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From the second half of the sixth century, Latin had ceased to be the language of the Government.The legislation eventually became thoroughly Greek, both in language and spirit.The ancient Roman Empire having been divided into two parts, an Eastern and a Western, the Eastern remained subject to successors of Constantine, whose capital was at Byzantium or Constantinople.The term The latter division of the article will be subdivided into six heads in chronological order.At the beginning of the eighth century Cynuria in the eastern part of the Peloponnesus, was called a "Slavic land".A reaction, however, which set in towards the end of the eighth century, resulted in the total extermination of the Slavs in southern Thessaly and central Greece, and left but few in the Peloponnesus.
This people was divided into two parts by the invasion of the Finnic-Ugrian Bulgars, and the expansion of the Slavs.
The expansion of the power of the Osmanli Turks prepares the annihilation of the Byzantine Empire.
Geographically and ethnographically, the Roman Empire was never a unit.
They gained ground by hellenizing the Slavs, and by emigrating to Sicily and lower Italy.
In point of civilization, the Greeks were the predominant race in the empire.
In the southeast of Asia Minor and on the southern spurs of the Armenian mountains the population was Syrian.