5 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- A challenge to or overturning of traditional beliefs, customs, and values, any movement against the religious use of images
- Seljuk Turk victory over Byzantine
- Justinian's codification of Roman law; revised Roman law as coherent basis for political and economic life
- Byzantine missionaries sent to convert eastern Europe and the Balkans; responsible for creating the Slavic written script called Cyrillic.
4 True/False Questions
Vladimir I → Ruler of Russian kingdom of Kiev from 980 to 1015; converted kingdom to Christianity
Icon → Political center of eastern Slav. It established political and social relations with Byzantine Empire. Later it was overthrown by Mongols.
Hagia sophia → Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built under Justinian I and is considered one of the most perfect buildings in the world.
Tartars → Mongols; captured Russian cities and largely destroyed Kievan state in 1236; left Russian Orthodoxy and aristocracy intact