Essential Knowledge Day 5: Byzantine Empire and Islam.

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Essential Knowledge Day 5: Byzantine Empire and Islam

Byzantine Emperor Justinian Codification of Roman law (impact on European legal codes) Reconquest of former Roman territories Expansion of trade

Byzantine achievements in art and architecture Inspiration provided by Christian religion and imperial power Icons (religious images) Mosaics in public and religious structures Hagia Sophia (a Byzantine domed church)

Byzantine culture Continued flourishing of Greco- Roman traditions Greek language (as contrasted with Latin in the West) Greek Orthodox Christianity Greek and Roman knowledge preserved in Byzantine libraries

Eastern Church Centered in Constantinople Close to seat of power after Constantinople became capital Use of Greek language in the liturgy

Western Church Centered in Rome Farther from seat of power after Constantinople became capital Use of Latin language in the liturgy

Division between Western and Eastern Churches Authority of the Pope eventually accepted in the West Practices such as celibacy eventually accepted in the West

Influence of Byzantine culture on Eastern Europe and Russia Trade routes between Black Sea and Baltic Sea Adoption of Orthodox Christianity by Russia and much of Eastern Europe Adoption of Greek alphabet to the Slavic languages by St. Cyril (Cyrillic alphabet) Church architecture and religious art

Origins of Islam Muhammad, the Prophet Mecca and Medina on the Arabian Peninsula: Early Muslim cities Spread of Islam Across Asia and Africa, and into Spain Geographic extent of first Muslim empire

Beliefs, traditions, and customs of Islam Monotheism (Allah, Arabic word for “God”) Quran (Koran): The word of God Five pillars of Islam Acceptance of Judeo-Christian prophets, including Moses and Jesus

Geographic influences on the origin and spread of Islam Diffusion along trade routes from Mecca and Medina Expansion despite great distances, desert environments, and mountain barriers Spread into the Fertile Crescent, Iran, and Central Asia, facilitated by weak Byzantine and Persian empires

Geographic influences on economic, social, and political development Political unity of the first Muslim empire was short-lived. Arabic language spread with Islam and facilitated trade across Islamic lands. Slavery was not based on race.

Historical turning points Sunni-Shi’a division Muslim conquest of Jerusalem and Damascus Muslim defeat at the Battle of Tours

Cultural contributions and achievements Architecture (Dome of the Rock) Mosaics Arabic alphabet Universities Translation of ancient texts into Arabic

Scientific contributions and achievements Arabic numerals (adapted from India), including zero Algebra Medicine Expansion of geographic knowledge