The location of Constantinople, the new capital city of the Roman world, built by Constantine between the Black Sea nad the Aegean Sea.
Ancient Greek city that became the new center of the Byzantine Empire and was renamed Constantinople.
Code of Justinian
Reworked law code of the eastern Roman empire. Made less contradictory and simplified. Became the basis for most European and American law systems.
Alphabet based on Greek letters that was developed by two Byzantine missionaries, Cyril and Methodius, to write Slavic languages.
Great domed church constructed during reign of Justinian which featured a dome on a rectangular base.
Title for the head of the Eastern/Greek Orthodox church in Constantinople appointed by the Byzantine Emperor.
Relating to the Christian church that developed in the Western Europe with the split of the Christian church.