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Chapter 11 Section 1

Chapter 11 Section 1 - The Byzantine Empire

How long did Justinian rule from? Justinian ruled the Byzantine Empire from 527 to 565 A.D.
What was Justinian's most important achievement and contribution? Justinian's most important achievement and contribution was the reform of Roman law.
What type of government that the Byzantine Empire have? A type of government in which a ruler controls both the religion and government called autocracy, which means absolute power.
What was one main reason for the decline of the Byzantine Empire? One main reason was the plague killed many people and greatly reduced the population.
What was the legacy of the Byzantine Empire? One legacy was the passing on Greek and Roman Knowledge.
What was another name for the Byzantine Empire? Another name for the Byzantine Empire was the Eastern Roman Empire.
What was the capital of the new Rome and what did it become a perfect place for? The capital of the new Rome was Constantinople and it became a perfect place for trade.
How did Justinian become help the Byzantine Empire? Justinian helped the Byzantine Empire reach its high point by rebuilding the city of Constantinople creating the beautiful church; Hogai Sophia, and reforming all of Rome's laws.
What was another name for Western and Eastern Christianity? Another name for Western Christianity was Church. Another name for the Eastern Christianity was Orthodox.
What was the Great Schism? The Great Schism was the split between eastern and western Christianity became permanent in 1054 A.D Differences in the interpetation of Jesus.
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