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Byzantine Empire

These sites detail the history, struggles, and long lasting Byzantine Empire. Learn about emperors and modern influences born from this civilization. Included are eThemes Resources on Barbarian Invasions in the 4th-6th Century.

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  • 10

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This website explores the history of the Byzantine Empire from Eastern Europe and Russia, in the Postclassical Era, during the Eighth to Eleventh Centuries, and the spread of civilizations in Eastern Europe.
This site explores Byzantine style painting and architecture; includes links to Byzantine artists by century. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This lesson plan focuses on Byzantium; includes: objectives, materials, procedures, adaptations, discussion questions, evaluation, extensions, suggested readings, links, vocabulary, and academic standards. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Here is a photograph of the Hagia Sophia. Click on the "Next" button to go to Romanesque Architecture. NOTE: This site contains pop-up ads and sponsored ads.
Learn about about the major early influences on the Byzantine Empire. Also learn about major events and landmarks that are associated with the Byzantine civilization.
This site has a lesson plan where students learn about how Roman law was transformed and retained via the Justinian Code.
The site contains an image detailing the Byzantine Empire via a timeline.
Learn more about this emperor who ruled the Byzantine Empire for over 30 years. This site talks about Heraclius' governmental reforms and military conquests.
These sites are about the Barbarian invasions in the 4th through 6th centuries and include information on Germanic tribes, the Huns, and the Mongols. View many maps showing the routes of the invasions. Also includes timelines, a video, and some activity ideas.
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