Sanjak of Scutari

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; Late 16th and early 17th century The census of 1582—1583 registered the "vilayet of the Black Mountain" (vilayet-i Kara Dağ) as separate administrative unit within Sanjak of Scutari. The vilayet consisted of the following nahiyah and villages: Grbavci with 13 villages, Župa 11, Malonšići 7, Plješivci 14, Cetinje 16, Rijeka 31, Crmnica 11, Paštrovići 36 and Grbalj 9 villages; a total of 148 villages.

unit within Sanjak of Scutari. This part consisted of following nahiyah and villages: * Grbavci with 13 villages * Župa with 11 villages * Malonšići with 7 villages * Plješivci (Pješivci) with 14 villages * Cetinje with 16 villages * Rijeka (Rijeka Crnojevića) with 31 villages * Cernica (Crmnica) (Crmnica) with 11 villages * Paštrovići with 36 villages * Grbalj with 9 villages. There was a total of 148 villages belonging to the Montenegrin subdivision. The 1582


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was established when Ottoman Empire acquired Shkodra after the Siege of Shkodra in 1478-9. A big part of Principality of Zeta was added to territory of Sanjak of Scutari in 1499.


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Shkodra from Republic of Venice date_start event_end date_end 30 May 1913 event1 Ottoman Empire signed Treaty of London (Treaty of London (1913)) date_event1 event2


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In 1867, the Sanjak of Scutari merged with the Sanjak of Skopje and became the Scutari Vilayet. Its sanjaks were Sanjak of Scutari, Prizren, and Sanjak of Dibra. In 1877, Prizren passed to the Kosovo Vilayet and Debar passed to the Monastir Vilayet, while Durrës (Dıraç) township became Durrës Sanjak. In 1878 after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878) Bar (Bar, Montenegro) and Podgorica townships were ceded to Montenegro.


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At the end of 14th century the city came under control of the Republic of Venice and after Ottoman Empire acquired Shkodra from Venice after the siege of Shkodra in 1478-9,


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meters long, with 13 arcs of stone, the largest one being 22 meters wide and 12 meters tall. The Scutari Vilayet was established in 1867


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personal names with an Albanian character, minority with a Serbian character. ** Toponyms show some South Slavic influence ** Islamisation was slowly occurring within the nahiyah, based on the presence of characteristically Muslim names within its population * Zabojana with 48 villages; majority had personal names with an Albanian character, minority with a Serbian character. * Mrko (Mrkojevići) with 9 villages; majority had personal names with a Serbian character, minority with an Albanian character

. * Krajina (Krajina, Montenegro) with 18 villages; majority had personal names with an Albanian character ** Toponyms show an overwhelming South Slavic influence * Gorje Šestan (Džebel-i Šestan) with 7 villages; majority had personal names with a Serbian character, minority with an Albanian character. * Podgorica with 13 villages; majority had personal names with a Serbian character, minority with an Albanian character. * Žabljak (Žabljak Crnojevića) with 8 villages; majority had

personal names with a Serbian character, minority with an Albanian character. * Hoti (Hoti (tribe)) with 8 villages; majority had personal names with an Albanian character, while a minority had with a Serbian character. * Bjelopavlići (Bjelopavlići (clan)) with 6 villages; overwhelming majority had personal names with a Serbian character * Vražegrmci with 16 villages; overwhelming majority had personal names with a Serbian character * Pobor with 11 villages; overwhelming majority had


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last Ćorović first Vladimir title Istorija Jugoslavije authorlink Vladimir Ćorović year 1933 publisher Narodno Delo location Beograd url http: sr.wikisource.org wiki %D0%98%D1%81%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B0_%D0%88%D1%83%D0%B3%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B5_(%D0%92._%D0%8B%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%9B)_3.11 accessdate 27 April 2011 language Serbian quote Год. 1499. припојена је била Црна Гора скадарском санџакату. Али, год. 1514. одвојио је султан поново и поставио

title Istorija Jugoslavije authorlink Vladimir Ćorović year 1933 publisher Narodno Delo location Beograd url http: sr.wikisource.org wiki %D0%98%D1%81%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B0_%D0%88%D1%83%D0%B3%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B5_(%D0%92._%D0%8B%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%9B)_3.11 accessdate 27 April 2011 language Serbian quote 1528... Црна Гора је потом поново припојена скадарском санџакату и остала је са извесним ... правима његов саставни део... ref>

was established when Ottoman Empire acquired Shkodra after the Siege of Shkodra in 1478-9. A big part of Principality of Zeta was added to territory of Sanjak of Scutari in 1499.

Sanjak of Scutari

The '''Sanjak of Scutari''' or '''Sanjak of Shkodra''' ( ; Turkish (Turkish language): ''İskenderiyye Sancağı'' or ''İşkodra Sancağı'' ) was one of the sanjaks of the Ottoman Empire. It was established after Ottoman Empire acquired Shkodra (Shkodër) after the siege of Shkodra in 1478-9. It was part of Rumelia Eyalet until 1867, when it became a part, together with Sanjak of Skopje, of newly established Scutari Vilayet. In 1912 and beginning of 1913 it was occupied by members of Balkan League during the First Balkan War. In 1914 the territory of Sanjak of Scutari became a part of Principality of Albania, established on the basis of peace contract (Treaty of London (1913)) signed during London Conference (London Conference of 1913) in 1913.

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