Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ

Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
Constantinople and Emperor Justinian DBQ
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This assignment contains 8 primary source documents covering Constantinople and Emperor Justinian.

The sources includes; (1.) “Constantine Founds Constantinople, 324 CE,” Sozomen, c. 450 CE (2.) Map of Constantinople (3.) “Travels in Asia and Africa, 1325-1354,” Ibn Battuta (4.)“The Byzantine Economy,” Cecile Morrisson, Cambrige University Press, 2007 (5.) Buildings by Procopius, 557 CE (6.) Buildings by Procopius, 557 CE (7.) The Justinian Code, Book 1: of Persons. Section VIII: Slaves. 529 to 565 (8.) The Justinian Code, Book 2: of Things. Section I: Division of Things. 529 to 565 CE.

Each document has (1-4) questions each to assess student understanding, with a total of 21 questions, and one open ended question at the end.

Two open ended questions; (1.) Using evidence from the documents above, write a paragraph discussing why Constantinople’s location was beneficial to the Byzantine Empire. (2.) Did Emperor Justinian revive the Roman Empire or create an entirely new culture centered around Constantinople?
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