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In AD 330, the capital of the Roman Empire was moved to [[Byzantium]], and the city continued to prosper. In [[Byzantine]] days Hama was known as '''Emath''' or '''Emathoùs''' (''Εμαθούς'' in [[Greek language|Greek]]). Roman rule from Byzantium meant the [[Christian religion]] was strengthened throughout the Near East, and churches were built in Hama and other cities. The Byzantine historian [[John of Epiphania]] was born in Hama in the 6th century.<ref name="Ring2"/>
 
Eustathius of Epiphaneia ({{lang-grc|Εὐστάθιος Ἐπιφανεύς}}) was a Greek historian. All his works lost. The most famous was the "Brief Chronicle" ({{lang-grc|Χρονικὴν ἐπιτομὴν}}).<ref>[https://www.cs.uky.edu/~raphael/sol/sol-entries/epsilon/3746 Suda Encyclopedia, § eps.3746]</ref>
 
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