The British historian Edward Gibbon set the stage for the poor reputation of the Byzantine Empire that only today is being proved wrong. Byzantium was a great empire that missed the European arrival in the New World by a few decades. They did not endure a thousand years under siege but were a major player on the world stage and much of their power came from an ancient people known as the Armenians who supplied them with emperors, generals, soldiers and artisans.
"...another good book. " -- Melissa Hagopian
The Byzantine Armenians is a valuable source to those unfamiliar with the role of the Armenians in the Byzantine empire... they were in positions of power...he debunks Edward Gibbons view that the modern world owed much to the Greeks and Romans but not the Byzantines. Gary A Kulhanjian,The California Courier.
A book reading
Three Michael Boyajian titles will be released as audio books and will be followed by three more all within 30 to 60 days. The first titles are The Byzantine Armenians, The Armenians and Alexander the Great, and Ancient Roman Death. They will be produced by Bella through ACX.
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