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How is the Roman Empire like the Byzantine Empire?

The Byzantine Empire was, in fact, the Eastern Roman Empire. The  western part of the Roman Empire fell under the strain of the  invasions by the Germanic peoples. the easte (MORE)

Was the empire of Charlemagne a successor of the Roman Empire?

  The empire of Charlemagne was in several ways a successor to the Roman Empire. Firstly, the Pope officially crowned him Emperor of the Romans". He took most of the forme (MORE)

How was the Byzantine empire an outgrowth of the Roman empire?

The so-called Byzantine empire was not an outgrowth of the Roman  empire-- it WAS the Roman empire.The eastern part of the Roman  empire was called the Byzantine by historia (MORE)

What empires did the roman empire split into?

The Roman Empire was never split. Western Roman Empire and Eastern Roman Empire hare terms which have been coined by historians. The Romans did not use these terms. There wer (MORE)

Where was the roman empire?

The Roman Empire covered parts of Europe, western Asia and north  Africa. It was centred around the Mediterranean Sea.
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Who is stronger - the Byzantine empire or the Roman empire?

The Byzantine Empire was simply the Greek-speaking Eastern half of the Roman Empire, which survived the collapse of the Latin West and endured into the 15th century. While the (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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Is byzantine empire a part of roman empire?

The so-called "Byzantine Empire" was a  continuation of the Roman Empire. The term Byzantine was coined by  a German historian in the 16th century in relation to the history (MORE)

What are the Roman empires?

In antiquity there was the Roman Empire, which was the empire  conquered by the ancient Romans. During the Middle Ages there was  the Holy Roman Empire, which was centered o (MORE)