Yes. It was part of Moesia from an administrative perspective.
The Bulgarian population was not hit by the Mongols.So it means very bad time for Polani, they're going to be next on Bulgari's list to attack (also F for Moravians and Serbs, they lost their entire statehood, though I suppose that ethnic Bulgarian population got rekt by Mongols, so we might have seen slavicization of Bulgarians a couple of hundred years later than IOTL),
Who controls Persia? What exactly is that territory labeled "Anatolian Remnants"?Egypt and Syria went their seperate ways after they had initially left together. It probably would have led to war, but events overtook them.
The Mongols who came West are mostly dead. Their empire is primarily based further East, furthest proper territory is on the northern side of the Caspian Sea. But the failure of the invasion of the Roman Empire has shattered their strength this far west.
The Turks are still mostly in charge. Mongol territory is going to be shrinking back toward the core of their realm. The Anatolian remnants are just what remains of Roman Anatolia. Scattered homesteads, cities, castles, etc that weren’t destroyed. But administration has completely broken down.Who controls Persia? What exactly is that territory labeled "Anatolian Remnants"?
The Exarchates are IIRC going to be abolished.
Yeah, they're going away. Doing so isn't really a problem because Julius himself holds the only title.Yeah I don't see Julius allowing the existence of the Exarchates. It goes completely against his end goal of centralizing the Roman Empire and well, he doesn't want to risk the chance of an ambitious enough underling using the resources of Africa or Italy to usurp control of the Empire.
I don't think losing Egyptian resources would be that difficult by the mid-12th century if contemporary Italy is anything like IOTL in terms of wealth.Unfortunate outcome for the Romans, but looks like Julius is doing his best with the circumstances.
Will be difficult with Egyptian resources, how do the Roman Exarchates rank now in a post Mongol world?