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How did the collapse of the Western Roman Empire influence Justinian's reign? A) He believed in the laws of the Western Roman Empire and adopted many in his territory. B) He spent a significant amount of his finances on building an army to fight against former Western Roman forces. C) His rule became consumed by the idea of capturing former territories of the Western Roman Empire. D) His rule was focused on driving former members of the Western Roman Empire out of his territory
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The reign of Justinian marked the establishment of the new, Byzantine empire; the beginning of Western Europe's unique position within the civilizations of the Old World; and made possible the spread of Islam and the rise of the Franks.

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