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  • Ch 11 Slides

    1. 1. Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact 500—1500 Ch 11
    2. 2. Byzantine Empire 11.1
    3. 3. em ber Rem Diocletian divided the Roman Empire in 292 Constantine renamed Byzantium to Constantinople and made it the capital in the east. The separation between east & west finalized in 395 Rome fell in 476
    4. 4. Justinian was crowned king of the Byzantine Empire in 527
    5. 5. Byzantine Empire Red: 527 Orange: 565
    6. 6. How did the Byzantine Empire survive while Rome fell, and how did it manage to expand?
    7. 7. Justinian Code: Code, Digest, Institutes, and Novellae
    8. 8. Fortified and beautified Constantinople: Hagia Sophia Hippodrome
    9. 9. Byzantine art
    10. 10. Byzantine art
    11. 11. Byzantine art
    12. 12. Byzantine art
    13. 13. Byzantine art
    14. 14. Byzantine art
    15. 15. Great leadership: Justinian Theodora Belisarius
    16. 16. Great leadership: Justinian Theodora Belisarius
    17. 17. Great leadership: Justinian Theodora Belisarius
    18. 18. Plague Bubonic plague In 542, 10,000 people a day died Faded away after 700
    19. 19. The Plague of Justinian
    20. 20. The Plague of Justinian
    21. 21. Attacks Lombards attacked the west Avars, Slavs, and Bulgars attacked from the north Russia attempted invasion three times Muslim invaders from the south
    22. 22. Religious strife icons banned by Pope Pope ordered excommunication of Byzantine emperor Byzantine missionaries convert the Slavs Cyrillic alphabet spread with conversions
    23. 23. Plague Attacks from east and west Church divide
    24. 24. Plague 1453, Fall to Attacks from east and west Ottoman Turks Church divide
    25. 25. Russian Empire 11.2
    26. 26. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
    27. 27. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
    28. 28. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
    29. 29. Kiev grew powerful under Yaroslav the Wise who built the power of the city through marriages and alliances, using his sons n.b. Kievan legal code When he died, the empire was divided amongst the warring sons In 1240 when the Mongols invade, Kiev cannot resist
    30. 30. Mongols demanded obedience and tribute Russian nobility crushed revolts and taxed the poor brutally to pay the tribute e.g. Alexander Nevsky
    31. 31. Moscow is founded with Ivan I as the leading citizen. Ivan II takes the title czar and organizes the Russian revolt against the Mongols in 1480
    32. 32. 1. How did Vladimir’s conversion affect the citizens, society, and government of Kiev? 2. The Mongols were fierce conquerors, and their rule cut Russia off from the rest of the world. Even so, their policies were integral to the formation of the political state we know as “Russia”. Explain.
    33. 33. Turkish Empire 11.3
    34. 34. Abbasid Empire
    35. 35. Abbasid rulers used Turks for soldiers, mamelukes Turks convert to Islam Migrate into Abbasid lands Seljuk Turks
    36. 36. Isfahan becomes capital of Seljuk Turk empire vizier, prime minister sultan, leader shah, king/ caesar
    37. 37. 1095+, Seljuks fight crusaders 1258, conquest by Mongols

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