Sanjak of Vize
|Sanjak of Vize
Ottoman Turkish: Liva-i Vize
|Sanjak of the Ottoman Empire|
|-||Ottoman conquest||ca. 1470|
|-||Capital moved to Tekfürtaği||1849|
|Today part of||Turkey|
The town became the seat of a sanjak as part of the Rumelia Eyalet in the last third of the 15th century, By the mid-17th century, it had come under the Özü Eyalet, after 1812 to the Silistra Eyalet, and by 1846 to the Edirne Eyalet. It was renamed into Sanjak of Tekfürtaği in 1849, after the new capital, Tekfürtaği (mod. Tekirdağ). Vize itself was detached in 1879 and came under the Sanjak of Kırk Kilise.
- Birken (1976), p. 59
- Birken (1976), pp. 59, 85, 88
- Birken (1976), p. 85
- Birken (1976), p. 100
- Birken, Andreas (1976). Die Provinzen des Osmanischen Reiches. Beihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients (in German) 13. Reichert. ISBN 9783920153568.
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