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Karasi Sanjak, (Turkish: Karesi Sancağı ; c. 1341–1922) was one of the first sanjaks of the Ottoman Empire established around 1341 and disestablished after signing the Treaty of Lausanne.
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Immediately after the first conquests in Karasi, the area was made into an Ottoman uj (frontier) sanjak with Biga (Pegae) as its center, under the leadership of Suleiman Pasha, an ardent advocate of frontier warfare (ghaza),