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Byzantium Collection

Background imageByzantium Collection: Map of The Byzantine Empire

Map of The Byzantine Empire
A map showing the extent of the Byzantine Empire - the predominantly Greek-speaking continuation of the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Date: 1800

Background imageByzantium Collection: Map of the Macedonian and Thracian Empire

Map of the Macedonian and Thracian Empire. Date: 1808

Background imageByzantium Collection: Saint George. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece

Saint George. Byzantine icon. XIV century. Greece
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Icon with Saint George made by the workshop of Constantinople. Dated at XIV century. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Arabian-Byzantine coin. Coin. FRANCE. Paris

Arabian-Byzantine coin. Coin. FRANCE. Paris. National Library

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon. Greece

Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon. Greece
Byzantine art. Greece. Virgin Hodegetria. Icon from the church of Agios Demetrios tou Kolla. Dated to the mid-sixteenth century. Byzantine Museum. Zante. Ionian Islands

Background imageByzantium Collection: Corpus Iuris Civilis

Corpus Iuris Civilis. Code of Justinian. 529. Legislative compilation for a Roman law unification. Parchment codex. Folio 63v. 13th century

Background imageByzantium Collection: Basil II, surnamed the Bulgar-slayer (958-1025). Byzantine

Basil II, surnamed the Bulgar-slayer (958-1025). Byzantine emperor (976-1025) from de Macedonian Dynasty. Detail from the Menologion of Basil II. 10th Century. Miniature. Vatican Apostolic Library

Background imageByzantium Collection: GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Christ Pantocrator

GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Christ Pantocrator inside the dome (early Comnenian period, ca. 1100). Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantium Collection: Constantine the Great. Roman Emperor from 306-337. Constanti

Constantine the Great. Roman Emperor from 306-337. Constanti
Constantine the Great (Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus) (272-337). Roman Emperor from 306-337. Know for being the first roman emperor to convert to christianity

Background imageByzantium Collection: Seminara (Italy). Sanctuary Madonna dei Poveri

Seminara (Italy). Sanctuary Madonna dei Poveri
Madonna dei Poveris Sanctuary. ITALY. Seminara. Madonna dei Poveris Sanctuary. Reconstructed after the earthquake of 1908. Late Byzantine art. Architecture

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Virgin and Child. Mosaic. Xi century a. C

Byzantine Art. Virgin and Child. Mosaic. Xi century a. C
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. PANAGHIA KAPNIKAREA. Mosaic of the Orthodox church built in the eleventh century, dedicated to the presentation of the Virgin Mary. Picture shows the Virgin and Child. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Turkey. Constantinople - The Gate of Charisius

Turkey. Constantinople - The Gate of Charisius
Turkey. Constantinople (today Istanbul). The Gate of Charisius, also known as Edirnekapi or Adrianople Gate. Engraving by Lemaitre, Vormser and Fonnstecher

Background imageByzantium Collection: Turkey. Constantinople (today Istanbul). Hagia Sophia

Turkey. Constantinople (today Istanbul). Hagia Sophia
Ottoman Empire era. Turkey. Constantinople (today Istanbul). Hagia Shopia. Byzantine Basilica converted into a mosque. Exterior view. Engraving by Lemaitre and Dumouxa

Background imageByzantium Collection: Victory of Heraclius over the Saracens. Miniature. Le Miroir

Victory of Heraclius over the Saracens. Miniature. Le Miroir
Victory of Heraclius over the Saracens. Fol. 65v. Miniature in Le Miroir Historial by Vincent de Beauvais (c.1190-c.1264). French school. 15th century. Conde Museum. Castle of Chantilly. France

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Syria. Al Bara (al-kafr). Dead Towns. Decorat

Byzantine Art. Syria. Al Bara (al-kafr). Dead Towns. Decorative detail in the Mausoleum-Pyramid. Western Asia

Background imageByzantium Collection: 5th Century AD Al Bara Al-Kafr Archaeological

5th Century AD Al Bara Al-Kafr Archaeological
5th, Century, AD, Al, Bara, Al-Kafr, archaeological, park, archeology, Architecture, arqueological, sites, Art, Asia, building, byzantine, Byzantine, Empire, Byzantium, christian, christianity, Dead

