BYZANTINE

Objects from the Byzantine period range in date from 330 CE, the year in which Constantine the Great established Constantinople as the new eastern capital of the Roman Empire, and 1435 CE, the date of the sack of the city by the Ottoman Turks. Originally known as Byzantium, Constantinople was situated on the Black Sea between Turkey and Greece, and this Greek speaking capital was a prosperous, central trading hub for the larger Mediterranean region.

Many of these objects and artifacts are Christian-themed, while also drawing on traditions in pagan, Jewish, and Classical Greek and Roman sources from across the culturally-diverse empire. The items in our collection span the realms of imperial and ecclesiastical artwork, and also include many secular objects from day-to-day life.

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Beads
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Vessels
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Reliquaries
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Byzantine Framed Antiquity
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Pendants
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Statues
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Framed Antiquities
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Coins
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Coins
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Keys
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