A Chronology of the Byzantine Empire

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Springer, Jan 29, 2006 - History - 817 pages
This work provides a clear and comprehensive chronology of the Eastern Roman Empire from the foundation of Constantinople in 324 AD to the extinction of the last Byzantine principality in 1461 AD, ultimately shedding light on a once-obscure period of Eastern Mediterranean and Balkan history whose events still resonate in world politics.
 

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Contents

Part II From Formal Dedication of Constantinople 330476
10
Part III 477609
76
Part IV 610867
146
Part V 8681066
269
Part VI 10671204
394
Part VII 12051261
552
Part VIII 12621502
599
Sovereigns of the Byzantine World
737
Glossary
749
Index
752
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TIMOTHY VENNING is a freelance researcher and has published Cromwellian Foreign Policy (Macmillan) and also worked on the New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press).

JONATHAN HARRIS is Senior Lecturer in Byzantine History at Royal Holloway, University of London. His publications include Greek Émigrés in the West, 1400-1520 (1995), Byzantium and the Crusades (2003) and, as editor, Palgrave Advances in Byzantine History (2005). His research interests centre on the relations between Byzantium and Western Europe, particularly during the Crusades and the Italian Renaissance.

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