Visual Timeline: Emperor Zeno
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474 CE - 491 CE: Reign of Byzantine emperor Zeno.
475 CE - 476 CE: Revolt of Basiliscus against Zeno in the Byzantine Empire.
479 CE: Revolt by Marcian against Zeno in the Byzantine Empire.
481 CE: Theodoric Strabo marches on Constantinople.
481 CE: Theodoric Strabo dies when his horse throws him onto a spear.
482 CE: Patriarch Acacius and Zeno release the Henotikon, an attempted religious compromise, which creates the Acacian Schism with Rome.
484 CE - 519 CE: Acacian Schism between the Byzantine Empire and the Pope in Rome.
484 CE - 485 CE: Rebellion of Illus and Leontios against Emperor Zeno in the Byzantine Empire.
488 CE - 493 CE: Theodoric the Great conquers Italy from Odoacer.
491 CE: Death of Byzantine emperor Zeno.