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Mistra, in its prime, was a centre of influence in the Peloponnese. At the height of its eminence, it became the second most important city in the Byzantine Empire after Constantinople. But the influence of Mistra during its short lived glory went beyond the Peloponnese. Kingdoms from all over the Mediterranean sought to control Mistra …. Read More
Constantinople was one of the largest and wealthiest cities in Europe. Throughout the medieval ages, it was renowned for its power and splendour. Covetous of its riches, many eastern and western powers sought the city for themselves. But despite countless attacks, Constantinople stood firm and survived for over 1,000 years. It fell once in 1204 …. Read More
The early Christian community was merely one of the many religious groups that existed in the Roman Empire. The Roman government however, viewed them with suspicion and persecuted them for their refusal to conform. After centuries of persecution, the destiny of Christianity changed when the Roman emperor Constantine I became Christian. His decision changed the …. Read More
Constantine the Great was arguably the most powerful man in the world. As the sole emperor of the Roman Empire, he had the power of life and death over millions. But he was a pitiful figure who could not trust anyone. Those around him; family, friends and officials, were constantly trying to use him to …. Read More
For the general reader, ignorance and vagueness surrounds the history of the Byzantine Empire. Attempts to cover its thousand year history in one volume are largely unsuccessful. They are either inadequate in detail, difficult to read due to overwhelming facts or just plain boring. But now, John Julius Norwich has written an informative yet enjoyable …. Read More
Flavius Valerius Constantinus or Constantine the Great exercised immense power as Roman emperor. He shaped the development of the world by becoming the first Christian emperor and making Constantinople the capital of the Roman Empire. Yet he was not born superhuman. He spent his early life as a hostage at the mercy of the Roman …. Read More
Tetrarchy, the joint rule of four Roman emperors, was the brainchild of Diocletian. Born out of necessity, its purpose was to defend the Roman Empire from conflicts on multiple fronts. To facilitate his administration, Diocletian divided the Roman Empire into the East and the West. Each division would have an Augustus (senior emperor) and a …. Read More