Origin of Byzantine
Related Words for byzantinedaedal, complicated, convoluted, detailed, devious, difficult, elaborate, intricate, involved, labyrinthine, tortuous
Examples from the Web for byzantine
Contemporary Examples of byzantine
Rather, it precipitated a month-long diplomatic crisis of byzantine complexity that exposed deeper, long-term sources of conflict.Barbara Tuchman’s ‘The Guns of August’ Is Still WWI’s Peerless Chronicle
James A. Warren
September 29, 2014
Yalta was great for strolls along the sea during the Byzantine, Ottoman and Russian empires.Putin's Crimea Is a Big Anti-Gay Casino
September 8, 2014
American multinational companies may be best known today for their byzantine strategies to minimize their U.S. taxes.America’s Economy Is Outperforming Rivals Because the U.S. Is Excelling at Globalization
June 8, 2013
The Daily Pic: In Milan, circa 1490, a Byzantine ruler puts on Ottoman robes.When the Romans Were Turks
August 30, 2012
Our job creators would also benefit from fundamental tax reform that would simplify and flatten our Byzantine tax code.Time to Jump-Start the Economy
Thomas J. Donohue
September 12, 2011
Historical Examples of byzantine
The chapter on Byzantine Architecture is entirely from his pen.
Such irregularities are inherent in the Byzantine methods of building.
This was the last effort of pure Byzantine architecture in Constantinople.
It is to be found in this sense, I think, in almost all the Byzantine historians.Shakespeare Jest-Books;
The testimony of inscriptions corroborates that of the Byzantine writer.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism
1770, from Latin Byzantinus (see Byzantium); originally used of art style; later in reference to the complex, devious, and intriguing character of the royal court of Constantinople (1937). As a noun from 1770.