- 532 - Nika rebellion in Konstantinopel: The circus parties rise against emperors Justinian I. and, Flavius Hypatius ( a nephew of the Anastasios I. plan the army leader.to appoint) the new emperor. Justinians Mrs. Theodora I.is a crucial portion of striking down the movement hadhave. The army leaders Belisar and Narses are assigned thrashing the insurgent ones; die over 30.000 humans, also Hypatius and its brother are executed, that senate of the city entmachtet to a large extent; during fünftägigen unrests partlydamaged Hagia Sophia is again established.
- 532 - In the autumn (supposed in September) east Rome and the Sassanidenreich close a “eternal peace”. By the present agreement Justinian attains freedom of action in view to the west.
- 533 - EastRoman troops under Belisar begin alsosurprisingly successful operations against the North African Vandalen, whose realm will smash 534 after only two battles.
- 16. November 534 - Emperor Justinian I. the revised version of the Codex Iustinianus gives change .
- Climatic changes of 535-536
- 535 - beginning of back conquestItaly by eastRoman troops
- 536 - during its stay in Konstantinopel Pope Agapet I. succeeds., Emperors Justinian I. against the monophysitischen Patriarchen of the city, Anthimus I.to take, which is set off and replaced by Menas.
- 25. December 537- Building of the Hagia Sophia in Konstantinopel finished.
- 538 - Beginning of a crossing wave of a part of the Japanese aristocracy from the Shintoismus to the Buddhismus - in the consequence military conflicts