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The Roman/Byzantine Empire in 565 AD.
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This map is a zoomed-in version of Thomas Lessman's map of the East-Hem_565ad.jpg, also available at www.WorldHistoryMaps.info.
Highlighted areas represent lands of the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire at its greatest territorial extent (at the death of Emperor Justinian I).
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|current||00:35, 23 December 2007||1,287×875 (1.23 MB)||Talessman ( Talk | contribs)||(Corrected Gepid/Avar placement, Fixed information for South of Egypt, Corrected Arabian borders, etc.)|
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