The Nika riots or Nika revolt, took place against Emperor Justinian I and took place over the course of a week in Constantinople in AD 532. They were the most ...
Apr 19, 2017 ... The Nika Revolt was a devastating riot that took place in early medieval Constantinople, in the Eastern Roman Empire.
In the fifth century AD, as the expense of festivals and spectacles increased, the circus factions began to take responsibility, not only for the races, but for other ...
The Byzantine government, as all governments, became extremely bureaucratic and corrupt. The culture divided into what we would call a right and left wing.
The Nika Riot was the most violent revolt in the history of Constantinople until 532 AD.
NIKA REVOLT including. ... between their supporters are commonplace in the stadium, to cries of nika ('conquer') followed by the name of the favoured group.
In the same year of 532, Justinian survived a revolt in Constantinople, stemming from the Nika riot, which initially threatened his life no less than his throne but, ...
Nika Riot was one of the major dramatic events in the history of ancient Constantinople, which help place in the Hippodrome between Blue and Green teams, ...
Mar 17, 2014 ... The Nika Revolt. In Constantinople, chariot races were the most popular source of entertainment. The teams raced with four horses, and each ...