The Divine Art of Austerity and Piety in the Byzantine Empire (330-1453 AD)

The culture and art of the Byzantine Empire were profoundly influenced by the Christian religion. Church and State firmly intertwined under the rule of the emperor hailed as “Christ’s Vice-Regent.”

Aug 5, 2020By Maria Dragatakis
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By Maria DragatakisMaria Dragatakis lives and works in Athens, Greece as an International Productions Coordinator for a local theater company. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Classics and Classical Languages and Literatures from Ohio University. Art is her passion which she is been blessed to relish in her daily tasks, in the world of the theater, and the city she lives in with its rich cultural heritage. Her work has taken her around the world in a never-ending journey, always seeking the finer sentiment of euphoria that only art can produce.