Justinian

  • (noun): Byzantine emperor who held the eastern frontier of his empire against the Persians; codified Roman Law in 529; his general Belisarius regained North Africa and Spain (483-565).
    Synonyms: Justinian I, Justinian the Great

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List Of Roman And Byzantine Empresses - Empress Consorts of The Eastern Roman Empire - Justinian Dynasty (518–602)
500 ? 1 August 28 ... June 548 Justinian I Aelia Sophia Sittas c ... empress consort 14 August 593 ... Tiberius II Constantine Constantina Tiberius II Constantine (Justinian) c ...
Sophia (empress) - Empress Consort
... Justinian I had several nephews but seems to have never appointed an heir ... On the night of 13 November 565 – 14 November 565, Justinian I lay on his deathbed ... emperor within the palace walls before the other members of the Justinian Dynasty were notified ...
Saint Justinian
... Saint Justinian is the name of Byzantine emperor Justinian I (483–565), saint in the Eastern Orthodox tradition Saint Justinian of Ramsey Island (also Stinan, Jestin or Iestin, died 6th-century ... David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales Saint Lawrence Justinian (1381–1456), Bishop and first Patriarch of Venice ...
Antoine Favre
... the decisions of his court organised after the Justinian Code ... Favre's other research, conjectures about the Justinian code in which he endeavours to separate the Justinian insertions from the classical Roman texts ...
Salvius Julianus - Influence and Legacy - Among Roman Jurists
... jurisprudents prepared by order of Justinian, the Index Florentinus ... under the authority of the Byzantine emperor Justinian I (r ... It has been thought that Justinian's compilers used as the basis of their scheme in any case nearly 500 passages are quoted from it." Julian died during the reign of the philosophical emperor Marcus ...