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Tides of War: Byzantium’s Vacillating Imperial Fortunes – Part 5

Heraclius’ Heroes “Khosrau, greatest of Gods, and master of the earth, to Heraclius, his vile and insensate slave. Why do you still refuse to submit to our rule, and call yourself a king? Have I not destroyed the Greeks? You … Continue reading

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Mother of Cities

I’ve said it before, but I’m somewhat obsessed at the moment with the history of the Byzantine Empire. It comes as no surprise then that I’m enamoured of this project: http://byzantium1200.com/index.html Byzantium 1200 is an effort to digitally reconstruct the … Continue reading

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