I've also come across a self-published writer called Gordon Doherty, who has written a string of Roman historical fiction, and has a series based in the Byzantine Empire, named Strategos:
The sample doesn't look too bad - just a little infodumpy - and I've put it on my wish list to explore further.
the West/Latins/Catholic Church committed, arguably, one of the most stupid mistakes in history by conducting the Fourth Crusade against it.
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