Textbook link for The Byzantine and Muslim Empires
The Byzantine Empire is the term conventionally used to describe
the Greek-speaking Roman Empire during the Middle Ages, centred
at its capital in Constantinople. In certain specific contexts,
usually referring to the time before the fall of the Western
Roman Empire, it is also often referred to as the Eastern Roman
Empire. There is no consensus on the starting date of the
The empire experiences military and territorial revival.
Byzantine scholars record and preserve many valuable ancient
Greek and Roman texts. ...
A Brief History of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantine Timeline-Fall of Rome to 1453, fall of Constantinople.
A country of time 4minutes, 25 seconds.
Istanbul, view of modern city from wings of dove.
Hagia Sophia 7 min (Justinian, Cathedral-semi pagan, Semi-Christian)
Grand Bazaar of Istanbul (5 min)
Hagia Sophia. Sacred places to see.
Spice bazaar; where land and water meet. Trade is key.
Islam Calligraphy (sound is not too good on this)
The Empress Theodora, Justinian’s wife.
Roman and Byzantine Empires; the beginnings of Islam. Check out Islamic World to 1600 interactive site.
Istanbul not Constantinople Karaoke-They Might Be Giants
Istanbul not Constantinople Karaoke-Mona Lisa Movie version
1001 Nights Arabian Nights-Disney cartoon
1001 Nights Arabian Nights -Chipz video