Justinian for President (by hokiehyder11)

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Justinian for President (by hokiehyder11)

JUSTINIAN FOR PRESIDENT

Byzantine Rule: 527-565 ADUnited States President: 2012-2020

Cyrillic:Some of the same alphabet letters as ours.instead of two sounds for one letter, all letters have one distinct sound.letters that sound similar in some ways also look the samedeveloped by justinian31 cyrillic letters

Theodora (Justinian's Wife) Used to be a poor girl. One Justinian met her, he fell instantly in love. Once he became emporer, he immediately made her his co-empress. Theodora helped to strengthen the rights of women in many ways. These include having the chance to recieve an education, protection of their rights by law in regard to property, divorce rights, and children, passing laws prohibiting forced prostitution, and created laws to allow women to own and inherit property

Education:Education in the Byzantine Empire was not an every-day event. Usually the smarter and richer your family was, the better quality schooling you recieved. Children in Byzantium usually studied a combination of Christian Beliefs and Greek Philosophy (Plato, Aristotle, etc.)If elected president, he can help bring america to a better education oriented country

Terretories he conquered:-Entire Italian peninsula-Portions of Gaul and Spain-Numerous Islands of the Mediterranean-Gibraltar-North Africa (Carthage).

Preservation of Roman Law (Code of Justinian):• Justinian created a law code based on laws of the Western Roman Empire. He named this code the Code of Justinian.• The code follows three basic principles:• Live honestly• Injure no one• Give every man his due• Massive collection of laws passed by roman assemblies or decreed by roman emperors as well as writings by roman judges and a student handbook• By the 1100s, the Code of Justinian spread to Western Europe where monarchs developed laws based on the principles of Justinian’s Code which helped to strengthen and rebuild the western empire• The code has also become a basis for which many laws today are based upon.• One of the most common laws of the Code of Justinian is a justice law which states• “The accused is innocent until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.

Art and Architecture:Hagia Sophia:--532-537 AD--Hagia Sophia is a great architectural beauty and an important monument both for Byzantine and for Ottoman Empires. Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum at the Turkish Republic, Hagia Sophia has always been the precious of its time.--The grand dome of the Hagia Sophia, an impressive technical feat for its time, is often thought to symbolize the infinity of the cosmos signified by the Holy Soul to which the church was dedicated. It took five years to reconstruct the dome after it collapsed in an earthquake in 557. The new dome, which is taller and braced with forty ribs, was partially rebuilt after damage in the 859 and 989 earthquakes.Mosaic:--With the rise of the Byzantine Empire from the 5th century onwards, centred on Byzantium (now Istanbul, Turkey), the art form took on new characteristics. These included Eastern influences in style and the use of special glass tesserae called smalti, manufactured in northern Italy. These were made from thick sheets of coloured glass. Smalti have a rough surface and contain tiny air bubbles. They are sometimes backed with reflective silver or gold leaf.--mosaics are a large part to the design of the Haiga Sophia.


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