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A glossary of jewellery terms


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BYZANTINE

The Byzantine Empire, the continuation of the eastern part of the Roman Empire, thrived from 330 to 1453 AD. It was the centre of a flourishing trading network which extended across North Africa and Eurasia. The capital Byzantium, later referred to as Constantinople, was the epicenter of one of the most advanced economies in the world during this period.



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