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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
slide4

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
slide8

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
slide9

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
slide13

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
slide14

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
  • All of this preserved the “Greco Roman Culture” and classical learning.
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
  • All of this preserved the “Greco Roman Culture” and classical learning.
  • Constantinople’s main street (Mese) was a huge marketplace.
slide16

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
  • All of this preserved the “Greco Roman Culture” and classical learning.
  • Constantinople’s main street (Mese) was a huge marketplace.
  • Free entertainment was offered at the Hippodrome.
slide17

Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
  • All of this preserved the “Greco Roman Culture” and classical learning.
  • Constantinople’s main street (Mese) was a huge marketplace.
  • Free entertainment was offered at the Hippodrome.
  • ‘Fans’ formed rowdy groups and even started riots!
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Date: 9/27/11

Full Name: Joe Smith

Period: 7

Ch. 11 Sec 1 The Byzantine Empire

  • Even though West Roman Empire fell, the Eastern Greek (Byzantine) Empire flourished.
  • Emperors in the East still thought they ruled all of Rome.
  • Justinian: nobleman that became emperor – wanted to regain Rome’s glory.
  • His general Belisarius tried to reclaim Rome and eventually won control of all of Italy.
  • New Emperors ruled the ‘state’ and the church and their brutal policies made the job very dangerous.
  • Most Byzantines spoke only Greek and had their own character/identity.
  • Justinian Code: New laws based on the following:
    • Code: 5,000 of the ‘old’ Roman laws
    • Digest: ‘opinions’ of what the laws meant
    • Institutes: textbook for students of law
    • Novellae: New laws passed after the Code
  • The Code covered all areas of Byzantine life for 900 years.
  • Justinian also rebuilt the capital city of Constantinople
  • Church building was even more impressive as evidenced by the rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia: most splendid church in the Christian world.
  • He also expanded his palace into a complex of baths, courts, schools and hospitals.
  • All of this preserved the “Greco Roman Culture” and classical learning.
  • Constantinople’s main street (Mese) was a huge marketplace.
  • Free entertainment was offered at the Hippodrome.
  • ‘Fans’ formed rowdy groups and even started riots!
  • Justinian even considered leaving the city but his wife convinced him to stay
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