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Shaping Eastern EuropeChapter 9 Section 3
Geography Shapes Eastern EuropeBalkan Peninsula Mountains region Triangular land extending to Mediterranean Danube River and Vistula River Goods and cultural influences traveled these rivers
Migration Contributes to DiversityEthnic Group Group of people who share same language and cultural heritage Slavs West Slavs (present day Poland) South Slavs (Balkans)
Christians and Muslims Influence RegionByzantine missionaries: Eastern Orthodox Christianity through Balkans
German knights and missionaries: Roman Catholic Christianity to:Poland Hungary Czech Western Balkans
Jewish expulsions and migrationsEngland, France, and Spain expelled Jews because: Black death Crusades 1262 Prince Boleslaw of Cracow protects Jews Polish toleration for 500 years
Three Early Kingdoms DevelopPoland Hungary (Magyars) Balkan Kingdom
Poland Roman Catholicism Queen Jadwiga and Duke Wladyslaw married 1368Poland-Lithuania largest in Europe Political power: monarchs to nobles Diet: assembly Single noble vote block passage of laws
Hungary (Magyars) Roman CatholicismHungarian King sings: Golden Bull of 1222 Similar to Magna Carta Limits royal power Mongols overran Hungary 1241
Serbs in the Balkan KingdomOrthodox Christianity Stefan Dusan (king) Ottoman Turks overran in 1389 Culture similar to Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire and Russia (330–1613)
Shaping Eastern Europe
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The Byzantine Empire and Russia ( ) After the fall of Rome, Greco-Roman heritage survived in the Byzantine empire. Traders and missionaries brought.
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