- 1 How was the turkish adoption of culture?
- 2 What did the Turks political and cultural preference for the Persians cause?
- 3 What cultural factors separated the Byzantine empire?
- 4 Which of the following did Yaroslav the Wise accomplish as the leader of Kiev?
- 5 Who destroyed the Ottoman Empire?
- 6 What is the main culture of Turkey?
- 7 What was a major contribution of the Byzantine Empire?
- 8 What main demands did the Mongols make on their Russian subjects?
- 9 What is Constantinople called today?
- 10 Which best explains why Constantinople did not fall until 1453?
- 11 What caused the fall of the Byzantine?
- 12 Why was Kiev son called Yaroslav the Wise?
- 13 What enabled Mongols to invade Kiev?
- 14 Did Ukraine invade Scandinavia?
How was the turkish adoption of culture?
The Turks adopted Persian as the language of culture and adopted features of the Persian way of life that they so admired. The Turks and the Russians were in need of outer support, so they adopted a separate culture to build off of, but they both ended up using that adopted culture as their primary culture.
What did the Turks political and cultural preference for the Persians cause?
Which of the following was the body of civil law created for the Byzantine Empire? effective legal codes. The Turks’ political and cultural preference for the Persians caused. the almost complete disappearance of the Arabic language from Persia.
What cultural factors separated the Byzantine empire?
What cultural factors separated the Byzantine empire from Western Europe? Terrible illness caused many deaths which weekend the empire, many enemies attacked the empire, started to shrink, only included capital city and lands in the Balkans.
Which of the following did Yaroslav the Wise accomplish as the leader of Kiev?
During his reign he was known for spreading Christianity to the people of Rus’, founding the first monasteries in the country, encouraging foreign alliances, and translating Greek texts in Church Slavonic. He also created some of the first legal codes in Kievan Rus’.
Who destroyed the Ottoman Empire?
The Turks fought fiercely and successfully defended the Gallipoli Peninsula against a massive Allied invasion in 1915-1916, but by 1918 defeat by invading British and Russian forces and an Arab revolt had combined to destroy the Ottoman economy and devastate its land, leaving some six million people dead and millions
What is the main culture of Turkey?
Turkey has a very diverse culture that is a blend of various elements of the Oğuz Turkic and Anatolian, Ottoman (which was itself a continuation of both Greco-Roman and Islamic cultures), and Western culture and traditions which started with the Westernization of the Ottoman Empire and continues today.
What was a major contribution of the Byzantine Empire?
The Byzantium Empire was the creation of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the spread of Christianity throughout Europe. However, the most important contribution to the world was the fact that the Byzantium Empire was able to preserve a lot of the knowledge and culture from the Roman and Greek Empires.
What main demands did the Mongols make on their Russian subjects?
310 Chapter 11 The Mongols demanded just two things from Russians: absolute obedience and massive amounts of tribute, or payments.
What is Constantinople called today?
In 1453 A.D., the Byzantine Empire fell to the Turks. Today, Constantinople is called Istanbul, and it is the largest city in Turkey.
Which best explains why Constantinople did not fall until 1453?
Which best explains why Constantinople did not fall until 1453? The city was well protected and repelled attacks by invaders.
What caused the fall of the Byzantine?
The Byzantine Empire fell in 1453. The immediate cause of its fall was pressure by the Ottoman Turks. The Ottomans had been fighting the Byzantines for over 100 years by this time. In 1454, Constantinople finally fell to them and their conquest of the Byzantine Empire was complete.
Why was Kiev son called Yaroslav the Wise?
Power struggles between siblings. Leaving aside the legitimacy of Yaroslav’s claims to the Kievan throne and his postulated guilt in the murder of his brothers, Nestor the Chronicler and later Ukrainian historians often presented him as a model of virtue, styling him “the Wise”.
What enabled Mongols to invade Kiev?
What enabled the Mongols to invade Kiev? Russian rulers were not strong enough to reunify Kiev. Byzantine Empire. He oversaw advances during a peak in the Empire’s history.
The Rus Invasion of Scandinavia is a military operation led by Prince Oleg of Kiev along with his ally Ivar the Boneless to capture Scandinavia and most especially Norway.