Type
Crossword
Description

Body of Roman civil law, collected and organized by Emperor Justinian Justinian Code
Church in Constantinople, built by Justinian, currently a mosque Hagia Sophia
A principal bishop in the eastern branch of Christianity Patriarch
A religious image used by eastern Christians Icon
A split between the eastern and western branches of Christianity Schism
An alphabet for the writing of Slavic languages Cyrillic
People from the forests north of the Black Sea. Ancestors of many eastern Europeans today Slavs
A landowning noble of Russia Boyars
Russian leader responsible for helping to spread Christianity in Russia Vladimer
Created new legal code in Russia, Vladimer's son Yaroslav
Challenge Mongol rule and took title of Czar Ivan III
Russian Emperor Czar
Turkish group who migrated to the Abbasid Empire, would later establish their own empire Seljuks
A prime minister in the Muslim kingdom or empire Vizier
Mongol leader, led the Mongols in the early 1200s Genghis Khan
A group of European invaders from present day Hungary Magyar

The Byzantine Empire and Russia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The capital of the Byzantine empire. constantinople
The emperor that codified a law code in the Byzantine Empire. Justinian
_________ and Roman traditions were preserved in the Byzantine Empire. Greek
These were popular religious images in Byzantine Churches. Icons
This is a domed church that was built in Constantinople. Hagia Sophia
The religion practiced in the Byzantine Empire became known as Greek ___________ Christianity orthodox
The language that remained in the Byzantine Empire was not Latin but _______ greek
The split between the Eastern Church and the Western Church was called The Great schism
The seat of the Western Church was in the city of _____ Rome
This is the language used during church services in the Western Church. Latin
This position is the head of the Western Church with religious authority. pope
This was the alphabet adopted by Slavic languages based on the Greek alphabet. cyrillic
What Byzantine historian wrote "Secret History" procopius
Russian word for caesar czar
She was the wife of the emperor Justinian. Theodora
This is the first city-state formed in Russia by Prince Vladimir Kiev
This is the Russian Prince that Christianized Russia Vladimir
A staple of Byzantine art, these were pictures created by using small pieces of rock or glass to form a picture. mosaics
When the Turks conquered Constantinople, they renamed the city this istanbul
This is the title of the highest church official in the Eastern Orthodox Church. patriarch
The name of the Mongol group that invaded Russia and ruled for over 2 centuries golden horde

Byzantine Russia & Turks Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Powerful ruler of Byzantine Empire Justinian
Body of Roman law collected & organized by Justinian around 534 CE Justinian Code
Church destroyed by mobs of rioters in 532 CE & rebuilt by Justinian Hagia Sophia
Leader of the eastern Christian church Patriarch
Religious image used in practices by eastern Christians Icon
Formal declaration that someone is no longer a member of the Church Excommunication
Alphabet invented by Saints Cyril & Methodius, in which most Slavic languages, including Russian, are written Cyrillic Alphabet
People from the forest north of the Black Sea Slavs
Moscow prince who led rebellion against Mongol rule Ivan 3rd
Russian emperor Czar
Wood or metal blocks , each with a single character, that can be arranged to make up a page for printing Movable Type
Powerful upper class Gentry
Person who herds tamed animals Pastoralist
Large group of people related to a common ancestor Clan
Leader who brought together the Mongol clans Genghis Khan
“Mongol Peace,” a period from mid-1200s CE to mid-1300s CE when Mongols imposed order across much of Eurasia Pax Mongolica
Mongol leaders & Chinese emperors Kublai Khan
Japan’s earliest religion, based on respect for nature & worship of ancestors Shinto
Japanese warrior who served a lord Samurai
Code that Samurai lives by - “the way of the warrior” Bushido
Highest military commander in feudal Japan, ruling in the name of the emperor Shogun
Empire that rules what is now Cambodia Khmer Empire
Temple complex in the Khmer Empire Angkor Wat
Turkish group that migrated into the Abbasid Empire in the 10th century CE & later established their own empire Seljuks
High officials in some Muslim countries Vizier

