Who won the Byzantine Sassanid war?
After decades of inconclusive fighting, Emperor Maurice ended the Byzantine–Sasanian War of 572–591 by helping the exiled Sasanian prince Khosrow, the future Khosrow II, to regain his throne from the usurper Bahrām Chobin.
Who won the Sasanian war?
Byzantine–Sasanian War of 572–591
|Location||Mesopotamia, Caucasus, Syria|
|Result||Byzantine victory Khosrow II is restored to the Sasanian throne|
|Territorial changes||Khosrow II gives the Byzantine Empire most of Persian Armenia and western half of Iberia after the Sasanian civil war of 589-591|
What was the impact of the Byzantine Sasanian War of 602 628 on both empires?
The devastating impact of the war of 602–628, along with the cumulative effects of a century of almost continuous Byzantine-Persian conflict, left both empires crippled.
Why did the gap between Byzantium and Rome widen in the early eighth century?
Why did the gap between Byzantium and Rome widen in the early eighth century? Answers: The Byzantines refused to help Rome when it was threatened by Arab invaders. The Byzantines converted to Arian Christianity.