The rise on the throne of Ioustiniano (482-565), played an important role in the aversion of the ancient Greek world. In 529 it published decree on the finalisation of the operation of philosophical faculties, as well as the Academy of Plato. During this period the first transformations of ancient temples in Christian churches were also observed. Thus in 534 during Ioustiniano’s ruling Thesio turned into a temple of Saint George. From this transformation the ancient monument suffered extensive destructions. In the second half of the fifth century is also attributed the transformation of Parthenon to a Christian royal.