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Were the Byzantines Romans or Greeks?

The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.The people of the Byzantine part of the empire were Roman but heavily influenced by the Greek culture. Note that they were Roman, not Italian. The citizens in the eastern part of the empire considered themselves just as "Roman" as the people in the west.


Why did the Byzantine empire preserve part of the heritage of the Roman empire?

The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire. This is a term which has been coined by historians to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part of this empire. The west fell under the strain of the invasions by the Germanic peoples. The east was not affected by these invasions and continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years. The people in question did not know this term and called their empire Roman Empire.


Did the Byzantine Empire crumble before the Roman Empire?

The Western Roman Empire ended in 376 CE. The eastern Empire (Byzantine Empire) lasted until 1453 CE.


Which Roman era lasted the longest the Roman monarchy the Roman Republic the Western Roman Empire or the Byzantine Empire?

The Byzantine Empire lasted for a millennium.


What did the eastern portion of the roman empire became known as?

The Eastern Roman Empire is known as the Byzantine Empireor as the Greek-Byzantine Empire for their use of the Greek language.

Related questions

What did the Byzantine empire preserve?

Greek


How was the byzantine empire able to preserve greek and roman knowledge and culture?

Throught cultural diffusion the byzantine empire took greek and roman culture an adapted and adopted architecture religion and government


The Byzantine empire preserves classical culture in?

The Byzantine Empire preserved the Greco-Roman classical culture. The empire was founded on May 11, 330 AD.


Where did the Byzantine empire culture come from?

Greece


How did byzantine preserve Roman traditions?

it was a left over from the roman empire.


How did the basic culture and religion of the Byzantine empire and the Islamic empire differ?

The Byzantine Empire had a Roman culture and Orthodox Christianity as its state religion. The Islamic Caliphates had Arab culture and Sunni Islam as their state religion.


What was the language and culture of the Byzantine Empire generally?

Greek


What was the byzantine empire preserved the culture of?

Greece and Rome


What was the byzantine empire's culture and values?

cos #yolonstantine


What is the legacy of the Byzantine empire?

It was the Greco Roman culture


Why was Byzantine Empire Considered To be the preservers of greco-roman civilization?

The Byzantine Empire is often called the "preserver" of Greco Roman Heritage, because it was influenced so heavily by Greek and Roman culture. The official language of the Byzantine Empire was Greek and the government was strongly based off of Roman Law. The Byzantine Empire also used Greek and Roman culture to influence the creation of its Church and its magnificent Art & Architecture. By using all these Greco Roman values and parts of society, the Byzantine Empire was able to "preserve" Greek and Roman heritage.


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