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The Peace with Persia
and the Division of the Mediterranean Basin ?
When West and East
drifting apart in 5th century ? East longest spell peaceful
relations with greatest rival Sassanid Persia. ?
384 CE ? Theodosius I
and Shapur II 0 partition of the Armenian buffer state between Rome and Persia.
Removal grievous bone of contention allowed T to concentrate on two usurpers in
the west and consolidation of his control. ?
invasions ? East does not utilize peace to help West.? Tensions yes, but death of Arcadius and Stilicho should have
stopped this ? lack of initiative and inertia even when Theodosius II ascended
the throne. ?
Pressure of barbarians
on East?? No evidence of many measures
taken against them ? Attila only focussing on East because reached agreement
with West who could not beat him without East. ?
Paradox ? three
decades after resumption hostilities between Byzantium and Persia ? after he
had patched up a shaky peace with Chosro I, purpose leaving Justinian free to
deal with Vandals, gave little hope of respite ended for Western enterprise. ?
Bias sources but clear
Persians mainly kept to their treaties and Romans failure to do so in 420-22
and 441-42 caused Roman lack of fulfilment for promises. ?
peace and stability for its Eastern part at expense of virtual abandonment of
the Mediterranean basin, or involvement in West leading to costly wars with
Sassanids at least convenient moments.
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