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Shipwrecks - 37 well preserved Byzantine Empire shipwrecks uncovered in Turkey have given researchers a widow into how ancient shipbuilders constructed legendary vessels. Like Us on Facebook ...
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Anthony Kaldellis, a professor of classics at OSU, is arguably the "national champion" scholar on the history of the Byzantine Empire, aka the Roman Empire in the East. Consider his credentials: • Among his many publications, he is the translator of ...
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Archaeologists working at a site in Turkey called Yenikapi have unearthed 37 remarkably well-preserved shipwrecks. The shipwrecks date back to the time of the Byzantine Empire, and are found in the port of the ancient city Istanbul, then called ...
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The Byzantine empire included many Syriac-speaking subjects; and in fact, beginning in the 3rd century A.D., Syriac replaced Greek as the major language of western Asia. In the 5th century A.D., there was a split in the Christian church of Byzantium ...
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“China Maritime Silk Road Antiques Photo Exhibition” was held from December 15 to 20, 2014, on the first floor of the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. It was hosted by the Permanent Mission of the People's Republic of China to the United ...
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Archaeological excavations in Turkey that began in 2004 have yielded a unique historical treasure — 37 shipwrecks from the Byzantine Empire, eight of which are now described in a new report. The shipwrecks were discovered at a site called Yenikapi, ...
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The burial site was popular during the Ottoman era because people wanted to be buried near Abu Ayyub al- Ansari, a friend of Prophet Muhammad, who had died during the raid against the Byzantine Empire. He is also the man who gave the area its name, ...
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439: Promulgation of the Code of Theodosius II in the Byzantine Empire. This was the first imperial compilation of anti- Jewish laws since Constantine. Jews were prohibited from holding important positions involving money including judicial and ...
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