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)In what way did Roman culture influence the habits of the Byzantine emperor during the Byzantine period? Byzantine emperors gave more of their political power to their generals. Byzantine emperors gave themselves more of an appearance of splendor. Byzantine emperors gave more charitable support to the lower class. Byzantine emperors gave the senate more say in imperial decisions.

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    The Byzantine emperor wasn't in the habit of giving political power to their generals, nor were they renowned for their charitable support of the lower class. And as in Rome, the Byzantine emperor did NOT give the Senate any real power other than as a rubber stamp to their policies. But one thing that both Roman and Byzantine emperors shared was that they couldn't resist giving themselves more of an appearance of splendor whether it was in building monuments or going off to conquer territory to expand the empire.

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