Tuesday, December 18, 2018

'Chapter 12 Holt Ancient World History\r'

'Chapter 12 1. A) Justinian I was an emperor of the Byzantine Empire. He reformed the roman natural laws by rearranging them and putting them in order. The revised law rule called Justinian’s Code. B) Theodora influenced the nika revolution because she stood strong and convinced her king to do the same. C) Justinian could birth make his achievements by cosmos much sure of how much land his government could support when he was taking over the land to the west. 2. A) A Mosaic is a piece of art comprised of depressed pieces of colorise tile or glass. Mosaics were one of the close earthy types of Byzantine art.B) I believe that the iconoclasts responded the fashion they did to the homosexual images because it seemed to them kindred the images were to close to the non-Christian worship of an idols. C) The split in the midst of the Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Church occurred because of their galore(postnominal) differences the most important of which was who in the church had the most indicator. 3. A) Under the Macedonian dynasty the Byzantine Empire enjoyed a 200 year golden age. B) The split surrounded by the aristocracies of city and bucolicside was a problem because it caused them to fight inwardly their empire which weekend them to outside attack.C) The statement, â€Å"The Byzantines themselves, not the Turks, take for granted the greatest responsibility for the end of their empire,” is completely true. division 2 1. A) The Slavs asked for divine service from the Rus to bring â€Å"Order” to their way of living and act as a contour of king. B) The accomplishments of Yaroslav the Wise argon: fact that he became regulation of Kiev Rus, He hired scribes to translate ghostly books from Greek to Slavic, and infra his rule the Russian law was codified, and he attend toed regain territory that had been lost.C) The physical geographics may have locomote the relationship between the Byzantine Empire and the Kievan R us because since the where so close thither seems as if there might be several(prenominal) territorial issues. 2. A) Cyril And Methodius converted Slavs to Christianity. B) Vladimir I impacted Russian Christianity by converting then marrying the sister of the Byzantine Emperor. He also built libraries, schools, and churches. Then he made Christianity the state religion. C) I bet Christianity spread more in he city then the country side because cities have more people which means it was probably more promoted. 3. A) Alexander Nevsky was known as a Russian hero. Not only did he defeat the Swedes and the Teutonic Knights, he also was the Mongols vessel. B) I think Invasions from the outside caused more damage to the Kievan province then Internal problems because they always seemed to be under attack. First, being attacked from the east, Then the north and then being invaded again by the Teutonic Knights.Section 3 . A) Alfred the heavy(p) was the kind of Wessex. He helped defeat the Danish Invaders and conjugated forces with Anglo-Saxon England. He also compiled a code of laws and promoted learning. B) The Franks converted to Christianity because their leader, Clovis, swore that if they won the battle be could sustain a Christian. The Franks won, and all his troops followed in Clovis’s footsteps. C) I think Western Europe stony-broke apart probably because they didn’t have a unifying leader. Everyone in that age wanted power to themselves. . A) Patrick spread Christianity throughout Ireland without giving a sustainment how he was treated. By the time he died he achieved making almost all of Ireland Christian. B) Gregory the Great was a Roman Catholic pope. His major achievement was restoring cloistral discipline, and was zealous in propagating Christianity. C) I think Christendom affect medieval Europe in a small way. It was just another society that promoted Christianity and its customs. 3. A) Life for a Celtic Monk is quiet and reserved.Th ey liked to be isolated from the rest of society because they felt as though it would keep them from being distracted from their faith. They like to fast and spend days at a time in solitary contemplation. B) Benedictines and Celtic monasteries were connatural because they both where groups of monks who were very dedicated and focused on their religion. They were also both led by Abbots. They are different from each other because the Benedictines were open to the general about their religion and were not as brute(a) then the Celtics.Celtics often did intense fasts and like to be isolated and away from social activity. C) I think that the most significant thing that the Benedictines did was run schools that help educate and create the â€Å"Finest Minds” of the Middle Ages. This led to clever people copying important ancient manuscripts to help keep the knowledge of Greece and Rome alive. Without those manuscript, we probably would be reading this chapter and a big chunk o f account would be undiscovered.\r\n'

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