A native of the Latin-speaking part of Thrace, Tiberius was nonetheless distinguished as the first of the "Greek [-speaking] Caesars" by Edward Gibbon, citing the 13th century Syriac Orthodox patriarch and writer Bar Hebraeus. Tiberius was reportedly tall and handsome and possessed a regal bearing. He was gentle and humane, both as a man and a ruler, with a reputation for generosity. Unlike his predecessor, he largely refrained from persecuting his Monophysite subjects, although his Arian subjects in the west did not fare as well. He also spent a good deal of money on building projects, most notably the continued expansion of the Great Palace of Constantinople
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