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Atlas of the Byzantine Empire

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Byzantine Empire
Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century, square.svg
Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων
ΕλληνικάΒυζαντινή αυτοκρατορία / Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων[1]
Με τον όρο Βυζαντινή Αυτοκρατορία ή Βυζάντιο, αναφερόμαστε καταρχάς, στη Χριστιανική Αυτοκρατορία της Ρωμαϊκής Ανατολής ως κληρονόμο του γεωγραφικού χώρου της Ρωμαϊκής αυτοκρατορίας, με χρονικά όρια που ξεκινούν από τα επίσημα εγκαίνια της Κωνσταντινούπολης στις 11 Μαΐου του 330 (ή από τη θεμελίωση της στις 8 Νοεμβρίου του 324) και φτάνουν ως την τελική της πτώση, την άλωση δηλαδή από τους Τούρκους, στις 29 Μαΐου του 1453.
EnglishByzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire is the term conventionally used since the 19th century to describe the Greek-speaking Roman Empire of the Middle Ages, centered around its capital of Constantinople. In certain specific contexts, usually referring to the time before the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it is also often referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire. To its inhabitants, the Empire was simply the Roman Empire and its emperors continued the unbroken succession of Roman emperors.

Short nameByzantine Empire
Official name(s)Roman Empire
StatusIndependent country between 476 and 1453
LocationSouth East Europe, the Middle East and North Africa
CapitalΚωνσταντινούπολη[2] (Constantinople)
Major language(s)Greek
Major religion(s)Christianity, later Eastern Orthodoxy
More informationByzantine Empire.
More imagesByzantine Empire - Byzantine Empire (Category).

History in maps

This section holds a short summary of the history[3], illustrated with maps.
Roman empire 395.jpgRoman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of GaulItalyIllyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarchzones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
Theodosius I's empire.pngThe division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
Invasions of the Roman Empire 1.pngInvasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Karte völkerwanderung.jpgInvasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Rome406.jpegDivision of the Roman Empire in 406
628px-Western and Eastern Roman Empires 476AD(3).PNGEastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
EasternRomanEmpire.pngEastern Roman Empire
Justinien 527-565.svgEastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Justinian Byzanz.pngEastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Byzantine Empire animated.gifMap of the changes in borders of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantium550.pngByzantine Empire 550
ByzantineEmpire717AD.pngThe Byzantine Empire at the accession of Leo III, c. 717
ByzantineEmpire867AD3.PNGThe Byzantine Empire at the accession of Basil Ic. 867
Droysen - Oströmisches Reich.jpgThe Byzantine Empire with depictions of events to about 1018
Byzantine Empire Themes 1025-en.svgThe Byzantine Empire and its provinces at the death of Basil II, 1025
Map Byzantine Empire 1025-en.svgByzantine Empire 1025
Byzantium1081AD.PNGThe Byzantine Empire at the accession of Alexios I Komnenosc. 1081
Manuel'sEmpire.pngByzantine Empire 1180
Byzantium1204.pngThe Byzantine Empire in 1204 A.D. was divided into the Empire of Nicaea, the Empire of Trebizond and the Despotate of Epirus
LatinEmpire.pngMap to show the partition of the empire following the Fourth Crusade, c.1204.
The despotate of Epirus from 1205 to 1230
Epiro1230-1251.pngThe despotate of Epirus from 1230 to 1251
ShepherdByzempire1265.jpgThe Byzantine Empire in 1265 (William R. Shepherd, Historical Atlas, 1911).
ByzantineEmpire1265.svgByzantine Empire in 1265
Epir1252-1315.pngThe despotate of Epirus from 1252 to 1315
Epir1315-1358.pngThe despotate of Epirus from 1315 to 1358
Byzantine empire 1355.jpgByzantine Empire in 1355
Byzantium1400.pngByzantine Empire 14

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