The Byzantine Empire, also referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire, was the
continuation of ...... of the Bulgarians, Serbs and Rus' to Orthodox Christianity
permanently changed the religious ma...
Linguistic map of the Byzantine Empire c565. The Eastern Hemisphere in 600AD.
Byzantine Empire at its greatest extent, 565. The First Gothic War. Siege of ...
Map of the Byzantine Empire 565 AD. Next >>. This map depicts the Empire at
the death of Justinian I, who had reigned from 527 to 565 as sole Emperor, ...
Map of the Byzantine Empire 1092 AD. << Previous Next >>. At the death of the
Emperor Basil II in 1025 Byzantium stood apparently unassailable; the premier ...
Map of the changes in borders of the Byzantine Empire ... The Byzantine Empire
at the accession of Leo III, c. 717 ...
Byzantine Empire: geography. print email cite. Map/Still:Map of the Byzantine
Empire View full-size image. Map of the Byzantine Empire. Encyclopædia ...
The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire in the Greek-
speaking, eastern part of the Mediterranean. ... Map of Byzantine Constantinople
The Byzantine Empire, which existed independently from 395 to 1204 A.D. and
from 1261 to 1453 A.D., was known as the Eastern Roman Empire (or Romania)
Jan 14, 2015 ... Constantinople has been the capital of 4 different empires during its long history.
This is what it looked like during the Byzantine, which ended ...