Christian Roman Empire

Christian Roman Empire - empire They took control of the...

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Christian Roman Empire It eventually split into eastern and western West was Latin East was Greek Western empire was captured by German barbarians Italy, North Africa, and Spain were part of the Roman Empire Around 600 Persians were able to overrun boundaries Constantinople almost fail to the control of the Persians and western barbicans Constantinople wrote a long poem called an alathist Plague broke out into barbicans camp A few years after the lift the Roman Empire did a counter invasion of the Persian
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Unformatted text preview: empire They took control of the east and south empires and even some of the islands Muslim armies= Arab tribesmen from local areas Slovak people started north Via egnatia- main highway that linked Italy and old Rome with other areas Northern and central Italy was conquered Rome eventually could no longer depend on the emperor Constantinople...
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