Visual Timeline: Anastasios I

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490 CE 500 CE 510 CE  
 
 
491 CE - 518 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I introduces the copper follis coin (288 are worth one gold nomisma).
 
 
491 CE - 518 CE: Reign of Byzantine emperor Anastasios I.
 
492 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I banishes the Isaurians from Constantinople.
 
 
493 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I builds the Long Wall in Thrace to protect Constantinople.
 
 
497 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I recognises Theodoric as the King of Italy.
 
 
498 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I abolishes the chrysargyron, an unpopular tax on business transactions.
 
 
504 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I retakes the fortress of Amida on the Persian frontier.
 
 
505 CE - 507 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I builds a new fortress at Anastasiopolis (Dara) on the frontier with Persia.
 
506 CE: A peace treaty is signed between the Byzantine Empire and the Persians.
 
 
507 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I sends Childeric, the king of the Franks in Gaul, a fleet to aid his war with the Ostrogoths.
 
513 CE - 515 CE: Vitalian leads a revolt in Byzantine Thrace.
 
 
518 CE: Byzantine emperor Anastasios I dies of natural causes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
490 CE 500 CE 510 CE