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  • (diff | hist) . . Ottoman Empire‎; 16:27 . . (-1). .Khestwol (talk | contribs)(ce)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ottoman Empire‎; 14:31 . . (+402). .Khestwol (talk | contribs)(removed unsourced/wrong info. Added ref: caliph had been used by the Ottomans as a general title since the time of Murad I)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ottoman Empire‎; 12:58 . . (-2). .Lemfy (talk | contribs)(First caliph change, first was selim I)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ottoman Empire‎; 11:24 . . (+7). .85.103.159.208 (talk)(The eagle was the symbol of the Roman Empire. It had a single head when Rome was the sole capital. The original "double headed eagle" dates from after 395 AD: the head looking West represents Rome, the head looking East represents Constantinople.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Ottoman Empire‎; 11:08 . . (-147). .85.103.159.208 (talk)(The double-headed eagle was a Byzantine symbol adopted by the Seljuk Turks as the main symbol of their state, but not formally used by the Ottoman Turks as a state symbol.)

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