Justinian and His Legacy (500–600)

@inproceedings{Louth2009JustinianAH,
  title={Justinian and His Legacy (500–600)},
  author={A. Louth},
  year={2009}
}
an empire of cities The beginning of the sixth century saw Anastasius (491–518) on the imperial throne, ruling an empire that was still thought of as essentially the Roman empire, coextensive with the world of the Mediterranean. Although Anastasius ruled from Constantinople over what we call the eastern empire, the western empire having been carved up into the ‘barbarian kingdoms’, this perspective is ours, not theirs. Through the conferring of titles in the gift of the emperor, and the… Expand
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