Byzantines

The term Byzantines may refer to:

  • Byzantine Empire - the conventional term of reference for the continuation of the Roman Empire in the east after the fall of the western half.
  • Byzantine Greeks - (Romaioi/Graikoi) the majority population for most of the empire‚Äôs existence.

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Muhammad's Views On Christians - Byzantines
... The Byzantine emperor received it while on a pilgrimage in Jerusalem and called upon a person who belonged to Muhammad's tribe Quraysh ... emperor said, In 629 according to tradition, Muhammad sent a force of 3,000 men to fight 100,000 Byzantines near Al Karak ...
Sayf Al-Dawla - Life - Wars With The Byzantines
... emerged as the chief Arab prince facing the Byzantine Empire, and warfare with the Byzantines became his main preoccupation ... By the early 10th century, the Byzantines had gained the upper hand over their eastern Muslim neighbours ... of the border emirate of Malatya and marked the beginning the gradual Byzantine encroachment on the Arab borderlands ...
Battle Of Rusokastro - The Battle
... Ivan Alexander had troops of 8,000 while the Byzantines were only 3,000 ... in his camp (3,000 cavalrymen) and he decided to attack the Byzantines the next day ... The Byzantine army consisted of 16 squads and six of them made up the first column ...
Santameri Castle (Achaea)
... The Byzantines had tried many times to besiege the castle without succeeding ... to the Aragonese version of the Chronicle of the Morea, the Byzantines lost 1,500 men and 500 horses in a large battle between the Byzantines and Navarrese, that ruled the ... the castle and ruins of many buildings and a Byzantine church remain ...