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2 edition of Prolegomena to the History of the Byzantine Empire. found in the catalog.

Prolegomena to the History of the Byzantine Empire.

Konstantinos Ioannou Amantos

Prolegomena to the History of the Byzantine Empire.

Translated from the 2d Greek ed. by Kenneth Johnstone. With a pref. by Constantine Trypanis.

by Konstantinos Ioannou Amantos

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Published by Argonaut in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greece -- Civilization.,
  • Rome -- Civilization.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Eisagoge eis ten Byzantinen historian. Bibliographical footnotes.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 199 p. ;
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20036272M

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From the Inside Flap. Long after Rome fell to the Germanic tribes, its culture lived on in Constantinople, the glittering capital of the Byzantine Empire. For more than a thousand years (A.D. to ), Byzantium was one of the most advanced and complex civilizations the world had ever seen/5(4).

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It underwent kaleidoscopic territorial and structural changes, yet recovered repeatedly from disaster: even after the near-impregnable Constantinople fell invariant forms of the empire reconstituted. Discover The Byzantine Empire History From Start To Finish.

If you asked someone today when the Roman Empire ended, they might tell you CE, the year that the final Roman Emperor in the west died. If you had asked someone at the time though, they might have told you that Rome was still very much alive—in Constantinople.

The history of the Byzantine Empire tells a tale of monumental victories and equally significant defeats—of a phoenix rising from the ashes over and over again until it simply ran out of miracles.

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This is a book on the history of the Byzantine Empire, one of the longest-lived and most important cultures in Western civilization, but also one of the least understood. The book is meant to be both concise and comprehensive, and as such it has been necessary to make a.

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Probably these tales are theFile Size: 6MB. The Byzantine Empire; a state which can said to have been in continuous existence from A.D. to A.D. During this time, its fortunes have waxed and waned; it has celebrated great triumphs and suffered the basest defeats, defeated the strongest powers of Cited by: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Amantos, Kōnstantinos I.

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Empire.) For nearly a thousand years after the collapse of the Western Empire, Byzantium and its flourishing capital would carry on the glory of Rome. A New Rome in a New Setting Roman leaders had divided the empire inlargely due to difficulties in communications between the eastern and the troubled western parts of the empire.

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The city lies within geographically well defined boundaries, between the Alban hills and the mouth of the Tiber in central Italy. The.