western 6,7 - Sarah Otto Western Civilization October 5,...

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Sarah Otto Western Civilization October 5, 2010 Mr. Dunckel Chapter 6 and 7 Keyterms Tetrarchy was Diocletian’s political reform, which divided the Roman Empire into two halves ruled by two rulers and two lieutenants. Constantinople is the former capital of the Byzantine Empire which was eventually renamed Istanbul after its conquest by the Ottomans in 1453 C.E. Pharisees were a group of Jewish teachers and preachers that emerged in the third century B.C.E. and insisted that all of God’s commandments were binding on all Jews. Paul was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus; Paul spread Christianity throughout the Near East and Greece. Arians were followers of a priest names Arius in the fourth-century who rejected the idea that Christ could be equal to God. Saint Benedict of Nursia established his famous Latin Rule and started monasticism’s growth in the sixth century which would grow even more after the eighth century. Visigoths
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