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  1. The Byzantine Empire was formally separated from Rome in 395, following the death of Emperor Theodosius I. His 17-year-old son Arcadius ruled the Eastern Empire from Constantinople, while his 10-year-old son Honorius was given the Western Empire to rule from Milan.

  2. The Byzantine influence on Kievan Rus' cannot be overestimated. Byzantine-style writing became a standard for the adopted from Bulgaria Cyrillic alphabet, Byzantine architecture dominated in Kiev, and as a main trading partner the Byzantine Empire played a critical role in the establishment, rise, and fall of Kievan Rus'. Triumph

  3. Sep 19, 2018 · The Byzantine Empire was the longest-lasting medieval power, and its influence continues today, especially in the religion, art, architecture, and law of many Western states, Eastern and Central Europe, and Russia.

  4. Byzantine music (Greek: Βυζαντινή μουσική) is the music of the Byzantine Empire.Originally it consisted of songs and hymns composed to Greek texts used for courtly ceremonials, during festivals, or as paraliturgical and liturgical music.

  5. 395 / 610 – 1204 1261 – 1453 Bannière « tétragrammatique » des Paléologues . Aigle bicéphale , insigne impérial des Paléologues (fresque, XIV e siècle). Évolutions territoriales de l'Empire byzantin de la division de l'Empire romain à la chute de Constantinople . Informations générales Statut Autocratie Monarchie élective Capitale Constantinople (330 – 663) Syracuse (663 ...

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