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Asia
Blue Mosque
Bosporus Strait
Byzantium
Constantinople
crossroad
Culture
Earthquakes
earthquakes
Europe
Grand Bazaar
growth
Hagia Sophia
Istanbul
Middle East
Muslim Turks
ottomans
Trade

Byzantine Empire Word Search

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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

Istanbul Bridging East & West Word Search

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Description

Anatolian Fault
Mediterranean
Aegean
Marmara
Black
Sea
Turkey
Constantinople
Byzantium
Asia
Europe
Grand Bazaar
Hagia Sophia
Bosporus
Istanbul
sprawls
mosque
strait

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

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

Byzantine Empire Word Search

Type
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Description

Sultan
Black Death
Ottomans
Crusades
Icons
Jerusalem
Jihad
Muslim
Islam
Pilgrimage
Quran
Muhammad
Arabian Peninsula
Heraclius
Balkan Peninsula
mercenaries
Hagia Sofia
Nika Revolt
Theodora
hippodromes
Justinian I
barbarian
doctine
Council of Nicaea
orthodox
deity
Edict of Milan
apostles
Constantinople
Byzantium
LEO
Mecca
Medina

The World of Islam Word Search

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Description

ABBASID DYNASTY
ARABESQUE
ARABIAN PENINSULA
BAGHDAD
BAZAAR
BEDOUIN
CALIPH
CASPIAN SEA
COMMENTARY
CORDOBA
DOWRY
ERODED
FATIMIDS
FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM
GRANADA
HAJJ
HIJRAH
IVN RUSHD
JIHAD
KHADIJA
MADINAH
MAKKAH
MONGOLS
MOROCCO
MOSQUE
MUEZZIN
MUHAMMAD
MUSLIMS
QURAN
REVELATIONS
SELIJUK TURKS
SHARI'AH
SHEIKH
SUBMISSION
SULTAN
SUNNI

Age Of Exploration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Estalished school for geogropher, astronomers, and map makers Prince Henry
Explored South East tip of Africa Bartolomeu Dias
Found an all water to asia Vasco de game
Theory if he traveled west across the ocean he wil find a faster route to Asia Christopher Columbus
What Country funded Christopher Columbus Spain
Island east cost of the America West Indies
Who figured out that Columbus found a new land Amerigo Vespucci
What did he name the continent America
Who went around the world Ferdinand Magellan
Disadvantages of Columbus Exploration Disease
Multiple people to to divide the investment, profit and risk Joint-stock
Where did the Dutch have control of asia Indonesia
What were the goods the Dutch were intrested to Spicies
What did the Dutch build in cit they controlled Trading outpost
What affected the Ottoman Empire during the 16 century Trade routes
Force people to nuy a permit to trade Cartaz Strategy
why did the Portuguese not create colonies in the indian ocean region Empires
Main reason that the Ottoman Empire didn't sell to the West Europeans Religion

Ottoman Empire Word Search

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Description

Caliph
Debt
Egypt
Industrialization
Islam
Janissaries
Modernizing
Ottoman Empire
Reforms
Secular
Selim
Sick man of Europe
Sultan
Tanzimat
Ulama
Western Culture
Young Ottomans
Young Turks

ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION Word Search

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Description

TAJMAHAL
MAMUN
AKBAR
MOGULS
OTTOMAN
BAGHDAD
ABBASIDS
SUFIS
DAMASCUS
UMAYYAD
MADINAH
KAABA
MAKKAH
ALLAH
CALIPH
MOSQUE
SULTRAN
SHIITE
SHEIKH
CRIER
BAZAAR
CARAVAN
SUNNI
OASIS
MINARETS
MUHAMMAD
QURAN
TIMBUKTU
ISLAM
MUSLIM

Muslim Empires TANVI T Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

warriors for Islam ghazi
centered in Constantinople, the Turkish imperial state ottoman
"one with power" title for ottoman rulers sultan
uses huge cannons to conquer constantinople mehmed
the magnificent,lawgiver suleyman
member of an elite force of soldiers janissary
a Persian title that mean "king" shah
safavid capital esfahan
religious tyrant, expanded Safavid empire Ismail
helped create the Safavid culture shah Abbas
Shi'ite Muslim dynasty Safavid
Muslim state dominion over India mughal
in Istanbul and is the largest mosque in the ottoman empire Mosque of Suleiman
founder of mughal dynasty babur
belief system blends with Hindu and Islam traditions Sikh
taj mahal was made by shah jahan
grandson of babur, expanded the empire akbar
European city captured by Suleiman in 1521 Belgrade
Safavid and Ottoman declined because of poor leadership
beautiful handwriting calligraphy
greatest way to show blending of culture architecture