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Weegy: How did the Byzantine Empire form? A. From the remains of the Roman Empire Byzantine Empire and Eastern Roman Empire are conventional names used to [ describe the Roman Empire during the Middle Ages, centered on its capital of Constantinople. It was referred to by its inhabitants simply as the Roman Empire, the Empire of the Romans (in Greek ?as??e?a t?? ??µa???, Basileía ton Rhomaíon) or Romania (??µa??a, Rhomanía). Its emperors continued the unbroken succession of Roman Emperors, preserving Greco-Roman legal and cultural traditions. To the Islamic world it was known primarily as ???? (Rûm "Rome").[3][4][5] Due to the linguistic, cultural, and demographic dominance of medieval Greek,[6] it was known to many of its western European contemporaries as Imperium Graecorum, the Empire of the Greeks. The Eastern Roman Empire's evolution from the ancient Roman Empire can be seen as a process beginning when the Emperor Constantine I transferred the capital from Nicomedia in Anatolia to the city of Byzantium, which was renamed New Rome or Constantinople, on the Bosphorus. By the 7th century, under the reign of Emperor Heraclius, whose reforms changed the nature of the Empire's military and recognized Greek as the official language, the Empire had taken on a distinct new character. During its thousand-year existence the Empire suffered numerous setbacks and losses of territory, especially during the Roman–Persian Wars and the Byzantine–Arab Wars. Though its influence in North Africa and the Near East had declined as a result, the Byzantine Empire remained one of the most powerful economic, cultural and military forces in Europe. ]


User: How did the Byzantine Empire form? A.From the remains of the Greek empire B.From the alliance between Huns and Goths C.From the alliance between Greeks and Romans

Weegy: From the remains of the Greek empire .
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