Information about Emperor Anastasius I of the Eastern Roman Empire

Emperor Anastasius I of the Eastern Roman Empire (431 - 9 July 518)

Anastasius I (Latin: Flavius Anastasius Augustus, Greek: Ἀναστάσιος Α' ὁ Δίκορος) was Eastern Roman Emperor from 491 to 518. His reign was characterized by substantive accomplishments, which were representative of emerging patterns of government, economy, and bureaucracy in the Eastern Roman empire. In addition, Anastasius I is known for leaving the imperial government with a sizable budget surplus due to minimization of government corruption, reforms to the tax code, and the introduction of a new form of currency.

Emperor Anastasius I of the Eastern Roman Empire reigned in...
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