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What is Byzantine decline?

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The Byzantine Decline is depending upon one of there 4 events. ( I don't know which one ) * William the Conqueror converted Christianity. * The Jews were forced by the Romans to leave Judea. * Christians in Western Europe organized the 1st Crusades. * A group of Muslim Seljuk Turks defeated the Byzantine army.

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