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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
General of Justinian who led the Byzantine forces to defeat t…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Slavic kingdom in the Balkans. Constantly pressed Byzantine e…
Hagia Sophia
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
General of Justinian who led the Byzantine forces to defeat t…
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WHAP chapter 10 vocab
Aeschylus
Alexandria
Antigonid Empire
Battle of Marathon
Greek tragedian, author of the Oresteia.
Capital of the Ptolemaic empire, situated at the mouth of the…
The portion of Alexander's realm that that included Greece an…
Victory for Athens (490 B.C.E.) over Persia during the Persia…
Aeschylus
Greek tragedian, author of the Oresteia.
Alexandria
Capital of the Ptolemaic empire, situated at the mouth of the…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocabulary
middle ages
vikings
manorialism
serfs
the period in western european history from the decline and f…
seagoing scandinavian raiders from sweden, denmark, and norwa…
system that described economic economic and political relatio…
peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
middle ages
the period in western european history from the decline and f…
vikings
seagoing scandinavian raiders from sweden, denmark, and norwa…
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WHAP Chapter 10
The split between the Roman Catholic C…
The Byzantine Empire endured
The crusades targeted
In the long term the Crusades resulted…
disagreement about church doctrine, beards and the worship of…
for a thousand years after the fall of the western part of th…
Christian Holy Lands (Jerusalem) and sought to return the ter…
the permanent inclusion of Spain, Sicily and the Baltic regio…
The split between the Roman Catholic C…
disagreement about church doctrine, beards and the worship of…
The Byzantine Empire endured
for a thousand years after the fall of the western part of th…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
caesaropapism
The eastern Roman Empire during the medieval centuries starti…
Capital for the eastern Roman Empire that was established by…
Byzantine emperor that reigned from 527-565 C.E. (Strayer 428…
The idea that the emperor had the job of being caesar (politi…
Byzantine Empire
The eastern Roman Empire during the medieval centuries starti…
Constantinople
Capital for the eastern Roman Empire that was established by…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Hagia Sophia
Keiv
Kevian Rus'
Vladimir 1
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Trade city in s Russia established by Scandinavian traders in…
Ruled by Rurik. Predecessor to modern Russia. 9th-13th cent.
Rurik descendant. Converted kingdom to cristianity
Hagia Sophia
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Keiv
Trade city in s Russia established by Scandinavian traders in…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Key Terms
Western Christendom
Roman Catholic Church
Prince Vladimir of Kiev
Nubian Christianity
Western European branch of Christianity that gradually define…
Western European branch of Christianity that gradually define…
Grand prince of Kiev (r. 978-1015 C.E.) whose conversion to O…
Emerging in the fifth and sixth centuries in the several king…
Western Christendom
Western European branch of Christianity that gradually define…
Roman Catholic Church
Western European branch of Christianity that gradually define…
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Chapter 10 WHAP
Middle Ages
Vikings
manorialism
serfs
Period in western Europe history from the decline and fall of…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
Period in western Europe history from the decline and fall of…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
WHAP Chapter 10
middle ages
Vikings
manorialism
serfs
the period in the western European history from the decline a…
seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
system that described economic and political relations betwee…
peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
middle ages
the period in the western European history from the decline a…
Vikings
seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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Chapter 10 WHAP
Mahayana Buddhism
Theravana Buddhism
Tributary system
Bubonic plague
More accepting buddhism that allowed people to keep local god…
Follows Siddhartha Gautama's teachings directly and very litt…
Countries in east and southeast Asia would adopt this tributa…
Plague during middle ages that wiped out much of Europe, the…
Mahayana Buddhism
More accepting buddhism that allowed people to keep local god…
Theravana Buddhism
Follows Siddhartha Gautama's teachings directly and very litt…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
General of Justinian who led the Byzantine forces to defeat t…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Slavic kingdom in the Balkans. Constantly pressed Byzantine e…
Hagia Sophia
New Church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
General of Justinian who led the Byzantine forces to defeat t…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Middle Ages:
Gothic:
Vikings:
Manorialism:
the period in western European history between the fall of th…
an architectural style developed during the 13th and 14th cen…
seagoing Scandinavian raiders who disrupted coastal areas of…
rural system of reciprocal relations between landlords and th…
Middle Ages:
the period in western European history between the fall of th…
Gothic:
an architectural style developed during the 13th and 14th cen…
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Chapter 10 WHAP
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
new church constructed in Constantinople during the reign of…
one of Justinians most important military commander during re…
Byzantine weapon consisting of a mixture of chemicals that ig…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
new church constructed in Constantinople during the reign of…
Belisarius
one of Justinians most important military commander during re…
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WHAP Chapter 10 vocab
