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Emperor Constantine of the Byzantine empire on his death bed.from the Madrid Skylitzes illuminated manuscript.His complexion says everything.
Cavalrymen Rosette caskett - A. P. Bazilevskii Coll. (Paris). 11th C
Emperor Theophilos and his court, Skylitzes Chronicle - Muslim conquest of Sicily - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theophilus making a proclamation.
Rogneda of Polotsk, Vladimir I of Kiev and Izyaslav of Polotsk
Theophilus with his bodyguard outside the church of Blachernae, dispensing justice to a widow who has approached him with a complaint. Two priests look on from the church door.
Byzantine forces attacking a fort, Skylitzes Manuscript, 12th century
Illustration from Scylitzes Chronicle f220v The uprising of Constantinople against Michael Kalaphate. The uprising of the people of Constantinople against Michael Kalaphate. At the left is the palace and the defenders of the king who fire arrows through the window at the crowd. Scylitzes Chronicle
Psalter of Theodore of Caesarea, Byzantine - 69v David and two foreigners
BNM Mss.Gr.Z.454 Iliad (Venetus A) 8v 10th C manuscript but illuminations perhaps 12th C
14th century wall painting, Church of Panagia Phorbiotissa, Asinou, Cyprus
The enthroned emperor Basil accepts tribute from the general Leon but, because of Leon's behaviour towards Procopius, he is arrested by two soldiers.
Argument between Leo V and Michael the Stammerer (Fol. 13r top)