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The Byzantine Empire, or Byzantium, refers to the Roman Empire during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, centred on the capital of Constantinople. In Late Antiquity, the Roman Empire was divided into the Western Roman Empire and Eastern Roman Empire, the latter of which refers to Byzantium during this period. read more

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1. www.byzan­tine­ http://www.byzan­tine­
2. Explo­re data­set /applica­tions/mjcb/evi­den­ce_index.php
3. Get RDF /applica­tions/mjcb/rdf/evi­den­ce_rdf.php

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The web server used by is run by Umea University and is located in Ume, Sweden. The server runs exclusively the website

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Webserver software: Apache, Version 2.4.25
Operating system: Debian (Linux)
Software platform:PHP
Load time: 0.13 seconds (faster than 95 % of all websites)
Filesize:0.03 KB (4 recognized words in text)

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