I think so, yeah.Is Alaska(that is how European Know North America, a corruption of Al-Aqsa ie the father west)
The Haudenosaunee exist in the timeline, since Hats pointed them out at the 1453 mapdate.I think so, yeah.
Would be interesting if the Haudenosaunee manages to remain independent and modernize in the timeline, after the whole plague issue, though I think it might also be butterflied away...
Ah, couldn't recall if they were founded pre or post POD. The real question is if they remain independent and not conquered by Alt!US. The Alt!Incas appear to maintain their independence in the modern period of the timeline.The Haudenosaunee exist in the timeline, since Hats pointed them out at the 1453 mapdate.
depend who colonize Alaska(otl North AMERICA) and what they haude do..they could pull an otomi and get support of the AndalusiAh, couldn't recall if they were founded pre or post POD. The real question is if they remain independent and not conquered by Alt!US. The Alt!Incas appear to maintain their independence in the modern period of the timeline.
It's honestly one of my biggest questions ever since late ACT VIII and ACT IX, since North Algarvian colonization will be more competitive than in the Central Algarves or in the South, where the Asmarids enjoy relative monopoly over these areas.Ah, couldn't recall if they were founded pre or post POD. The real question is if they remain independent and not conquered by Alt!US. The Alt!Incas appear to maintain their independence in the modern period of the timeline.
Algravians reviving the Rashidun Ideal? techically the Rashidun era was the Original Islamic Republic.Regardless, the Haudenosaunee will leave a legacy to either the Andalusi, the Anglish, or some other European colonizer. They're often touted as one of the major influences behind American Republicanism, so it'll be interesting how a Republic will turn out in the Algarves, especially an Andalusi one. An Andalusi USA would be extremely interesting because of how integral Sudani people are within Andalusian society, being in far higher positions of power than in European ones.
Techically they call themselves thhe protector(and thus the ruler) of the abbasadid domain because that, like an islamic version of a shogunate(and pararel own situation in Andalus)Seems they’ve created a imperial cult of sorts centered around a caliph inside Constantinople.
Yeah I agree but I feel like the imperial cult also continues albeit with a Islamic touch under the AbbasidsTechically they call themselves thhe protector(and thus the ruler) of the abbasadid domain because that, like an islamic version of a shogunate(and pararel own situation in Andalus)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_cult_of_ancient_Rome#The_Imperial_cult_and_Christianity That was death and burried long ago, and other muslim are not amused something is so close idolatry anywayYeah I agree but I feel like the imperial cult also continues albeit with a Islamic touch under the Abbasids
The Bataids probably consists of light cavalry, more so than the Andalusi or the Christians, due to influence from the Patzinaks, the Turkmen, and the Greeks themselves, who all used lighter cavalry in the past as steppe nomads or out of necessity against steppe nomads. Cuman mercenaries also reinforce this, making the Bataid cavalry a highly mobile force compared to the slow and cumbersome heavy cavalry that most Europeans often employ. The Berber cavalry is the closest analogue, although they don't have the same amount of firepower as a Roman horse archer.I feel like the Bataid cavalry would look like european and al Andulasi gendarme heavy cavalry, with perhaps some attempt to give it “Roman” looks. These would sort of be the equivalent to Byzantine cataphracts. Given they are much more hellenized and “western” culturally than the Ottomans.
Certainly the Bataids would also use light cavalry, probably with the Steppe bow.
There is no Imperial Cult, if you mean by divine veneration of the Caliph or the Emperor, which would be wrong, especially for Muslims. Not even the Ottoman Caliph, who had more authority and power than the Bataid Emperor/Abbasid Caliph, was treated as divine both in life and in death, merely a mortal leader to guide and defend the faithful. It seems highly unlikely that the Emperor or the Caliph would try to deify themselves amongst a Christian/Muslim population, lest they be violently ousted for idolatry and polytheism.Yeah I agree but I feel like the imperial cult also continues albeit with a Islamic touch under the Abbasids
I arguably think that Ottoman architecture could be copy-pasted into MiaJ and almost nothing would change, besides the significantly less Persian influences since they relied so much on existing Roman architecture. Overall, the Bataids culturally could be seen as another phase of Hellenistic revival, dominated by Greek culture instead of a Turkish-Persian one espoused by the Ottoman Empire, albeit under Islam.I assume the architecture is a revived but “Islamized” Byzantine style, and I could see similar court life.
And the question is also who would control the Kanto Plain (where *Tokyo is today). Any daimyo who controls it would have the wealth and influence afforded by the rich rice paddies there, and consequently, the military power to be a major player in Japan. In OTL, it's what allowed Tokugawa Ieyasu to be such a big player and to win the civil war, founding the Tokugawa Shogunate. If the Miura Shogunate is named after the Miura Hills to the south of the Kanto, it seems likely to me that the Miuras control the Kanto. It's highly likely that the Nanbu and the Imagawa will fight over the Kanto. Someone loyal to either of these clans will need to subvert the Miuras into allowing their liege lord to move their military force into the area.The question is whether he can pull together enough support to match the Nanbu's bigger army and larger budget.