquest of Constantinople became a crucial objective. The Empire controlled nearly all former Byzantine lands surrounding the city, but the Byzantines were temporarily relieved when Tamerlane invaded Anatolia in the Battle of Ankara in 1402. He took Sultan Bayezid I as a prisoner. Part of the Ottoman territories in the Balkans (such as Thessaloniki, Macedonia and Kosovo) were temporarily lost after 1402, but were later recovered by Murad II between the 1430s and 1450s.

The capture of Bayezid I threw the Turks into disorder. The state fell into a civil war which lasted from 1402 to 1413, as Bayezid's sons fought over succession. It ended when Mehmed I emerged as the sultan and restored Ottoman power, bringing an end to the Interregnum. His grandson, Mehmed the Conqueror, reorganized the state and the military, and demonstrated his martial prowess by capturing Constantinople on May 29, 1453, at the age of 21.

Mehmed II made the city the new capital of the Ottoman Empire, and he assumed the title of Kayser-i Rûm (Caesar Romanus = Roman Emperor). But, Greeks and western European peoples did not recognize this title. The Russian Tsars also claimed to be the successors to the eastern imperial title. To consolidate his claim, Mehmed II wanted to gain control over the Western capital, Rome, and Ottoman forces occupied parts of the Italian peninsula They started with the invasion of Otranto and Apulia on July 28, 1480. After Mehmed II's death on May 3, 1481, the campaign in Italy was cancelled and Ottoman forces retreated.

before and at the same time anatolian history

The Sultanate of Rûm (Modern Turkish: Anadolu Selçuklu Devleti or Rum Selçuklu Devleti [2]) was the continuation of the Great Seljuq Empire in Anatolia,[citation needed] in direct lineage from 1077 to 1307, with capitals first at İznik and then at Konya. Since the court of the sultanate was highly mobile, cities like Kayseri and Sivas also functioned at times as capitals. At its height the sultanate stretched across central Anatolia from the Antalya-Alanya shoreline on the Mediterranean coast to the territory of Sinop on the Black Sea. In the east, the sultanate absorbed other Turkish states and reached Lake Van. Its westernmost limit was near Denizli and the gates of the Aegean basin.

The term "Rûm" comes from the Arabic word for the Roman Empire. The Seljuks called the lands of their sultanate Rum because it had been established on territory long considered "Roman", i.e. Byzantine, by Muslim armies.[3] The state is occasionally called the Sultanate of Konya (or Sultanate of Iconium) in older western sources.

The sultanate prospered, particularly during the late 12th and early 13th centuries when it took from the Byzantines key ports on the Mediterranean and Black Sea coasts. Within Anatolia the Seljuks fostered trade through a program of caravanserai-building, which facilitated the flow of goods from Iran and Central Asia to the ports. Especially strong trade ties with the Genoese formed during this period. The increased wealth allowed the sultanate to absorb other Turkish states that had been established in eastern Anatolia after the Battle of Manzikert: the Danishmends, the Mengücek, the Saltuklu, and the Artuklu. Seljuk sultans successfully bore the brunt of the Crusades but in 1243 succumbed to the advancing Mongols. The Seljuks became vassals of the Mongols, and despite the efforts of shrewd administrators to preserve the state's integrity, the power of the sultanate disintegrated during the second half of the 13th century and had disappeared completely by the first decade of the 14th.

In its final decades, the territory of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm saw the emergence of a number of small principalities or beyliks, among which that of the Osmanoğlu, known later as the Ottomans, rose to dominance.

In the 1070s, the Seljuk commander Suleyman bin Kutalmish, a distant cousin of Malik Shah and a former contender for the throne of the Great Seljuk Empire, came to power in western Anatolia. In 1075, he captured the Byzantine cities of Nicaea (İznik) and Nicomedia (İzmit). Two years later he declared himself sultan of an independent Seljuk state and established his capital at İznik.[4]

Suleyman was killed in Antioch in 1086 by Tutush I, the Seljuk ruler of Syria, and Suleyman's son Kilij Arslan I was imprisoned. When Malik Shah died in 1092, Kilij Arslan was released and immediately established himself in his father's territories. He was eventually defeated by soldiers of the First Crusade and driven back into south-central Anatolia, where he set up his state with capital in Konya. In 1107, he ventured east and captured Mosul but died the same year fighting Malik Shah’s son Mehmed Tapar.

Meanwhile, another Rum Seljuk, Melikshah (not to be confused with the Great Seljuk sultan of the same name), captured Konya. In 1116 Kilij Arslan's son, Mesud I took the city with the help of the Danishmends. Upon Mesud's death in 1156, the sultanate controlled nearly all of central Anatolia. Mesud's son, Kilij Arslan II, captured the remaining territories around Sivas and Malatya from the last of the Danishmends. At the Battle of Myriokephalon in 1176, Kilij Arslan also defeated a Byzantine army led by Manuel I Comnenus, dealing a major blow to Byzantine power in the region. Despite a temporary occupation of Konya in 1190 by German forces of the Third Crusade, the sultanate was quick to recover and consolidate its power.


The Sultanate of Rûm and surrounding states, c. 1200.After the deat
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 1257 AD (improved) (v 0.95pre7)  » posted under Anno Domini 1257 on Jul 06, 2010, 04:38:55 pm
Same problem I have :!:
RGL ERROR
Unable to open file: CommonRes\fur_armors_a.brf

What can I do :?:
I can not start the game. I can not reach the main menu. first error message occur and I close the error message after loading the game give another error.
and I have no choice "ctrl alt delete".
because every thing stop in loading phase like dead lock :!: .

then I heard terrible error sound. :-?
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