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Byzantine Emperor Manuel I forces Reginald, Prince of Antoich, to acknowledge his suzerainty

The Roman army, lead by Emperor Basil II, traps the Bulgarians in the Kleidon Pass, 1014

"The Roman army, lead by Emperor Basil II, traps the Bulgarians in the Kleidon Pass, Giorgio Albertini

the last stand of the last emperor of constantinople..constantine xi

Constantine XI Dragases Palaiologos, Latinized as Palaeologus was the last reigning Byzantine Emperor, reigning as a member of the Palaiologos dynasty from 1449 to his death in battle at the fall of Constantinople.

Justinian and his wife Theodora

The Emperor Justinian and the Empress Theodora in the imperial palace at Constantinople, with courtiers and soldiers in the background, by Roger Payne

Belisarius' soldiers

"Belisarius's defence of Rome", Peter Dennis Belisarius, sometimes referred to as "The Last True Roman" received the last Roman Triumph for his effort in reclaiming lost and wayward provinces from the then defunct Western Empire.

Manuel II Palaeologus (born in Constantinople on Jun. 27, 1350 - Jul. 21, 1425) important Eastern Roman emperor whose reign witnessed the collapse of vital diplomatic efforts in the West and the defeat of a crusade against the Ottomans. The empire had been reduced to the capital, Thessalonki, a few islands and much of the Peloponnese.

Manuel II Palaeologus (born in Constantinople on Jun. 27, 1350 - Jul. 21, 1425) important Eastern Roman emperor whose reign witnessed the collapse of vital diplomatic efforts in the West and the defeat of a crusade against the Ottomans. The empire had been reduced to the capital, Thessalonki, a few islands and much of the Peloponnese.

Parade of troops in front of the emperor

Byzantine Army Military parade in front of the Emperor Byzantine Army, especially in late era, were more likely army of mercenar.

Emperor Iohannes Dzimiskés, c.975

The Byzantine Emperor Anastasius, fifth century, out hunting with imperial bodyguards.

The Emperor Basil II at the walls of Ohrid, 1018" La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

The Emperor Basil II at the walls of Ohrid, La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

Emperor Vasilaeios (Basil) II on campaign in Georgia, 1020.

1020 "Emperor Basil II in full armour: The Georgian Campaign, Giuseppe Rava

“Byzantine” is a nineteenth-century term that modern historians applied to this culture. Byzantines, on the other hand, called themselves “Romans” from the beginning of the Byzantine Empire in 330 AD until it fell to the Ottomans in 1453.

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330 AD - 1453 - “Byzantine” is a nineteenth-century term that modern historians applied to this culture. Byzantines, on the other hand, called themselves “Romans” from the beginning of the Byzantine Empire in 330 AD until it fell to the Ottomans in

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