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  • (diff | hist) . . Byzantine Empire‎; 06:26 . . (-236). .Future Perfect at Sunrise (talk | contribs)(rv. You've been reverte on this by three different people so far. That should be enough of a hint to you that consensus is against you and that you should *wait* until consensus has turned your way on talk before you reinsert this.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Byzantine Empire‎; 04:21 . . (+236). .Pktlaurence (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Byzantine Empire‎; 04:14 . . (-236). .JudeccaXIII (talk | contribs)(Reverted to revision 627142496 by Nicknack009 (talk): Removal of iconic symbols without considering consensus. (TW))
  • (diff | hist) . . Byzantine Empire‎; 03:16 . . (+1). .Pktlaurence (talk | contribs)(…flags and symbol. The Palaeologian flag was used in the wiki template of Byzantine empire. Some says that the labarum is just a simple, solely religious symbol, but there is no doubt that the double headed eagle is the official imperial heraldry of...) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
  • (diff | hist) . . Byzantine Empire‎; 03:10 . . (+235). .Pktlaurence (talk | contribs)(Well, maybe you guys have got a point on the Roman Empire, but I think at least the Byzantine Empire is to have its flags and symbol. Byzantine empire was already a highly structural, feudalistic state in the high middle ages, which also has its offici...) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)

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