Byzantine History

The next essential era in Greece’s history was undoubtedly that of the Byzantine Empire, which arose following the fall of the Roman Empire to the West. In 330 C.E., Emperor Constantine famously established the city of Byzantium, which he renamed Constantinople, as the empire’s new capital or “new Rome.” Now rooted in this Hellenized area…

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