Aristotle and classical Greek writing
Byzantine Empire
Caesaropapism
Charlemagne
-Medieval thought was increasingly shaped by a rediscovery of…
-Term used by modern historians... -Refers to the surviving east…
-A political-religious system in which the secular rulers als…
-Ruler of Carolingian Empire... -Staged an imperial rival in Wes…
Aristotle and classical Greek writing
-Medieval thought was increasingly shaped by a rediscovery of…
Byzantine Empire
-Term used by modern historians... -Refers to the surviving east…
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WHAP chapter 10 vocab
middle ages
vikings
manorialism
serfs
W Europe between fall of Roman Empire and 15th century
8th-11th c, Scandinavian raiders who disrupted coastal Europe…
Rural system of reciprocal relations between landlords and th…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system
middle ages
W Europe between fall of Roman Empire and 15th century
vikings
8th-11th c, Scandinavian raiders who disrupted coastal Europe…
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whap chapter 10
middle ages
Vikings
manorialism
serfs
the period in western European history from the decline and f…
seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the agricultural manoria…
middle ages
the period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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Chapter 10 WHAP
Charlemagne
Medieval
Byzantine Empire
Eastern Orthodox
Reigned 768-814, ruler of Carolingian Empire (located in what…
(500-1500) also called middle ages or dark ages. Between the…
(330-1453) Eastern half of European Christendom, continued Ro…
Ruled by pope. Legitimated rule of emperor. Split from the Ca…
Charlemagne
Reigned 768-814, ruler of Carolingian Empire (located in what…
Medieval
(500-1500) also called middle ages or dark ages. Between the…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Charlemagne
Medieval
Byzantine Empire
Kievan Russia
King of the Franks (r. 768-814), emperor (r.800-814)... Establis…
Middles ages (500-1500)... Point between Greco-Roman antuquity a…
The Eastern portion of the Roman Empire (4th century- 1453)
State established at Kiev in Ukraine around 880 by Scandinavi…
Charlemagne
King of the Franks (r. 768-814), emperor (r.800-814)... Establis…
Medieval
Middles ages (500-1500)... Point between Greco-Roman antuquity a…
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WHAP Chapter 10: Vocab
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
(c. 505-565) One of Justinian's most important military comma…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
(c. 505-565) One of Justinian's most important military comma…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Test
African slave trade
Angkor Wat
Bayeux Tapestry
Book of Kings
WHAT: export of African slaves across Sahara and Indian Ocean…
WHAT: A temple measuring 1 square mile, the largest religious…
WHAT: A tapestry made to celebrate the successful invasion of…
WHAT: aka "Shah Namah", book written in Perisan by Abu Al-Qas…
African slave trade
WHAT: export of African slaves across Sahara and Indian Ocean…
Angkor Wat
WHAT: A temple measuring 1 square mile, the largest religious…
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WHAP- Chapter 10 vocab
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Byzantine Empire
caesaropapism
Charlemagne
Some works of the Greek philosopher, who lived between 384 an…
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
A political-religious system in which the secular ruler is al…
Ruler of the Carolingian Empire (r. 768-814) who staged an im…
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Some works of the Greek philosopher, who lived between 384 an…
Byzantine Empire
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocab
Middle Ages
Vikings
manorialism
serfs
The period of time beginning with the fall of the Roman Empir…
Seagoing peoples from Scandinavia that raided places from Ire…
The system of economic and political relations between landlo…
Agricultural workers who received protection from landlords,…
Middle Ages
The period of time beginning with the fall of the Roman Empir…
Vikings
Seagoing peoples from Scandinavia that raided places from Ire…
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Chapter 10 WHAP
In what respects did Byzantium continu…
How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity…
In what ways was the Byzantine Empire…
How did links to Byzantium transform t…
Continuance in Byzantium's roads,military structures, central…
Unlike Western Europe, where the Catholic Church maintained s…
On a political and military level, Byzantium continued the lo…
​•​Kievan Rus borrowed Byzantium architectural styles, the Cy…
In what respects did Byzantium continu…
Continuance in Byzantium's roads,military structures, central…
How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity…
Unlike Western Europe, where the Catholic Church maintained s…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Overview
Byzantine Empire
Origins
Justinian's Achievements
Arab Pressure and the Empire's Defenses
The Byzantine Empire, once part of the greater Roman Empire,…
Emperor Constantine in the fourth century C.E. established a…
In the sixth century, Justinian, with a secure base in the ea…
Justinian's successors concentrated on the defense of their E…
Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire, once part of the greater Roman Empire,…
Origins
Emperor Constantine in the fourth century C.E. established a…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Middle ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serfs
The period in western european history from the decline and f…
Seagoing scandinavian raiders from sweden, denmark, and norwa…
System that described economic economic and political relatio…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle ages
The period in western european history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing scandinavian raiders from sweden, denmark, and norwa…
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Chapter 10 Whap
Minos
Palaces
Linear A
foreign invaders seeking their wealth
Who was the Minoan society named after
Where were the centers of Minoan Society
Palace officials of the Minoan society developed what script?
