Basil I. (d. 886)

Basil I., the Macedonian, emperor of the East; though he had raised himself to the throne by a succession of crimes, governed wisely; compiled, along with his son Leo, surnamed the Philosopher, a code of laws that were in force till the fall of the empire; fought successfully against the Saracens; (d. 886).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Basil, St., The Great
Basil I.
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Basilicon Doron
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Basnages, Jacques
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