some christians in the east thought that people were wrongly worshipping the icons as if they were divine
In 730, the Byzantine emperor Leo III banned the use of icons. Icons are religious images used by Eastern Christians to aid their prayers.
According to the tradition between 726 and 730 the Byzantine Leo III ordered the removal of an image of Christ, prominently placed over the Chalke Gate, the ceremonial entrance to the Great Palace of Constantinople, and its replacement with a cross. Leo saw image veneration as a craft of idolatry and forbade the veneration of religious images in a 730 edict This did not apply to other forms of art, including the image of the emperor, or religious symbols such as the cross. He did not consult the church. This led to a clash with the Patriarch of Constantinople, who was a supporter of icons (an iconodule). It is likely that the controversy over the icons started in the provinces of the empire before Leo's actions.
30%off of 730 = 730 - (0.3 x 730) = 511
Emperor Go-Nijō was born on March 9, 1285 and died on September 10, 1308. Emperor Go-Nijō would have been 23 years old at the time of death or 730 years old today.
730% = 730/100 which can be simplified to 73/10
10 percent of 730 is equal to 730/10, or 73.
730 = DCCXXX
730 is divisible by 10
The factors of 730 are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 73, 146, 365, 730.
The belief that there should not be religious pictures, generally seeing them as a form of idolatry. The term literally means icon-breaking. This view was state policy in the Byzantine Empire from 730 to 878 and from 815 to 843.
Answer: 730 km = 453.6 mi.
730 grams = 25.75 ounces.