The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question:
Map of the Byzantine Empire showing the empire’s extent in 565 AD, 1020 AD, and 1360 AD. By 565 AD, the empire included most of the North African coastline, parts of southern Spain, all of Italy, southeast Europe, Asia Minor, and the western Middle East. By 1020 AD, the size of the empire was limited to only southeast Europe, southern Italy, and Asia Minor. By 1360 AD, the size of the empire was reduced to only parts of southeast Europe, primarily to the west of Constantinople.
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Which of the following is true of the Byzantine Empire between 565 A.D. (CE) and 1020 A.D. (CE)?
It controlled land bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
It controlled land completely surrounding the Red Sea.
It controlled most of the Western European coast.
It controlled all of North Africa.
Mon Nov 11 2019 16:04:39 GMT-0500 (EST)