Flashcards in Unit Two-Group B- Places and States/Empires Deck (30):
What was the aristocratic clan that was extended from Charles Martel called?
What was the northern border of the Byzantine empire in the mid eleventh century?
What was Byzantion's natural harbor by Bosporus?
Prominent port in East Africa
First state known that reflected Indian influence
What was the capital of the Western European empire ruled by Charlemagne?
What range of mountains in southwest Europe formed a natural border between France and Spain?
What did St scholastics spread to women living in convents.
Where did Charlemagne build the great church of the Holy Mother of God?
Where was the Hagia Sophia built?
Where was the Frankish Empire located?
What was the official religion of the Franks and the Byzantines?
What other empire did the Byzantines share a border with?
Who was the most successful and most influential of the Germanic people?
What does "missi dominici" mean?
Envoys of the lord ruler.
What connects Afghanistan and Pakistan?
The Khyber Pass
This kingdom was founded on the Deccan Plateau by two brothers.
The Vijayanagara Kingdom
A Muslim kingdom that ruled parts of Northern India from 1206-1526 AD.
The Delhi Sultanate
This region is at the North-East corner of India.
The Bengal Region
This river was very important to Angkor. It runs through Southeast Asia
What was the greatest church in Constantinople?
Where did Charlemagne establish his capital?
Came under great pressure from nomadic invaders. 6th century collapse.
Situated in south. Navy dominated waters and conquered Ceylon .
Northern Ethiopians. Christians
What are the virtues of Benedictine monks
Poverty chastity and obedience
Who was Benedict's sister
What was the event that offered with christen churches in 1054
The great schism
Why were heavy plows effective for agriculture
Could turn heavy northern soil. Allowed the land to be plowed faster. Production increased, and Rotating crops