Which of the following explains why Justinian was important?
A) he was the emperor of the byzantine empire who defeated the roman empire and conquered all of its territory for the byzantine empire.
B) he was the roman emperor who divided the roman empire into two parts:west and east
C) he was the roman emperor who moved the capital from rome to constantinople
D) he was emperor of the byzantine empire who reconquered roman lands from the germanic barbarians and added it to the byzantine empire
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The answer is D. Justinian was a byzantine emperor who followed his uncle Justin I and undertook military campaigns to restore territories to the empire that had previously been lost. From his uncle's reign Justinain inherited ongoing hostilities even though he believed that eternal and lasting peace could be achieved through military aims. The reconquests were territories in southern Europe that the Germanic people had won from Rome during the Iberian war.
The correct answer is "D."
Justinian thought of himself as Roman, and the language of his empire was Latin. He reconquered areas that the Roman empire had controlled, such as Italy, though those territories were lost after his death.
The Answer is D, but that is not it. Justinian is also known for being a matyr for The Orthodox Church, as He built Agia Sophia, and was a Orthodox Christian as well.
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