4 Roman Empire 27 B.C. 476 A.D. BYZANTINE EMPIRE 500 A.D A.D.
5 BYZANTINE EMPIRE 500 A.D A.D. Roman Empire 27 B.C. 476 A.D. Also known as the EASTERN ROMAN EMPIRE!!
6 BYZANTINE EMPIRE 500 A.D A.D.
8 Label: Adriatic Sea Aegean Sea Africa Asia Asia Minor Athens Black Sea Bosporus Strait Caspian Sea Constantinople Crete Dardanelles Dnieper River Egypt Europe Euphrates River Italy Kiev Mediterranean Sea Moscow Nile River Rome Sea of Marmara Sparta Tigris River
9 Label: Moscow Adriatic Sea Aegean Sea Africa Asia Asia Minor Athens Black Sea Bosporus Strait Caspian Sea Constantinople Crete Dardanelles Dnieper River Egypt Europe Euphrates River Italy Kiev Mediterranean Sea Moscow Nile River Rome Sea of Marmara Sparta Tigris River Asia Kiev Europe Constantinople Black Sea Dardanelles Bosporus Strait Rome Sea of Marmara Asia Minor Athens Sparta Mediterranean Sea Crete Egypt Nile River Africa Asia Tigris River
10 Label: Adriatic Sea Aegean Sea Africa Asia Asia Minor Athens Black Sea Bosporus Strait Caspian Sea Constantinople Crete Dardanelles Dnieper River Egypt Europe Euphrates River Italy Kiev Mediterranean Sea Moscow Nile River Rome Sea of Marmara Sparta Tigris River
11 STANDARD WHI.7a The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 A.D. (C.E.) by a) explaining the establishment of Constantinople as the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire.
12 Essential Understandings The capital of the Eastern Roman Empire was changed to Constantinople to provide political, economic, and military advantages.
13 Essential Understandings The capital of the Eastern Roman Empire was changed to Constantinople to provide political, economic, and military advantages.
15 The city Byzantium was renamed Constantinople by Emperor Constantine Importance of Constantinople Byzantium Constantinople
16 The city Byzantium was renamed Constantinople by Emperor Constantine Byzantium Constantinople
18 Byzantine Empire Why was the location of Constantinople important?
19 Protection of the eastern frontier (boundary)
20 Distance from Germanic invasions in the western empire
21 Crossroads of trade Many ships from many lands passed through the waters
22 Easily fortified (protected) site on a peninsula and bordered natural harbors
23 Easily fortified (protected) site on a peninsula and bordered natural harbors
24 Role of Constantinople
25 Role of Constantinople Seat (capital) of the Byzantine Empire until Ottoman conquest
26 Role of Constantinople Seat (capital) of the Byzantine Empire until Ottoman conquest Preserved classical Greco-Roman culture
27 Role of Constantinople Center of trade
28 Role of Constantinople Center of trade
29 Essential Questions Why was Constantinople established as the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire?
31 STANDARD WHI.7b The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 A.D. (C.E.) by b) identifying Justinian and his contributions, including the codification of Roman law, and describing the expansion of the Byzantine Empire and economy.
32 Essential Understandings As the first to codify Roman law, Justinian provided the basis for the law codes of Western Europe. Under Justinian, the Byzantine Empire reached its height in culture and prosperity.
33 Justinian and His Contributions
34 Justinian and His Contributions Justinian An Emperor of the Byzantine Empire
35 Justinian and His Contributions Codification of Roman law (it became the foundation of European legal codes)
36 Justinian Code
37 Justinian Code The body of the Roman civil law collected The body of the Roman civil law collected and organized by the Byzantine emperor Justinian and organized by the Byzantine emperor Justinian
38 Re-conquered former Roman territories
39 Justinian and His Contributions Expanded trade throughout the empire
40 Your Code A code is a group of rules or laws. Write your own school code. You must include five rules. Include WHY the rule was made.
