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Chrysotriklinos: ‘golden hall’, from ‘gold’ (chrysos) and ‘hall’ (triklinos): large reception hal...
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tribunus (s.), tribuni (pl.): term for indigenous local rulers in southern Italy, which fell out ...
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Codex Justinianus: Codification of Roman law produced at the beginning of the reign of Justinian ...
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Turmarch: commander of a tourma; senior military commander with fiscal and judicial responsibilit...
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Diocese: Lat. dioecesa, Gk. Dioikêsis, an administrative unit consisting of several provinces; fr...
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Vlachs: Romance-language-speaking pastoral inhabitants of eastern and south-eastern Europe, desce...
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Charistikiarios: A person or institution that was granted administrative responsibilities over a ...
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The name of several officials, the most important being the eparch of the City, the civil governo...
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Christian sacrament in which the body and the blood of Christ are conveyed to believers in the fo...
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Thema: A “theme,” from the early 9th century the technical term for the district across which sol...
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Stratiotes: A soldier; by derivation from the 10th century a holder of “military” land, subject t...
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Alloy containing silver and gold in a Byzantine coin.
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Uzes:A branch of the Oghuz confederation of Turkic-speaking peoples; ousted the Pechenegs from th...
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Rus: People of Scandinavian origin who formed a political structure in eastern Europe, between th...
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Pronouncements on Christ’s nature of Patriarch Cyril of Alexandria, endorsed by the council of Ch...
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Ostrogoths: (eastern Goths) groupings of Goths, who adopted Arian Christianity and conquered Ital...
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A Germanic people living in the northern Balkans and Pannonia, who migrated to Italy in the later...
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Khazars: Turkic-speaking people who were the major power in the Black Sea steppes, with centres o...
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If you are wondering about the monument of the Hagia Sophia here are some of the facts that you n...
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Doux: Originally in the later Roman period a commander of a military unit; commander of a unit of...
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