a native or inhabitant of Byzantium or of the Byzantine Empire
of or relating to the Eastern Orthodox Church or the rites performed in it
"Byzantine monks"; "Byzantine rites"
of or relating to or characteristic of the Byzantine Empire or the ancient city of Byzantium
Byzantine, convoluted, involved, knotty, tangled, tortuousadjective
highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious
"the Byzantine tax structure"; "Byzantine methods for holding on to his chairmanship"; "convoluted legal language"; "convoluted reasoning"; "the plot was too involved"; "a knotty problem"; "got his way by labyrinthine maneuvering"; "Oh, what a tangled web we weave"- Sir Walter Scott; "tortuous legal procedures"; "tortuous negotiations lasting for months"
A native of Byzantium (modern-day Istanbul)
Belonging to the civilization of the Eastern-Roman empire, between 331 A.D. when the capital was moved to Constantinople (now Istanbul) and up 1453 when it was conquered by the Turks.
Overly complex or intricate.
Of or pertaining to Byzantium.
of a devious, usually stealthy manner, of practice.
Etymology: From Late byzantinus itself from Byzantium
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
a gold coin, so called from being coined at Byzantium. See Bezant
of or pertaining to Byzantium
a native or inhabitant of Byzantium, now Constantinople; sometimes, applied to an inhabitant of the modern city of Constantinople
Byzantine is a heavy metal band from Charleston, West Virginia that formed in 2000. The band consists of frontman and co-founder Chris "OJ" Ojeda, Tony Rohrbough, Matt Wolfe and Michael "Skip" Cromer. They have released three studio albums on Prosthetic Records. Due to various circumstances the band reported their split on January 26, 2008, four days after the release of their third album, then reunited in 2010. Byzantine is known for its unique sound, technical, aggressive and melodic simultaneously, modern and "forward thinking" musical style, which explores different musical territories or song structures. On January 26, 2012 the band announced that they are recording a new album, with Tony Rohrbough returning.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
biz-an′tīn, biz′-, adj. relating to Byzantium or Constantinople.—n. an inhabitant thereof.—n. Byzan′tinism, the manifestation of Byzantine characteristics.—Byzantine architecture, the style prevalent in the Eastern Empire down to 1453, marked by the round arch springing from columns or piers, the dome supported upon pendentives, capitals elaborately sculptured, mosaic or other incrustations, &c.; Byzantine Church, the Eastern or Greek Church; Byzantine Empire, the Eastern or Greek Empire from 395 A.D. to 1453; Byzantine historians, the series of Greek chroniclers of the affairs of the Byzantine Empire down to its fall in 1453.
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The numerical value of Byzantine in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Byzantine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
But I don’t know that I can read 2,000 pages that’s rather Byzantine.
She had fortunately always her appetite for news. The pure flame of the disinterested burned in her cave of treasures as a lamp in a Byzantine vault.
Our first thought is that the site is a cathedral or a church from the Byzantine period, during that era, there was a great interest among the Byzantine rulers to build churches in the Gaza Strip.
Christian pilgrims to the Land of Israel from all over the Byzantine Empire (Turkey, the Balkans, Greece and present-day Russia) would carry his icon to protect them from harm, it is probable that the ring belonged to a pilgrim who sought the protection of St. Nicholas on his travels.
Currently, agents have to navigate byzantine environmental rules and regulations to access federal lands, removing these restrictions would help untie the hands of our agents to patrol every inch of the border.
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