chap 10

in comparison to Byzantium, latin christendom before 1000 ce wasa localized society
what advantage did the byzantine empire have that enabled it to survive as a political entity for a thousand years longer than the wester part of the roman empirea stonger military
which of the following was a long term impact of the crusades in europespain, sicily, and baltic region permanently joined the world of western christendom
disagreement over which of the following contributed to the split between the roman catholic church and the eastern orthodox churchveneration of icons
features of the byzantine empire did the new civilization of Kievan Rus adoptpolitical ideals of imperial control of the church
an example of the byzantine empires influence on eurasiatransmission of ancient greek learning to western Europe of the islamic world
europe after the fall of the roman empire, what system emerged that emphasized the reciprocal ties between a king and his vassals, and between a lord and his serfs?feudalism
following describes the situation in western europe after the collapse of the roman empire in 476long distance trade was limited to italy
evidence of the expansion and growth of european civilization during high middle agesincrease in long distance trade
how did economic growth and urbanization during the high middle ages affect women in western europewomen practiced trades and sometimes trained female apprentices
characterizes the spread of christianity throughout western europe from 500 to 1000earlier cultural practices were absorbed into the Christian tradition
technological changes in what field limited women’s opportunities in western europe by 15th centuryweaving
besides islam, which of the following was also a target of western european crusaderseastern orthodox christianity
during period from 1000 to 1300 the rulers in which region held the least powerwestern europe
example of european innovation made possible by borrowing technologies from other civilizationuse of gunpowder in cannons
contributed to the decline of christiantity in asia and africa by 1500spread of islam
describes the situation of christian communities in the middle east and north africa from 650 to 1300shrinking communities of second class subjects
outside of europe, the strongest presence of christiantity from 500 to 1300 was inethopia
an example of how christianity was reinterpreted as it spread throughout asia and africajesus sutras
event in 13th century influence the egyptian state change in attitude toward its christian subjects from tolerance to prosecutionthe crusades
describes feature of byzantine empireemperor claimed to be gods representative on earth
brought byzantine empire to an endcapture of constinopole by ottoman empire
greater influence on eastern orthodox christianity than on roman Catholicismgreek philosophical concepts
11th century the religious culture of the byzantine empire had a significant impact onslavic speaking peoples in balkans and russia
describes the process of conversion to eastern orthodox christianity in Kievan rus?was a freely made decision on the part of prince vladmir of kiev who chose eastern orthodox christianity to unify his people
centuries between 500 to 1000 europes center of gravity shifted away from Mediterranean towardthe north and west
describes the relationship between politics and religion in western europe from 500 to 1300rulers provided protection for the church in return for religious legitimacy
in western europe from 1000 to 1300 power was divided amongkings, nobles, and church leaders
which civilization was the rationalism and secularism of greek thought used to explain religious doctrineswestern europe