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Final Study Guide and Notes (2003)

Final Study Guide and Notes (2003) - Chapter 7 Byzantium...

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Chapter 7: Byzantium, Islam, and the Latin West: The Foundations  of Medieval Europe Time:  480CE – 750CE  Thesis:  The End of Imperial ruling brought the introduction of the Germanic Kingship  and the development of three new realms, the Byzantine Empire, the Umayyad  Caliphate, and Latin Christendom.  These three groups borrowed elements of Roman  Law and reconfigured it to suit the needs of their ever changing cultures. Terms: Wergild Five Pillars of Islam Justinian Chapter Structure: Byzantium: The Survival of the Roman Empire An Embattled Empire Emperor, Army, and Church Imperial Administration and Economy The Church and Religious Life Icons and the Iconoclastic Controversy The New World of Islam The Rise of Islam
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Islam as Revealed to Muhammad The Islamic Community After Muhammad The Umayyad Caliphate Conquests Governing the Islamic Empire Commercial Encounters The Birth of Latin Christendom Germanic Kingdoms n Roman Foundations From Tribes into Kingdoms The Growth of the Papacy Different Kingdoms, Shard Traditions Roman and Germanic Legacies Unity Through Law The Spread of Latin Christianity in the New Kingdoms of Europe Converting the Irish and Anglo-Saxons Monastic Intellectual Life Jews in a Christian World Conclusion: Three Cultural Realms Chapter 8: Empires and Borderlands: The Early Middle Ages
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Time:  773CE – 1050CE Thesis:  The Early Middle Ages were a tale of three cities: Cordoba, Baghdad, and  Medina [ also Aachen and Constantinople for Christendom ].  This lead to the rise of the  Caliphate and the Carolingians in the Medieval world.  This is also a time of Feudal  structure and Agricultural revolution. Terms: Caliphate: Abbasids, Baghdad, Al-Mamun, & Cordoba Manor: Lords, Vassals, Serfs [& Clergy] Carolingians: Charlemagne, Pope Leo III, Carolingian Renaissance \ Chapter Structure: The Carolingians The Leadership of Charlemagne Coronation of Charlemagne as Emperor Carolingian Rulership The Carolingian Renaissance The Division of Western Europe Invasions and Recovery in the Latin West The Polytheist Invaders of the Latin West Rulers in the Latin West Lords and Vassals
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