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Byzantine Empire; Russia;Turks; Mongols
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picture with religious theme
alphabet to help convert Slavs to Eastern Orthodox
The Great Schism
Christianity splits in two;
Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox
"Caesar" leader of Russia
leader of Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire was once the ________ half of the Roman Empire
The greatest of the Byzantine Emperors was Emperor _________.
The capital of the Byzantine Empire was _____________.
The great "schism" was split in the __________ __________.
The Byzantine Empire eventually falls to the __________ Turks in 1453
The first people to rule over the Slavs of the Russian Steppes were the _____________.
Russia was stifled in its development by the invasions of the Asiatic nomads called the _____________.
Through the efforts of his generals, Justinian attempted to _______________ the Roman Empire
Justinian's most important contribution was the creation of _____________ _________ ( a collection of laws that became the basis of European law)
Justinian's Empire was saved due to the advice of his wife, _____________.
Justinian was responsible for the construction of the Byzantine's most famous church, __________ ___________, which means "holy wisdom"
the _______________ was seen as the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church
________________ is credited with creating an alphabet and spreading Christianity
The Ottoman Turks sacked the city of _____________ ending the reign of the _______ __________ in 1543
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
_______ _______ __ is seen as the first true Czar of Russia after he kicks out the Mongols. He is also known as _____ _____ ______.
Czar Ivan III, Ivan the Great
The most famous example of Byzantine architecture; built by emperor justinian
The Catholic primary language was ______
The Eastern Orthodox primary language was _____
The Eastern Orthodox's leader was called the __________
The Catholic Church was centered in the ______
The leader of the Catholic Church was the ______ and held the real authority in the region
The leader of the Eastern Orthodox was the _______ and held the real authority in the region
Eastern Orthodox was spread by _________ to Russia
in Eastern Orthodox priests were allowed to _________
priest are not allowed to marry in the __________ _______
which religion allowed icons?
which religion did not allow icons?
patterns of pictures made by embedding small pieces of stone or glass in cement on surfaces such as walls and floors
a permanent division in a church
a Mongol ruler
the first inhabitants of Russia; people of Eastern Europe or northwest Asia who spoke Slavonic language
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