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Birth of a Byzantine Empire Justinian (r. 526-565) Corpus Iuris Civilis, aka Justinians Code (534) religious uniformity Caesaropapism Attempted re-conquest Empire under Herakleios (Heraclius, r.610-641) Greek Culture Theme System (themata): strategos, soldier’s lands, logothetes Successor States to the roman empire c.500 Last roman emperor deposed by Odacer, 476 CE Administrative apparatus still in place, but cities lose populations Germanic successor states: Spain (Visigoths), Italy (Ostrogoths), Gaul (Burgundians, Franks),
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Unformatted text preview: Britain (Angles, Saxons) The Papacy (Saint) Gregory the great (r.590-604) independence papal primacy Donation of Constantine: Patriarchs of rome, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Antioch and Constantinople Ascetism / Monasticism St. Anthony and eremitic monasticism: Hermit like existence Pachomius and cenobitic monasticism: chastity, poverty, obedience Benedict of Nursia (c.470-547) established consistent rule for monasteries: poverty, chastity, obedience, regular prayer, labor...
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