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What part of Rome becomes the Byzantine Empire?
Rome's eastern empire
Most empires go from small to big, the Byzantine Empire...
Went from big to small
When Rome falls, what happened to the East side and the West side?
West-went down
East (Byzantine)-went up
What did Constatine do?
1.First legalized Christianity
2.Made the Byzantine Empire strong
3.First Byzantine Empire
Ignorant means...
Not knowing something because you've never been taught it
Western church was Roman, the Eastern church was...
Orthodox
What can the Eastern church do that the Western can't?
The priests can marry
This split became...
The Great Scism
Paradime is...
Something you expect
What is Medina?
The holy city of Islam
What's faith?
Beleiving in something that can't be seen, disproven,or proven.
What did each of the Five Pillars of Faith represent?
1st-Beleive there is only one god, and Muhammad is his profit
2nd-Make 5 prayers a day
3rd-Give alms to the poor
4th-Fast during Ramadan
5th-Make a pilgrimage to Mecca in one's lifetime
What is a pilgrimage?
A trip made for religous reasons
What is a hajj?
A pilgrimage
Compare the amounts of alms that Islam gave and people in the Middle Ages gave.
Islam alms-25%
Middle Ages-Tithe-15% of your wealth (must do back then)
Today,tithe=10% of your income (voluntary)
What is a mosque?
A holy temple of prayers
Religion is...
What you beleive in
What is denomination?
How you practice your religion
In Modern Times, what is the order after the French revolution?
1.Rennisance
2.Reformation
3.Nation-states
What were the Frank's tribe?
They were barbarians
Other barbarian tribes were...
-Vandals
-Huns
-Goths-Visa Goths=east
-Ostra Goths=west
-Saxons
-Jutes
-Angles
What is a contract?
An agreement
What is a mosque?
A holy temple of prayers
Religion is...
What you beleive in
What is denomination?
How you practice your religion
In Modern Times, what is the order after the French revolution?
1.Rennisance
2.Reformation
3.Nation-states
What were the Frank's tribe?
They were barbarians
Other barbarian tribes were...
-Vandals
-Huns
-Goths-Visa Goths=east
-Ostra Goths=west
-Saxons
-Jutes
-Angles
What is a contract?
An agreement
What is a feudal contract?
It's where the upper class gives protection and the lower class gives shelter,food, and necessities
What was the most impt. city in Western Rome? Byzantine?
West-Rome
East-Constantinople
What was the language for the West? East?
West-Latin
East-Greek
What was the position of the head leader for the West? East?
West-Pope
East-Patriarch
What did both of the leaders position mean?
Father
What calender did each side use?
West-Gregorian
East-Julian (from Julias Caesar)
What could the Estern church leader do that the Western couldn't?
They could marry
What was the position of followers to reading "Holy Writings?"
West-forbidden to read the bible
East-allowed and encouraged people to read the bible
What are the names as it applies to the nations?
West-Roman
East-Orthodox
Religous symbol?
West-a cross
East-a cross w/slash
What was the order of the feudal classes?
-King
-Great Lords
-Lesser Lords
-Freedmen
-Serf
*Nobles and knights covered from Great Lords to freedmen.
*A vassel could cover from a Great Lord to a serf.
What else is this triangle known as?
The iron triangle
The serf was_____with the land.
The serf was sold with the land.
A vassel was everyone but...
Everyone but the King
What did the woman's position depend on?
Their position depended on their husbands. Lower classes did the same jobs as their husbands. Upper classes superviseed the shelter of the castle.
What was a page?
-1st step to knigthood
-taught by women
-taught manners and history
-started at ages 7-8
What is a squire?
-2nd step to knigthood
-ages around 14
When do you become a knight?
Goal-age 21
-changes when you're worthy to fight in battle
*When you're a squire,you help other knights in battle, but you don't fight.
What classes do you have to be to become a knight?
The upper 3 classes of males
-No freedmen or serfs
What is a promigenture?
Where the oldest son gets everything