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Byzantine Empire (Greek: Βασιλεία Ῥωμαίων) is the term conventionally used since the 19th century to describe the Greek-speaking Roman Empire during the Middle Ages, centered at its capital in Constantinople. In certain specific contexts, usually referring to the time before the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it is also often referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire. There is no consensus on the starting date of the Byzantine period. Some place it during the reign of Diocletian (284–305) due to the administrative reforms he introduced, dividing the empire into a pars Orientis and a pars Occidentis. Some consider Constantine the Great its founder. Others place it during the reign of Theodosius I (379–395) and Christendom's victory over Roman religion, or, following his death in 395, with the division of the empire into western and eastern halves. Others place it yet further in 476, when the last western emperor, Romulus Augustus, was forced to abdicate, thus leaving sole imperial authority to the emperor in the Greek East. In any case, the changeover was gradual and by 330, when Constantine inaugurated his new capital, the process of further Hellenization and increasing Christianization was already underway.

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Original ancient Byzantine coin trachy Latin Rulers Constantinople ThessalonicaOriginal ancient Byzantine coin trachy Latin Rulers Constantinople Thessalonica $9.95 Constans Ii Ae follis, 25mm, Ad 641-668, Rev: large M, Neos to right, Sb 1000Constans Ii Ae follis, 25mm, Ad 641-668, Rev: large M, Neos to right, Sb 1000 $12.00
Justinian I, Ad 527-565. Æ Follis, Large M, Year 15, Ngc XfJustinian I, Ad 527-565. Æ Follis, Large M, Year 15, Ngc Xf $152.50 Byzantine. Bronze Follis. Constans Ii, 641-668 Ad. Constantinople Mint.Byzantine. Bronze Follis. Constans Ii, 641-668 Ad. Constantinople Mint. $14.99
Anastasius I. 491-518. Av Solidus (21mm, 4.29 g, 6h). Constantinople mint,Anastasius I. 491-518. Av Solidus (21mm, 4.29 g, 6h). Constantinople mint, $1,095.00 Byzantine. Maurice Tiberius. Ad 582-602. Æ Follis, Ngc Ch VfByzantine. Maurice Tiberius. Ad 582-602. Æ Follis, Ngc Ch Vf $56.00
Byzantine, Trebizond. Theodore Gabras, 1075-1098. Follis, Very Rare, Ngc VfByzantine, Trebizond. Theodore Gabras, 1075-1098. Follis, Very Rare, Ngc Vf $172.50 Justin Ii & Sophia Ae follis, Ad 565-578, Rev: large M, Theup in exergue, Sb 379Justin Ii & Sophia Ae follis, Ad 565-578, Rev: large M, Theup in exergue, Sb 379 $12.00
Romanus Ii Class B follis, 28mm, Ad 1028-1034, Rev: legend cross angles, Sb1823Romanus Ii Class B follis, 28mm, Ad 1028-1034, Rev: legend cross angles, Sb1823 $8.00 Lot of 3 ancient Byzantine trachy coins Latin Rulers Constantinople ThessalonicaLot of 3 ancient Byzantine trachy coins Latin Rulers Constantinople Thessalonica $19.95
Byzantine Empire. Bronze Pentanummium. Justinian I, 527-565 Ad. Antioch Mint.Byzantine Empire. Bronze Pentanummium. Justinian I, 527-565 Ad. Antioch Mint. $14.99 Rare Byzantium I Gold Solidus CoinRare Byzantium I Gold Solidus Coin $1,250.00
Rare genuine Ancient Byzantine Coin Justin Ii & Sophia 565 Ad 1/2 follis K crossRare genuine Ancient Byzantine Coin Justin Ii & Sophia 565 Ad 1/2 follis K cross $9.95 Michael Iv Ae Class C follis, 24mm, Ad 1034-1041, Rev: Icxc Nika in cross Sb1825Michael Iv Ae Class C follis, 24mm, Ad 1034-1041, Rev: Icxc Nika in cross Sb1825 $12.00
