Flashcards in soc byzantine (new rome) Long Deck (23):
The official split between roman catholic and byzantine churches.
In roman and byzantine empires highest church official in a major city.
ruler who has complete authority.
collection of roman laws organized by byzantine emperor Justinian, later serving as a model for catholic church and medieval monarchs.
Capital of eastern roman empire, capital of byzantine and ottoman empires, now called Istanbul.
Holy image of Christ, virgin Mary, or a saint venerated in the church.
Byzantine empire reached their peak with this emperor, destined to revive ancient Rome.
wife and shrewd politician, that served as advisor and co ruler to Justinian.
Church called holy wisdom, that Justinian rebuilt.
also known as the new rome
was a blend of greek, roman, and christian ideas called
where did new roads stretch from
from the balkans to middle east and to north africa
what was Constantine looking for when he moved the capitol
water way between black/aegan sea, a harber safe for boats, trade routes, land routes, it would be both protected on 3 sides by sea and huge wall
how did Constantinople model rome
government, hippodrome, roman laws
justinian became emperor and controlled ------
army, navy, made laws, headed the church and gov, was the supreme judge
the church taught that -------- was inspired by god and cannot be questioned
--- helped justinian rule (co-ruler) convinced him to allow womens rights
----- vowed to help stay and help control the nika revolt while justinian wanted to leave, they got control back
justinian and theodora together rebuilt Constantinople by
building aqueducts, bridges, and churches
what were the levels of ruling over the christian churches
patriarchs oversee the church but byz emperors have final say (christians didnt accept popes authority)
what did byz emperor do that caused the Christians to riot
what caused the great schism (the christian church to split)
cause emporer band icons which most christians wanted.
roman cath in west and east orthodox in east