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Timeline. By topic. Art · Government · Economy · Army · Navy · Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century, square.svg Byzantine Empire portal · v · t · e. This history of the Byzantine Empire covers the history of the Eastern Roman Empire from late ...

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Chronology of Byzantine Empire (330-1453 A.D.). 330 AD: Constantine founds the new capital of the Roman Empire on the existing site of the ancient Greek city  ...

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The Byzantine Empire lasted for over a thousand years, and it was home to the largest and most powerful empire in the world. This is a timeline of its history.

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313-1453 AD. 313 Emperor Constantine I grants freedom of religion, ending persecution of Christians. 330 Dedication of Constantinople (Istanbul) as the new  ...

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it was also called the “New Rome,” owing to the city's new status as political capital of the Roman empire. The Christian, ultimately Greek-speaking state ruled  ...

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Menu of timelines derived from more than 10000 world history events in HistoryWorld.

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395, The empire is divided into eastern and western portions under Arkadios and ... 639, Muslim armies conquer the southern territories of the Byzantine Empire ...

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The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire in the Greek- speaking, eastern part of the Mediterranean. Christian in nature, it was ...

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Apr 14, 2010 ... This is my map history on the Roman Empire and Byzantine Empire. Enjoy!

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The reign of the first Christian emperor, Constantine, is often taken to mark the beginning of a new period in the history of the Roman Empire. Certainly there ...