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Byzantium Becomes the
New Rome
Copyright В© Clara Kim 2007. All rights reserved.
SPLITS
• Capital = Constantinople
• Continued as the New
ROME
• Kings saw themselves to
still be considered ROMAN
emperors
Byzantine
Empire
Constantinople
• Survived because it
was far away from the
Germanic tribe
invasions
• It was the crossroads
of trade so it was
successful
• Preserved GrecoRoman culture
Justinian
• Justinian was a serious
emperor who worked
from dawn to midnight
• He helped rebuild and
re-conquer Rome
• Had ABSOLUTE
POWER = controlled
both government and
church
Byzantine Under Justinian
• He wanted a re-conquest of the
Roman territories that were lost
through Germanic invasions
Justinian’s Accomplishments
• Sent Best general
Belisarius to take North
Africa from the Vandals
• 2 Years later Belisarius
took Rome back from
the Ostrogoths
• Justinian won back
nearly all the territory
Rome used to rule.
Justinian Code
• Justinian set up a panel of legal
experts to look through 400 years of
Roman law.
–Some laws were outdated
–Justinian wanted to create a single,
uniform code
• This became known as the Justinian
Code that was used for 900 years
after his death
Justinian Expands Trade
• The main street that
ran through
Constantinople was
called the MESE
which means
“Middle Way”
–It ran from the
imperial palace to
the outer walls
Justinian Expands Trade
• There was a giant
open-air market
where shoppers
could buy
–Tin from England
–Wine from France
–Cork from Spain
–Ivory and gold from
Africa
Byzantium Preserves Learning
• Families valued education
–Sent children to
monastic or public
schools
–Hired private tutors
–Greek and Latin grammar,
philosophy and rhetoric
• They preserved Greek and
Roman great works
Justinian’s Building Program
• Launched the most ambitious public
building program the Roman world had
ever seen.
• City protected by a deep moat, and three
walls that were 25 feet thick
• City coast was surrounded by a 14-mile
stone wall
The Hagia Sophia
• Justinians’ most splendid building
• Christian church later taken by the
Muslims
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Slide 1 - http://fds.oup.com/www.oup.com/images/onlineproducts/byzantium.jpg
Slide 2 – http://www.canmag.com/images/front/tv/rome.jpg
Slide 3 – Clipart 2007
Slide 5 - Clipart 2007
Slide 6 http://www.turkeyinphotos.com/Gallery/Hagia%20Sophia/hagia%20sophia13.jpg
Slide 7 - http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Medieval/Bio/Justinian.jpg
Slide 8 - http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/medieval/history/byzantine/justinian.jpg
Slide 9 - http://sitemaker.umich.edu/mladjov/files/med565s.jpg
Slide 10 - http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/3014/belisarius1rq.jpg
Slide 12 http://ehlt.flinders.edu.au/theology/institute/mediterranean/greece/images/ViaIgnatia.j
pg
Slide 13 http://www.town.brookline.ma.us/FarmersMarket/Images/FarmersMarket2006-10.jpg
Slide 14 - http://www.ph-ludwigsburg.de/html/2b-frnz-s01/overmann/baf4/ibrahim/207_253_hagia_sophia.jpg
Slide 14 - http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~rma8/Bookworm.jpg
Slide 16 - http://www.geographia.com/egypt/sinai/justinian1.jpg
Slide 17 - http://sixintheworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/Hagia%20Sophia.jpg
Slide 18 – http://image.dashofer.hu/upload/epitinfo/2_hagia_sofia_belulrol.jpg
Slide 19 – http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/encommons/thumb/1/1c/250px-Constantinople.png
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