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Read the chapter carefully. Take notes for yourself. Write a short essay (350 words at least) explaining what, in your opinion, are the most important points of the chapter and why . (Use the spellcheck function). Do not forget to reference your statements by indicating the page in the textbook where you found the information. Do not forget to comment on, at least, two of your classmates' posts. Debates are welcomed & encouraged. If you start a substantive, scholarly debate with classmates, I will consider granting extra points. I will occasionally make comments on students' posts. Ignore my comments at your own peril. (Do not forget the COMPORTMENT POINTS). Comment on classmates' posts. Generate debates for extra credit. The Sasanid Empire Byzantium, Constantinople, and Christianity Muhammad and the Birth of Islam The Arab-Islamic Empire In chapter 6, after the Roman Empire taking its fall in power due to the ranking of Christian faith circling the nation, the Roman Empire continued on in the Late Antiquity. Western Roman Empire which was centered around Rome had collapsed, the Eastern part of the sector had survived as the Byzantine Empire. While the Roman Empire's capital was Rome, the Byzantine Empire’s capital city was Constantinople, which was previously called Byzantium. Constantinople was named after Emperor Constantine I, the first Byzantine emperor. The Roman Empire in the east transformed into the Byzantine Empire over time, but Emperor Constantine's reign was the start of the Byzantine Empire. During Constantine’s rule, he made
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