Land. Latin missionaries resented what they considered to be Byzantine interference among the northern Slavs, and there were repeated clashes of interest that further damaged relations between the sees of Rome and Constantinople. His efforts to become emperor dominated Byzantine history for some 15 years. The extension of Byzantine interests to the Adriatic, furthermore, had raised again the question of Byzantine claims to South Italy and, indeed, to the whole western part of the old Roman Empire. In the same year the Normans again invaded Greece and captured Thessalonica. Byzantine prestige was higher than it had been for many years, but the empire could barely afford to sustain the part of a great power. But Hurston rebounded with her musical. In 1054 a state of schism had been declared between the churches of Rome and Constantinople. Regrettably, creative differences led to a falling out between the two that sunk. Nicholas, alleging that his men had been bribed, excommunicated Photius; a council at Constantinople responded (867) by excommunicating Nicholas in turn. The crusaders settled down to colonize and defend the coast of Palestine and Syria and to quarrel among themselves. Over the course of her life, Hurston offered contradictory dates of birth.
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The Great Day, which premiered on Broadway January 10, 1932. The heart of the empire's military and economic strength, which the Arabs had never mastered, was now under Turkish rule. The mass conversion of the Russian people followed, with the establishment of an official Russian Church subordinate to the patriarch of Constantinople. Basil hoped to make a complete revision of the legal code, but only a preliminary textbook (Procheiron) with an introduction (Epanagoge) appeared during his reign. Their governors, or strategoi, combined military and civil authority and were directly answerable to the emperor, who appointed them. His example was imitated in the establishment of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1100 which had fallen to the crusaders the year before, and of the counties of Edessa and Tripoli. Soured by long years of civil war at the start of his reign, ascetic and uncultured by nature, Basil embodied the least attractive features of Byzantine autocracy. At the same time there were signs of decay: resources were squandered at an alarming rate; there was growing estrangement from the West; and a social revolution in Anatolia was to undermine the economic and military strength of the empire.