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Syria. Basilica of St. Simeon (476-491). Arou

Byzantine Art. Syria. Basilica of St. Simeon (476-491). Around Aleppo. Arquitectural detail. Western Asia

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Serjilla. Chi Rho. Syria. Western Asia

Byzantine Art. Serjilla. Chi Rho. Syria. Western Asia
Byzantine Art. Serjilla. Relief of Chi Rho. Syria. Western Asia

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Syria. Rueiha. Dead towns. Arc detail

Byzantine Art. Syria. Rueiha. Dead towns. Arc detail. Middle East. Asia

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Icon. Crucifixion. XIV century

Byzantine Icon. Crucifixion. XIV century
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. ICON with the crucifixion scene. Attributed to the circle of the Venetian painter Paolo Veneziano. Mid-fourteenth century. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Sarah Bernhardt, French actress, as Theodora

Sarah Bernhardt, French actress, as Theodora
Sarah Bernhardt, French actress, as the Empress of Byzantium in Victorien Sardous Theodora. Date: 1890s

Background imageByzantium Collection: Enthroned Madonna and Child - Byzantine School

Enthroned Madonna and Child - Byzantine School - painting on wood panel Date: 13th century

Background imageByzantium Collection: Istanbul, Turkey - 16th century Plan

Istanbul, Turkey - 16th century Plan
Istanbul in the 16th century, after the Turks captured it. The map is entitled Byzantium, now Constantinople Date: 16th century

Background imageByzantium Collection: The Ark of the Covenant and the Menorah. Mosaic

The Ark of the Covenant and the Menorah. Mosaic from 6th c. Byzantine art. Mosaic. ISRAEL. Jerusalem. Israel Museum

Background imageByzantium Collection: The Column of Constantine or Burnt Column, Istanbul

The Column of Constantine or Burnt Column, Istanbul
The Column of Constantine (or Burnt Column ) is a monumental column constructed on the orders of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 330 AD

Background imageByzantium Collection: Medieval costume

Medieval costume, from left to right: Byzantine Emperor Justinian with court officials and guards, Empress Theodora with court ladies, three people in Slavonic and Russian costume. Date: 6th century

Background imageByzantium Collection: Three angels hosted by Abraham. Bible scene. Mosaic, 13th c

Three angels hosted by Abraham. Bible scene. Mosaic, 13th c. Atrium. St. Marks Basilica. Venice. Italy

Background imageByzantium Collection: BYZANTINE ART. REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. Frescoes in Lekuresi Cas

BYZANTINE ART. REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. Frescoes in Lekuresi Castle. Saranda

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine relief. Greece. Marble with mythological represen

Byzantine relief. Greece. Marble with mythological represen
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Marble relief with mythological representation. Dated from the latest XI century and early XII century. It comes from Athens. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Marble slab decorated with reliefs. XI-XII ce

Byzantine Art. Marble slab decorated with reliefs. XI-XII ce
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Marble slab with lateral inscription and reliefs about intertwined crosses. Dated from latest XI century and early XII century. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine relief decorated with crosses. Marble slab. Greece

Byzantine relief decorated with crosses. Marble slab. Greece
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Marble slab relief decorated with crosses. Dated in XI century. It comes from Athens. Byzantine Museum. Athens

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine relief. Marble slab with a lion devouring a deer

Byzantine relief. Marble slab with a lion devouring a deer
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Marble slab with a relief representing a lion devouring a deer. Dated from the end of the tenth century and early eleventh century. It comes from Athens. Byzantine Museum

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine icon. Virgin of Tenderness. XV century. Greece

Byzantine icon. Virgin of Tenderness. XV century. Greece
BYZANTINE ART. GREECE. Double-sided ICON with the Virgin of Tenderness (GLYKOPHILOUSA) and Saints in front and crucifixion on the back. Dated in the fifteenth century. Workshop conducted by Rhodes

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzas of Megara

Byzas of Megara
BYZAS OF MEGARA the founder of Byzantium (later Constantinople, later still Istanbul) Date: flourished 657 BC

Background imageByzantium Collection: St. John the Evangelist represented with the eagle

