The Byzantine Commonwealth: Eastern Europe, 500-1453

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Cardinal, 1974 - Balkan Peninsula - 552 pages
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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

Contents

FOREWORD page
11
Barbarians in the Balkans
64
LIST OF MAPS
68
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