Category: Byzantine Empire

Categories: World History | Former Countries in Europe

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Wikipedia: Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire covers the period from late antiquity until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453AD. The 4-6th centuries saw the Roman Empire divided into east and west.

  • 284-305 when Diocletian partitioned the Roman Empire's administration into the eastern and western halves.
  • 324-330 Constantine I transferred the main capital from Rome to Byzantium (Constantinople)
  • 379-395 Theodosius I brought change in the official state religion to Christianity from the Roman gods.
  • 610-641 Heraclius restructured the military and administration adopting Greek for the official language instead of Latin.

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Rome, Byzantine Empire - 12 Mar 0604 photo
Rome, Byzantine Empire - abt 24 Dec 0581
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Blera, Byzantine Empire - 22 Feb 0606 photo

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Campania, Byzantine Empire - 12 Oct 0638 photo

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Rome, Byzantine Empire - 10 Nov 0607 photo

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Rome, Byzantine Empire - 08 Nov 0615 photo
Rome, Byzantine Empire - 30 Jul 0579 photo

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Ephesus, Greece, Byzantine Empire - 11 Jan 0705 photo

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Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire - 14 May 0649 photo

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0550 Marsican Territory, Byzantine Empire - 08 May 0615 photo

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Naples, Exarchate of Ravenna, Byzantine Empire - 25 Oct 0625 photo

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Rome, Byzantine Empire - 04 Mar 0561 photo

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Santa Severina, Calabria, Byzantine Empire - 15 Mar 0752 photo
Rome, Holy Roman Empire - 02 Aug 0640 photo

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Todi, Byzantine Empire - 16 Sep 0655 photo




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