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Monuments of Byzantine architecture (2). From Bilder-Atlas zum Conversations-Lexikon : Geschichte der Baukunst (plates to the history of achitecture section of the Conversations-Lexikon, AKA Brockhaus Enzyklopädie), Published by Brockhaus, Leipzig, 1888. (Source: archive.org)

Monuments of Byzantine architecture From Bilder-Atlas zum Conversations-Lexikon : Geschichte der Baukunst (plates to the history of achitecture section of the Conversations-Lexikon, AKA Brockhaus Enzyklopädie), Published by Brockhaus, Leipzig,

Constantinople in the Byzantine period | Mavi Boncuk

Built in the seventh century BCE, the ancient city of Byzantium proved to be a valuable city for both the Greeks and Romans. Because it lay on the European side of the Strait of Bosporus, the Emperor Constantine.

Hagia Sophia Inside-out drawing of Hagia Sophia. First appeared in 'Quest for the Lost City of Gold' published by Dorling Kindersley 2007. Pencil crayon and pen on paper 185mm x 290mm. Copyright Stephen Biesty 2007.

Hagia Sophia Inside-out drawing of Hagia Sophia. First appeared in 'Quest for the Lost City of Gold' published by Dorling Kindersley Pencil crayon and pen on paper x Copyright Stephen Biesty

Turkey - Constantinopolis (Constantinople) - Overview

The "city of Constantine," the former Greek city of Byzantium located on the Bosporus strait, rebuilt by Constantine and in 330 made the "New Rome," the capital of the eastern Roman or Byzantine empire