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Do Now. Please answer the following question: List three pieces of information you remember from the empire posters you did last week. Do Now. Please write the following vocab words in your notes: Justinian Code Excommunication Justinian Cyrillic alphabet Hagia S ophia. Golden Ages.

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Do now

Do Now

  • Please answer the following question:

  • List three pieces of information you remember from the empire posters you did last week


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  • Please write the following vocab words in your notes:

  • Justinian Code

  • Excommunication

  • Justinian

  • Cyrillic alphabet

  • HagiaSophia


Golden ages

Golden Ages


Essential question

Essential Question

  • What influences did these empires have on society both past and present?


The byzantine empire

The Byzantine Empire

  • 330 – 1583 AD

  • Eastern Roman Empire

  • Crossroad of Europe and Asia

  • Modern-day Turkey


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The Roman Empire Divided in 294


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Constantine’s City--Constantinopolis


What made them powerful

What made them powerful?

  • They controlled Constantinople which controlled trade between Europe and Asia/ Mediterranean and Black Seas

  • They grew rich from trade


Evidence of golden age

Evidence of Golden Age

  • Created a large empire

  • - Justinian’s code

  • - Hagia Sophia is world’s most beautiful church at the time

  • - center for culture, learning, and civilization


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Justinian’s Empire at its Peak


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Church of Hagia Sophia [Holy Wisdom]


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Interior of the Church of Hagia Sophia


The early russians

The Early Russians

  • State of Kiev: 800 – 1240 AD

  • Modern day Ukraine


What made them powerful1

What made them powerful?

  • They held a key location on Black Sea rivers

  • Controlled trade and grew rich


Evidence of golden age1

Evidence of Golden Age

  • Orthodox Church flourishes in Kiev

  • - Kiev becomes a center for Russian culture and learning.

  • - Trade flourishes and people have a high standard of living


Project

Project

  • You will pick two of the following:

    Byzantines , Mongols, Muslims, Tang/Song

  • Then please complete the following:

  • Create a poster that “sells” your culture to other nations as being the BEST

    -Include- your achievements, leaders, maps of territories gained(use pictures)

    Show why YOU ARE THE BEST!!!


Tang and song dynasties

Tang and Song Dynasties

  • Tang: 618 – 907 A.D.

  • Song: 960 – 1279 A.D.

  • China


What made them powerful2

What made them powerful?

  • They control China which is the dominant civilization in Asia

  • Organized government

  • Strong armies


Evidence of golden age2

Evidence of Golden Age

  • TANG

  • -         Invent Printing Press

  • -         Expand Empire

  • -         Long period of peace

  • SONG

  • -         increase in cultural achievements

  • -         Poetry and other literature

  • -         Get rich through trade


Reading guide

Reading Guide

  • P 71-72

  • P 100-102

  • P 109-112

  • P 115-116


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Do Now

  • Pick the term that DOES NOT fit with the rest! Explain why you picked it! Do both

  • Modern day TurkeyTrade

  • Modern day UkrainePrinting Press

  • ChinaWar

  • Rome Organized govt


Gd question

GD question

  • In your GD groups, please answer the following questions:

  • What makes a country became an empire? (what do they usually have or control?)

  • What makes up a Golden Age?


The mongols

The Mongols

  • Mongol Empire:

  • 1162 – 1480 AD

  • Asia and Eastern Europe


Kublai khan become emperor

Kublai Khan Become Emperor

  • A New Emperor

    • Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis, becomes great khan in 1260.

    • Kublai conquers China by 1279.

    • Land included China, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Korea


What made them powerful3

What made them powerful?

  • Expert horseman and warriors

  • Very powerful military

  • Use cannons, bows, germ warfare, and terror tactics to win. (MOTIVATED)


Evidence of golden age3

Evidence of Golden Age

  • -         Increased trade between Europe and Asia

  • -         Pax-Mongolia is a long period of peace and prosperity within the Mongol Empire


Islamic empires

Islamic Empires

  • 626 AD – 1629 AD

  • Middle East, Africa, Europe


What made them powerful4

What made them powerful?

  • Controlled Trade which made them wealthy

  • United by religion (Islam) and language (Arabic)

  • Very powerful armies


Evidence of golden age4

Evidence of Golden Age

Learning

  • Algebra/decimal system

  • Preserved and updated Greek and Roman learning

    Medicine

  • discovered contagious disease

  • surgery

  • set broken arms/legs

  • created a medical textbook (Al Razi)


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Literature and Art

  • calligraphy

  • buildings with domes


Southeast asia

Southeast Asia

  • Khmer Empire

  • 800-1200 CE

  • Present day Cambodia

  • Made large irrigation canals

  • Angkor Watwas created


Angkor wat

Angkor Wat


Gd question1

GD question

  • In your GD groups please answer the following question:

  • In your opinion, what was the greatest empire (five from today and yesterday) studied in class?

  • Make sure you provide facts to support your claim


Classwork

Classwork

  • Textbook page 334 #1, 3, 4,5

  • Textbook page 338 #1, 3, 4, 5

  • Textbook page 272 #1

  • Textbook page 279 #1, 3,4, 5

  • Reading Guide pages:

    76-81

    91-97

    109-112

    115-116

  • P 71-72 and 100-102 (Monday’s work)


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