Ruins of a temple at Solunto.
A small 
cross of gold sheet, with rubbings of coins of Justin II (Emperor in 565–574) and holes for nails or thread, Italian, 6th century
The graffiti of Addaura
Icon depicting the Roman Emperor Constantine (centre) and the bishops of the First Council of Nicaea (325) holding the Niceno–Constantinopolitan Creed of 381.
Greek temple at Selinunte. (Temple dedicated to Hera, built in the 5th century BC.)
The Basilica of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy combines Western and Byzantine elements.
Ruins of a part of the Phoenician city in Mothia Island
Henry VIII (c. 1531)
The Roman amphitheatre of Syracuse.
Depiction of the Gothic War.
San Giovanni degli Eremiti, red domes showing elements of Arab architecture.
Roger I at the Battle of Cerami by Prosper Lafaye, circa 1860
Detail of the mosaic with Roger II receiving the crown by Christ, Martorana, Palermo. The mosaic carries an inscription Rogerios Rex
Henry VI of Hohenstaufen and Constance of Sicily.
"Sicilian Vespers" (1846), by Francesco Hayez
Catania duomo. Giovanni Battista Vaccarini's principal façade of 1736 shows Spanish architectural influences.
The revolution against the Bourbon in Palermo (12 January 1848).
Expedition of Thousand: landing at Marsala
Emigrants departing from the port of Syracuse
Map of the Allied landings in Sicily on 10 July 1943.

The history of Sicily has been influenced by numerous ethnic groups.

- History of Sicily

The Byzantine Papacy was a period of Byzantine domination of the papacy from 537 to 752, when popes required the approval of the Byzantine Emperor for episcopal consecration, and many popes were chosen from the apocrisiarii (liaisons from the pope to the emperor) or the inhabitants of Byzantine Greece, Byzantine Syria, or Byzantine Sicily.

- Caesaropapism
Ruins of a temple at Solunto.

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