41 Essential Questions What was the influence of Justinian s codification of Roman law on the Byzantine Empire and later legal codes? What was Justinian s influence on the expansion of the Byzantine Empire and its economy?
43 STANDARD WHI.7c The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 A.D. (C.E.) by c) characterizing Byzantine art and architecture and the preservation of Greek and Roman traditions.
44 Essential Understandings Greek Orthodox Christianity and imperial patronage enabled the Byzantine Empire to develop a unique style of art and of architecture. Greek and Roman traditions were preserved in the Byzantine Empire.
45 Byzantine Art and Architecture
46 Byzantine Achievements in Art and Architecture Inspiration came from the Christian religion and imperial power
47 The Byzantines developed the use of Icons religious images
49 Icon Religious image used by eastern Christians
50 They put many Mosaics in Public and Religious Structures
51 A mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials
52 A mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials
53 Hagia Sophia Byzantine domed church (built by Justinian)
54 Hagia Sophia Elaborate Christian church built in Istanbul by emperor Justinian
55 Hagia Sophia Elaborate Christian church built in Elaborate Christian church built in Istanbul by Constantinople by emperor Justinian emperor Justinian
60 Byzantine culture
61 Byzantine culture Continued the flourishing of Greco-Roman traditions
62 Byzantine culture The Byzantine Empire used the Greek language (the West still used Latin)
63 Byzantine culture Greek Orthodox Christianity Same religion, but different practices!
64 Byzantine culture Greek Orthodox Christianity Same religion, but different practices!
65 Byzantine culture Greek and Roman knowledge preserved in Byzantine libraries
66 Essential Questions What were the contributions of Byzantine art and architecture? How did Greek and Roman culture survive within the Byzantine Empire?
68 STANDARD WHI.7d The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 A.D. (C.E.) by d) explaining disputes that led to the split between the Roman Catholic Church and the Greek Orthodox Church.
69 Essential Understandings The cultural and political differences between the Eastern and Western Roman Empires weakened the unity of the Christian Church and led to its division.
70 Eastern and Western Churches
71 Eastern Church Eastern Church Centered in Constantinople
72 The Eastern Church became close to the seat of power after Constantinople became the capital of the empire!
73 Use of Greek language in the liturgy (The Roman Catholic Church uses Latin)
74 Centered in Rome Western Church
75 Farther from the seat of power after Constantinople became capital
76 Use of Latin language in the liturgy (The Eastern Orthodox Church uses Greek)
77 Division between Western and Eastern Churches
78 Division between Western and Authority of the Pope eventually accepted in the West Eastern Churches
79 Division between Western and Eastern Churches Authority of the Patriarch accepted in the East
80 Patriarch A principal bishop in the eastern branch of Christianity
81 Patriarch A principal bishop in the eastern branch of Christianity
82 Division between Western and Eastern Churches Practices such as celibacy eventually accepted in the West Celibacy = unmarried
83 Essential Questions What factors produced the division within the Christian Church?
85 STANDARD WHI.7e The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 A.D. (C.E.) by e) mapping and assessing the impact of Byzantine influence and trade on Russia and Eastern Europe.
86 Essential Understandings Byzantine civilization influenced Russian and Eastern European civilizations through its religion, culture, and trade.
87 Influence of the Byzantine Empire Trade routes started between the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea
88 Russia and most of Eastern Europe adopt Orthodox Christianity
89 Cyrillic Alphabet created by St. Cyril based on the Greek language It became used by the Slavic languages
90 Cyrillic Alphabet
91 Cyrillic Alphabet Alphabet for the writing of Slavic languages, devised by saints Cyril and Methodius
92 Church architecture and religious art became important
94 Essential Questions Why did the Byzantine Empire have so much influence on religion, culture, and trade in Russia and Eastern Europe?
WHI.07: Byzantines and Russians Interact Objectives p. 111 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Byzantine Empire and Russia from about 300 to 1000 a.d. by a) explaining the establishment of Constantinople
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