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 Übersetzung für 'Byzantine Empire' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   the Byzantine Empire | -
SYNO Byzantine Empire | Byzantium | Eastern Roman Empire
hist.
Byzantine Empire
Oströmisches Reich {n}
hist.
Byzantine Empire
Byzantinisches Reich {n}
hist.
Byzantine Empire
byzantinisches Kaiserreich {n}
hist.
Byzantine Empire
Byzanz {n} [kurz für: Byzantinisches Reich]
Teiltreffer
hist.
Byzantine
Byzantiner {m}
5
hist.
Byzantine {adj}
byzantinisch <byz.>
34
byzantine {adj}sehr kompliziert
acad.hist.
Byzantine studies {pl}
Byzantinistik {f}
relig.
Byzantine Rite
byzantinischer Ritus {m}
archi.
Byzantine palace
byzantinischer Palast {m}
archi.arthist.
Serbo-Byzantine {adj}
serbisch-byzantinisch
archi.
Byzantine architecture
byzantinische Architektur {f}
art
Byzantine blue
Byzantinischblau {n}
relig.
Byzantine cross
byzantinisches Kreuz {n}
arthist.mus.
Old Byzantine {adj}
altbyzantinisch
late Byzantine {adj}spätbyzantinisch
comp.
Byzantine fault
byzantinischer Fehler {m}
hist.
Middle Byzantine {adj}
mittelbyzantinisch
archi.
Byzantine-Romanesque style
romanisch-byzantinischer Stil {m}
comp.
Byzantine fault tolerance
byzantinische Fehlertoleranz {f}
hist.mil.
Belisarius (Flavius Belisarius, Byzantine general)
Belisar {m}
bot.T
Byzantine gladiolus [Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus, syn.: G. byzantinus]
Byzantinische Siegwurz {f}
bot.T
Byzantine sword-lily [Gladiolus communis subsp. byzantinus, syn.: G. byzantinus]
Byzantinische Siegwurz {f}
bot.T
Byzantine crocus [Crocus banaticus, syn.: C. herbertianus, C. iridiflorus, C. nudiflorus]
Siebenbürger Herbst-Krokus / Herbstkrokus {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Cataphracts, with scale armour for both rider and horse, are believed by many historians to have influenced the later European knights, via contact with the Byzantine Empire.
  • ... Alexander), especially common in the later Byzantine Empire.
  • The year 1166 was relatively quiet, but Amalric sent envoys to the Byzantine Empire seeking an alliance and a Byzantine wife, and throughout the year had to deal with raids by Nur ad-Din, who captured Banias.
  • Ottoman Turks besieged Nicaea in Asia Minor, historically the provisional capital of the Byzantine Empire from the Fourth Crusade until the Byzantine recapture of Constantinople.
  • Though the period of his caliphate covers only two years, two months and fifteen days, it included successful invasions of the two most powerful empires of the time: the Sassanid Empire and Byzantine Empire.

  • The destruction of the Exarchate of Africa marked a permanent end to the Byzantine Empire's influence in the region.
  • When the Roman Empire was divided into Eastern and Western parts in 286, Cyprus became part of the East Roman Empire (also called the Byzantine Empire), and would remain so for some 900 years.
  • Birka was the Baltic link in the Dnieper Trade Route through Ladoga ("Aldeigja") and Novgorod ("Holmsgard") to the Byzantine Empire and the Abbasid Caliphate.
  • After the first division of the Roman Empire, Anatolia became part of the Eastern Roman Empire, otherwise known as the Byzantine Empire or Byzantium.
  • The Byzantine Empire launched a campaign that took most of the island back in 842 and 843 under Theoktistos, but the reconquest was not completed and was soon reversed.

  • His unsuccessful campaign in Persia was followed in 441 by an invasion of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire, the success of which emboldened Attila to invade the West.
  • The Greek name "Byzantion" and its Latinization "Byzantium" continued to be used as a name of Constantinople sporadically and to varying degrees during the thousand year existence of the Byzantine Empire.
  • The diffusion of Greek culture and language cemented by Alexander's conquests in West Asia and North Africa served as a "precondition" for the later Roman expansion into these territories and entire basis for the Byzantine Empire, according to Errington.
  • Aegina belonged to the East Roman (Byzantine) Empire after the division of the Roman Empire in 395.
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