Justinian and charlemagne were both great rulers they both tried expanding their empires, but only charlemagne succeeded charlemagne gained central europe and italy justinian tried recapturing lost territories in the east, but had to abandon his efforts due to threats on the west they also made addition to government. The byzantine empire, sometimes known as the eastern roman empire, was the predominantly greek-speaking continuation of the eastern half of the roman empire during late antiquity and the middle ages. - charlemagne, or charles the great, king of the franks charlemagne, or charles the great, king of the franks (742-814), was a strong leader who unified western europe through military power and the blessing of the church. Justinian's policy was a centralized government one god, one empire, one religion his attempt to regain control of western roman empire was partial and temporary charlemagne governed through counts. Charlemagne and the vision of a christian empire written by: by even though both the theodosianus and the breviarium codes were later superseded by the justinian code in 528 ad, it was apparently ignored by charlemagne altogether it is important to compare these men, if only to contrast their goals charlemagne possessed the.
Emperor justinian and the byzantine empire charlemagne died in ad 814, leaving a vast empire that spanned from modern france to poland the carolingian empire weakened after the death of charlemagne the empire was divided into three parts, ruled by charlemagne's grandsons. What was the importance of the justinian code the justinian code was important as it simplified and streamlined centuries of existing roman laws and justinian's own laws and into one system four sections made up the code, and these were the codex constitutionum, digesta, institutiones and the. It could be argued that the distinction between the holy roman empire based in what is now france, germany, and italy and that of the byzantine empire in constantinople began when charlemagne was crowned emperor by pope leo iii in 800. Emperor justinian • tried to rebuild the roman empire: justinian re-extended the empire's boundaries to southern spain, the italian peninsula and north africa 7 political and administrative systems basileus governed the church and the state • administrative system: civil servants (organized bureaucracy.
The byzantine empire, often called the eastern roman empire or simply byzantium, existed from 330 to 1453 cewith its capital founded at constantinople by constantine i (r 306-337 ce), the empire varied in size over the centuries, at one time or another, possessing territories located in italy, greece, the balkans, levant, asia minor, and north africa. Compare and contrast essay tips english 101 a compare and contrast essay is about comparing and contrasting the differences and similarities to make a point compare = how are they alike contrast = how they are different clearly establish the basis of the comparison and/or contrast. The western roman empire was the western part of the roman empire which, later, became known as the holy roman empire charlemagne of the franks was proclaimed western roman emperor in 800 ce by pope leo iii and entrusted with the charge of protecting and perpetuating the christian message empire of justinian i.
Pope leo iii made charlemagne emperor of the romans in the year 800 economic and societal factors that led to the power and prestige of the byzantine empire under justinian (notes, textbook) 1 describe the importance of the justinian code compare and contrast the similarities and differences between information from various sources on. Charlemagne (742/743–814) has been represented as the sponsor or even creator of medieval education, and the carolingian renaissance has been represented as the renewal of western culture this renaissance, however, built on earlier episcopal and monastic developments, and, although charlemagne did. The style that characterized byzantine art was almost entirely concerned with religious expression specifically with the translation of church theology into artistic terms byzantine architecture and painting (little sculpture was produced during the byzantine era) remained uniform and anonymous.
This work shows the same political theme as the mosaic portrait of justinian from san vitale sample essay questions 51 compare and contrast the art patronage of charlemagne and otto iii compare and contrast the utrecht psalter with the lectionary of henry ii. Metope of the battle of a lapith and centaur from the parthenon, 447-432 bce one of the most popular stories in early greek art is the conflict between the lapiths and the half-human, half-horse creatures from thessaly. Compare and contrast examples from justinian’s code to examples from the united states discuss why justinian’s codification of roman law is considered one of his greatest successes evaluate whether justinian’s code is truly just and its effectiveness compared to other means of maintaining order.
Justinian (527–565) the first great byzantine emperor major achievement was codifying rome’s ancient laws and commentaries corpus juris civilis became official body of law of byzantine empire and then western europe. The byzantine empire was both similar and different from the previous roman empire, and its greatest ruler, justinian, made it his main ambition to regain the lost territory, and power of rome the empire of byzantium was the only classical empire to survive the erratically difficult period of time some 500 years after the turn of the millennium. Justinian vs charlemagne forum read and understand chapter 8 watch video the dark ages (on moodle site) review the images of the hagia sophia (on moodle site) read the greed and immorality of a byzantine emperor pdf (on moodle site) read life of charlemagne pdf (on moodle site) please remember to follow mla guidelines when submitting your response.