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Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500
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Byzantine Empire & Western Europe 500-1500

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  • 1. Medieval Europe European Christendom 500s to 1500s
  • 2. Byzantine Empire
  • 3. Byzantine Empire – Eastern Europe & Eastern Mediterranean  The eastern part of the Roman Empire remained with Roman politics and Greek culture.  Its military, culture, and commerce remained strong after the fall of the Western part of the Roman Empire.
  • 4. By the 1000s ce, the Byzantine Empire was losing territory to the Islamic Turks & weak states in Western Europe were forming.
  • 5. Western Europe  Centralized government broke down and trade was disrupted  Cities populations declined and population centers shifted to rural areas.  Literacy declined  Christianity remained a major unifying force
  • 6. CRUSADES

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