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Quarter 3–Week 8: Clovis, Justinian, and Others
Quarter 3–Week 8: Clovis, Justinian, and Others - presentation

karlyn-boh

Universal Theme Six:. The Preservation of God's People (300-1000 AD).. . In the readings of this week, we will read of two towering historical figures: Clovis, the first King of the Franks, and the Emperor Justinian. Both were Christians who sought to expand the influence of the faith through their exercise of power..

The Byzantine Empire Justinian
The Byzantine Empire Justinian -

enteringma

Who was Justinian?. What was his most important contribution?. Why is it significant?. From Roman to Byzantine Empire. What problems did the Eastern Roman Empire have?. What happened to the Eastern Roman Empire?.

Good Morning! Please silence & put away your phones / headphones
Good Morning! Please silence & put away your phones / he - presentation

karlyn-boh

Please get out your notes.. Today’s Agenda. Quick write. Short lecture on . Byzantium. Justinian clip from Dark Ages Documentary. Activity- Justinian , Theodora & the Byzantine Empire according to the sources.

Chapter 09, The Byzantines
Chapter 09, The Byzantines - presentation

faustina-d

Or, the . Romaioi. (what does that look like? In which language?. Adapted from AKINS . HIGH SCHOOL . Mr. . Loessin’s. . World History. Students recall:. 330 C.E. - Emperor . Constantine. moved the capital out of Rome and to the eastern capital of Byzantium, a city he renamed for himself – .

Interesting Personalities of the post-Classical Age
Interesting Personalities of the post-Classical Age - presentation

alida-mead

Empress Wu. Empress Theodora. Empress Wu zetian. The only female in Chinese history to rule as emperor. Effectively ruled China during one of its more peaceful and culturally diverse periods. Even though a popular Confucian saying stated that a woman ruling was as unnatural as having a “hen crow like a rooster at daybreak”.

Pg 268 - 273
Pg 268 - 273 - presentation

lois-ondre

The Byzantine Empire. The “New” Rome. Following Constantine’s decision to move the capital to Byzantium (Constantinople) power began to shift to the eastern half of the empire. In 527 C.E. Justinian succeeded his uncle as Emperor.

B elisarius
B elisarius - presentation

test

The Hero Behind . Justinian. Qianyu. Lin. Belisarius, byzantine general (ca.505-565). Flavius Belisarius is a general of the Byzantine Empire who first appeared as a bodyguard of Justinian I in history..

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..

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.

Byzantines, Islam & Crusades
Byzantines, Islam & Crusades - presentation

alida-mead

Byzantines. Justinian . (. 527-565). Islam. Arab World. Muhammad (570?-632). Religion of Islam. Expansion. Two Popes. Crusades. Why?. What. ?. Key Terms. Code . of Justinian. Koran. Five Pillars of .

Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Empire - presentation

myesha-tic

A.D. . 330-. A.D. 1453. “New Rome”. At first, Byzantines followed Roman ways.. Hippodrome was used for chariot races.. Emperors spoke Latin and enforced Roman laws.. As time passed, Byzantines became more Greek..

Mapping history activity
Mapping history activity - pdf

lindy-duni

143 Name Date Class CHAPTER 9 Justinian

Chapter 2 Flashcards
Chapter 2 Flashcards - presentation

tatiana-do

Age of Enlightenment. Age of Enlightenment. a rationalist, humanitarian and scientific movement . that . had an important impact on law and punishment. Auburn System. Auburn System. after the American revolution, New York State established several prisons to house convicted felons.

ORIGINS OF LAW
ORIGINS OF LAW - presentation

cheryl-pis

Learning Goals:. Understanding how laws were created and how they have evolved over time. Needs of society change over time. History of Law. in early societies local customs and beliefs were the law.

Religious Conviction and Art
Religious Conviction and Art - presentation

yoshiko-ma

objectives. Explain why during the Christian era, art shifts from earlier Greek and Roman traditions of realism toward a strong use of symbols.. Understand that under Justinian, the Byzantine empire moved to the East in 527 AD and that the emperor was extremely influential in fostering the art of his reign. .

Because of its location close to Judea, most Byzantines had
Because of its location close to Judea, most Byzantines had - presentation

test

The Byzantine Empire. Roman government. Byzantine government. How was government similar?. Citizens in the Byzantine Empire thought of themselves as Romans & they shared some similarities with the Roman Empire:.

Religious Convictions
Religious Convictions - presentation

natalia-si

Ch.7 Religious Conviction. During the Greek and Roman period, before the birth of Christ, art had been realistic. . The Early Christians would make their artwork more symbolic.. They were not allowed to practice Early Christianity in the Roman Empire..

10 min to study!  Have a pencil!
10 min to study! Have a pencil! - presentation

aaron

After test, define Unit 3 Vocab. Ch. 8 and 9. Justinian I. *. Theodora. Justinian’s Law Code. Kievan. . Rus. Constantinople. Hagia. Sophia. *. Cyrillic . Alphabet. Great Schism of 1054. Icons. Eastern .

The Byzantine Empire:
The Byzantine Empire: - presentation

alexa-sche

Were the Dark Ages really dark?. 310 CE to 1000 CE. (very approximately). Dark Ages or Middle Ages?. Dark Ages. Middle Ages. Gibbon’s book . The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. (1788) set the biased tone.

Do Now Answer the following questions in your notebook:
Do Now Answer the following questions in your notebook: - presentation

conchita-m

What city did Constantinople replace?. How did the location of Constantinople help make the Byzantine Empire successful?. Justinian . Ruled from 527 to 565.. Reconquered. lands that were lost in the West to preserve the Roman Empire..

Essential Questions: What are the major types of law in the
Essential Questions: What are the major types of law in the - presentation

phoebe-cli

Development of Law & Philosophical Foundations. What is Law?. John Adams – “In the United States, we will have a government of laws, not of men.”. Law. : a set of rules that allow peaceful living in a society. .

Key words:
Key words: - presentation

danika-pri

eugertism. . Pompeii. Nuceria. Parmularii. Scutari. Constantinople. Eastern Roman Empire. Hippodrome. Probus . Justin. Justinian . The riot at Pompeii (59 CE). (Fresco showing riot from House of . Actius.

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..

Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact/empires in east
Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact/empires in east - presentation

min-jolico

asia. A New Rome, A New Setting. Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman Empire). Justinian was leader who re-unified . western and eastern Rome. Established the . Justinian Code(law code) to guide society. Rebuilt Constantinople .

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