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Daily Objective 1-18-12. Warm up: Islam Review PowerPoint Introduction to Byzantium Empire Notes . Warm-up 10-22-12. What city did Islam originate in? Mecca How was Islam able to spread throughout the known world? Trading routes . Byzantium . Origins

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Daily objective 1 18 12
Daily Objective 1-18-12

  • Warm up: Islam Review

  • PowerPoint

    • Introduction to Byzantium Empire

  • Notes


Warm up 10 22 12
Warm-up10-22-12

  • What city did Islam originate in?

    • Mecca

  • How was Islam able to spread throughout the known world?

    • Trading routes


Byzantium
Byzantium

  • Origins

    • Roman Empire was split into 2 Empires

      • West (Capital Rome) & East (Constantinople)

    • Established in 474 A.D.

    • Continuation of the Roman Empire but in the East


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Byzantium

  • Justinian

    • Crowned Emperor of the Byzantium Empire in 576 A.D

    • Tried to reunite the Eastern & Western Empires

    • Justinian’s Code

      • Justinian took the Roman Laws put them in to a book of laws called “The Body Of Civil Laws”

    • Made the Eastern Orthodox Church the Official Church of the Byzantium Empire


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Byzantium

  • Eastern Orthodox Church

    • Official Religion of the Byzantium Empire

    • Lead by a Patriarch and the Emperor

    • Used a different cross then the Roman Catholic Church

    • Constantinople’s Cathedral, Hagia Sophia is considered one of the world most beautiful buildings

    • Churches were decorated with icons: Jesus and the Saints



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Byzantium

  • Geography

    • Located at the crossroads of trade from Europe and Asia

    • Benefited from trading


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Byzantium

  • Impact on Russia

    • Religion: Eastern Orthodox

    • Language

    • Art/Architecture


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Byzantium

  • Achievements

    • Built the Hagia Sofia

    • Spread Christianity

    • Justinian’s Code of Laws

    • Continued Roman culture and ideals after the fall of the Western Roman Empire


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Byzantium

  • Decline

    • Defeated by Muslin Invaders in 1453

    • Renamed the capital city Constantinople to Istanbul (Current name)


Notes review
Notes Review

Work in groups to compare notes and make sure you have all the information that you need