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Global Studies

Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire Eastern portion of the old Roman Empire circa 476 AD; conquered by Germanic tribes
Byzantine Empire - 4 key features 1) mostly Greek language and culture 2) Eastern Orthodox Religion (branch of Christianity) 3)Justinian Code 4)saved Greek and Roman culture
Justinian Code Written system of laws created by Emperor Justinian
Constantinople capital city of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Cultural Influence Byzantine culture influenced Russia; sharing Eastern Orthodox Religion and the Cyrillic Alphabet
What are the main points of ancient legal systems (Code of Hammurabi, Twelve Tables of Rome and Justinian Code) The legal systems of ancient worlds were: 1)written 2)focused on relationship between individual and the state (government) 3) helped create stability since laws were clearly stated for people to learn
Created by: dawn_pierson