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1118, Byzantine Empire, John II Comnenus. Gold Hyperpyron Nomisma Coin. 4.45gm!


 

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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, vol. 1-6


by: Edward Gibbon
Edward Gibbon’s classic timeless work of ancient Roman history in 6 volumes collected into 2 boxed sets, in beautiful, enduring hardcover editions with elegant cloth sewn bindings, gold stamped covers, and silk ribbon markers.
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Istanbul: City of Majesty at the Crossroads of the World


by: Thomas F. Madden
One of Time’s 12 Books for the History Buffs on Your Holiday Gift List  

The first single-volume history of Istanbul in decades: a biography of the city at the center of civilizations past and present.


For more than two millennia Istanbul has stood at the crossroads of the world, perched at the very tip of Europe, gazing across the shores of Asia. The history of this city--known as Byzantium, then Constantinople, now Istanbul--is at once glorious, outsized, and astounding.
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Atlas of World History


Oxford's Atlas of World History is the result of years of intensive work by a specialist team of scholars, editors, and cartographers. It presents the story of humanity in its physical setting, from the emergence of the earliest hominoids to the present day. Truly international in scope, the atlas incorporates the latest research into Asian, African, and Central and South American history, as well as the traditional core of North American and European events.

The Atlas includes sections on the Ancient World, Medieval World, Early Modern World, Age of Revolutions, and the Twentieth Century and Beyond.
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The World of Late Antiquity: AD 150-750


by: Peter Brown

This remarkable study in social and cultural change explains how and why the Late Antique world, between c. 150 and c. 750 A.D., came to differ from "Classical civilization."

These centuries, as the author demonstrates, were the era in which the most deeply rooted of ancient institutions disappeared for all time. By 476 the Russian empire had vanished from western Europe; by 655 the Persian empire had vanished from the Near East. Mr. Brown, Professor of History at Princeton University, examines these changes and men's reactions to them, but his account shows that the period was also one of outstanding new beginnings and defines the far-reaching impact both of Christianity on Europe and of Islam on the Near East.
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History Channel Documentary History Of The Byzantium Empire


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The Byzantine Empire


The Byzantine Empire The Byzantine Empire was the predominantly Greek-speaking continuation of the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity and the Middle ...
 

The Differences Between The Roman Empire and The Byzantine Empire


The Byzantine Empire or Eastern Roman Empire was the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages, centered on the capital of Constantinople, and ruled by ...
 

The Byzantine Empire - Documentary


The Byzantine Empire - Documentary The Byzantine Empire or Eastern Roman Empire was the predominantly Greek-speaking continuation of the eastern part ...
 

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS : Etruscan and Byzantine Empires


A look at Ancient Civilizations of the Etruscann and Byzantine Empires. Go on a journey to the ancient cities Volterra, Populonia and Cervetari and see why ...