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					By Josh Myers
Mrs. Herrmann
   Period 6
   Born in 406 AD
   Didn't trust his people for
    advice, so sought out
    alliances with other
    Germanic tribes                            Attila the Hun
   Conquered most of Italy.
   His death still remains
    unknown; either of
    natural causes or his wife
    killed him on their
    wedding knight
                                  Attila and his wife
   Ruled from 527-565 AD
   Stressed unity
    throughout the Empire
   Built many builds to       Emperor Justinian
    encourage growth
   Focused on establishing
    an Empire from where
    they were

                              Hagai Sophia:
                              finished in 537
   Their hierarchical
    government was
    dominated by an
    aristocracy. Which meant
    different laws and
    punishment for different
    social classes
   Women had few rights
   Survived until 1453 when
    they were conquered by     Map of Byzantine Empire
    the Turks
   Was used by government
    to “unite” their people
   Was given a lot of power
    of the people of the
    empire.
   The Iconoclast Movement
    occurred during this time
    period, which was started
    to end the worship of       * Example of worshiped
    statues, paintings, etc.      paintings
   Invaded Europe around
                                Hun Warrior
    300 AD
   Were a migratory people,
    which means they moved
    around a lot.
   A very savage group of
    people.
   Very supersticious
   Not much written
    information has ever been
    found about them.

				
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