Byzantine and Germanic Discussion Prep

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EUH 2001 Byzantine and Germanic Successors to Rome “Rome’s Rulers Become Multiethnic”—“Mary, Mother of Jesus” Discussion for Monday 1/26/09 One of the primary themes in this class is community—how these people bind themselves together to form a civilization. The first task before you, therefore, is to note what each of the communities represented in these sources (Byzantine, Germanic, and Islamic) expected of their members, both explicitly and implicitly.
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Unformatted text preview: Use specific examples from the readings to illustrate your points. Germanic Byzantine Islamic Next, we want to remember that the Western world was an organic whole, not a parceled collection of disparate peoples. And the West was inexplicably tied to the Eastern world, too. So, assess the extent to which these communities shared ideals and expectations with one another—what did they have in common?...
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