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678 CE: First recorded use of Greek Fire in Byzantine warfare during the Arab siege of Constantinople.
 
 
717 CE - 718 CE: Greek Fire is used by Byzantine ships to attack an Arab fleet besieging Constantinople.
 
 
821 CE - 822 CE: Greek Fire is used by Byzantine ships to attack a Slav fleet besieging Constantinople.
 
 
941 CE: Greek Fire is used by Romanos I's fleet against a Russian fleet attacking Constantinople.
 
 
972 CE: Byzantine emperor John I Tzimisces uses Greek Fire to take the Bulgar capital of Preslav, then in Russian hands.
 
988 CE - 989 CE: Byzantine emperor Basil II uses Greek Fire to attack a rebel force led by the usurper Bardas Phokas.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
670 CE 710 CE 750 CE 790 CE 830 CE 870 CE 910 CE 950 CE

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