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Strayer notes ch 10 2012

  1. 1. Chapter 10 Strayer Notes- Chapter 10 Strayer Notes- The Worlds of European Christendom The Worlds of European Christendom Eastern Christendom: Building on the Roman Past Eastern Christendom: Building on the Roman Past 1. In what ways did the Byzantine Empire (a.k.a. Byzantium) 1. In what ways did the Byzantine Empire (a.k.a. Byzantium) continue the patterns of the classical Roman Empire? continue the patterns of the classical Roman Empire? How did the Byzantine Empire change or diverge from How did the Byzantine Empire change or diverge from earlier Roman ways? (427-429) earlier Roman ways? (427-429) 2. What were the main differences between Eastern 2. What were the main differences between Eastern Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholic Christianity? Orthodox Christianity and Roman Catholic Christianity? 429-432 429-432 3. In what ways was the Byzantine Empire linked to the wider world? (conflicts, trade, culture) 432-433 4. How did contact with the Byzantine Empire influence Kievan Rus? 433-434 3. In what ways was the Byzantine Empire linked to the wider world? (conflicts, trade, culture) 432-433 4. How did contact with the Byzantine Empire influence Kievan Rus? 433-434 Western Christendom: Rebuilding Western Christendom: Rebuilding 5. Give main characteristics of the Western half of the 5. Give main characteristics of the Western half of the fallen Roman Empire after 500 c.e. 435-438 *Political *Social *Cultural fallen Roman Empire after 500 c.e. 435-438 *Political 6. In what ways was European civilization changing from 1000 to 1300? *Social *Cultural 6. In what ways was European civilization changing from 1000 to 1300? *Invasions *Climate & agriculture *Economics *Women’s status *Population *Invasions *Climate & agriculture *Politics *Economics *Women’s status *Population *Politics 7. What was the impact of the Crusades? 442-445 7. What was the impact of the Crusades? 442-445 The West in Comparative Perspective The West in Comparative Perspective 8. In what ways did borrowing from other civilizations help 8. In what ways did borrowing from other civilizations help European advancement? 446-448 9. Why didn’t Europe have political unity? What was the impact of this multicentered political system? (448-449) European advancement? 446-448 9. Why didn’t Europe have political unity? What was the impact of this multicentered political system? (448-449) 10. What changes did Greek philosophy and science cause 10. What changes did Greek philosophy and science cause in Western Europe, in Byzantium, in the Islamic world? in Western Europe, in Byzantium, in the Islamic world? Constantinople Justinian Serfdom Thomas Aquinas Constantinople Justinian caesaropapism caesaropapism icons icons Charlemagne Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire Holy Roman Empire Feudalism Feudalism Guild Guild Marco Polo Marco Polo Serfdom Thomas Aquinas

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