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Edessa (Greek Ἔδεσσα) was a city in Upper Mesopotamia, founded on an earlier site by Seleucus I Nicator ca. 302 BC. It was also known as Antiochia on the Callirhoe from the 2nd century BC. It was the capital of the semi-independent kingdom of Osroene from c. 132 BC and fell under direct Roman rule in ca. 242. It became an important early centre of Syriac Christianity.It fell to the Muslim conquest in 639, was briefly re-taken by Byzantium in 1031, and became the center of the Crusader state of the County of Edessa during 1098–1144. It fell to the Turkic Zengid dynasty in 1144 and was eventually absorbed by the Ottoman Empire in 1517.

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  • Edessa
  • الرها
  • Edesa
  • Edessa (Mesopotamia)
  • Édesse (Osroène)
  • Edessa (Mesopotâmia)
  • Эдесса
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  • Édesse, urḥa en syriaque, Şanlıurfa en turc, al-Ruhâ en arabe, était la capitale de l'Osroène, un petit État d'abord indépendant (132 av. J.-C. - 216 ap. J.-C.), devenu province romaine en 216, puis incorporé au diocèse d'Orient, de 244 aux Omeyyades.
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Edessa (in arabo: الروها‎, al-Rūhā, in greco Εδεσσα ) era un'antica città del settentrione anatolico-mesopotamico (Assiria). Attualmente rientra nel territorio di Şanlıurfa in Turchia.
  • Edessa (em grego: Eδεσσα) é o nome histórico da cidade refundada no antigo local por Seleuco I Nicator que atualmente se chama Şanlıurfa, situada no norte da Mesopotâmia, no Sudeste da Anatólia, Turquia.
  • Эдесса (др.-греч. Έδεσσα, арм. Ուռհա, Եդեսիա Урха, Едесия) — древний город, предшественник современного города Шанлыурфа (тур. Şanlıurfa) на юго-востоке Турции. Столица Осроены, важный центр раннего христианства.
  • Edessa (Greek Ἔδεσσα) was a city in Upper Mesopotamia, founded on an earlier site by Seleucus I Nicator ca. 302 BC. It was also known as Antiochia on the Callirhoe from the 2nd century BC. It was the capital of the semi-independent kingdom of Osroene from c. 132 BC and fell under direct Roman rule in ca. 242. It became an important early centre of Syriac Christianity.It fell to the Muslim conquest in 639, was briefly re-taken by Byzantium in 1031, and became the center of the Crusader state of the County of Edessa during 1098–1144. It fell to the Turkic Zengid dynasty in 1144 and was eventually absorbed by the Ottoman Empire in 1517.
  • Edesa es el nombre histórico de una ciudad del norte de Mesopotamia, refundada sobre otra anterior por Seleuco I Nicátor. Para la ciudad actual, véase Sanliurfa (es una ciudad situada en la región del sureste de Anatolia, en Turquía). A finales del siglo II a. C., con la desintegración de la monarquía seléucida, pasó al protectorado de Partia, para ser conquistada por el Imperio romano en tiempos de Pompeyo, aunque en ocasiones volvió al dominio parto.
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