Ap world history byzantine empire. AP World History Exam: Period 3 Notes (600 to 1450 C.E.) 2019-02-21

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AP World History: Byzantine Empire by Sophia Inaba on Prezi

ap world history byzantine empire

The Ming attempted to destroy all traces of Mongol rule and began by reinstating the civil service examination system. Mongol Tartar dominance further separated Russia from western European developments. Religiously, the priestly class oversaw rituals which involved bloodletting and human sacrifice. To counter this threat the Byzantine Empire developed a system of imperial organization called the theme system. Here you have the Burgundians, you have the Franks.

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Chapter 09

ap world history byzantine empire

In my opinion, flight is not the right course, even if it should bring us to safety. This increased restrictions in the freedom of women. The free rural population, the provider of military recruits and taxes, was weakened. A Mongol soldier spent much of his day on his horse, trained on his horse, used it for food, and could deliver arrows with deadly accuracy from the horse. Upper class women could own property, move about in public and remarry.

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Chapter 09

ap world history byzantine empire

Caesaropapism A political religious system in which the secular ruler is also head of the religious establishment. According to legends, knowledgeable Chinese prisoners of war were forced to teach the Muslim Abbasids the secrets of paper-making. He was an absolute ruler presiding over a centralized bureaucratic state and supported by military force. Chinese written language entered Japan, and the Japanese borrowed the Chinese equal field system of agriculture. · Living on their own estates, druzhina evolved from infantry to cavalry and focused more on horse-breeding. And they are often referred to as the Code of Justinian. Soon after the death of Mohammed a dispute erupted over who should be the leader of this new religion.


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AP World History, Byzantine Flashcards

ap world history byzantine empire

Bantu settlers on the coast and Arab merchants who traded along the east African coast interacted to create city-states such as Mogadishu, Sofala, and Kilwa. Chang' an became a cosmopolitan capital visited by foreign diplomats from the Byzantine and Arab Worlds, and boasted a population of 2 million people by 640. An elaborate bureaucracy supported the imperial authority. It enforced the Church's views on divorce, adultery and homosexuality, and the Church's property was protected as a permanent holding. The Mongols employed local bureaucrats to govern and converted to Islam by 1295.

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Key Concept 3.2 Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions

ap world history byzantine empire

By the early 1400s the Mexica had defeated their neighbors and demanded tribute from them. Eastern Europe also received an influx of Jews from the Middle East and western Europe. The wars and the permanent Muslim threat had significant cultural and commercial influences. Inspired by the Arab dhow, these compact ships of Portuguese origin featured triangular sails and a sternpost rudder, making them capable of crossing vast oceans. And though patriarchal values continued to dominate, the monastic life of Buddhism and Christianity offered an alternative path for women. Under the Abbasid Caliphate 750-1258 a wider variety of cultural influences made their way into Islamic civilization, the most prominent of which was Persian. A unified civilization seemed an unlikely prospect for the area in which Islam was born.

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Chapter 10

ap world history byzantine empire

An Empire Beleaguered · Between 634 and 650, Arabs destroyed the Sasanid Empire and captured Byzantine Egypt, Syria, and Tunisia. Constantine was a co-emperor and ordered for the city to be built at the site of the Greek city, Byzantium. The nature of the caliph itself was dramatically transformed during the reign of the Abbasids. Over time, hereditary military leaders developed regional power and displaced better-educated aristocrats. E by the Eastern Roman Emperor Constantine, this was a major city for trade between Europe and Middle East and many empires took control over it at multiple times in history.

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AP World History: Byzantine Empire by Sophia Inaba on Prezi

ap world history byzantine empire

And well after Justinian's reign, there's constant tension and often conflict between the Sassanid Persians in the east. The Slavs followed an animist religion and had rich traditions of music and oral literature. They sent a massive naval expedition to establish tribute states and impress foreigners. The Tang did not simply copy the accomplishments of the Han. Chapter 10: Christian Societies Emerge in Europe, 600-1200 Pages 254-281 I.

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Chapter 09

ap world history byzantine empire

Over the course of Justinian's reign, as you can see, they're able to retake the Italian peninsula and much of North Africa. Both eastern and western Christian missionaries competed in eastern Europe. Population increased since Constantinople became a cultural center. Because of the seasonal monsoons, at any given time these cities were occupied by many merchants of many faiths waiting for the winds to favor their departure. Each theme, or province, was placed under the leadership of a general who organized its administration and defense. And they would have an influence on the Byzantine Empire for the next 900 years and even some influence on some relatively modern schools of law. Moreover, Roman civil law often conflicted with the eastern empire's adopted religion of Christianity.

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Key Concept 3.2 Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions

ap world history byzantine empire

Rome was Five Themes the end no breaks in ap In 286ce, during the Roman Empire, Diocletian who was ruling at the time split the empire into two. Term justinian Definition byz emperor who attempted to reconstruct rome's greatness Term st. Contacts with the Byzantines resulted in the conversion of Vladimir I 980—1015 to Orthodox Christianity. And then, as we go further on, especially as we get into the seventh and eighth century, you have the rise of Islam. This stele was placed by Zheng He in 1409 as a gift to the people of Galle; its inscriptions list the extravagant gifts made by Zheng He in honor of the inhabitants' gods, in their own languages, to demonstrate China's good will.

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