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❴PDF / Epub❵ ✅ The Empire That Would Not Die: The Paradox of Eastern Roman Survival, 640–740 (Carl Newell Jackson Lectures) Author John Haldon – The-website-shop.co.uk The eastern Roman Empire was the largest state in western Eurasia in the sixth century Only a century later it was a fraction of its former size Surrounded by enemies ravaged by warfare and disease thThe eastern Roman Empire was the largest state in western Eurasia in the sixth century Only a century later it was a fraction of its former size Surrounded by enemies ravaged by warfare and disease the empire seemed destined to collapse Yet it did not die In this holistic analysis John Haldon elucidates the factors that allowed the eastern Roman Empire to survive against all odds into the eighth centuryBy 700 CE the empire had lost three uarters of its territory to the Islamic caliphate But the rugged geography of its.

Remaining territories in Anatolia and the Aegean was strategically advantageous preventing enemies from permanently occupying imperial towns and cities while leaving them vulnerable to Roman counterattacks Thethe empire shrank theit became centered around the capital of Constantinople whose ability to withstand siege after siege proved decisive Changes in climate also played a role permitting shifts in agricultural production that benefitted the imperial economyAt the same time the crisis confronting the empire forced.

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  1. JPS JPS says:

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