Why did Justinian I fail to regain all of the former provinces of the old Roman Empire?
His general made military blunders.
His troops mutinied.
He ran out of money.
He didn't equip his troops well.Weegy:
He didn't equip his troops well.Auto answered|Score 1|Victoria123|Points 96|User:
Why did Justinian I fail to regain all of the former provinces of the old Roman Empire?Weegy:
Justinian just did not have enough troops, presumably because of a lack of money. If I remember correctly, he sent Belisarius to reconquer Italy with fewer than 10,000 men, many of whom were mercenaries. [ It was not equipment that was the problem, but cash to pay soldiers.
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From what city did Belisarius and his army originally set sail to make their attack on the Vandal Kingdom?
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From what city did Belisarius and his army originally set sail to make their attack on the Vandal Kingdom?Weegy:
In the late summer of 533, Belisarius sailed to Africa and landed near the city of Leptis Magna. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belisarius
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