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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

A Weakening Empire 6 th Grade UBD - Unit 7 - A Weakening Empire
A Weakening Empire 6 th Grade UBD - Unit 7 - A Weakening Emp - presentation

test

Preview. Decline. -. After the year 180, political, geographic, and cultural factors made the Roman Empire weaker. Finally, it fell into decline.. Diocletian and Constantine. - . Diocletian returned order and organization to the empire. Constantine totally changed the way the empire was run..

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.

Objective WWBAT: Introduce the origins of the Mughal Empire and major leaders of the Mughal Empire
Objective WWBAT: Introduce the origins of the Mughal Empire - presentation

pasty-tole

InterACTIVE. Notebook Setup. 2/15/2018. Mughal Empire and Culture . This will be one page . Religion and Culture . Abu Akbar’s Reign. Mughal Rise and Politics . Sunni Islamic Turkish nomadic group .

The Roman Empire included these modern countries:
The Roman Empire included these modern countries: - presentation

celsa-spra

Portugal. Spain. Andorra. United Kingdom. France. Monaco. Luxembourg. Belgium. Netherlands. Germany. Switzerland. Liechtenstein. Italy. San Marino. Vatican City. Malta. Austria. Czech Republic. Slovakia.

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.

“The empire of the world…must be one, one faith and one kingdom.  To make this unity there is n
“The empire of the world…must be one, one faith and one - presentation

min-jolico

Mehmed. the conqueror. Islamic Empires in Asia. Chapter . 18. Ottoman Empire. Rise of the Ottomans. Ghazis – Warriors for Islam – 1. st. Ottomans (Turkish). Anatolia (Asia Minor – Turkey) – Mongolian Persecution.

The Mughal Empire
The Mughal Empire - presentation

marina-yar

Amari, Jazmine, Stephanie, and Zayrienne . Due Date: March 10, 2014. Rise. . The Delhi sultanate began to weaken in the early 1500’s and this left India open to invasion.. . The man who took advantage of this was a young Central Asian conqueror named Zahir ud-Din, but better known as Babur or “The Tiger”. After trying and failing to create an empire in Central Asia he turned to India..

Emerging Europe & the  Byzantine Empire
Emerging Europe & the Byzantine Empire - presentation

debby-jeon

Chapter 9. Essential Questions. Why was Rome the center of the Christian world at the beginning of the period?. What purpose does a strong central government serve?. How do you think the Magna Carta affected the development of the U.S. government?.

“The empire of the world…must be one, one faith and one kingdom.  To make this unity there is n
“The empire of the world…must be one, one faith and one - presentation

kittie-lec

Mehmed. the conqueror. Islamic Empires in Asia. Chapter . 18. Ottoman Empire. Rise of the Ottomans. Ghazis – Warriors for Islam . Anatolia (Modern Day Turkey) . Osman – the Ottomans. Devshirme. .

End of an Empire Problems in the empire
End of an Empire Problems in the empire - presentation

tatyana-ad

At its height the Roman Empire included all the land around the Mediterranean Sea. In the early AD 100s, the empire stretched from Britain south to Egypt, and from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Syrian Desert. .

Topic: The Gupta Empire
Topic: The Gupta Empire - presentation

phoebe-cli

Session: 44. Date: . Warm-up: . A. re our laws today more like Ashoka's or Hamurabi's? . Justify your reasoning.. Buddhism spreads under Ashoka. In our study of the Gupta Empire, SWBAT evaluate the impact of advancements on Indian society by reading selections, examining visuals, and interpretingmedia to gather details and draw conclusions, creating a cause and effect chart and by completing an organizer..

The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire
The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire - presentation

yoshiko-ma

© Student Handouts, Inc.. www.studenthandouts.com. What was the Roman Empire?. There were two periods of Roman government.. Roman Republic . 509 BCE-30 BCE. Roman Empire. 30 BCE-476 CE. Rome technically had an “empire” under the Roman Republic..

The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire
The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire - presentation

mitsue-sta

© Student Handouts, Inc.. www.studenthandouts.com. What was the Roman Empire?. There were two periods of Roman government.. Roman Republic . 509 BCE-30 BCE. Roman Empire. 30 BCE-476 CE. Rome technically had an “empire” under the Roman Republic..

Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire - presentation

test

The Modern Era. (1750-1900). Remember the Ottomans?. Conquered Constantinople in 1453: Istanbul. “Golden Age” under Suleyman Magnificent in mid 16. th. c. . Janissaries . Blend Byzantine, Arab, & Persian styles.

The Umayyad Empire By Seth Archer and Jaehyeong Lee
The Umayyad Empire By Seth Archer and Jaehyeong Lee - presentation

cheryl-pis

Block 4B, AP World History, Mr. Cleland. 9/23/10. Quraysh Bedouin Tribe and the Umayyad Clan. Founded Mecca . Wealth of the Meccan merchants enhanced Ka’ba in the city.. Ka’ba attracted people into the city – this means that the merchant have more people to sell to..

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), .

Breakup of the Ottoman Empire
Breakup of the Ottoman Empire - presentation

pasty-tole

Conflict Begins in the Middle East. The Middle East Today . The Ottoman Empire . Rise of the Ottoman Empire. Decline of the Ottoman Empire. An Excellent NPR Report on Partitioning of the Middle East.

Imperialism & Empire
Imperialism & Empire - presentation

tawny-fly

Empire & Aftermath. October 2016. Empires in History. Large . territories that control millions of people, . and have . common internal characteristics: management of diverse peoples to exploit resources; communication and transport systems organised to serve the priorities of the imperial centre (metropolis); an imperial project that imposed unity throughout the .

The Umayyad Empire
The Umayyad Empire - presentation

aaron

By Seth Archer and Jaehyeong Lee. Block 4B, AP World History, Mr. Cleland. 9/23/10. Quraysh Bedouin Tribe and the Umayyad Clan. Founded Mecca . Wealth of the Meccan merchants enhanced Ka’ba in the city..

The Inca Empire Ms.  Carmelitano
The Inca Empire Ms. Carmelitano - presentation

ellena-man

Geography. Located in South America in the Andes Mountains. Capital: Cuzco in Peru. Empire spanned from . Chile. to. Ecuador. Largest empire in the Americas. Map. Building an Empire. There was already a history of culture in Peru.

The Early Empire BLUE BOOK P. 286-294
The Early Empire BLUE BOOK P. 286-294 - presentation

mitsue-sta

. Today’s Objectives. I . will . be able to ……. Explain the Achievements of Augustus which led to the Pax Romana.. Identify various Roman emperors and their achievements.. Explain what factors led to Roman prosperity, such as roads, aqueducts, ports, and currency..

In the eyes of empire builders men are not men but instrume
In the eyes of empire builders men are not men but instrume - presentation

olivia-mor

Napoleon Bonaparte. Empire. “a major political unit having a territory of great extent or a number of territories or peoples under a single sovereign authority; . especially. . :. one having an emperor as chief of state “.

An Accidental Empire
An Accidental Empire - presentation

phoebe-cli

British got their Empire in a `. fit of absence of mind. `. There was no systematic plan to build an Empire, rather it just happened.. In fact, many in Britain against establishing an Empire as it was expensive to maintain and defend..

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