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Why did the eastern half survive 1000 more years than the western half in rome?

The eastern roman empire was able to stay strong because Constantinople and other eastern cities were on trade routes. The economic gains from trade of spices and other items from far east guaranteed wealth and stability. The eastern empire was able to stay rich and strong and then it became known as the Byzantine Empire. :)

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Who is the number 1 Cancer Center in America?

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How did congress attempt to resolve the dispute between north and the south regarding slavery in the territories?

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The Eastern Roman Empire capital of Byzantium received a name change after a famous emperor's death The new name became what?

Byzantium was an ancient Greek city which under Roman rule become Romanised. The emperor Constantine the Great designated it as the imperial capital. He had it redeveloped and he renamed it after himself: Constantinople, which means City of Constantine. This new name was already in use during his lifetime. After Constantine, Constantinople became the imperial capital of the eastern part of the Roman Empire. After his death Milan, which had been designated as the imperial capital of the western part of the empire by his predecessor (Diocletian), resumed its role as the capital of the western part. Constantinople was conquered by the Ottoman Turks in 1453. The use of the name Constantinople continued. However, the Turks also called it Istanbul. With the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1922, Istanbul became the sole name of this city.

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The number of Union Territories along the western and eastern coasts?

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Did the roman have 300 emperors?

No. The Romans had an official total of 178 emperors. This number covers the entire empire, western part and eastern part.

What divisions of the empire were made by the Diocletian?

.Diocletian created main four administrative divisions called praetorian prefectures. Two of them were in the western part of the empire; Galliae (Gaul, Britannia and Hispania) and Italia et Africa. Two were in the eastern part of the empire; Illyricum (most of south-eastern Europe) and Oriens (southern Romania, Bulgaria, the Roman territories in western Asia and Egypt). Below these the empire was further subdivided into 16 dioceses and about 120 provinces. Diocletian more than doubled the number of Roman provinces by subdividing them). The praetorian prefectures and the dioceses were his creations.

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Did eastern Rome assist western Rome as it fell?

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What was the land mass of the Roman Republic?

Originally the Roman Republic was small. It comprised just Rome and territories in the region nearby. Over the course of some 400 years it greatly expanded. Much of Rome's imperial expansion occurred during the Republican period. It took over most of the areas around the Mediterranean Sea and comprised parts of western Europe, south-eastern Europe, western Asia and north Africa. It took over Italy and its islands (Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica), Portugal, most of Spain, the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, western Turkey and part of central Turkey, Syria, the coast of Libya and eastern Algeria, Tunisia, and Gaul (France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland south of the River Rhine and Germany west of the Rhine). The Roman Republic also had a number of client states (states which were independent, but subordinated to Rome): Thrace (most of Bulgaria plus north-eastern Greece), Lycia, Galatia, Pamphilia and Cappadocia in central Turkey, Armenia (in eastern Turkey), Judea and Mauretania (northern Morocco and the coast of eastern Algeria).

Why has there been an increase in the number of Eastern European migrants in the UK?

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