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Byzantium By Jack Swenson
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This is story about sailing to unknown. It is the journey of an old man, from a sudden, serious illness to recovery to moving to an assisted living home. It's journey that both frightening and funny.
Byzantium By Charles Morgan
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In 1204, as the Fourth Crusade arrives in Constantinople, diverted by the machinations of the Doge of Venice, so a Roman Princess, Anna Comnena, falls in love with Edward, the English head of the... More > Imperial Guard. As Edward fights again the Norman lords who drove his family out of England, so Anna will have to choose between her love for Edward and her love for her city and the faith it represents.< Less
Marching to Byzantium By Brendan Ray
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This is a three novels in one deluxe edition of the Marching to Byzantium Trilogy. Each of the Trilogy's three novels - Sultans, Viziers and Alchemists, Cutting the Throat and the Fall of... More > Constantinople are also available on Lulu.com. The story begins in Winter 1451 when the territorial gains of the Ottoman Turks have pushed the once powerful Byzantine Empire into a small enclave around its capital of Constantinople. Less than 150 miles away,Sultan Murat II rules in Adrianople over a prosperous and expanding realm. His sudden death brings back to the throne his disgraced son, Mehmet. The young Mehmet is determined to assert himself as the new Sultan and conquer Constantinople. His plans face resistance from his Prime Minister Halil-Pasha who wants to maintain peace with the Byzantine Christians.< Less
MARTIN IN BYZANTIUM By M. CLEMENT HALL
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Martin, surgeon on the tournament circuit at the end of the twelth century becomes surgeon to the leaders of the Fourth Crusade which was diverted by the Doge of Venice away from their intention of... More > taking Jerusalem from the Muslims to taking Constantinople from other Christians. Apalled at what has been done, Martin seeks to make amends.< Less
A History of Byzantium By Thimothy.E gregory
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This is a new edition of Gregory's widely praised narrative of Byzantine history from the time of Constantine the Great (AD 306-337) to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Gregory uses the... More > chronological political history of the empire as a narrative frame, but balances politics with a consideration of social and economic life and the rich culture of Byzantium. Visual documents, such as photographs of art and architecture, are used alongside the text to illustrate discussions about life in the Byzantine Empire. This second edition provides a deeper insight into social and economic conditions of the time, with more emphasis on how ordinary people lived during the history of the Empire. New research has been incorporated – much from archaeological sources – and there is fuller coverage of the middle and later Byzantine periods. A wider discussion of the relationship between Byzantium and the broader world has been added, as well as an annotated, extended bibliography, new photographs and maps.< Less
Byzantium 2008 By Glenbard West High School
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This magazine features prose, poems, and art from Glenbard West High School students.
Byzantium 2008 By Glenbard West High School
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This magazine features prose, poems, and art from Glenbard West High School students.
Byzantium 2009 By Glenbard West High School
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The arts and poetry of Glenbard West High School students. School year: 2008-2009.
Byzantium 2008 By Glenbard West High School
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This magazine features prose, poems, and art from Glenbard West High School students.
Byzantium 2009 By Glenbard West High School
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The arts and poetry of Glenbard West High School students. School year: 2008-2009.