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by Don Nardo

Category: Geography and Cultures
Subcategory: Children
Author: Don Nardo
ISBN: 1410305864
ISBN13: 978-1410305862
Language: English
Publisher: Blackbirch Press; 1 edition (June 7, 2005)
Pages: 48
Fb2 eBook: 1690 kb
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The Byzantine Empire (Life During the Great Civilizations). Don Nardo (born February 22, 1947) is an American historian, composer, and writer. When the western part of the Roman Empire disintegrated in the fifth and sixth centuries, the eastern part survived and morphed into the Byzantine Empire. With close to four hundred and fifty published books, he is one of the most prolific authors in the United States, and one of the country's foremost writers of historical works for children and teens. Mor. rivia About The Byzantine Empire.

Don Nardo (born February 22, 1947) is an American historian, composer, and writer. With close to five hundred published books, he is one of the most prolific authors in the United States, and one of the country's foremost writers of historical works for children and teens. Don Nardo was born in Columbia, Missouri

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Home Don Nardo Ancient Persia (Life During the Great Civilizations). Ancient Persia (Life During the Great Civilizations). ISBN 10: 1567117406, ISBN 13: 9781567117400. Gr. 4-6. The Life during the Great Civilizations series focuses on such everyday matters as clothes, housing, jobs, and the social organizations of the time. The authors also look at the more sticky subjects of religion, especially in the book about the Aztecs, which deals with the topic of human sacrifice, though not in a salacious way.

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His greatest accomplishment toward this end was the revision and . During the reign of Justinian, the Empire's strength was in its more than 1500 cities. The Byzantines were also a major conduit of classical learning and science into the west down to the Renaissance.

His greatest accomplishment toward this end was the revision and codification of Roman law. Justinian understood that a strong government could not exist without good laws. Although the Romans prided themselves on their written laws, several centuries of written laws had brought nothing but confusion. The largest, with perhaps 350,000 inhabitants, was Constantinople, the cultural crossroads of east and west, north and south.

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The Great Mithridates. But that multiple panorama has greater meaning for us than through its scope and majesty: it resembles significantly, and sometimes with menacing illumination, the civilization and problems of our day. This is the advantage of studying a civilization in its total scope and life-that one may compare each stage or aspect of its career with a corresponding moment or element of our own cultural trajectory, and be warned or encouraged by the ancient aftermath of a modern phase.

When the western part of the Roman Empire disintegrated in the fifth and sixth centuries, the eastern part survived and morphed into the Byzantine Empire. The homes, family life, Greek Orthodox religious ideas and practices, and formidable military technology of the Byzantines are detailed in this vividly illustrated volume.
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