Chapt 12 Lesson 3

Constantine moved the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to the Greek city of Byzantium.

Constantinoples location was a major factor in The city's success.

Justinian ruled the Byzantine empire at the height of its power.

Justinian ruled from A.D. 527 until 565. Many historians view Justinian as the greatest Byzantine emperor.

Mosaics: mofits or images created by an arrangement of colored glass or stone.

Saints: people considered holy by followers of the Christian faith.

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