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Chapter 2 – The Fall of Rome. Section Notes. Video. The Roman Empire Fall of the Western Roman Empire The Byzantine Empire. Ancient Rome and the World Today. Maps. History Close-up. The Roman Empire at its Height, 117 Early Christianity in the Roman Empire
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Part 2 – The Fall of Rome Section Notes Video The Roman Empire Fall of the Western Roman Empire The Byzantine Empire Ancient Rome and the World Today Maps History Close-up The Roman Empire at its Height, 117 Early Christianity in the Roman Empire The Eastern and Western Empires Invasions of the Roman Empire, 340-500 The Byzantine Empire, 1025 The Glory of Constantinople Quick Facts Roman Accomplishments Why Rome Fell The Western Roman and Byzantine Empires Chapter 2 Visual Summary Images Roman Ruins Time Line: Key Events in Roman History Justinian and Theodora

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The Roman Empire 7.1.1 The Big Idea The Romans made incredible advances in numerous fields that kept their realm solid. Principle Ideas Leadership and laws helped the Romans in building the domain. Roman headways in building, engineering, workmanship, and rationality formed later civic establishments. Christianity spread rapidly all through the Roman world.

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Rome developed from a modest town to a colossal city. Home to more than a million people The regions Rome controlled framed one of the biggest states the world had ever observed. Regions encompassed the Mediterranean Sea. The Roman Empire was governed by sovereigns. Roman natives comprehended their laws and had ensured rights. Primary Idea 1: Leadership and laws helped the Romans in building the realm.

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Roman Emperor\'s Powers Declare war, raise imposes, and rebuff culprits Nominate open authorities and impact gatherings of the Senate Lead religious celebrations

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Citizens were the general population who could take part in government. Residents had the privilege to vote and hold open office. Obligations of citizenship included Paying duties Serving in the armed force when required Rome\'s rulers offered citizenship to gatherings that the Romans had won. This demonstration kept individuals faithful to Rome. Roman Citizenship

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Engineering Roads went on for quite a long time, and extensions crossed seething waterways. Reservoir conduits , human-made channels that conveyed water from far off mountain ranges into Rome or different urban areas Architecture and Art Romans acquired from Greek thoughts, for example, utilizing segments and open space, however made their structures bigger and more terrific. Roman craftsmanship obtained thoughts from the Greeks, for example, making their specialty look reasonable. Theory Wanted to demonstrate the world as it truly was Wanted their thoughts to enhance individuals\' lives Main Idea 2: Roman headways in building, engineering, workmanship, and reasoning formed later developments.

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Main Idea 3: Christianity spread rapidly all through the Roman world. Roman authorities attempted to stop the development of Christianity, however they were unsuccessful. Later heads expanded their support for Christianity, and it turned into the official religion of the realm. By the 300s the greater part of Rome\'s populace was Christian. Church pioneers got to be significant figures in Roman culture.

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The Big Idea Problems from both inside and outside brought on the Roman Empire to part and the western half to crumple. Principle Ideas Many issues debilitated the Roman Empire, driving one ruler to gap it into equal parts. Brutes attacked Rome in the 300s and 400s. Numerous elements added to Rome\'s fall. Fall of the Western Roman Empire 7.1.2

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At its tallness the Roman Empire incorporated all the land around the Mediterranean Sea. The domain turned out to be too substantial to guard or represent productively. Ruler Diocletian isolated the realm to make it more sensible. Fundamental Idea 1: Many issues debilitated the Roman Empire, driving one ruler to separation it into equal parts.

