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Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYThe Ancient Middle East Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
7. Byzantium: The "New Rome"
The Roman Empire Divided in 294
Barbarian Invasions of the Roman Empire
Constantinople: A Greek City (Istanbul Today)
Sunset on the “Golden Horn”
Emperor Justinian [r. 527-564]
Justinian’s Empire at its Peak
Church of Hagia Sophia [Holy Wisdom]
Interior of the Church of Hagia Sophia
Justinian’s Code Corpus Juris Civilis: 1. Digest 2. Code 3. Institutes
Byzantine & Sassanid Empires, 6c
A Threat to the Great Empires6c Arabia: A Threat to the Great Empires ? ?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of the location of the capital (Rome)? Why would Hannibal be able to surprise the Romans with his attack? Rome fights.
300 – 1453 C.E.. Map of Byzantine Empire (600 CE)
The Roman Empire Divided in 294. Barbarians invaded the Roman Empire.
Beginning Activity Share your list of 5 important words with your partner and select 3 words to present to the class. Inform the class as to why you chose.
The Roman Empire Divided Constantine’s City-- Constantinopolis.
Bhuvana Venkatesan Period 4. Changes in functions and structures of states and in attitudes toward states and political identities (political culture),
NoteSheet 11.1 The Byzantine Empire. Roman Empire.
The Byzantine Empire Continued Justinian, Law, Gender, Art, Architecture, Hagia Sophia, and Theodora.
330 AD – 1453 AD. In our last unit, you learned how the emperor Constantine moved his capital from Rome to the ancient city of Byzantium in 33o C.E. This.
The Greatness of the Byzantine Empire Lesson 2. Byzantine Glory Emperor Justinian came into power in 527. He wanted to restore the Roman Empire. During.
The Byzantine Empire. A New Rome Justinian, a new Caesar –Sent Belisarius captured the old Roman Empire –Ruled with absolute power –Control of the Church.
The Survival of the Eastern Empire Section 1. Standard Describe the establishment by Constantine of the new capital in Constantinople and the development.
The Byzantine Empire Capital: Greek city of Byzantium Rebuilt by Emperor Constantine Renamed Constantinople.
THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Understand why Constantinople became known as the “New Rome.” Summarize the ways in which the Byzantine empire flourished under.
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. HEIR TO ROME Located in Constantinople on the Bosporus strait, which connected the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Constantinople.
The Byzantine Empire Section 1 Understand why Constantinople became known as the “New Rome.” Summarize the ways in which the Byzantine empire flourished.
The Byzantine Empire (The Eastern Roman Empire). Byzantine Empire Barbarian tribes overran Italy Emperor Constantine moved Rome to Constantinople Excellent.
Unit #4 – The Byzantine Empire. Please copy the following in your Social Studies Notebook: 1) Constantine: The last Emperor of Rome. He moved the capital.
Byzantine Architecture. Byzantine Period Lasts from 500 – 1453AD in the Eastern Christian world Constantine founded a new Roman capitol at Byzantium in.
CHAPTER 1: Byzantine and Muslim Civilizations SECTION 1: The Byzantine Empire.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. The Byzantine Empire.
The empire in the West collapsed Due to invasion The empire in the East was stable It considered itself the “Roman Empire” with a new name “Byzantine.
REVIEW FOR THE QUIZ Please write the answers down as we go through the questions.
Byzantine Empire. Church of Hagia Sophia Constantinople (Istanbul Today)
12/15 Aim: How was the Byzantine Empire Similar to the Roman Empire? How did it differ? Do Now: Read the paragraph “Did Rome Fall?” and answer The questions.
Ch 2.3 The Early Byzantine Empire I. Justinian Builds a New Rome I. Justinian Builds a New Rome A. The Rule of Justinian A. The Rule of Justinian B. Hagia.
Byzantine Empire. Do Now (U5D5) January 7, 2013 After reading the partial outline, fill in the missing pieces on the outline. Homework: Review all.
Introduction Even though the Western Roman empire fell, the Empire still had much power – in the east. The Eastern Roman empire became known as the.
The Middle Ages. The Byzantine Empire Western Rome fell, but Eastern Rome was flourishing economically. Eastern Rome- Byzantine Empire.
EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE ROMAN EMPIRE DIVIDED BY DIOCLETIAN 330 A.D.-CONSTANTINE MOVES CAPITAL FROM ROME TO BYZANTIUM – RENAMED CONSTANTINOPLE Diocletian.
Justinian (r ) Tried to reconquer Roman lands to the west –succeeded by 553, but Rome was ruined –lost the territory again after Justinian died.
Please answer the following question: List three pieces of information you remember from the empire posters you did last week.
The Byzantine Empire and Justinian Timeline of the Fall of Rome 324- Constantine reunites Roman Empire 330- Moves the capital to Constantinople 410-
An Exploration of History, Geography, & Culture.
The Byzantine Empire Life in Europe without Rome.
The Roman Empire Divided in 294 Barbarian Invasions of the Roman Empire.
The Byzantine Empire (The New Rome). The Eastern Empire As Western Europe fell to the Germanic invasions, power shifted to the Byzantine Empire (the eastern.
Byzantine Empire & Justinian Unit 2, SSWH 4 a. What was the impact of the Byzantine and Mongol empires?
Chapter 3, Lesson 2 The Byzantine Empire It Matters Because: At the height of its power, the Byzantine Empire united people on three continents. Its system.
■ Essential Question: – What is the significance of the Byzantine Empire?
Byzantine Empire. JUSTINIAN Claim to fame… 1.Hagia Sophia 2.Justinian’s Code 3.Reclaim the land of the Roman Empire - General Belasarius…
The Byzantine Empire 523 A.D. – 1453 A.D. The Roman Empire fell and became the east and west. The east became the Byzantine Empire.
Chapter 11 Section 1 Notes s CHAPTER Time Line HOME 1480 Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact, 500–1500 Justinian becomes.
The Eastern Roman Empire Split by Diocletian A new culture created by Roman, Greek and Asian influences Bronze Mosiacs Hagia Sophia.
Justinian &Theodora Learning Target: I can summarize the consequences of the fall of the Roman Empire (including the Byzantine Empire, Justinian, and Constantinople).
Do Now ___1. The great leader of Persia was named: A. Cyrus B. Nebuchadnezzar C. Ashurbanipal D. Huey ___2. The Chaldeans can also be called: A. Persian.
Left: Portrait of Constantine, Basilica of Constantine, Rome, c A.D. Gardner p. 296 #10-78 Right:Portrait of Justinian, from church of S. Vitale.
Byzantine Empire Notes. I. Justinian: Military Victories A.becomes emperor of eastern empire in 527CE B.decided to reunite fallen western empire.
Byzantine Culture ~ The Preservation of Greco-Roman Heritage Change (∆) & Revolution Spring Semester Mrs. Huff.
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