Byzantium Becomes the New Rome. A New Rome in a New Setting Setting The Stage. Byzantine was named after Byzantium, which was rebuilt by Emperor Constantine. Thus, Byzantine became the capital of the Roman Empire.. A New Rome in a New Setting Justinian: A New Line of Caesars . In 527, Justinian became the Byzantine emperor. In 533, Justinian sent an army to try to regain control of Italy and restore the Roman Empire once again. Over the next 16 years, Rome changed hands six time among many Ge1145
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