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Byzantine Empire

Byzantine empire 1000 years of a strong and large empire 500’s-1463 Location: on the Black Sea Mediterranean Sea Therefore good fisherman, sailors Therefore good economy, good trade. Therefore a lot of cultural diffusion -In ancient times this is called Asia Minor -Not to far from Greece Therefore a lot of Greek influences. 1) Spoke Greek 2) Influenced by Greek Architecture 3) Influenced by a new form of Christianity Greek orthodox church=Byzantine Empire is called the Eastern Orthodox...

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Cultural Heavyweights Dar Al-Islam and the Byzantine Empire.

WHAP Cultural Heavyweights Dar Al-Islam and The Byzantine Empire. The Muslim World and The Byzantine Empire were two of the most powerful and most-linked-together civilizations during the Middle Ages due mostly to their cultural achievements, religious values, and economic activities. The Byzantine Empire and Muslim World had very similar and different cultural achievements due to their very unique styles but also sharing each other’s ideas as well. The Muslim world’s...

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Byzantine Empire

Date Name DBQ SzBYZANTINE EMPIRE UNDER IUSTINIAN Historical Context Justinian became emperor in527, he was determined to revive the ancient Roman Empire, to build a new Rome. He established Constantinople as the capital of the Byzantine, or Eastern RomarL Empire. Justiniar{s actions preserved Roman heritage for more than a thousand years. \Atrhen I Directions: The following question is based on the accompanying documents Part A. As you analyze the documents, take into account both...

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The Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire, in western Asia and southeastern Europe, expanded into eastern Europe. The Byzantine Empire, with territory in the Balkans, the Middle East, and the eastern Mediterranean, maintained very high levels of political, economic, and cultural life between 500 and 1450 C.E. The empire continued many Roman patterns and spread its Orthodox Christian civilization through most of eastern Europe, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia. Catholic Christianity, without an imperial center, spread in...

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Distribution Systems in Post Classical China(Tang Dynasty) and the Byzantine Empire

Stella Boye-Doe CC Essay- Tang China and the Byzantine Empire During the postclassical period from 600 to 1450 CE empires, such as the Tang dynasty in China and the Byzantine Empire, used new methods of equal land distribution in their societies. Each empire had very distinct methods for organizing the distribution of land in their empires.For the Tang dynasty land was distributed according to the equal field system while in the Byzantine empire land was given according to the theme system....

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Byzantine Empire

tribes 2 St. Paul used the term ekklesia to refer to (A) a parish church (B) the Mediterranean-wide assembly of Jesus’ followers (C) the office and officials of the Christian religion (D) the building in which Christians worshipped 3 The Byzantine emperor Justinian is most famous for his (A) reconquest of Italy (B) conversion of the Slavic peoples (C) contributions to Christian theology (D) code of law 4 The value which Germanic tribes ascribed to the worth of individual members was...

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Byzantine Empire

 Homework #13 cont.d a. The Byzantine Empire acted as a shield against the Arabs and Turks, preventing them from wilder invasions and conquests in Europe. Classical Greek and Roman texts were used during the rule of the Byzantine Empire after the fall of the Roman Empire (in the west). When the Crusades came, the crusaders brought a grand quantity of important Europeans into close contact with the wealthier and sophisticated Byzantine culture. The European texts that were supposedly lost...

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The Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire The Byzantine Empire, the survivor of the Roman empire, flourished into the oldest and longest lasting empire in our history. It began with Constantine the Great's triumph of Christianity. He then transferred his capital from Rome to the refounded Byzantium in the early 4th century, year 330 AD, and named it Constantinople after himself. This city became the surviving safe spot after the breakup of the Western Roman empire by the 5th century. It was by far the largest...

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Byzantine Empire vs China

was built up by large empires characterized by constant patterns of change, trade, and considerable changes in technologies. In 1492 CE these civilizations got global, meaning that the interactions among these different societies stopped being regional. Two empires who were very important during the Postclassical Period were the Byzantine Empire and China. Geographically these civilizations were far apart, but as they developed, they became two of the most influential empires of the time. Also, as...

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Byzantine Empire and People

of the Byzantine Empire? This controversy is related to the development of the Byzantine Empire because in the Byzantine Empire had difficulties. The reason being is because the emperor wanted all the people to speak a different language. In the debate to switch students from their old school to a new school they won’t like. 2. How does this controversy differ from issues in the Byzantine Empire? This controversy differs from the issues in the Byzantine Empire because in the Empire they had...

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