Suggested at first by Diocletian during economic and civil strife in the 200s, and then made law by Theodosius in 395 AD, the Roman empire was split into eastern and western halves. What was the eastern empire known as?

Answer Byzantine

The Byzantine empire, or the eastern Roman Empire, would go on to exist through the 15th century, when it was overtaken by the Ottoman Empire.

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