St. John the Evangelist represented with the eagle. VI century. Intermediate band of mosaics in the main nave. Early Byzantine art. Mosaic. ITALY. EMILIA-ROMAGNA. Ravenna

Background imageByzantium Collection: ITALY. Ravenna. San Apollinare Nuovo. Judas remorse

ITALY. Ravenna. San Apollinare Nuovo. Judas remorse, 7th century. Scene from The Passion of Jesus, which decorates the upper right side of the main nave. Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantium Collection: GREECE. Mistra. Monastery of Pantanassa. Pantanassa

GREECE. Mistra. Monastery of Pantanassa. Pantanassa church. 1365. Interior. Byzantine art. Fresco

Background imageByzantium Collection: GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Nativity (early

GREECE. Daphni. Dapni Monastery. Nativity (early Comnenian period, ca. 1100). Byzantine art. Mosaic

Background imageByzantium Collection: The Istanbul Underground Cistern

The Istanbul Underground Cistern
The massive columned Cistern (known as the Basilica Cistern during the Roman Period). Thought to have been built during the reign of Justinian I, the age of Glory of Eastern Rome

Background imageByzantium Collection: Euphrasian basilica. Porec. Croatia

Euphrasian basilica. Porec. Croatia
BYZANTINE ART. CROATIA. Euphrasian Basilica. Byzantine church built in the sixth century. World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Outside view. POREC. Istrian Peninsula

Background imageByzantium Collection: Byzantine Art. Syria. Resafa. View of the ruins. Western Asi

Byzantine Art. Syria. Resafa. View of the ruins. Western Asi
Byzantine Art. Syria. Resafa. Archaeological site situated south-west of the city of Ar Raqqah and the Euphrates. Biblical Rezeph. Ruins. Western Asia

Background imageByzantium Collection: Syria. Basilica of St. Simeon (476-491). Courtyard with the

Syria. Basilica of St. Simeon (476-491). Courtyard with the
Byzantine Art. Syria. 5th Century. Basilica of St. Simeon (476-491). Courtyard with the remains of the St. Simeon column. Around Aleppo

Background imageByzantium Collection: St. Jason, St. Sosipater and St. Kerkyra. Byzantine fresco

St. Jason, St. Sosipater and St. Kerkyra. Byzantine fresco dating from the 17th century. From the church of Our Lady Antivouniotissa. Old Fortress Museum. Corfu. Ionian Islands. Greece

Background imageByzantium Collection: St. Kerkyra. Byzantine fresco. 17th century. Old Fortress Mu

St. Kerkyra. Byzantine fresco. 17th century. Old Fortress Mu
St. Kerkyra. Byzantine fresco dating from the 17th century. From the church of Our Lady Antivouniotissa. Old Fortress Museum. Corfu. Ionian Islands. Greece

Background imageByzantium Collection: The Annunciation. Detail. 15th century. Corfu. Greece

The Annunciation. Detail. 15th century. Corfu. Greece
The Annunciation. Detail. Fresco dated in the second half of the 15th century. From the church of St. Nicholas of Kato Korakiana. Old Fortress Museum. Corfu. Ionian Islands

Background imageByzantium Collection: Euphrasian basilica. Ciborium. Porec. Croatia

Euphrasian basilica. Ciborium. Porec. Croatia
BYZANTINE ART. CROATIA. Euphrasian Basilica. Byzantine church built in the sixth century. World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. POREC. Inside view with the ciborium. Istrian Peninsula

Background imageByzantium Collection: Euphrasian basilica. Ciboirum. Porec. Croatia

Euphrasian basilica. Ciboirum. Porec. Croatia
BYZANTINE ART. CROATIA. Euphrasian Basilica. Byzantine church built in the sixth century. World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Ciborium built in 1227. POREC. Istrian Peninsula

Background imageByzantium Collection: Euphrasian basilica. Mosaic. Porec. Croatia

Euphrasian basilica. Mosaic. Porec. Croatia
BYZANTINE ART. CROATIA. Euphrasian Basilica. Byzantine church built in the sixth century. World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Mosaic in the tympanum of the entrance to the temple. POREC



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