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Theophano: A Byzantine Tale
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The oldest depiction of the Devil in art dates back to the Byzantine era
The Byzantine emperor who declared that Sunday be a day of rest
The "democracy" of the Byzantine state.
A Byzantine sea of the Apocalypse
The great Earthquake of Nicomedia.
The first coin struck by the ancient Romans bore a Greek inscription.
Τhe Egyptian alphabet of Byzantine Egypt
Imagine the world without Homer's Iliad or Odyssey
Short interview with a trainer of Byzantine fencing
9th mini interview with a Greek historical re-enactor.
Α Byzantine turtle made of glass
Α Medieval Roman church with a weird architecture in Cyprus
Saint Clemence, the only surviving Byzantine monument of Ankara
Cypriots still use the Byzantine Greek word for cabbage.
An ingenious Byzantine Padlock
The Eastern Roman Empress Zoe and her cat Mahlebe.
Theon, an angry Roman boy (P. Oxy. I 119)
Leo the Khazar by Chrysa Sakel
The Great Anastasian wall of the Byzantines.
Αrchangel Michael in Hagia Sophia
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