|became emperor||Imparator oldu|
|first emperor||Ilk imparator|
|future emperor||Gelecekteki imparator|
|last emperor||Son imparator|
|new emperor||Yeni imparator|
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· Thumbs up, thumbs down: The cycles of 'cancel culture' →
There's a scene in Ridley Scott's 2000 film Gladiator where the emperor's son, Commodus, considers whether he will let General Maximus Decimus Meridius live or die.
· China’s Xinjiang Policy: Less About Births, More About Control →
There are fears that China’s still-evolving social-credit system could be used to control for the one-child policy’s negative social effects, shoring up declining army enlistment rates from China’s so-called pampered cohort of Little Emperor singletons, for example.
· Christopher Buckley on Satire in the Age of Trump →
I thought, This might be a tipping point—this might just be the tipping point where they finally see the emperor has no oratorical clothes—where he has become boring.
· History of Tibet-Ladakh Relations and Their Modern Implications →
Deldan Namgyal, and his son, Delek Namgyal (whose rule began in 1666) paid tribute to the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and built a mosque in Leh, and parts of Ladakh became Muslim.
The Wall Street Journal
· Self-Reflection at Life’s Sunset →
There is no caterwauling of the “woe is me” kind to be found in Marguerite Yourcenar’s majestic novel “Memoirs of Hadrian.” Written mostly in the years following World War II, when stiff upper lips were in vogue, it tapped into a more ancient stoicism by contemplating the final illness of the Roman emperor Hadrian.
· Hagia Sophia: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan formally makes Istanbul landmark a mosque →
Built under Byzantine Emperor Justinian, Hagia Sophia was the main seat of the Eastern Orthodox church for centuries, where emperors were crowned amid ornate marble and mosaic decorations.
· The Line of Beauty: Sex, anger, lust, danger: the semiotics of scarlet →
Emperor Shenzong of Song reigned 1067-85 A red thread runs through the cultural history of China, one that stitches the symbolism of Taoism (in which it codes for the element of fire), birthday customs (red eggs are given at children’s parties) and the relentlessly consistent colour scheme of the Communist Party.
The New York Times
· Turkey's Erdogan Signs Decree Declaring Hagia Sophia a Mosque →
Conservationists and art historians have raised concerns about what will happen to the medieval mosaics inside Hagia Sophia, which depict the Holy Family and portraits of imperial Christian emperors, which strict Muslims may demand be covered.
· The many lives of Hagia Sophia, Istanbul’s ‘wonder of wonders’ →
Construction of the current cathedral began in 532 with the Byzantine Emperor Justinian entrusting architects Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles with a mission to build the largest Christian edifice in the world.