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History Final 8th

When was the Byzantine Empire found May 11, 330 AD
Who Founded the Byzantine Empire Constantine I
When was the Byzantine Empire added to the Roman Empire 395 AD
What is the religion of Islam Submission to the will of Allah and followers are called Muslims
What are the Five Pillars of Islam Declaration of faith, Obligatory Prayer, Compulsory giving, Fasting in the month of Ramadan, Pilgrimage to Mecca
What is the Caste System Is a class structure that is determined by birth. It is a hierarchy based on your work and religion....a rigid social group
What are Brahmans Part of the Caste System that are priests and Teachers. Hindus believed Brahmans was a great god that permeated everything
What are Kshatriyas Part of the Caste System that are warriors and Rulers
What are Varishyas Part of the Caste System that are farmers, traders, and merchants
What are Sudras Part of the Caste System that are labourers, peasants
What are Dalits Part of the Caste System that are street sweepers and latrine cleaners. They are the most receptive to God
What is the Hindu religion An Indian religion described as a way of life. It has not formal statement of doctrine and has a wide variety of gods and religious concepts
What is the Buddhist religion Founded by Siddhartha Gautama, also known as "budda", the "enlightened one". It encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and spiritual practices largely based on original teachings attributed to the Buddha
What are the four sections of the old testament The Pentateuch, the Former Prophets (or Historical Books), the Writings, and the Latter Prophets
How did the Bible get Chapters and Verses The Bible was divided into chapters and verses to help us find Scriptures easily. The chapter divisions were developed by Stephen Langton, an Archbishop of Canterbury. The Hebrew Old Testament was divided into verses by a Jewish rabbi Nathan in A.D. 1448
Who is William Tyndale Hebrew and Greek scholar that produced the first English Bible translated from ancient Biblical language.
What is the Wycliffe Bible The first complete English translation of the Bible that was finished in 1382 translated from Latin Vulgate
What is the King James Bible King James I authorized a group of about 50 scholars divided into 6 committees to produce a new revision of the Bible. In 1611 it was delivered to the Kings printer for publication.
Who was the Emperor when Jesus was born Ceasar Augustus (Octavian)
Who was the Emperor during Jesus' ministry Tiberius
What is the Pax Romana The peace that existed between nationalities within the Roman Empire
How many years was the Pax Romana in existence 27 B.C.E. to 180 C.E. (200 years)
What were the goals of Caesar Augustus To restore the Republic
What were the accomplishments of Ceasar Augustus He restored the Republic. He brought prosperity, peace, stability and order to the Roman government. He sought to abolish govt corruption and establish social reforms.
How did Diocletian treat the Christians He dismissed the Christian soldiers and ordered the destruction of Christian churches and the burning of copies of scripture
How did Galerius treat the Christians Required everyone to sacrifice to the gods of the empire on pain of death or forced labor.
How did Constantine treat the Christians He publicly embraced Christianity. He restored Church property and encouraged others to embrace Christianity.
How did the Roman Empire end Rome did not have a strong stable government. Armies were quick to be involved in political affairs and elevate military leaders to emperors. Moral decline, family life falling apart, divorces, and immorality
When did the Roman Empire end The end of the 3rd century
What is Modus Operendi Method or mode of operating
What is Post Meridiem PM hours of the day
What is Baccalaureus Artrium A bachelors degree in Liberal arts, sciences or both
What is Anno Domini In the year of the Lord
What is the Roman Catholic Church based on The Petrine Theory
What is the Petrine Theory Holds that Christ made Peter the first pope and gave him supreme authority over the church on earth
Who was the first true pope Gregory I "the great"
Who is the current pope Pope Francis
What are sacraments A religious act that grants grace based on the recipients intentions.
How many sacraments did the Roman Catholic Church recognize 7
What is a Saint Set apart, Holy
What is Monotheism Belief in only one God
What is Polytheism Belief in many Gods
What are Roman engineering accomplishments They made great roads, bridges, tunnels, aqueducts, mills and water devices, weapons and the invention of concrete,
What is knighthood A brave and strong boy that was noble. They studied and learned how to fight with swords, ride horses and hunt
How does a person become a knight Anyone brave and strong enough could become a knight
What is the purpose of a page To develop the youth in both his mind and body through education and trained to fight and hunt
What is the purpose of a squire A young teen who was a servant to a knight. He cares for the knights armour, weapons and horse
What is the purpose of a dubbing A ceremony where they touch each shoulder with a sword to promote a squire to a knight
What is the Mayor of the Palace Where landowners of the Roman Empire had employed a major domus (mayor, or supervisor, of the household) to watch over the administration of numerous, often scattered, estates.
What is the Treaty of Verdun It was the first of the treaties that divided the Carolingian Empire into three kingdoms among the three surviving sons of Louis the Pious
Who are the Anglo-Saxons A mix of tribes from Germany that inhabited Great Britain from the 5th century that shared the same language but had different warriors
What is the significance of Magna Carta Its the basis for the US Constitution
Who is Curia Regis The Kings council
What does the Parliament consist of House of Lords whose unelected members complement the work of the House of Commons and House of Commons which has the greatest political power
What is Estates General A legislative and consultative assembly of the different classes of French subjects
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