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Arts and Humanities
History of Europe
Byzantine Empire and Kieran Rus
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King of the Franks 768 - 814 A.D.); emperor (800 - 814 A.D.).
Literally "middle-age" a term that historians of Europe use for the period ca. 500 to ca. 1500 signifying is intermediate point between Greco-Roman antiquity in the renaissance.
Historians name for the eastern portion of the Roman empire from the fourth century onward, taken from "Byzantium", an early name for Constantinople, the byzantine capital city.
State established at Kiev in Ukraine ca.880, by Scandinavian adventures asserting authority over a mostly Slavic farming population.
A formal split with an a religious community.
In medieval Europe, a large self sufficient landholdings consisting of the Lords residents, outbuildings, present villages, and surrounding land.
In mid evil Europe in agricultural laborers legally bound to a large property and obligated to perform sit services for the Lord.
In medieval Europe land granted in return for a sworn oath to provide specified military service.
In medieval Europe, a sworn supporter of a king or Lorde committed to rendering specified military service to that king or Lord.
The central administration of the Roman catholic church, of which the pope is head.
Loose federation of mostly German states and principalities, headed by an emperor elected by the princes.
Holy Roman Empire
Dispute between the popes in the holy Roman emperor over who held ultimate authority over bishops in imperial land.
Living in a religious community, apart from secular society, and adhering to a rule stipulating chastity, obedience and poverty.
Harnessing method that increased the Efficiency of horses by shifting the point of traction from the animals neck to the shoulders, it's adoption favors the spread of horse drawn plows and vehicles.
Armand pilgrimage to the holy land by Christians determined to recover Jerusalem for a Muslim rule.
Journey to a sacred shine by Christians seeking to show their piety, fulfill vows ,or gain absolution for sins.
Made the city of Byzantium the capital of the empire and renamed it Constantinople.
The Roman empire was divided administratively it in two completely separate empires a ____one ruled from Rome and ____ one ruled from Constantinople.
The cities location made a center of trade connecting___ and____.
Europe and Asia.
Stretched over large swaths of the land bordering the Mediterranean including north Africa Spain Italy Greece and the rest of the Balkans in southwest Asia.
Had a highly centralized government a vast Imperial bureaucracy
This emperor over saw a revitalization of Constantinople, and remade the church called Hagia Sophia.
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