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World History I. Unit Seven Block Two Lecture The geographical importance of Constantinople.

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World history i

World History I

Unit Seven Block Two Lecture

The geographical importance of Constantinople


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Byzantines?

Hagia Sophia?

Nika revolts?

Justinian?

Great Schism?


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  • By 325 CE/AD the capital of Rome is moved to Byzantium, which is renamed Constantinople (now called Istanbul in modern day Turkey).

  • The Roman Empire splits permanently in 395 CE/AD, leaving the Western Roman Empire to fend for itself.

  • 476 CE/AD marks the end of the Western Roman Empire. The Eastern Roman Empire now becomes the Byzantine Empire (same empire but a new name).


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  • Constantinople is now the center of power in the western world (So long Rome!)

  • It is located between the Black Sea to the north and the Aegean Sea to the south

  • It is located between the Bosporus Strait and Dardanelles Strait


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  • Constantinople is positioned to be an easily protected center of trade

  • The city is Located near a natural harbor on a peninsula

  • The city is easily fortified as hills protect the peninsula from the land

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Why constantinople outlasts rome
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  • The city protects the eastern frontier of the former Roman Empire.

  • The city is a crossroads of trade between Europe (the Balkans including Greece and Macedonia) and Asia (including Asia Minor and the former Persian Empire)

  • Constantinople is not affected by Germanic invasions from the north like Rome

  • The city is the seat of Byzantine Empire until the Ottoman Conquest (326 to 1453 CE/AD)

Cool … but not THAT crossroads!


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