Age of Napoleon, 1789-1799 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

EASTERN EUROPE
CENTRAL EUROPE
PARIS
WATERLOO
GREAT BRITAIN
RUSSIA
PRUSSIA
AUSTRIA
LEGISATION
ROMAN LAWS
JUSTINIAN
ITALY
MILITARY
FRENCH ARMIES
ENGLAND
CONSUL
POWER
FEUDALISM
RELIGIOUS
POLICIES
EMPIRE
NOPOLEONIC CODE
CIVIL CODE
CORSICA
NATIONAL BANK
GOVERNMENT
CONSTITUTION
STRENGTHENING
NAPOLEONIC
CODE
CONGRESS
REVOLUTION
EMPEROR
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
VIENNA

Byzantine Empire Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The capital of the Byzantine Empire. Constantinople
The "new caesar." Justinian
Set of laws created by Justinian. Justinian Code
A stadium for chariot races and where acts were performed. Hippodrome
The wife of Justinian. Theodora
The alphabet derived from the greek alphabet and used for writing slavic languages. Cyrillic Alphabet
The act of taking someone away from Church Excommunication
The religion mostly practiced during the Byzantine Empire Christianity
A country that emerged as a result of a blending of the slavic and greek traditions. Russia
The group of people in southeastern Europe who were the same ethnic group as the Russians. Slavs
The people who have been mentioned as early as the records of the Tang Empire who lived as nomads in northern Eurasia Mongols
A Mongolian general and emperor of the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, known for his military leadership and great cruelty. Genghis Khan

Vocab Chapter 10 "Rome's Decline and Legacy" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Roman emperor who made Christianity one of the empire's legar religions Constantine
local church leaders withn the Roman Catholic Church bishops
bishop of rome and the most important bishop in the Roman Catholic Church pope
Christian church based in Rome Roman Catholic Church
statement of beliefs Creed
union of three divine beings-Father, Son (Jesus), and holy spirit- in one God Trinity
non-Jewish people Gentiles
soldier for hire mercenary
Roman emperor who restored older to the empire and divided it into eastern and western parts Diocletian
someone who was primitive and uncivilized barbarian
to loot, or to take things by force plunder
founder of a Frankish kingdom in the former Roman province of Gaul Clovis
term describing people who make a living by herding animals and moving from place to place as the seasons change nomadic
eastern half of the Roman Empire that survived for a thousand years after the fall of Rome Byzantine Empire
leader who has total power absolute ruler
emperor who expanded the Byzantine Empire Justinian
uniform code of law based on Roman law Justinian Code
branch of Christianity that developed in the Eastern Roman Empire Eastern Orthodox Church
people chosen to speak and act for others delegates
Christian church based in Rome Roman Catholic Church

Byzantine Magazine crosswords of the week

Type
Crossword
Description

who was the ruler during the byzantine empire constantine the great
what kind of instruments do they use violins
what background are they from greek
a religious used by eastern christians icon
a landowning owner of russia boyars
a prime minister in the muslim kingdom or empire vizier
russian emperor czar
created new legal code in Russia (vladimers son) yaroslav
an alphabet for the writing of slavic languages cyrillic
people from the forests north of the Black Sea. Ancestors of many eastern eouropeans today slavs
highest church official patriarch
site where contantionople was founded byzantium
most famous emporer of the byzantines justinian
led a group of legal scholars tribonian
popular sporting event chariot races
prominent church built-"holy wisdom" hagia sophia
colorful pictures made from little peices of glass or stone mosaic
general who helped justinian conquer lands in the west belasarius
founded constantinople around 330 AD Constantine
study of religion theology
a chemical weapon used by the byzantines greek fire

