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The Byzantine Empire

by

T. Fisher Unwin, G. P. Putnam’s Sons 1892

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$9.99

Overview

This classic work of scholarship from distinguished historian Charles W.C. Oman presents a comprehensive, yet accessible account of the Byzantine Empire. Oman’s erudition and primary source knowledge are evident in this readable work. He chronicles the rise of the empire from a small colonial village to the pinnacle of its power in late antiquity under Justinian the Great—when it was all that remained of the Roman Empire. In this volume, Oman serves as a chief apologist against the popular belief that the Byzantine Empire was synonymous with decadence and corruption. Recounting the fascinating social, religious, and political history of this remarkable empire, this volume continues to command relevance as a secondary text.

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Key Features

  • Presents a comprehensive history of the Byzantine Empire
  • Chronicles the rise of the empire
  • Recounts the empire’s social, religious, and political history

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About Charles William Chadwick Oman

Charles William Chadwick Oman was a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

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