What modern day countries were once part of the Israelite empire?
Part (not all) of Syria, Jordan, Egypt, and Lebanon, as well as most of the Modern State of Israel and the West Bank territories.
Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia and Chile.
10 of the modern day countries that were once part of the Roman empire are Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco, Syria, Egypt, and Turkey. There were many more and also parts of other modern day countries as all of the ancient borders were not the same as today's borders. 10 of the modern day countries that were once part of the Roman empire are Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco, Syria, Egypt… Read More
The countries are: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Sudan, and Somalia.
Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and parts of eastern Turkey.
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They stretch from Libya and Egypt through the Middle East and Central Asia to Pakistan. The names of modern countries that were once part of the Persian Empire are: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Libya, part of northern Greece.
Libya, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of the central Asian countries.
None - the Persian empre stretched from Libya to Central Asia which covers many modern countries, none of which is 'most' of that vast area.
Non-Roman soldiers were called auxiliaries. They did not come from other countries as: 1) countries in the modern sense of the word did nit exist back then; the nation-state was a development of the 19th century; 2) even if countries had existed, once annexed into an empire they would cease to be countries. The auxiliary soldiers came from the provinces (conquered territories) of the empire
The two modern nations that occupied areas that were once part of the Roman empire were India and Egypt
In no particular order: Iraq Jordan Iran Armenia Lebanon Cyprus Palestine Israel Egypt Georgia Turkey Azerbaijan
Modern day Bolivia. Was once part of the Inca empire.
Quite a few the sun never set on the Empire
Over 50 countries around the world were once part of the British Empire - too many to list here.
Libya, Egypt, Isreal, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, parts of southern states of Central Asia.
The countries that were once apart of the Roman Empire are : Rome,Spain,Uk,France,Egypt,Morocco,Portugal,Netherlands,Belgium,Luxembourg libya,Iraq,Italy and Switzerland!!!
Scholars are divided on the size of the Israelite empire described in the Bible, with 'maximalist' and 'minimalist' views. The 'maximalist' view says that it would have included Damascus. Thus, Solomon's biblical empire could have included today's Israel, Palestinian Territories, the southern parts of Syria and and Lebanon, and west Jordan. Modern archaeologists say otherwise - that there they can find no evidence of a great Israelite empire during the tenth century BCE. They say… Read More
There was no Phoenician empire. Phoenicians formed a series of independent city-states in the Syria-Lebanon area. They established trading stations around the Mediterranean littoral, and one developed into an independent city called Carthage in Tunisia.
The Persian Empire took in Part of: Afghanistan, Arabia, Bulgaria, Greece, India, Pakistan, Russia, and Ukraine. The Persian Empire took in all of: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Libya.
Three modern nations that were once part of the Roman empire are Italy, France, and Spain. There were many more ranging from Britain to northern Africa and from the Atlantic ocean to present day Asia. Three modern nations that were once part of the Roman empire are Italy, France, and Spain. There were many more ranging from Britain to northern Africa and from the Atlantic ocean to present day Asia. Three modern nations that were… Read More
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Yes Livonia was once apart of Prussia. Like a lot of other countries, it is a MicroNation.
Mexico, Paraguay, Argentina, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Uruguay, Guatamala, Peru, Chile, El Salvador, and Bolivia once belonged to the Spanish Empire.
Commonwealth countries are those countries that are members of an organization called the Commonwealth of Nations. Most members, but not all, were once part of the British Empire.
Czechoslovakia split into the modern day countries of the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1992/1993.
the three countries were: Iraq, Syria, Lenabon.
Germany and china and spain.
It means that independent countries who were once upon a time colonies under the British Empire.
No way. Commonwealth countries are all states who once belong to the British Empire.
The Persian Empire once stretched from Libya in the west, through Egypt and the Middle East, to Afghanistan and Pakistan in the east.
Some countries still have remains of their once massive empires, for example, the United Kingdom has several territories in every continent as well as France.
They were all once part of the British Empire and governed by the King/Queen of England
Modern-Day Countries of which some of their territory was controlled by the Ottoman Empire: Italy Austria Slovakia Ukraine Georgia Armenia Azerbaijan Iran Oman Yemen Saudi Arabia Sudan Morocco Somalia Ethiopia Modern Day Countries of which all of their territory (except sparsely populated regions) was controlled by the Ottoman Empire at some point: Algeria Libya Tunisia Malta Egypt Israel Palestine Jordan Lebanon Syria Cyprus Iraq Kuwait Qatar Bahrain United Arab Emirates Turkey Greece Bulgaria Romania Moldova… Read More
Iraq, eastern Syria, south eastern Turkey.
No, all of the countries that were once in the British Empire were all freed at the end of World War 2 as Britain was nearly bankrupt! Also, I don't think France was ever in the British Empire.
The Aztecs had their capital in Mexico. They originated in modern day Central America and their empire expanded over southern Mexico and some of Guatemala.
Pakistan and India
Unfortunately all countries in Eastern were not recently dominant powers in Eastern Europe except the Soviet Union. So many new countries have been created recently that it can be said that all of these were not dominant powers. Problem with question is that in past almost all countries in Eastern Europe were part of or carried name of once dominant powers. Examples are the countries that once were part of one of the world's empires… Read More
The Roman Empire covered the following modern day countries or parts of modern countries: Western Europe: Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland south of the river Rhine, southern Germany and part of central Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria and England and Wales. Eastern Europe: western Hungary, part of western Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, part of Romania, part of Moldova and a slither in western Ukraine. Asia… Read More
What is the Rhine the Rhone the Ebro the Po the Nile are modern rivers that once served the roman empire what were there roman names?
the rhine:gaulish renos the rhone:rhodanus and the po: boii
Italy Spain Portugal Egypt France Greece They are: England, France, Spain, Italy and Israel
A trading alliance once called the British Commonwealth of Nations, it initially was an organization of nations which had once been part of the British Empire and which had chosen to retain the British Monarch as titular head. The organization is now called simply the Commonwealth of Nations and includes members that were never part of the British Empire.
It is now the modern capital city of Italy but it once was the power base of the ancient Roman Empire but it still retains some of its historical landmarks.
The city that was once the center of the Mali empire and became the center of the Songhai empire was Gao
Greece, Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Bulgaria, Russia, France, Spain, Italy, Lebanon, Israel. But why eleven countries?
Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom,France,Monaco ,Luxembourg,Belgium,Netherlands,Germany,Switzerland,Italy,San Marino,Vetican, Egypt, Coty,Malta,Austria,Greece,Slovenia,Hungry,Turkey,Syria, Iraq,Cyprus, and Lebonen
Austria and Hungary were once great powers in Europe, called the Austria-Hungary Empire in the early 20th century, The minorities of these countries were the Polish, the Croatians and the Bosnians. The empire existed until the end of WWI in 1918.
All of the former soviet union was once a part of the mongol empire. there were probably a lot more, too.
Iran, once called Persia, is famous for its rich history and culture. Persian Empire was the first modern empire extended from west of China to east Europe. Also Iran is famous for Persian Caviar, Persian Carpet and Persian Cat.
They tried that once...and called it the Persian Empire. It was also called the Ottoman Empire, and the Medes and Persians. All it does is cause warfare OUTWARD, while not curing the inner conflicts.