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Why was Procopius's The Polemon an important literary work? It provided descriptions of Byzantine architecture. It translated works from ancient Greece and Rome. It described the history of
the Byzantine Empire under Justinian. It compiled works of religious writers such as Leontius of Byzantium.
It described the history of the Byzantine Empire under Justinian
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How did the Avars contribute to the fall of the Byzantine Empire?
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The Avars eventually turned against the Byzantines. After helping the Byzantines fight the Slavs, the Avars joined with the Slavs to destroy the Byzantines.
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