Translation for 'Byzantine' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ1   Byzantine | more Byzantine | most Byzantine
ADJ2   byzantine | more byzantine | most byzantine
NOUN   a Byzantine | Byzantines
SYNO Byzantine | convoluted | involved | ...
Byzantine {noun}
византиец {м}
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Translation for 'Byzantine' from English to Bulgarian

Byzantine {noun}
византиец {м}ист.
Usage Examples English
  • He was an influential cantor in byzantine music and invented his own notational system based on the Byzantine and Armenian systems his tutors taught him.
  • With his religious works, he has provided a very different perspective of contemporary byzantine music. (Kyrie ton Dynameon, Efta Paraklisis, Imera Triti, Earini Ora, etc).
  • The mansion is known for its octagonal plan, byzantine onion-shaped dome, and the contrast between its ornately finished first floor and the unfinished upper floors.
  • But what makes very important Beit Mery -even for tourism- are the scattered ruins of the Roman era, that lasted five centuries plus the two of the byzantine era.
  • While Serbian architecture has seen mixed influences of both Byzantine and medieval Italian states, fresco and icon painting remained deeply rooted in solely eastern byzantine tradition.

  • The Codex diplomaticus Falkensteinensis is richly endowed with illustrations and miniatures that are influenced by the transition from byzantine art to European medieval illumination.
  • During the Migration Period, in 548, Muccurum was destroyed by the army of the Ostrogoth king Totila. The byzantine Emperor expelled the Eastern Goths (Ostrogoths).
  • He was also keen on byzantine art and was helping his teacher and byzantine iconographer in the production of paintings in churches in the city of Patras.
  • The mission of the group is, as affirmed by Ilić, to preserve, revitalize and modernize Serbian medieval and byzantine music traditions.
  • Due to the lack of early Byzantine manuscripts, it is difficult to know about the situation of illumination during the first centuries of the Eastern Roman Empire.

  • His works followed the maniera greca tradition but also exhibited qualities of byzantine paintings and frescos.
  • Musicians play traditional instruments: long-necked lute (saz or Bağlama), byzantine lyra (rebec), drums, and flutes.
  • Students of Orthodox chant today often study the history of Byzantine chant in three periods, identified by the names John of Damascus (675/676-749) as the "beginning", John Koukouzeles (c.
  • It boasts the elements of his favorite neoclassic byzantine architecture.
  • The Apostolic Exarchate of the Greek Catholic Church in the Czech Republic is an Eastern Catholic institution overseeing Catholics of byzantine-slavonic rite in the Czech Republic.

  • The first recorded use of "byzantine" as a color name in English was in 1924.
  • In Jude 4 it has textual variant χαριν, like byzantine manuscripts, the alexandrian manuscripts prefer textual variant χαριτα.
  • Giovanni Sardi (6 September 1863 – 26 June 1913) was an Italian architect, mainly active in his native Venice; his designs were an eclectic adaptation of gothic and byzantine elements.
  • The classical "kemenche" (...), [...] ('pear-shaped kemenche') or [...] ([...] , 'Constantinopolitan lyre') is a pear-shaped bowed instrument that derived from the medieval Greek byzantine lyre.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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