How did the Minoan Society fall?
Minos
Who was the Minoan society named after
Palaces
Where were the centers of Minoan Society
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Chapter 10 WHAP
In Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, the anci…
What is true of both Minoan and Mycena…
By "tyrants" the Greeks meant
Spartan Life
expert and fearless seafarers
Both societies built palaces.
Ambitious politicians who gained power by irregular means.
Boys were taken away from their mothers for military training…
In Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, the anci…
expert and fearless seafarers
What is true of both Minoan and Mycena…
Both societies built palaces.
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CHAPTER 10 - WHAP
Provided cultural commodity and a dive…
Western Europe was in shambles.
Asia and Africa
Russia and Western Europe
Describe the role of Christianity in Western Europe.
Why was Christianity important to the European civilization?
Where will we see Christianity "contract" in this era?
Where will we see Christianity "expand" in this era?
Provided cultural commodity and a dive…
Describe the role of Christianity in Western Europe.
Western Europe was in shambles.
Why was Christianity important to the European civilization?
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Chapter 10 WHAP
Anasazi
ayllu
Aztecs
chinampas
Important culture of what is now the southwest (1000-1300 C.E…
In Incan society, a clan or community that worked together on…
Ancient civilization (1200-1521AD) that was located in what i…
floating farming islands made by the Aztec
Anasazi
Important culture of what is now the southwest (1000-1300 C.E…
ayllu
In Incan society, a clan or community that worked together on…
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WHAP Vocab Chapter 10
middle ages
vikings
manorialism
serfs
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
seagoing Scandinavian raider from Sweden, Denmark, and Norway…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
middle ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
vikings
seagoing Scandinavian raider from Sweden, Denmark, and Norway…
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WHAP - Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serfs
The post-classical period in Europe after the fall of the Rom…
Seagoing Scandinavian people that executed raids on the rest…
The system of economic and political relations between landlo…
The majority of the population, those that labored in self-su…
Middle Ages
The post-classical period in Europe after the fall of the Rom…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian people that executed raids on the rest…
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WHAP Chapter 10
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
System of competing states
European cities
Crusades
Some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BCE) h…
The distinctive organization of Western European political li…
Cities in Europe that were mostly developed during the Mediev…
1096 Christian Europe aim to reclaim Jerusalem and aid they B…
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BCE) h…
System of competing states
The distinctive organization of Western European political li…
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Chapter 10 Vocabulary WHAP
Aeschylus
Alexandria
Antigonid Empire
Battle of Marathon
Greek tragedian, author of the Oresteia.
Capital of the Ptolemaic empire, situated at the mouth of the…
The portion of Alexander's realm that that included Greece an…
Victory for Athens (490 B.C.E.) over Persia during the Persia…
Aeschylus
Greek tragedian, author of the Oresteia.
