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  • Constantine the Great (c.274-337) (7)
  • Romans Ancient, Medieval and Modern
    Making the case that between 330 and 1453 Constantinople New Rome was the Capital of the Roman Empire, not of a Byzantine Empire which never existed.
  • Byzantine Coins
    Collection of late Roman, Byzantine and western contemporary imitative gold coins.
  • Byzantium: Byzantine Studies on the Internet
    Features links to resources, texts, images, and more.
  • Byzantium - University of Michigan Collections and Expeditions
    Online exhibit devoted to the University of Michigan's long involvement in the recovery of the material culture of Byzantium.
  • Byzantines in Renaissance Italy
    Overview of Greek immigration to Italy in the 15th century and the contribution of the Byzantines to the Italian Renaissance.
  • Roman Byzantine Sites of Israel
    Damascus Gate, Nea Church, The Cardo and more. Part of the New Jerusalem Mosaic.
  • The Suda Online (SOL)
    On-going project to create a searchable version of the massive 10th century Byzantine encyclopedia of the ancient Mediterranean world.
  • Byzantine Studies Conference
    Nonprofit association for the presentation and discussion of scholarly papers embodying current research on Byzantine history and culture.
  • Madaba Map@
  • ByzNet
    Information and resources related to and affecting the Byzantine Empire.
  • Constantinople
    Features information and images of the art, culture, and military history of Byzantium.
  • Gouden Hoorn
    Online version of a bi-annual journal on all aspects of Byzantium.
  • Byzantium
    Offers capsule biographies of many Byzantine rulers from Constantine I through John VIII Paleologus plus coins associated with them.
  • Phocas, Nicephorus II
    Describes early life, rise to power, and achievements of the Byzantian emperor.
  • Sacred Congregation
    Excavation of a coastal site bearing the ruins of a Late Roman basilica later rebuilt as a Byzantine monastery.

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