This analysis is a recurring theme, as true for Justinian
as it was for the leader to whom Heather next turns, Charlemagne, the creator of Europe and the first of a long line of Holy Roman Emperors.
The plague of Justinian
struck in the sixth century and is estimated to have killed between 30 and 50 million people- virtually half the world's population as it spread across Asia, North Africa, Arabia and Europe.
Caire, an investor born in France in 1827 and founder of the successful Justinian
Caire Company, struggled to pay the outstanding debts incurred by the Santa Cruz Island Company directors.
established as a parallel gold trend to Central Bore
And finally, the absolute empire, the Dominate, the period of legislation by Imperial Decree under the military emperors from Constantine (died 337 CE) to Justinian
the Great (died 565 CE)
Arthur extends the focus of the polemic to include those in a position of power, perhaps even Justinian
John, one of Emperor Justinian
Ias inner circle of officials, worked his way up through hard effort and remaining true to his personal ethics.
In Evans's chapter on Justinian
, readers will also find an excellent section on the empress Theodora, a welcom and balanced treatment that surpasses most of the remarks one finds in overviews of Justinian
, which are usually based on Procopius's invectives.
Art experts said the restoration rendered the cross much closer to what it would have looked like at the time the Byzantine Emperor Justinian
II gave it to the people of Rome.
The Christian emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire, Justinian
, was the first one who removed marble parts from the Parthenon in the 6th century AD, which he used in the building of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
In Western legal tradition, in particular continental civil law systems based on Roman law, the Roman emperor Justinian
I is held in high esteem.
clearly saw himself as God's representative on earth.