Byzantine christianity emperor church and the west magoulias harry j on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers describes the history of the orthodox eastern church from its beginnings to the middle ages and examines the development of the roman empire into the christian state of byzantium. During the late byzantine period church authorities made efforts to unify the latin and greek churches after the fourth crusade of 1204 the break between the two churches was considered definitive for two centuries various attempts were made to reconcile the breach but the latin domination of byzantium and certain theological issues rendered these aspirations ineffective. Alexandria alexios alexios i komnenos andronikos antioch arian army attack basileus became bishops body bogomils bohemond byzan byzantine christianity byzantine emperor byzantine empire byzantium calabria century charlemagne christ clergy condemned constantine constantine xi cyril death divine doctrine doukas ecumenical council edessa enemy . The capital of the eastern roman empire and later of the byzantine empire renamed istanbul turkey converted to a mosque pope the head of the roman catholic church in the west patriarch the head of the eastern orthodox church of christianity originally appointed by the byzantine emperor byzantine emperor in the 6th century ad
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