History of Anatolia - Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire

The history of the Eastern Roman Empire (324-1453) is generally considered to fall into three distinct eras:

  • Late Roman Empire: Fourth to 7th centuries
  • Middle Byzantine Empire: Seventh to 11th centuries
  • Late Empire: Eleventh to 15th centuries

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