This impressive collection offers both comprehensive histories of the Byzantine Empire as well as a focused account of its fall to the Ottomans in 1453. Charles W. C. Oman’s classic work of historical scholarship presents a comprehensive, yet concise, account of the Byzantine Empire. Mijatovich’s account of the Turks’ Byzantine conquest discusses the context leading up to the conflict, the events on the eve of the fall, and the last days and hours of the siege from first-hand diaries. Finlay’s massive two-volume history rounds out this collection with an erudite and thorough account of the Byzantine Empire from 716 to 1453. Explore the intriguing history of this remarkable empire with these classic texts.
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- Comprehensive histories of the Byzantine Empire
- Detailed account the Ottoman Empire’s Byzantine conquest
- Title: Select Works on Byzantine History
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,813