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World Civilizations The Global Experience AP® Seventh Edition Chapter 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved Figure 10.1 This 15th-century miniature shows Russia’s King Vladimir I being baptized in Cherson in the year 988. Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved Chapter Overview I. Civilization in Eastern Europe II. The Byzantine Empire III.The Split Between Eastern and Western Christianity IV.The Spread of Civilization in Eastern Europe V. The Emergence of Kievan Rus' Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved TIMELINE 100 C.E. to 1400 C.E. Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved Civilization in Eastern Europe • The Power of the Byzantine Empire – Emperor Constantine  4th century C.E., Constantinople  Empire divided • Capitals at Rome and Constantinople  Greek language official from 6th century – Interregional trading hub – Christianity Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved The Byzantine Empire • Justinian's Achievements – Justinian  Attempts reconquest of Italy  Slavs, Persians attack from east  Building projects • Hagia Sophia  Legal codification  Belisarius • Gain temporary capital, Ravenna Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved Map 10.1 The Byzantine Empire Under Justinian Justinian’s ambitious expansion exhausted his treasury, and the empire had lost all its holdings outside the northeastern Mediterranean within 50 years after his death. Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved Figure 10.2 Dazzling mosaics from the early period of the Byzantine empire illustrate some of the highest achievements of Byzantine religious art. This mosaic features a rather militant Christ the Redeemer. Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Reserved The Byzantine Empire • Arab Pressure and the Empire's Defenses – Center of empire shifts to east – Constant external threats  Arab Muslims  Greek fire  Bulgars • Defeated by Basil II, 11th century Copyright © 2015, 2011, 2007 World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP® Seventh Edition Pearson Education, Inc. Stearns | Adas | Schwartz | Gilbert All Rights Rese

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