The Byzantine Empire (Revised Edition)
Catholic University of America Press, 1 Eki 1992 - 335 sayfa
This classic study presents the history of the Byzantine Empire from the sixth to the fifteenth century in terms of political events, art, literature, and thought. It is addressed to the general reader of history as well as to students and scholars.
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The Struggle to Survive 641867
The Golden Age of Byzantium 8671081
From False Dawn to Cataclysm 10811204
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