Also pub. under title: The story of the Byzantine empire.
|Series||The story of the nations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 364 p.|
|Number of Pages||364|
Byzantine Empire, successor state to the Roman Empire (see under Rome), also called Eastern Empire and East Roman Empire. It was named after Byzantium, which Emperor Constantine I rebuilt (AD ) as Constantinople and made the capital of the entire Roman Empire. Apr 10, · The Culture of the Byzantine Empire presents a succinct and engaging overview of the Byzantine Empire for children. It is recommended for elementary and middle school libraries and teachers' classroom libraries. As with the other books in the series entitled Ancient Cultures and Civilizations, the book The Culture. Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in The city became Istanbul in , the capital of modern Turkey. This book by Michael Psellus is so fascinating that if you only read one book about Byzantium, by a Byzantine, that would be the one I’d choose. In Lars Brownworth’s book, one will find additional context and details for many of the familiar names and concepts related to the Byzantine Empire, including Diocletian, Constantine, Justinian and Theodora, plague, the Hagia Sophia, the rise of Islam, iconoclasm, the East-West Schism, Venice’s trading concessions and the grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com by: 3.
Sep 19, · The Byzantine Empire, often called the Eastern Roman Empire or simply Byzantium, existed from to grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com its capital founded at Constantinople by Constantine I (r. CE), the Empire varied in size over the centuries, at one time or another, possessing territories located in Italy, Greece, the Balkans, Levant, Asia Minor, and North Africa. The eye-catching cover is a visual clue to the treasures within this book, which explores the intrigue of the imperial Byzantine court; describes the lavish clothing, administration, food, architecture, and art of Byzantium; reveals a fascinating cast of royals and ascetics; and captures the imagination about this era of the Eastern Roman Empire down to the 15th century, when Byzantium falls to the Ottoman Empire. Cited by: Books shelved as byzantine-history: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West by Roger Crowley, Byzantium: The Surprising. The Byzantine Empire: A Captivating Guide to Byzantium and How the Eastern Roman Empire Was Ruled by Emperors such as Constantine the Great and Justinian by .
Mr. Brownworth created the genre-defining 12 Byzantine Rulers podcast, which prompted the New York Times to liken him to some of history's great popularizers. His recent book titled Lost to the West: The Forgotten Byzantine Empire That Rescued Western Civilization, is available in bookstores and online/5. "A Short History of Byzantium" by J.J. Norwich is actually pretty good. I haven't read the original version, since I'm from Montréal (I speak french first), but we had to read parts of it in my History of the Byzantine Empire class I took doing my B.A. in history. It's a good book in my opinion. The Byzantine Empire - The Roman Empire was split into two separate empires, one of which was the Byzantine Empire, originally known as the Eastern Roman Empire. And of course, the other half was the Western Roman Empire. The Byzantine Empire lasted 1, more years than the Eastern Empire, which included Rome. It collapsed in AD. >The Byzantine Empire was the ruling authority . Pages in category "Novels set in the Byzantine Empire" The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().