- 英[baɪˈzæntaɪn; bɪˈzæntaɪn; baɪˈzæntiːn; bɪˈzæntiːn]
- 美[ ˈbɪzəntiːn]
- adj.（体制、程序）错综复杂的; 拜占庭的；拜占庭帝国的
The images were Gothic or Byzantine rather than classical.
an organization of byzantine complexity
There are also several well-preserved Byzantine frescoes.
An eparchy was a civil administrative district in the Byzantine Empire.
The chief sources for the Greek mathematical works are Byzantine Greek codices.
We propose a new protocol for the Byzantine Agreement which is based on agents.
本文在研究了国内外Byzantine协议 的基础上提出了一种新的Byzantine一致性 协议,即基于代理的Byzantine一致性协议.
The early Byzantine forces consist mainly of Byzantine Spearmen and Trebizond Archers.
Viewed from treaty of postwar, Byzantine and Rus is equal.
It was invaded by Muslims in 650 and Byzantine was forced out.
Cimabue : Italian painter trained in the Byzantine style and considered the first master of the Florentine school.
Periodic renaissances of Byzantine art occurred that created close imitation of past models.
After the transient resurgence of imperial court of Macedonia, Byzantine Empire began to decline.
Whether under the emperor's direction or not, Byzantine armies were successful in Sicily and in Armenia.
The plan of thea repetition of of the Byzantine of church, but on a larger scale.
The great Christian army diverted its forces and attacked the Eastern Orthodox Byzantine Empire instead.
1. a native or inhabitant of Byzantium or of the Byzantine Empire
1. of or relating to the Eastern Orthodox Church or the rites performed in it;
2. of or relating to or characteristic of the Byzantine Empire or the ancient city of Byzantium
3. highly involved or intricate;
"the Byzantine tax structure"
"convoluted legal language"
"an intricate labyrinth of refined phraseology"
"the plot was too involved"
"a knotty problem"
"got his way by labyrinthine maneuvering"
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave"- Sir Walter Scott
"tortuous legal procedures"
"tortuous negotiations lasting for months"
4. characterized by elaborate scheming and intrigue; devious;
"Byzantine methods for holding on to his chairmanship"
"a fine hand for Byzantine deals and cozy arrangements"