Byzantine Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The city of Constantinople was the capital of Byzantine Empire
Blend of Ancient _____ & Roman traditions Greece
Crossroads of ________ Trade
In the early 1000s the head of the Christian church in Constantinople, called the Patriarch
Greek & Roman knoledge and history was stored in Byzantine Libraries
Which of the 2 churches had a pope? Western Roman Catholic
Mosaics were usually made of small colored glass, painted material, or Painted material
Through ______ diffusion the Slavs picked up Byzantine cultural
What did the Russians create that we use today? Cyrillic Alphabet
People lived in Constantinople because of protection of the eastern Frontier
What did expanding trade cause Byzantine Empire to be? Rich
St. Cyril and his brother created what book? Bible
What became accepted in the west that they practiced? Cellbacy
What church was built by Justinian for Christian Eastern Orthodox? Hagia Sophia

Byzantine Empire Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Flammable substance used by Byzantine empire to attack Arabs Greek Fire
Justinian's Code, laws that were rewritten so they could be understood better and 529 (2 years into his rule) Corpus Juris
Textbooks for people that are studying the law Institutes
Latin word for New Laws Novellae
Uncodified (multiple documents) where judges have more power Common Law
Codified (single documents) where judges have less power Civil Law
A religious art/figure representing a religious belief Icon
People who think that icons shouldn't be used in the church Iconoclast
Head of the Roman Catholic Church Pope
Banishment from the church Excommunication
A stadium used for horse and chariot racing and public entertainment complex Hippodrome
The division of the church that spilt into two Great Schism
triangular support system for the dome of the Hagia Sophia Pendentives
the harbor of Constantinople that is North of the city Golden Horn
one of Justinian's most important military commanders Belisarius
Byzantine historian who wrote Secret History Procopius
head of Justinian's legal scholars who helped make Justinian's code Tribonian
Most important church built by Justinian Hagia Sophia
When the Blues and the Greens revolted against Justinian Nika Rebellion
reconquered lost lands and created catapult Emperor Basil
Byzantine emperor who banned the use of icons Emperor Leo III
Invaded the Byzantine Empire and took over Ottoman Turks
Viking leader who settled into Kiev Oleg
Trade city in southern Russia established by Scandinavian traders Kiev
the wife of Justinian Theodora

Byzantine Empire Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Arab Muslims
Byzantine
Constantinople
Divergence
Doctrine
Eastern Orthodox
Emperor
Greek Influence
Invasions
Islamic Culture
Justinian Code
Justinian I
Latin Services
Marriage
New rome
Ottoman Turks
Patriarch
Plague
Pope
Priest
Roman Catholic
Schism
Theodora
Trade Center
Western Church

Roman Empire Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Historian who wrote "The History of Rome" Livy
Wrote the Epic Poem "The Aeneid" Virgil
Doctor who studied anatomy Galen
Astronomer who mapped over 1,000 different stars Ptolemy
Strong emperor of the Byzantine Empire Justinian
Justinian's wife who championed greater rights for women Theodora
Romans borrowed ideas in art & architecture from the... Greeks
Romans began to _______________ when coins rapidly devalued Barter
Roman builders were the first to use this strong building material Concrete
The Roman Empire officially ended when ______________ removed Romulus Augustulus from power in 476 A.D. Odoacer
Religious center of the Byzantine Empire? Hagia Sofia
Leader of the Byzantine Church Patriarch
Capital of the Byzantine Empire (Modern-day Istanbul) Constantinople
When money decreases in value and the costs of goods rise Inflation
Emperor who divided the Empire in two parts Theodsius
Emperor who moved the capital of the Roman Empire to Byzantium and renamed it after himself Constantine
Someone who stands in for a ruler who is too young or ill to rule Regent
Era of peace and prosperity in Rome that lasted for 200 years PaxRomana
Pictures made from tiny pieces of colored glass Mosaics
Roman engineering innovation which brought water from far away sources to cities Aquaducts
Roman philosophy that encouraged people to live in a practical way Stoicism
Political changes that are aimed at making improvements Reforms
Romans believed in many gods. We call this belief system... Polytheism
Romes first Emperor Augustus
Name of the Byzantine area that rivaled the Roman Colusseum Hippodrome