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His debut collection of short stories, Byzantium, takes place across thousands of years of history all over the globe.
Byzantium by Ben Stroud A debut collection of stories that spans countries and eras with delightful ease.
Without a doubt, Byzantium signals the arrival of an incredible talent.
The book might be about a subject wholly unrelated to politics and economics: travel in Patagonia, the wars of Byzantium.
A bezant was a gold coin, originally struck at Byzantium, whence the name.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Scandinavian art became strongly tinctured with that of Byzantium.
It came through Byzantium, and took its place amongst early Christian patterns.
The curtain rang down on what may be called the second act of the drama of Byzantium—the reign of the Christian emperors.
But a few years longer was the respite granted to the failing power of Byzantium.