Justinian was born in Tauresium around 482 AD.
He was adopted by his childless uncle. He was brought to Constantinople to guarantee his education by his uncle Justin. Justinian acted as a close confident and advisor.
They met when she had just been controverted to monophysitism, a non-orthodox doctrine
Justinian became Caesar in 525. On April 4, 527, Justin made Justinian his co-emperor and gave him the rank of Augustus. Justinian's wife Theodora received the rank of Augusta. Then, when Justin died on August 1, 527, Justinian went from joint to sole emperor.
Theodora influenced Sostinians legal and spiritual reforms. She proposed laws that protected the rights of women in the empire.
Haiga Sophia is a great architectural beauty and an important monument.
It was the collections of laws and legal interpretations developed under the sponsorship of Byzantine Emperor Justinian.
However, even after Justinian’s immense efforts, after his death, most of Italy, Southern ... Justinian’s reconquests in the west were not permanent.