Palaiologinos has sketched out a plan for the ultimate road trip to see the remains of medieval Byzantium. This would be an amazing journey!
Feast your eyes on some of the most amazing antiquities to have survived the Byzantine period.
Today I pass the stewardship of my Byzantine history account to a successor. Here is my farewell after 7 years of tweeting history.
Byzantine Constantinople lives...sort of! This is an older (April 2015) article by blogger Morris Gevirtz of the "Oranges Taste Good" blog which, if it is [...]
If you love Byzantine history, is it hard for you to appreciate the aspects of Istanbul that aren't connected to Byzantium? It's been hard for me.
After seven years, my Byzantine history Twitter account, @CryForByzantium, will soon go dormant. Here is a farewell to all its followers.
This excellent post by Darren Goossens highlights a truly wonderful little book that I remember years ago: Isaac Asimov's capsule history of Byzantium! Asimov was [...]
Not long ago I reblogged an article by Robert Horvat on Byzantine mosaics. Here is Part II of that series, and it's just as magnificent [...]
Robert Horvat, frequent contributor and aficionado of Byzantine history, has created this wonderful article focusing on some of the greatest art the Byzantine civilization gave [...]
Ken L., formerly of the great blog History Republic, has written a magnificent article arguing why Byzantine history matters. This is a must-read for anyone [...]