Karabakh in Maps: Karabakh in Medieval Times

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Karabakh as a part of Caucasian Albania

Karabakh during the expansion of the Sassanid Empire, 5th century.

Historical Map of Europe in the time of Odoacer, 476 – 493.
Inset: South-Western Europe in 525.

University of Texas at Austin. From the Public Schools Historical Atlas by C. Colbeck, 1905.

Karabakh as a part of Caucasian Albania during the expansion of the Sassanid Empire, 5th century.

Karabakh under Arran region of Abbasid Caliphate

Karabakh as a part of Arran province of Abbasid Caliphate, VII-IX cc.

Karabakh as a part of Arran province of Abbasid Caliphate

Karabakh between Seljuk Turks and Khazars

Karabakh under dominion of two Turkic states: Seljuks and Khazars. XI c.

Historical Map of Europe and the Mediterranean Lands about 1097.
University of Texas at Austin. Historical Atlas by William Shepherd (1923-26)

Karabakh under dominion of two Turkic states: Seljuks and Khazars. XI c

Karabakh and the political map of Europe in 1097

Historical Map of Europe and the Mediterranean Lands about 1097
Illustrating related states: Seljuk Turks and Khazars

University of Texas at Austin. Historical Atlas by William Shepherd (1923-26)

Karabakh and the political map of Europe in 1097
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