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At what point was the Byzantine Empire's decline irreversible?

I would recommend checking this wikipedia article to have a basis on which to elaborate. If you check the list of sieges of Constantinople that were successful (after of course the beginning of the ...
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At what point was the Byzantine Empire's decline irreversible?

The Papal led Latin Crusader conquest of Constantinople in 1204, initiated the irreversible decline of the Byzantine Empire. When the Crusaders captured Constantinople, they, (rather unfortunately), ...
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Did the Byzantines ever attempt to move their capital to Rome?

Well, for a short while-(during the 400's & 500's), the Northern Italian city of Ravenna, was, in a way, a type of quasi Byzantine capital...that is to say, Ravenna, during the early Middle Ages, ...
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How aware were the latter Greek-speaking Romans (ERE: Byzantines) of the early history of Rome?

The nature of the question needs further clarification. It should be noted that the phrase..."Greek speaking Romans", is misleading and historically inaccurate. The Byzantine Empire, during ...
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What caused scientific and cultural decline of East Roman (Byzantine) Empire?

The question itself needs to be addressed more comprehensively and accurately. First, the Byzantine Empire, was a 1000 year old Empire that had one of the few Universities and Libraries on the ...
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