Byzantine

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Courtier & the eparkhos, administrator & governor of Constantinople (the most important man in the city after the emperor) circa 650-900 CE. The courtier wears a Persian style hat, a tunic, & a cloak called a mantion. Flashy hats were forbidden in the emperor's presence during this period. The Eparkhos wears  a tunic, th loros, a hat showing rank, & kampagia shoes.
Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (905-959 CE) in an imperial ceremony of Triumph, wearing the triumphal crown (toufa) & the epilorikion robe to match his boots. The kaisar, carries the golden spear, while the protospatharios holds the helmet, wearing the spekion robe & turban (fakeolion). The kaisar wears different colored boots, one purple & the other black. It symbolizes that he is between the people and the throne. They wear klivanion armor.
Judicial officers (X-XII CE). These men were in the service of the governor of Constantinople, the Eparkhos te Poleos. The members of the Vigla (surveillance, police) wore the felonion on their heads. The first officer wears a blue suit with tablion added as a mark of his rank. The officer with the sword on the right with the blue pektorarion is the droungarios tes viglas, that is, the chief of police of Constantinople. He wears trousers called kampotouva.

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Crown worn by Constance of Aragon (1179-1222) is housed in the treasury at Palermo’s cathedral. It is a fascinating example of uniquely Sicilian jewelry-design, exploiting Byzantine, Norman, and Arab influences. It is donned with precious stones like sapphires and rubies, in addition to pearls, gold, and other intricate detailing.

Headwear

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Gold Necklace with Pearls and Stones of Emerald Plasma  Date:     6th–7th century Culture:     Byzantine Medium:     Gold, pearls, emerald plasma

jewelry

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Theodora Mosaic San Vitale

Justinian & Theodora

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an image of a woman with her hands out and the words in english on it
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an image of a priest with all the parts labeled in it's body and name
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an image of a woman holding a bowl with words on it and labeled in english
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an image of the parts of a man's body in english and latin text
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an image of a statue that is labeled
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an image of a man holding a platter with words on the front and side
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two men dressed in medieval clothing standing next to each other and one is pointing at something
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Courtier & the eparkhos, administrator & governor of Constantinople (the most important man in the city after the emperor) circa 650-900 CE. The courtier wears a Persian style hat, a tunic, & a cloak called a mantion. Flashy hats were forbidden in the emperor's presence during this period. The Eparkhos wears a tunic, th loros, a hat showing rank, & kampagia shoes.
three men dressed in roman armor and helmets
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Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (905-959 CE) in an imperial ceremony of Triumph, wearing the triumphal crown (toufa) & the epilorikion robe to match his boots. The kaisar, carries the golden spear, while the protospatharios holds the helmet, wearing the spekion robe & turban (fakeolion). The kaisar wears different colored boots, one purple & the other black. It symbolizes that he is between the people and the throne. They wear klivanion armor.
Judicial officers (X-XII CE). These men were in the service of the governor of Constantinople, the Eparkhos te Poleos. The members of the Vigla (surveillance, police) wore the felonion on their heads. The first officer wears a blue suit with tablion added as a mark of his rank. The officer with the sword on the right with the blue pektorarion is the droungarios tes viglas, that is, the chief of police of Constantinople. He wears trousers called kampotouva.
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Judicial officers (X-XII CE). These men were in the service of the governor of Constantinople, the Eparkhos te Poleos. The members of the Vigla (surveillance, police) wore the felonion on their heads. The first officer wears a blue suit with tablion added as a mark of his rank. The officer with the sword on the right with the blue pektorarion is the droungarios tes viglas, that is, the chief of police of Constantinople. He wears trousers called kampotouva.
three men dressed in roman clothing and holding hands with one man standing next to him
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6th century Greece, Constantinople. A woman army spy, wearing a turban (Fakiolion) & military clothing. The two men belong to the chariot race factions of the city. The man on the right of the Green faction, the other is a member of the Blue faction & is being recruited while enjoying his free time drinking wine.
two men are holding up a purple cloth
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an image of two women dressed in medieval clothing, one wearing a purple and yellow dress
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an image of two women dressed in medieval clothing, one wearing a purple and yellow dress
ladies of the imperial court of the 6th century
an image of a woman in blue dress holding a tray with food on it's hands
a painting of a woman in blue dress holding a tray with food on it's hands
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