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Byzantine usually refers to the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages.
Byzantine may also refer to:
- A citizen of the Byzantine Empire, or native Greek during the Middle Ages (see Byzantine Greeks)
- Byzantinism, a modern comparison to the complexity of the political apparatus of their empire
- List of Byzantine emperors of the late Roman Empire, also called Byzantine
- The ancient city of Byzantium
- Medieval Greek, the form of the Greek language spoken during the Middle Ages
- Byzantine Rite, an ecclesial rite in the Eastern Catholic Churches and the Eastern Orthodox Church
- Byzantine architecture
- Byzantine art
Other uses of the word Byzantine
- Byzantine (band), a heavy metal band from West Virginia, USA
- Byzantine fault tolerance in computer science
- Byzantine text-type manuscripts
- Neo-Byzantine architecture, an historicist or revival style
- Byzantine The Betrayal, video game
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