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Sanjak of Gaza

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Sanjak of Gaza

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Sanjak of Gaza
sanjak of the Ottoman Empire

Coat of arms

Capital Gaza
 -  Ottoman Empire captured Syria 1516
 -  Sykes–Picot Agreement 16 May 1916

The Sanjak of Gaza was a sanjak of the Damascus Eyalet, Ottoman Empire. Its administrative center was within the Gaza City.

Early Ottoman rule

In the 1596- daftar, the Sanjak of Gaza contained the following subdivisions and villages/town:

Nahiya Gazza

Nahiya Ramla



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