Episode 102 – The Islands

View of modern Heraklion founded by the Arab invaders in 828

View of modern Heraklion (in Crete) founded by the Arab invaders in 828

View of Enna (modern Castrogiovanni) in Sicily where Euphemius was stabbed to death

View of Enna (modern Castrogiovanni) in Sicily where Euphemius was stabbed to death

Michael II tries to secure his regime now that the civil war is over. However attacks on Sicily and Crete prevent him from returning to “normality.”

Period: 824-829

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