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Emperors surrendered domain since they dreaded the realm had turned out to be too expansive. However new dangers to the domain were showing up. Since such a large number of individuals were required for the armed force, there was nobody left to cultivate the land. Malady and high duties debilitated Rome\'s survival. Issues in the Empire

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Emperor Diocletian partitioned the domain since it was too huge for one individual to run the show. Ruler Constantine rejoined the two parts not long after he took control. He moved the capital east, into what is presently Turkey. The new capital was called Constantinople. Control no longer lived in Rome. Division of the Empire

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Not long after Rome\'s capital moved, German savages assaulted the Roman Empire. In the late 300s, another gathering, called the Huns, attacked Europe. They were from Central Asia. The Goths fled from the Huns into Rome. They moved into western Roman domain. Extra assaults by more trespassers made the domain frail. Principle Idea 2: Barbarians attacked Rome in the 300s and 400s.

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The Huns pushed a gathering called the Goths into Rome since they had no place else to go. The Goths annihilated Rome after Rome quit paying them not to assault. The Goths sacked, or pulverized, Rome in 410. The Sacking of Rome

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The Goths\' triumph urged different gatherings to attack the western portion of the realm. The Vandals attacked Spain, crossed into northern Africa, and pulverized Roman settlements. Driven by Attila, the Huns struck the majority of the Roman domain in the east, with the exception of Rome. Attila maintained a strategic distance from Rome since he had been told ailments ran wild there. Roman sovereigns got to be frail, and military pioneers took control. They didn\'t ensure the realm, be that as it may. A Barbarian general ousted the last feeble head in Rome and named himself ruler in 476. This occasion is viewed as the end of the western Roman Empire. The Empire in Chaos

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The huge size of the realm made it difficult to oversee. Savage attacks debilitated the domain. Defilement , or the rot of individuals\' qualities, in legislative issues prompted wastefulness in government. Rewards and dangers were utilized to accomplish objectives. Affluent nationals started to leave Rome, making life more troublesome for the individuals who remained. Swelling and a debilitating economy were variables. The military utilized its energy to make and expel sovereigns. Primary Idea 3: Many elements added to Rome\'s fall.

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The Big Idea The Roman Empire split into two sections, and the Eastern Roman Empire flourished for a long time after the western realm fell. Fundamental Ideas Eastern rulers ruled from Constantinople and attempted yet neglected to rejoin the entire Roman Empire. The general population of the eastern realm made another general public that was altogether different from society in the west. Byzantine Christianity was unique in relation to religion in the west. The Byzantine Empire 7.1.3

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Justinian needed to rejoin the old Roman Empire. He vanquished Italy and much land around the Mediterranean. He analyzed Rome\'s laws and sorted out them into a lawful framework called the Justinianic Code. Expelled outdated and unchristian laws Simplified Roman law to give reasonable treatment to all He made two foes who might have run him out of Constantinople had his better half, Theodora , not persuaded him to sit tight. Theodora was keen and capable, and prompted Justinian on the best way to end the mobs. Principle Idea 1: Eastern sovereigns ruled from Constantinople and attempted however neglected to rejoin the entire Roman Empire.

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The Empire after Justinian After his demise, the eastern Roman Empire started to decrease. Later sovereigns lost all the land Justinian had picked up. In 1453, a gathering called the Ottoman Turks caught Constantinople and finished the eastern Roman Empire. The 1,000-year history of the eastern Roman Empire reached an end.

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Main Idea 2: The general population of the eastern realm made another general public that was altogether different from society in the west How the eastern domain contrasted from the western realm The general public was known as the Byzantine Empire. Individuals concentrated on Greek, not Latin. They exchanged with and were affected by different societies. Sovereigns had more power and were thought to be picked by God. They had both political and religious power.

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Christianity was vital to both the East and the West. Places of worship and mosaics , or pictures made with bits of shaded stone or glass, mirrored their commitment to God. Individuals in the East and West started to translate components of Christianity in an unexpected way. Eastern clerics could get hitched, yet Western ministers proved unable. Religious administrations were performed in Greek in the East and in Latin in the West. The East split far from the West and framed the Eastern Orthodox Church. Fundamental Idea 3: Byzantine Christianity was unique in relation to religion in the west.

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