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    Question 24 Justinian is considered to be the last Roman Emperor to speak Latin as a first language. What does this fact imply about the changes in the Roman Empire at that time? A. The Western Empire had lost most of its political, religious, and economic power. B. The conquests of Justinian had succeeded in making the Romans allies of the Byzantines. C. The Eastern Empire had been influenced by the linguistic changes taking place in “barbarian” lands. D. The empire of Justinian rejected the concept of a single Roman Empire. The image below is from the Spanish city of Cordoba. Use the image to answer the following question: Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the existence of this type of art in Spain today? A. The Western Roman Empire was entirely Islamic. B. Spanish Christians rejected Islamic influence. C. At one point Spain was part of the Islamic world. D. Christianity was outlawed in Spain.

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    The image depicts John VII rubbing out an image of Jesus with a sponge attached to a pole. Use the image to answer the following question: Public Domain Based on this image, what can be deduced about the artist's attitude toward John VII? The artist is ridiculing John VII by comparing him to the soldiers who taunted Jesus. The artist is celebrating John VII as a man who cleansed the establishment in the Eastern Church. The artist is ridiculing John VII as a man who supports military solutions to religious problems. The artist is celebrating John VII as a man who supports the proper use of icons.

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    @Captain_Page_Turner Please help me

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    The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: © 2012 The Exploration Company Which of the following is not true of the Byzantine Empire at its height? It controlled most of the Western European coast. It controlled land bordering the Red Sea. It controlled most of the land bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It controlled most of the North African coast.

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    24) I'd likely go with (A) that the Western Empire had lost most of its political, religious, and economic power. Under Justinian I, the Byzantines actually went out and reconquered a great number of those lands that the Western Roman Empire had lost. For the next question, there's no attachment for Cordoba? But I'd guess that the answer would be (C) at one point Spain was part of the Islamic world. That's absolutely true. It was part of the Umayyad caliphate (though it wasn't called Spain back then) and remained in Islamic hands until the Reconquista eventually drove the Muslim armies out centuries later. For John VII, that's that Patriarch of Constantinople who was a known iconoclast (one who is against icons). From what I've been able to read up on the piece, he's being ridiculed in this drawing -- so the first choice is probably the best one. As for the map question on the Byzantine empire's control of the Mediterranean, it controlled some of the land bordering the Red Sea, much of that which surrounded the Mediterranean, and North Africa. But the option that specifically points to Western European coasts can probably be contested -- you can see it for yourself when you look at the southern coasts of what would become France and the western coast of Spain as huge gaps in the Byzantine's control there.

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