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The Byzantine Empire was an Empire in Southern Europe. Originally the Eastern portion of the Roman Empire, the Byzantine empire is typically dated from May 11, 330 AD. until 1453 when the capital of the empire Constantinople fell to Mehmet II of Ottoman Empire.

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Towards its end, we know that Byzantine Empire was more or less Greek, while it continued to call itself the Roman Empire (please correct me if it's not so). What was the phase in its history, when i …
asked Jun 23 '18 by Rohit
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Here Clifford Edmund Bosworth (2004). The New Islamic Dynasties: A Chronological and Genealogical Manual ISBN 0-7486-2137-7. Edinburgh University Press. Next time, look at the bottom of the Wikipedi …
answered May 2 '15 by Rohit
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The wikipedia page of Battle of Yarmouk you cite, had impressions on this. Vahan was instructed by Heraclius not to engage in battle until all avenues of diplomacy had been explored.[58] This was …
answered May 15 '17 by Rohit
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The Rashidun Caliphate had its inception with the advent of Islam. It was situated amidst two of the most formidable empires of the known world: The Byzantine Empire and The Sassanid Empire. But wi …
asked Jul 31 '15 by Rohit
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Answer from u/lcnielsen at the AskHistorians post Is there a pattern to previously harmless tribes conquering vast lands, or am I seeing one where there isn't any? So it is always tricky to work with …
answered May 17 by Rohit