Connections: A World History                                    Second Edition                                            ...
The Basilica of Saint Sophia, Constantinople
Byzantine Claims in Europe, Kievan Rus, The             Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine World, 284–1240A.   The Foundations of Byzantine GovernanceB.   From East Rome to ByzantiumC.   Connection a...
The Foundations of Byzantine        Governance
The Foundations of Byzantine         GovernanceA. Constantine and the Christian Church  1. The Arian controversy
FOUNDATION MAP 10.1 The Early Byzantine          Empire, 481 C.E.
The Foundations of Byzantine         GovernanceB. The Union of Church and State  1. Caesaropapism
From East Rome to Byzantium
From East Rome to ByzantiumA. Justinian and Theodora  1.   Justinian  2.   Theodora  3.   Codification of Roman law  4.   ...
Empress Theodora and attendants.
From East Rome to ByzantiumB. Byzantine Society  1. Constantinople  2. City life  3. Decline
MAP 10.2 The Byzantine Empire During Justinian’s               Reign, 527–565
Constantinople.
Connection and Conflict in the      Byzantine World
Connection and Conflict in the       Byzantine WorldA. Disease and Warfare  1. Plague  2. Islamic expansion  3. Survival
Connection and Conflict in the       Byzantine WorldB. Eastern Christianity’s Culture and Conflicts  1. Byzantine religiou...
The former Basilica of Saint Sophia in          Constantinople
Connection and Conflict in the       Byzantine WorldB. Eastern Christianity’s Culture and Conflicts  4. Rivalry with the W...
Icon of St. Michael the Archangel.
Byzantium’s Ascendancy and          Decline
Byzantium’s Ascendancy and           DeclineA. The Macedonian Era, 867–1025  1. Early Islamic invasion and territorial los...
Byzantines fighting the Bulgars.
Byzantium’s Ascendancy and           DeclineB. The Turkish Conquests  1. The Seljuk Turk threat  2. The Ottoman Turks
MAP 10.3 The Gradual Retraction of the Byzantine              Empire, 628–1328
Kievan Rus Connects to the     Byzantine World
Kievan Rus Connects to the        Byzantine WorldA. Russia’s Difficult Climate and Terrain  1. Geography and Russian devel...
MAP 10.4 The Topography of Russia
Kievan Rus Connects to the        Byzantine WorldB. The First Period: Early Rulers and   Campaigns  1. Kievan Rus  2. Earl...
MAP 10.5 Kievan Rus, ca. 900
Kievan Rus Connects to the       Byzantine WorldC. The Second Period: Connections to   Christendom  1.   Christianization ...
Kievan Rus Connects to the       Byzantine WorldD. The Third Period: Chaos and ConflictE. Economy and Society  1. Agricult...
Kievan Rus Connects to the        Byzantine WorldF. The End of Early Russian Civilization  1. Nomadic invasions
Key Dates and DevelopmentsThe Byzantine Empire/Kievan Rus
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  • The Basilica of Saint Sophia, Constantinople
  • Byzantine Claims in Europe, Kievan Rus, The Byzantine Empire
  • The Foundations of Byzantine Governance
  • FOUNDATION MAP 10.1 The Early Byzantine Empire, 481 C.E.
  • From East Rome to Byzantium
  • Empress Theodora and attendants.
  • MAP 10.2 The Byzantine Empire During Justinian’s Reign, 527–565
  • Constantinople.
  • Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine World
  • The former Basilica of Saint Sophia in Constantinople, with its massive dome surrounded by four graceful Islamic minarets following its conversion into a mosque.
  • Icon of St. Michael the Archangel.
  • Byzantium’s Ascendancy and Decline
  • Byzantines fighting the Bulgars.
  • MAP 10.3 The Gradual Retraction of the Byzantine Empire, 628–1328
  • Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine World
  • MAP 10.4 The Topography of Russia
  • MAP 10.5 Kievan Rus, ca. 900
  • Key Dates and Developments The Byzantine Empire/Kievan Rus
  • Judge ch10 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 10 The Byzantine World, 284–1240 Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. The Basilica of Saint Sophia, Constantinople
    3. 3. Byzantine Claims in Europe, Kievan Rus, The Byzantine Empire
    4. 4. The Byzantine World, 284–1240A. The Foundations of Byzantine GovernanceB. From East Rome to ByzantiumC. Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine WorldD. Byzantium’s Ascendancy and DeclineE. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine World
    5. 5. The Foundations of Byzantine Governance
    6. 6. The Foundations of Byzantine GovernanceA. Constantine and the Christian Church 1. The Arian controversy
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 10.1 The Early Byzantine Empire, 481 C.E.
    8. 8. The Foundations of Byzantine GovernanceB. The Union of Church and State 1. Caesaropapism
    9. 9. From East Rome to Byzantium
    10. 10. From East Rome to ByzantiumA. Justinian and Theodora 1. Justinian 2. Theodora 3. Codification of Roman law 4. Attempts to reunite the empire
    11. 11. Empress Theodora and attendants.
    12. 12. From East Rome to ByzantiumB. Byzantine Society 1. Constantinople 2. City life 3. Decline
    13. 13. MAP 10.2 The Byzantine Empire During Justinian’s Reign, 527–565
    14. 14. Constantinople.
    15. 15. Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine World
    16. 16. Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine WorldA. Disease and Warfare 1. Plague 2. Islamic expansion 3. Survival
    17. 17. Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine WorldB. Eastern Christianity’s Culture and Conflicts 1. Byzantine religious life 2. Doctrinal quarrels 3. Iconoclasm
    18. 18. The former Basilica of Saint Sophia in Constantinople
    19. 19. Connection and Conflict in the Byzantine WorldB. Eastern Christianity’s Culture and Conflicts 4. Rivalry with the Western Church
    20. 20. Icon of St. Michael the Archangel.
    21. 21. Byzantium’s Ascendancy and Decline
    22. 22. Byzantium’s Ascendancy and DeclineA. The Macedonian Era, 867–1025 1. Early Islamic invasion and territorial losses
    23. 23. Byzantines fighting the Bulgars.
    24. 24. Byzantium’s Ascendancy and DeclineB. The Turkish Conquests 1. The Seljuk Turk threat 2. The Ottoman Turks
    25. 25. MAP 10.3 The Gradual Retraction of the Byzantine Empire, 628–1328
    26. 26. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine World
    27. 27. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine WorldA. Russia’s Difficult Climate and Terrain 1. Geography and Russian development
    28. 28. MAP 10.4 The Topography of Russia
    29. 29. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine WorldB. The First Period: Early Rulers and Campaigns 1. Kievan Rus 2. Early rulers
    30. 30. MAP 10.5 Kievan Rus, ca. 900
    31. 31. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine WorldC. The Second Period: Connections to Christendom 1. Christianization 2. Russian Orthodox Christianity 3. Byzantine cultural heritage 4. Civil war
    32. 32. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine WorldD. The Third Period: Chaos and ConflictE. Economy and Society 1. Agriculture 2. Commerce 3. Byzantine influence
    33. 33. Kievan Rus Connects to the Byzantine WorldF. The End of Early Russian Civilization 1. Nomadic invasions
    34. 34. Key Dates and DevelopmentsThe Byzantine Empire/Kievan Rus

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