The same center would have been renamed in Byzantine times.
In Byzantine times, it was the seat of a bishop.
During the Byzantine times it was referred to as the "metropolis of knowledge".
There is no evidence that these mines were in use during Byzantine times.
During Byzantine times the city went into a steady decline.
Very little is known of the city during Byzantine times.
I've picked it as a typical early Byzantine time.
Nothing is known about the history of this small round building, erected between the fifth and the sixth century, during Byzantine times.
There were many other towns, which became bishoprics in Byzantine times.
In Byzantine times, the city declined gradually and eventually disappeared.