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Asked in Roman Empire
What ways was the eastern Roman Empire different from the Western Roman Empire?
Western Roman Empire and Eastern Roman Empire are terms which have been coined by historians. The Romans did not use them and just said Roman Empire. The differences between the eastern and western part of the Roman empire were geographical and ethnic. The eastern part was around the eastern basin of the Mediterranean and included much of the Balkan Peninsula. The western part comprised the western basin of the Mediterranean, Gaul, Britain, the west bank of the river Rhine and the Alpine...
Asked in Roman Empire, Ancient Rome
What was the capital of Empire in ancient rome?
The capital of the Roman Empire was Rome until 284. In that year the emperor Diocletian created a co-emperorship with himself in charge of the eastern part of the empire and Maximian in charge of the western part. He also designated also an imperial capital for the eastern part of the empire, which was Nicomedia (in northwestern Turkey), and an imperial capital for the western part, which was Milan (in northern Italy). The emperor Constantine I moved the capital of the eastern...
What is true of the day on the western side of the international date line?
it is one day before the day on the eastern side
What are the differences between the byzantine empire and western Europe?
Byzantine Empire is a term which has been coined by historians to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part of this empire. This eastern part continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years after the fall of the western part. Originally it included part of southeastern Europe (present day Greece, Bulgaria, the Macedonian Republic, Montenegro and Albania) part of western Asia (Cyprus, Turkey, northern Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Judea/Palestine and Jordan) and Egypt. Then it progressively lost...
Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science, The Moon
Is the new moon visible in the eastern or western sky?
The new moon is not generally visible at all. The Moon is "new" when it is quite close to the Sun in the sky, and the entire lighted half of the Moon is facing away from the Earth, toward the Sun. A day before the new moon, the waning crescent is generally visible low in the eastern sky at dawn, while the day after the new, the waxing crescent is seen low in the western sky at sunset. ...
Asked in History of Europe, Byzantine Empire
Where did The Byzantine Empire began as the eastern half of the?
During the decline of the Roman Empire, the empire was split into a western and eastern half. The capital of the western half was Rome, until it was invaded and captured by the visa-goths from modern day Germany. The eastern half was centered around Constantinople or modern day Istanbul After the collapse of the eastern empire, the western half was renamed the Byzantine Empire. So the Byzantine Empire was the eastern half of the Roman Empire. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
What two regions formed at the eastern and western boundaries of the Roman Empire?
The western boundary of the Roman Empire was the Atlantic Sea. The eastern boundary was Persia (modern day Iran and central and southern Iraq). ...
Why does the eastern hemisphere have night when the western hemisphere has day?
The Sun can only illuminate half the Earth at a time.
What is main reason for heavy population concentration in the eastern regions of the people's republic of china?
The west side of China is very mountainous and for the most part uninhabitable. The eastern regions have connections to waterways and are easily accessed, which is a problem with living in the western regions. Water is also an essential part to why there isn't any concentration in the western regions because water is a part of life and survival. In the modern-day world, communication is vital for any kind of survival. ...
Asked in World War 2, D-Day
Was Russia included in d-day?
The Soviets were not part of the Operation Overlord on the Western front because they came from the East to go after the Nazis on the Eastern Front. They started fighting on the Eastern Front long before the Normandy invasion. I have provided some links for you below to get all exact dates and locations of campaigns if you need them. ...