Maurice Tiberius, Ad 582-602, Gold Tremissis, Cross, Ngc Ch VfMaurice Tiberius, Ad 582-602, Gold Tremissis, Cross, Ngc Ch Vf $232.00 1028 -1042 Ad Byzantine Empire Ae Follis Christ Bust Coin Ngc Geniune Class B1028 -1042 Ad Byzantine Empire Ae Follis Christ Bust Coin Ngc Geniune Class B $189.00
Anonymous Follis, Class A2, 976-1028 Ad. Jesus Christ King of Kings, Ngc Ch VfAnonymous Follis, Class A2, 976-1028 Ad. Jesus Christ King of Kings, Ngc Ch Vf $100.00 C931 Turkey, Byzantine, Ae Follis of Constans Ii, 641-668 Ad, Con Mint DC931 Turkey, Byzantine, Ae Follis of Constans Ii, 641-668 Ad, Con Mint D $18.00
Byzantine. Bronze Follis. Anastasius I, 491-518 Ad. Constantinople Mint.Byzantine. Bronze Follis. Anastasius I, 491-518 Ad. Constantinople Mint. $29.99 Byzantine: Ad1028-1034 Romanus Iii S1823 Ae Follis Class B #G4642Byzantine: Ad1028-1034 Romanus Iii S1823 Ae Follis Class B #G4642 $29.00
Afghanistan ca.800-1000 A.D. Silver Dirham ~ Ghaznawiden ~ Very FineAfghanistan ca.800-1000 A.D. Silver Dirham ~ Ghaznawiden ~ Very Fine $2.25 Justinian I, Ad 527-565, Gold Tremissis, Victory, Ngc XfJustinian I, Ad 527-565, Gold Tremissis, Victory, Ngc Xf $301.00
Ancient Byzantine - Manuel I 1190 Ad - Billon Aspron Trachy - Virgin Mary CrossAncient Byzantine - Manuel I 1190 Ad - Billon Aspron Trachy - Virgin Mary Cross $87.00 Lot Of 4 Byzantine Bronze Cup CoinsLot Of 4 Byzantine Bronze Cup Coins $2.25
Lot 4 Rare ancient Byzantine coins Manuel Justin & Sophia Justinian K Cross StarLot 4 Rare ancient Byzantine coins Manuel Justin & Sophia Justinian K Cross Star $39.95 Constantine X Ducas (1059-1067 Ad) Silver 2/3 Miliaresion - Ngc Xf ClippedConstantine X Ducas (1059-1067 Ad) Silver 2/3 Miliaresion - Ngc Xf Clipped $155.50
Basil Ii & Constantine Vii Ae follis, Ad 976-1028, Rev: legend 4 lines, Sb 1813Basil Ii & Constantine Vii Ae follis, Ad 976-1028, Rev: legend 4 lines, Sb 1813 $12.00 Cyprus, Isaac Comnenus, 1184 - 1191, Trachy #224Cyprus, Isaac Comnenus, 1184 - 1191, Trachy #224 $50.00
Ef 15g+ Basil Ii/Constantine Vii (1020-1028Ad) Anonymous Christ FollisEf 15g+ Basil Ii/Constantine Vii (1020-1028Ad) Anonymous Christ Follis $69.99 5 Byzantine Coins Lot, 15-31mm, Nummi, Tetarteron, 7th-11th Cent. Emperors5 Byzantine Coins Lot, 15-31mm, Nummi, Tetarteron, 7th-11th Cent. Emperors $6.50
1221/2 - 1254 Ad Byzantine Empire "John Iii Av Hyperpyron" Gold - Ngc High Grade1221/2 - 1254 Ad Byzantine Empire "John Iii Av Hyperpyron" Gold - Ngc High Grade $850.00 Æ Follis Emperor Anastasius Constantinople Ad 491-518 #K1269Æ Follis Emperor Anastasius Constantinople Ad 491-518 #K1269 $10.00
C991 Turkey, Byzantine, Ae Follis of Maurice Tiberius, 583-4 Ad, Con Mint DC991 Turkey, Byzantine, Ae Follis of Maurice Tiberius, 583-4 Ad, Con Mint D $18.00 Ancient Byzantine Coin 7th - 13th Bc - Ae Anonymous - Bust of Jesus Latin CrossAncient Byzantine Coin 7th - 13th Bc - Ae Anonymous - Bust of Jesus Latin Cross $51.00
3 each, Byzantine Cup-Shaped bronze coins (approximately Ad 1034-1350) #23 each, Byzantine Cup-Shaped bronze coins (approximately Ad 1034-1350) #2 $5.99 Theophilus Ae follis, Ad 830-842, 24mm, Rev: legend in 4 lines, Sb 1668Theophilus Ae follis, Ad 830-842, 24mm, Rev: legend in 4 lines, Sb 1668 $12.00
Justin Ii & Sophia Ae follis, Ad 565-578, Rev: large M, Niko in exergue, Sb 369Justin Ii & Sophia Ae follis, Ad 565-578, Rev: large M, Niko in exergue, Sb 369 $20.00 Phocas Ae follis "holed" 30mm, Ad 602-610, Rev: large Xxxx, exergue Niko, Sb 659Phocas Ae follis "holed" 30mm, Ad 602-610, Rev: large Xxxx, exergue Niko, Sb 659 $12.00
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