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The Great Palace of Constantinople (Latin: Palatium Magnum, Turkish: Büyük Saray) — also known as the Sacred Palace (Latin: Sacrum Palatium)

Constantine XI Palaiologos, last Eastern Roman Emperor, makes a final prayer before the Ottoman attack on Constantinople, 1453.

Constantine XI Palaiologos, last Eastern Roman Emperor, makes a final prayer before the Ottoman attack on Constantinople, When the battle was over, they were only able to identify his body by the imperial Eagles on his boots.

10th Century Byzantine soldiers in scenes from the Book of Joshua

Century Byzantine soldiers in scenes from the Book of Joshua

siege and conquest of Tripoli by Basil II

This illustration portrays the Siege of Tripoli by the Byzantine army of Emperor Basil II. The defenders are probably a mixture of Fatimid warriors and local Arab soldiers. Tripoli had achieved a semi-independence under Fatimid rule.

The great Plague from Constantinople in Justinian the Great times (541-542). In background, Arch of Theodosius. Illustration for Ancient History magazine, july 2017. Artist: Radu Oltean

The great Plague from Constantinople in Justinian the Great times In background, Arch of Theodosius. Illustration for Ancient History magazine, july Artist: Radu Oltean

zeno.emperor of the east recieving the imperial insignia of the deposed emperor of the west 476 ad

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Germanic Warriors in a Roman Villa. Fifth Century AD. Artwork by Angus McBride.

Emperor Romanus IV humiliates a Saljuq peace delegation, late evening, Thursday 25 august 1071

Emperor Romanos IV rejects Seljuk peace embassy shortly before the battle of Manzikert. Unfortunately for the Emperor and the Empire, he was unaware of the treachery that was to come from his own generals.

Alexios V Doukas Mourtzouphlos

Alexios V Doukas Mourtzouphlos

Skutatos, 11th-12th centuries; Skutatos, c.950; Peltastos, c.975; Skutatos, 10th century

Christian Warriors of the Byzantine Empire, the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages. X Century AD.

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