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Definition of Byzant

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Bezant Be*zant", n. [See Byzant.] 1. A gold coin of Byzantium or Constantinople, varying in weight and value, usually (those current in England) between a sovereign and a half sovereign. There were also white or silver bezants. [Written also besant, byzant, etc.] 2. (Her.) A circle in or, i. e., gold, representing the gold coin called bezant. --Burke. 3. A decoration of a flat surface, as of a band or belt, representing circular disks lapping one upon another.
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Byzant Byz"ant, Byzantine Byz"an*tine (-[a^]n"t[imac]n) n.[OE. besant, besaunt, F. besant, fr. LL. Byzantius, Byzantinus, fr. Byzantium.] (Numis.) A gold coin, so called from being coined at Byzantium. See Bezant.

Meaning of Byzant from wikipedia

- In the Middle Ages, the term bezant (Old French besant, from Latin bizantius aureus) was used in Western Europe to describe several gold coins of the east...
- Byzantine architecture is the architecture of the Byzantine Empire, or Eastern Roman Empire. The Byzantine era is usually dated from 330 AD, when Constantine...
- JSTOR 545436. Mills, Robert. "Kabbalah - The Tree of Life". www.byzant.com. Byzant Mystical. "Tree of Life - A Thorough Explanation". Token Rock. "Kabbalah:...
- Byzantinism, or Byzantism, is the political system and culture of the Byzantine Empire, and its spiritual successors the Orthodox Christian Balkan countries...
- reflected in the French besant (d'or), Italian bisante, and English besant, byzant, or bezant. The English usage, derived from Old French besan (pl. besanz)...
- Byzantine Studies, Cambridge, March 1990 (Society for the Promotion of Byzant). Variorum. ISBN 978-0-86078-338-1. Clark, Victoria (2000). Why Angels Fall:...
- reflected in the French besant (d'or), Italian bisante, and English besant, byzant, or bezant. The English usage, derived from Old French besan (pl. besanz)...
- Studien zum Antiken Judentum 91). Tübingen, Germany: J.C.B. Mohr. p. 129. Byzant Symbols "Bernard Picart and the first global vision of religion" - Page...
- and pointed boots curving backwards". Schol. Pers. Sat. IV 26; Steph**** Byzant. s.v. Κυρίς; Festus p. 302 L Paulus ex Festo p. 43 and 55 L; Servius Aen...
- maturity. The idea of Eurasianism contrasts with Konstantin Leontyev's Byzantism, which is similar in its rejection of the West, but identifies with the...
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