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Th e Byzantine Empire The Early Byzantine Empire
Th e Byzantine Empire The Early Byzantine Empire - presentation

tatiana-do

Capital: Byzantium. On the Bosporus. Commercial, strategic value of location. Constantine names capital after himself (Constantinople), moves capital there 330 CE. 1453 falls to Turks, renamed Istanbul.

The Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire - presentation

trish-goza

610-1070. Strains on the Empire. Avars. Slavs. Persians. And after 632 the Muslims. Heraclius. Came to power amid military disaster. Avars. , Slavs, and Persians were all attacking the empire at once.

Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Empire - presentation

test

aka Eastern Roman Empire. Byzantine Empire. ". Byzantine" derives from Byzantium, an ancient Greek colony founded by a man named . Byzas. . . Located . on the European side of the Bosporus (the strait linking the Black Sea to the Mediterranean), .

Byzantine Empire – Eastern Roman Empire Byzantine Empire (330 CE-1453 CE)
Byzantine Empire – Eastern Roman Empire Byzantine Empire ( - presentation

danika-pri

Byzantine Empire – Eastern Roman Empire Byzantine Empire (330 CE-1453 CE) The Eastern Empire split from Rome after 330 CE, and continued under Greek rule While the West fell in 485 CE, the East continued and was a dominant force

The Byzantine Empire Basic Features of Byzantine Civilization
The Byzantine Empire Basic Features of Byzantine Civilizatio - presentation

debby-jeon

Roman Imperial . in its form of government;. Orthodox Christian . in religion. Greek . in its culture and language. From Eastern Roman to Byzantine Empire. Constantinople. – imperial capital; center of a world empire; a Christian city under the protection of God; .

Aim: How did the first Byzantine Empire really impact Greec
Aim: How did the first Byzantine Empire really impact Greec - presentation

danika-pri

Do Now: What do you know about Ancient history?.  . Rise of The Empire. -Rome’s emperor Constantine moved the capital to Constantinople, causing Rome to be split into two parts (Eastern Empire and Western Empire).

Heirs to Rome:  The Byzantine Empire
Heirs to Rome: The Byzantine Empire - presentation

trish-goza

World History: Libertyville HS. Where Was the ERE?. Capitol, Constantinople, located at narrowest point between Europe, Asia (Hellespont). Major trade routes to North / South. North, to . Rus. / Vikings.

Byzantine Empire (330-1453)
Byzantine Empire (330-1453) - presentation

ellena-man

Definition. Byzantine:. this term is a modern invention. The Byzantines called themselves either ‘Romans’. . or ‘Greeks’. Invented by the classical scholar Hieronymus Wolf and popularized by Montesquieu.

The Byzantine Empire What Is our Focus?
The Byzantine Empire What Is our Focus? - presentation

tatyana-ad

Essential Questions. How can religion impact a culture?. What factors lead to the rise and fall of empires?. We’ve already talked about the importance of maintenance and wise decisions. . It Matters Because….

Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Empire - presentation

karlyn-boh

Location. The eastern portion of the former Roman Empire. Capital City – Constantinople (modern day Istanbul). Excellent location for trade. Military defense. Fought with the following for control of the area.

The Byzantine Empire Constantine’s Two Changes
The Byzantine Empire Constantine’s Two Changes - presentation

myesha-tic

Religion. Constantine became Christian. Ended persecution of Christians. Made Christianity the official religion of Rome. Capital City. Moved capital from Rome to Byzantium. Rebuilt the city stronger.

The Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire - presentation

pasty-tole

and . Early Russia. AP European History. Byzantine Empire. Formation of the Empire. Established by Emperor Diocletian’s division of the Roman Empire. Eastern half of the Roman Empire. Constantine reunited the empires but moved the capital to Constantinople.

The Byzantine  Empire The “New Rome”
The Byzantine Empire The “New Rome” - presentation

celsa-spra

Tennessee State Standard . 7.2 Summarize the consequences of the fall of the Roman Empire including the continuation of . the . Eastern Roman Empire as the Byzantine Empire, Justinian and the significance of .

Chapter 12 Europe and the Byzantine Empire
Chapter 12 Europe and the Byzantine Empire - presentation

ellena-man

Developments in Europe and the Byzantine Empire. . Where we last left off…. The Roman Empire was divided into two factions. The . Eastern Roman Empire. , centered in Constantinople became highly centralized government known as the .

Early Middle Ages/Byzantine
Early Middle Ages/Byzantine - presentation

briana-ran

Dates: 330-1500. Map of the Byzantine Empire. Byzantine Empire. The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire in the Greek speaking, eastern part of the Mediterranean. . Byzantium was the name of a small, but important town at the .

Byzantine Art
Byzantine Art - presentation

sherrill-n

Early Byzantine 500-726 (Iconoclastic Controversy). Iconoclastic Controversy 726-843. Middle/High Byzantine 843-1200 (Medieval Crusades). Late Byzantine 1200-1453 (Ottoman Conquest). Main Ideas of Byzantine Art.

I.  The Byzantine Civilization
I. The Byzantine Civilization - presentation

test

Chapter 6: The Byzantine & Islamic Empires. The Rise of “New Rome”. Constantinople . D. edicated in 330. Important commercial center. Political and religious center. Capital of Eastern Roman Empire.

The Byzantine Empire in Postclassical Times
The Byzantine Empire in Postclassical Times - presentation

luanne-sto

The Byzantine Empire in Postclassical Times Origins Roman Emperor Constantine moves capital to Byzantium (Constantinople) - 330 CE Roman Empire divided - 395 CE In 7 th century CE Greek adopted by Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire in Postclassical Times
The Byzantine Empire in Postclassical Times - presentation

mitsue-sta

Origins. Roman Emperor Constantine moves capital to Byzantium (Constantinople) - 330 CE. Roman Empire divided - 395 CE. In 7. th. century CE Greek adopted by Byzantine Empire. Why did the Eastern Roman Empire survive?.

As the Roman Empire continued to grow in size, it became in
As the Roman Empire continued to grow in size, it became in - presentation

briana-ran

. The Byzantine Empire-The Eastern half of the Roman Empire. The dividing line was chosen because most territories to the west of the line spoke Latin and followed traditional Roman culture, while the territories to the east spoke Greek and maintained less traditional Roman ways..

The Byzantine  Empire The “New Rome”
The Byzantine Empire The “New Rome” - presentation

stefany-ba

Practice saying ‘Byzantine!’. (Biz – un – teen). Constantine moved capital to . Byzantium. . & renamed it .

Byzantium Chapter 10 The Early Byzantine Empire
Byzantium Chapter 10 The Early Byzantine Empire - presentation

stefany-ba

Great location. Constantinople=capital in 340 C.E. (kept name until controlled by Ottoman Turks in 1453 C.E. when it was renamed Istanbul). Named Byzantium after . Byzantion. , fishing village. Eastern half of classical Roman Empire that remained intact.

Byzantine Empire (330-1453)
Byzantine Empire (330-1453) - presentation

marina-yar

Definition. Byzantine:. this term is a modern invention. The Byzantines called themselves either ‘Romans’. . or ‘Greeks’. Invented by the classical scholar Hieronymus Wolf and popularized by Montesquieu.

The Byzantine Empire and Emerging Europe
The Byzantine Empire and Emerging Europe - presentation

calandra-b

Ch 2.1 The First Christians. Place & Time. 50 – 800 AD. Christianity blooms. Roman Empire splits and evolves. Ch 1.1 . Vocab. Procurator. Clergy. Laity. Transformation. Structure. The Roman Empire.

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