Today I pass the stewardship of my Byzantine history account to a successor. Here is my farewell after 7 years of tweeting history.
Someone has stepped up to the plate to continue the CryForByzantium Twitter project. Meet your new emperor!
After seven years, my Byzantine history Twitter account, @CryForByzantium, will soon go dormant. Here is a farewell to all its followers.
Robin Pierson of the History of Byzantium Podcast interviews me about history, my books and more!
Should we stop using the term "Byzantine Empire" even though the people of that society did not use that term? I argue no.
Some of you may know that I run the Twitter account CryForByzantium, which presents the history of the Byzantine Empire one tweet at a time. [...]
Truly amazing interview by fellow history blogger Robert Horvat with John Julius Norwich, the British author most famous for his "Byzantium" trilogy--which is the main [...]
Greetings, fans and followers of my Byzantine history Twitter feed, CryForByzantium! For most of you this will be the first time you've heard the real [...]