The Byzantine Commonwealth: Eastern Europe, 500-1453
Provides a comprehensive historical account of the relations--political, diplomatic, ecclesiastical, economic and cultural-- between the Empire and the peoples of Eastern Europe. Shows how there emerged in the early Middle Ages a community of nations which in the course of time came to share a common cultural tradition.
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Without Byzanntine Empire there would be no Russia, no Bulgaria. One can understand how these nations arises from this empire, which lasted 900 years. Read full review