Byzantine Emperor (6th century)

Byzantine Emperor (6th century)

The Byzantine Emperor was the head of the Byzantine Empire, the direct continuation of the Roman Empire.

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Questions

  • Which city was the centre of the Byzantine Empire?
  • Who was the capital of the Byzantine Empire named after?
  • Which continents were the territories of the Byzantine Empire located on?
  • Which empire was the Byzantine Empire a direct successor of?
  • What title did Byzantine rulers wear?
  • What was the Greek name of Constantinople?
  • Is it true that many traditions of the Ancient Roman Empire were carried on Byzantium?
  • Is it true that the Byzantine army could not protect the Empire from the attacks of Barbarians?
  • Which statement is NOT true for the Byzantine Empire?
  • What was the official language of the medieval Byzantine Empire?
  • Is it true that the Byzantine Emperor was also the head of the Church?
  • Which was the most numerous group in the Byzantine army?
  • Who was the most important emperor of the early\nByzantine Empire?
  • What did NOT happen during the reign of Justinian I?
  • Which was the most important measure of Justinian I from a cultural historical point of view?
  • Is it true that the area of the Byzantine Empire was continuously growing int he Middle Ages?
  • Who conquered the Byzantine Empire in the 15th century?
  • When was Constantinople conquered by the Ottomans?
  • During the reign of which ruler was the territory of the Byzantine Empire the largest?
  • When did Justinian I rule the Byzantine Empire?
  • Which statement is NOT true for the late Byzantine Empire?
  • What was the official name of the capital of the Byzantine Empire?
  • When did the Roman Empire split in two?

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Byzantine Emperor

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