This subcategory contains sites about the Byzantine Empire, created by the second partition of the ancient Roman Empire and with its capital at Constantinople. The term "Byzantine" is a popular usage deriving from Byzantium, the former name of Constantinople. It was never used by contemporaries, who referred to it as simply the Eastern Roman Empire until its fall to the Ottomans in 1453 AD. - choster
Article on understanding the essential characteristics of their literature by knowing the elements of the civilization.
Provides an illustrated description of Macedonia under the rule of the empire.
An introduction to the field, annotated bibliographies and translations of primary and secondary literature.
Resources directed more to scholars.
Brief overview, maps, images of art and coins, and a list of the emperors from 395 to 1453.
A comprehensive view of the first steps of the Byzantine Empire from the Foundation of the Hellenic World. Covers politics, economy, society and culture.
A site devoted to the history and culture of the Byzantine Empire. Includes photographs, maps and articles.
Primary sources on the history, religion, emperors and empire.
A selective timeline of Byzantine history from About.com.
Furthers study of the history, culture, language and literature of the Byzantine Empire. Events and exhibitions, funding opportunities, publications and theses, fieldwork and courses.
Suda is a 10th century massive Byzantine encyclopedia , one of the first of the kind. The aim of the Suda on Line project is the translation and annotation of this work as well as the enrichment of the Suda content with traditional as well as electronic resources relevant to this work.
An article on the division of the Roman Empire into two parts, an Eastern and a Western.
The empire from 395-1453 A.D, including links.
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