Alexandria
Capital of the Ptolemaic empire, situated at the mouth of the…
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Chapter 10 vocab WHAP
Yellow Turbans
Sui
Tang
Harsha
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 c.e. in China pr…
Dynasty that succeeded the Han in China; emerged from strong…
Dynasty that succeeded the Sui in 618 c.e.; more stable than…
Ruler who followed Guptas in India; briefly constructed a loo…
Yellow Turbans
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 c.e. in China pr…
Sui
Dynasty that succeeded the Han in China; emerged from strong…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocab
Byzantine Empire
Hagia sophia
Justinian
Theodora I
Eastern half of Roman empire following collapse of western ha…
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
byzantine emperor (527-565 ce), noted for his short-lived rec…
the wife of Justinian, originally a prostitute; influenced Ju…
Byzantine Empire
Eastern half of Roman empire following collapse of western ha…
Hagia sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Vocab
Pope
Clovis
Charlemagne
William the Conqueror
Meaning papa or father; bishop of Rome and head of Catholic C…
King of the Franks; converted to Christianity circa 496
Carolingian monarch who established a large empire in France…
Invaded England from Normandy in 1066; established tight feud…
Pope
Meaning papa or father; bishop of Rome and head of Catholic C…
Clovis
King of the Franks; converted to Christianity circa 496
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WHAP Chapter 10- Greek Phase
Minoans
Mycenaeans
Polis
Sparta
Society located on the island of Crete (2000-1100BCE) influen…
Early Greek society on Peloponnese (1600-1100 BCE), influence…
Greek term for city-state... Increase in population, became live…
Devoted much of their resources to maintain a powerful and we…
Minoans
Society located on the island of Crete (2000-1100BCE) influen…
Mycenaeans
Early Greek society on Peloponnese (1600-1100 BCE), influence…
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WHAP chapter 10
Crusades
Eastern Orthodox Christian
Christendom
What caused eastern orthodoxy and Chri…
A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by Europea…
A branch of Christianity that developed in the Byzantine Empi…
Christian-dominated Western Europe of the Middle Ages, center…
the spread of Islam
Crusades
A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by Europea…
Eastern Orthodox Christian
A branch of Christianity that developed in the Byzantine Empi…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Terms
Hagia Sophia
Belsarius
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
(c. 505- 565) One of Justinian's most important military comm…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belsarius
(c. 505- 565) One of Justinian's most important military comm…
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WHAP Chapter 10 and 12 Vocab
Grand Canal
Tang Empire
tributary system
Song Empire
The 1,100-mile (1,700-kilometer) waterway linking the Yellow…
Empire unifying China and part of Central Asia, founded 618 a…
A system in which, from the time of the Han Empire, countries…
Empire in southern China (1127-1279; the 'Southern Song') whi…
Grand Canal
The 1,100-mile (1,700-kilometer) waterway linking the Yellow…
Tang Empire
Empire unifying China and part of Central Asia, founded 618 a…
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WHAP Chapter 10
In comparison to Byzantium, Latin Chri…
What advantage did the Byzantine Empir…
Which of the following was a long-term…
Disagreement over which of the followi…
a localized society
a stronger military
Spain, Sicily, and the Baltic region permanently joined the w…
Veneration of icons
In comparison to Byzantium, Latin Chri…
a localized society
What advantage did the Byzantine Empir…
a stronger military
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Chapter 10 WHAP
In what respects did Byzantium continu…
How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity…
In what ways was the Byzantine Empire…
How did links to Byzantium transform t…
Continuance in Byzantium's roads,military structures, central…
Unlike Western Europe, where the Catholic Church maintained s…
On a political and military level, Byzantium continued the lo…
​•​Kievan Rus borrowed Byzantium architectural styles, the Cy…
In what respects did Byzantium continu…
Continuance in Byzantium's roads,military structures, central…
How did Eastern Orthodox Christianity…
Unlike Western Europe, where the Catholic Church maintained s…
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whap vocab- chapter 10
Middle Ages
Vikings
manoralism
serfs
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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WHAP chapter 10
early modern period
land based power
sea based power
humanism
period of time from 1450 to 1750
power through government controlling land and creating armies…
power by controlling water routes, developing technologies to…
interest in capabilities/accomplishments of individuals
early modern period
period of time from 1450 to 1750
land based power
power through government controlling land and creating armies…
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WHAP Chapter 10 Overview
Byzantine Empire
Origins
Justinian's Achievements
Arab Pressure and the Empire's Defenses
The Byzantine Empire, once part of the greater Roman Empire,…
Emperor Constantine in the fourth century C.E. established a…
In the sixth century, Justinian, with a secure base in the ea…
Justinian's successors concentrated on the defense of their E…
Byzantine Empire
The Byzantine Empire, once part of the greater Roman Empire,…
Origins
Emperor Constantine in the fourth century C.E. established a…
56 terms
Chapter 10 WHAP
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Byzantine Empire
Caesaropapism
Charlemagne
some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle had always been…
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
the political-religious system in which the secular ruler is…
Ruler of the Carolingian Empire who staged an imperial reviva…
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle had always been…
Byzantine Empire
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
18 terms
WHAP Chapter 10
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed during the Constantithople during reig…
Byzantine general under Justinian I; he led expeditions to ov…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Slave kingdom established in Northen portions of balkan penin…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed during the Constantithople during reig…
Belisarius
Byzantine general under Justinian I; he led expeditions to ov…
27 terms
WHAP- Chapter 10 Vocab
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serfs
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
39 terms
Chapter 10 WHAP
In which civilization was the rational…
Which of the following is a symbol fea…
Technological changes in which field l…
In comparison to Byzantium, Latin Chri…
Western Europe
The halo
Weaving
a localized society.
In which civilization was the rational…
Western Europe
Which of the following is a symbol fea…
The halo
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