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The despotate of the Morea was taken in 1460, and Trebizond in 1461. Constantinople, at the time of its fall, had become a phantom of its old self: a small, underpopulated, poor, fearful, and isolated city. Nevertheless, its conquest had a tremendous psychological effect on all the Orthodox populations and even in western Europe. For in the fall of the city of Constantine, they recognized the complete and permanent end of the Byzantine state. Physical Factors in the Evolution of the Landscape and Land Use Bernard Geyer Part 1: Geographical Determinants of the Byzantine Agrarian Economy From a geographer’s point of view, the Byzantine Empire developed within a context that was basically, though not exclusively, Mediterranean.

The strong interest of Manuel I in Italy may be seen in his very expensive and ultimately unsuccessful Italian campaign of 1155–56. It may also be found in his plan to restore the Roman Empire, with a sole civil authority (the Byzantine emperor) and a sole ecclesiastical authority (the pope). Relations with western Europeans also include those with the kingdom of Jerusalem. Manuel made an alliance with Kings Baldwin III (in 1158) and Amalric (in 1164), both of whom had married Byzantine princesses.

The beginnings of political recovery may be seen in the successful wars of Constantine V, the successful campaigns against the Slavs in central Greece and the Peloponnese under Irene and Nikephoros I, the reorganization of the themes of Macedonia and Hellas, and the creation of the themes of Kephalenia and the Peloponnese under Nikephoros, all marking the reestablishment of Byzantine administrative control. The aftereffects of the plague had worked themselves out, and there is evidence of a reversal of the demographic curve.

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