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What was the Byzantine Empire's most lasting contribution to the world's architecture?
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User: How did Sultan Mehmet II adopt new technological advances in his siege of Constantinople?

User: What was the Byzantine Empire's most lasting contribution to the world's architecture?

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During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims refrain from eating. Which of the five pillars of Islam does this practice represent? User: What caused the decline of the byzantine empire User: Which was a major cause of the 11th-century schism between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church?
Weegy: hi your ans is Orthodox are Catholics, dear. Just Eastern rite and not Roman rite. There is some difference theologically, although in the RITE there is. That is the ceremony; and some smaller details such as celibacy, and leadership. [ The Eastern Christians spoke Greek where the Western Christians spoke Latin. Where the Eastern Church's administration was governed by a group of bishops (i.e., Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem) which shared a common language and cultural background, the Western Church's administration was governed by a single bishop: the bishop of Rome. All these factors led to some basic theological differences between the Orthodox Church of the East and West. Unfortunately, by the eleventh century A.D. the differences between East and West became great enough to cause a separation of the One Holy Orthodox Catholic Church. The Eastern Church became known as the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Western Church became know as the Roman Catholic Church, for it was governed and administered by the bishop or Pope of Rome. Again it must be emphasized that there were many factors besides theological ones which led to the schism of the one Christian Church. have a nice time bye... ] (More)
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