A motif from the Macedonian cultural heritage, made of metal, in the technique of applied mosaic. On a specially made metal plate, the motif is described in Macedonian and English. The motif and metal plate are mounted on a velvet base placed in a glazed wooden frame. The product is packed in a suitable packaging box.
Justinian I, detail from a 6th-century Byzantine mosaic in the Church of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy
1.220 ден – 4.360 ден
Description of Motive
Justinian I, detail from a 6th-century Byzantine mosaic in the Church of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy.
Justinian I was one of the most important figures in late antiquity, a Byzantine ruler born in the small village of Tauresium, today’s village of Taor in the Byzantine prefecture of Illyricum, near Skopje, today’s Skopje.
Justinian I was the emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire from 527 to 565. He is known for the expansion of the kingdom, especially with military campaigns, but he was also an Orthodox theologian. He built a large number of temples, the most beautiful of which is the temple of Saint Sophia in Constantinople.
History also remembers him as a great reformer of classical Roman law.
The collection of Justinian’s legislation was the basis for the development of civil legislation, today it is known as the Corpus of Civil Law.
In his honor, the Faculty of Law in Skopje at the Saints Cyril and Methodius University is named “Justinian the First”.
About the Product
A suitable gift for wedding, birthday, anniversary, celebration, name day, moving into a new home…
Димензија-1 / 13х16см., Димензија-2 / 17х21см., Димензија-3 / 20х24см., Димензија-4 / 25х32см., Димензија-5 / 30х37см.