Byzantine Papacy
The Byzantine Papacy was a period of Byzantine domination of the papacy from 537 to 752, when popes required the approval of the Byzantine Emperor for episcopal consecration, and many popes were chose...
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Byzantine art - Rare Russian Book Takes Lead At Grogan's 'Eclectic' Auction
An 1892 volume on Byzantine art objects by the Russian art historian Nikodim Pavlovich Kondakov came from the Damon estate and sold for $83375 to a Russian collector on the phone. :Eclectic off...
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Lost wonder of the east. HAGIA SOFIA the Lost Orthodox Christian and Eastren Roman marvel.Famous in particular for its massive dome, it is considered the epi...
Byzantine architecture
Architecture and Art of the Byzantine Empire...from Italy to Palestine.
Byzantine art
http://www.imperiobizantino.com/byzantium Byzantine Art, rediscovered in the XXI Century. Including late roman art, armenian art, georgian art, slavic art, s...
Papal selection before 1059
There was no fixed process for papal selection before 1059. Popes, the bishops of Rome and the leaders of the Catholic Church, were often appointed by their predecessors or secular rulers. While the p...
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List of leaders during the Byzantine Papacy
The Byzantine emperor, Pope of Rome, and Patriarch of Constantinople often came into conflict during the Byzantine Papacy (537–752). Rival claimants to either See or the throne often buttressed their ...
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Byzantine architecture
Byzantine architecture is the architecture of the Byzantine Empire, also known as the Later Roman or Eastern Roman Empire. This terminology is used by modern historians to designate the medieval Roma...
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Byzantine art
Byzantine art is the name for the artistic products of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire, as well as the nations and states that inherited culturally from the empire. Though the empire itself emer...
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Byzantine cuisine
Byzantine cuisine (Greek: βυζαντινή κουζίνα) was marked by a merger of Greek and Roman gastronomy. The development of the Byzantine Empire and trade brought in spices, sugar and new vegetables to ...
Antipope Theodore
Theodore was a rival with Paschal for Pope following the death of Pope Conon (21 September 687), and thus is considered an antipope of the Roman Catholic Church.Prior to the disputed election, Theodor...
Lateran Council of 649
The Lateran Council of 649 was a synod held in the Basilica of St. John Lateran to condemn Monothelitism, a Christology espoused by many Eastern Christians. The council did not achieve ecumenical stat...
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San Teodoro, Rome
San Teodoro is a 6th-century church in Rome. It was dedicated to Theodore of Amasea and given to the Orthodox community of Rome by Pope John Paul II in 2004. It and is located on an ancient road betwe...
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Dome of the Rock
The Dome of the Rock (Arabic: قبة الصخرة‎, translit.: Qubbat As-Sakhrah, Hebrew: כיפת הסלע‎, translit.: Kipat Hasela) is a shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusal...
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Type of Constans
The Type of Constans is an imperial edict released by Byzantine Emperor Constans II in 648 in an attempt to defuse the confusion and arguments over the Christological doctrine of Monotheletism.
Em...
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Pope John VI
Pope John VI (Latin: Ioannes VI; 655 – 11 January 705) was Pope from 30 October 701 to his death in 705. John VI was an Anatolian from Ephesus who reigned during the Byzantine Papacy. His papacy w...
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Nea Ekklesia
The Nea Ekklēsia (Greek: Νέα Ἐκκλησία, "New Church") was a church built by Byzantine Emperor Basil I the Macedonian in Constantinople between the years 876–80. It was the first monumental church b...
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Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire
The anti-Christian policies or persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire occurred intermittently over a period of about three centuries until the 313 Edict of Milan issued by Emperors Constantine ...
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Heptapyrgion (Thessaloniki)
The Heptapyrgion (Ancient Greek: Ἑπταπύργιον), modern Eptapyrgio (Επταπύργιο), also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule (Γεντί Κουλέ), is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress si...
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Pope Severinus
Pope Severinus (died 2 August 640) was Pope from 28 May to his death in 640. He became caught up in a power struggle with the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius over the ongoing Monothelite controversy.
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Pope Boniface V
Pope Boniface V (Latin: Bonifatius V; died 25 October 625) was Pope from 23 December 619 to his death in 625. He did much for the Christianising of England and enacted the decree by which churches...
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Pope Leo II
Pope Leo II (611 – 28 June 683) reigned from 17 August 682 to his death in 683.
He was a Sicilian by birth (the son of a man named Paulus). He may have ended up being among the many Sicilian clerg...
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Dara Dam
The Dara Dam was a Roman arch dam at Dara in Mesopotamia (modern-day Turkey), a rare pre-modern example of this dam type. The modern identification of its site is uncertain, but may rather point to a ...
Pope Adeodatus I
Pope Adeodatus I (died 8 November 618), also called Deodatus I or Deusdedit, was Pope from 19 October 615 to his death in 618.He was born in Rome, the son of a subdeacon. He served as a priest for 40 ...
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Pope Vitalian
Pope Vitalian (Latin: Vitalianus; died 27 January 672) reigned from 30 July 657 to his death in 672. He was born in Segni, Lazio, the son of Anastasius.
After the death of Pope Eugene I on 2 o...
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Paleochristian and Byzantine monuments of Thessaloniki
The city of Thessaloniki in Macedonia, Greece, for several centuries the second-most important city of the Byzantine Empire, played an important role for Christianity during the Middle Ages and was de...
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