Creation of Byzantine empire

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Bradley S

 

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February 7, 2016

 

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167). Citizens regarded Christ as their supreme ruler, not the emperor (Document 11). This made the new empire largely different from the old, since Romans thought of their emperor as almost divine. In addition, Christianity wasn't just accepted in the Byzantine empire, it was welcomed and promoted because they built a lot of holy objects along with many churches and cathedrals such as the Hagia Sophia (Document 7)...
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Furthermore, being a member of the Christian church was a requirement for becoming a Byzantium citizen. The laws used in the two empires is another reason that distinguishes the Byzantine empire from the Roman empire. Laws were created by emperors, but in the Roman empire, when newer emperors replaced the older, one after another, newer laws were laid on top of older ones...
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