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6th century Byzantine mosaic, St Vitale, Ravenna
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6th century Byzantine mosaic, St Vitale, Ravenna

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Emperor Justinian and court
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Women in Byzantine society.A woman living in the age of Byzantium spent the greater part of her life in her home.A woman was invariably accompanied whenever she left her house to go to church,attend a festivity,visit the baths ,or call on her relations.Byzantine women played but a small part in professional life.
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Women in Byzantine society.A woman living in the age of Byzantium spent the greater part of her life in her home.A woman was invariably accompanied whenever she left her house to go to church,attend a festivity,visit the baths ,or call on her relations.Byzantine women played but a small part in professional life.

Women in Byzantine society.A woman living in the age of Byzantium spent the greater part of her life in her home.A woman was invariably accompanied whenever she left her house to go to church,attend a festivity,visit the baths ,or call on her relations.Byzantine women played but a small part in professional life.
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Teodora y su séquito (detalle) Mosaico de San Vitale de Ravena Italia
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Women occasionally held throne in the Empire. Two famous empresses were Theodora and Zoë. Theodora checked unruly officials and limited corruption.

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Teodora y su séquito (detalle) Mosaico de San Vitale de Ravena Italia

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Byzantine mosaic of women from the court of Justinian and Theodora, Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. Dating to the reign of Justinian (5th-6th century CE). Gustav Klimt visited Ravenna in 1903, where he had the opportunity to see these lavish Byzantine mosaics http://laurashefler.net/arthistory2010/?cat=1
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Faces of Ancient Byzantine Empire

Byzantine mosaic of women from the court of Justinian and Theodora, Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. Dating to the reign of Justinian (5th-6th century CE). Gustav Klimt visited Ravenna in 1903, where he had the opportunity to see these lavish Byzantine mosaics http://laurashefler.net/arthistory2010/?cat=1

Byzantine mosaic of women from the court of Justinian and Theodora, Church of San Vitale, Ravenna. Dating to the reign of Justinian (5th-6th century CE). Gustav Klimt visited Ravenna in 1903, where he had the opportunity to see these lavish Byzantine mosaics http://laurashefler.net/arthistory2010/?cat=1
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Giustiniano - Mosaico parietale (VI sec) - San Vitale, #Ravenna
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Mosaic of Justinian.

Giustiniano - Mosaico parietale (VI sec) - San Vitale, #Ravenna

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Saint Irene of Hungary, born Piroska, – 13 August was a Byzantine empress. Irene played little part in government, devoting herself to piety and her many children. Irene died on August 1134 and was later venerated as Saint Irene.

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Justinian and Theodora - Bing Images They ruled jointly as emperor and empress.When he was crowned in his wife, Theodora, was named his co-regent, amid much opposition but one contemporary wrote that she was "superior in intelligence to any man.

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