Survival of the Byzantine Empire
Eastern Roman Empire, more known as the Byzantine Empire, was able to survive for a thousand years after the collapse of the west. In 476 A.D., the Western Roman Empire ceased to exist. Political, military and economic reasons can explain the survival of Byzantine.
Political. Zeno I ruled the East as the empire in the West finally fell in 476. Zeno negotiated with the Goths, putting an end to their threats to the East but leaving them in control of the West. This ensured temporary safety. In 527, Justinian I became the Emperor. His powerful and centralised leadership ensured that immediate…
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