Byzantine


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Synonyms for Byzantine

Synonyms for Byzantine

a native or inhabitant of Byzantium or of the Byzantine Empire

highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious

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Icons are at the center of Byzantine worship, providing windows into the mysteries of the incarnation, heaven and the redemption of man.
Presenting some of their findings from a research project on Byzantine and Jewish medical discourses, researchers investigate the dynamics of cultural transfer and exchange in Byzantine medical traditions from the fourth to the sixth centuries AD and the Jewish tradition primarily recorded in Palestinian and Babylonian Talmuds.
to the First Crusade" by Anthony Kaldellis (Professor of Greek and Latin at The Ohio State University) is the first history of the Byzantine empire in over a century and offers a new reconstruction of the key events and crucial reigns as well as a different model for understanding imperial politics and wars, both civil and foreign.
The third and last chapter of the first section, "Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Music," gives a very simplified overview of Byzantine chant, but unfortunately relies too much on outdated literature (including terminology coined by J.
ER: Let's go back to the emergence of Byzantine studies in the 19th Century.
The name may say blue, but Byzantine Blue is truly a purple in disguise.
It includes subject matter that lies beyond whatever passed for the formal borders of frontier zones in the Byzantine Empire.
5) Subsequently, three countries claimed ownership of the frescoes, but only Cyprus was able to quote the precise origins of the Byzantine frescoes.
The textbooks say the Byzantine Empire was a theocratic autocracy uniting church and state under an all-powerful emperor believed by the Byzantines to be God's viceroy and vicar.
MEDIEVAL BYZANTINE CERAMICS PRODUCED BETWEEN THE 11TH-15TH centuries share several characteristics with common folk pottery.
MUE[currency] (CyHAN)- The 943 th anniversary of the 1071 Malazgirt (Manzikert) victory, a battle between the Byzantine Empire and the Seljuk Turks, is being celebrated with several activities in the eastern province of MuE-'s Malazgirt district on Tuesday.
of Cologne, Germany, on the cross-cultural encounter between medieval Serbia and the Byzantine Empire.
A RARE and beautiful 13th-century Byzantine prayer scroll has gone on show in Birmingham.
Throughout the period Byzantine Greeks identified themselves as 'Romaioi', meaning citizens of the Roman Empire.