Topic: Seven Wonders of the Medieval World Specific Purpose: In today’s society culture is being lost to technology and money each of the seven wonders is an attribute to a culture, and this is why people should to know it. Thesis Statement: Seven Medieval wonders of the world are structural representations of the cultures that built them. Attention gain material: There are more than one world’s seven wonders. Credibility statement: “As the great civilizations of antiquity warped, the memory of the ancient wonders washed out and so the great minds of medieval age like their classical predecessors was fascinated by the astounding architecture people erected.” (All 2004).
Preview: I will be informing you about the seven wonders of the medieval worlds. Discussing the purposes and details of each wonders and why it is a wonder. Introduction: I love to travel, and my plan when I do start traveling is to visit the seven world wonders. As I was doing some research about the seven world wonders, there were not only seven but many assorted seven wonders like: The seven wonders of the Ancient times, seven natural wonders of the World, seven underwater wonders of the world, or the seven wonders of the medieval mind, which is the seven wonders that I have choose to visit first and talk about. The seven wonders of the medieval worlds includes the Stonehenge, the Colosseum, the Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, the Great Wall of China, the Porcelain Tower of Nanjing, the Hagia Sophia, the Leaning Tower of Pisa Transition statement: I will be telling you the purpose and details of each wonders Body: I. The Seven Wonders of the Medieval World A. Stonehenge 1. An earthwork surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones, located in Wiltshire, England. Archaeologists believe that the standing stones begin around 2200 BC, and constitute to different phases of monument. 2. Stonehenge was basically an earthwork that went through many phases and sub-phases that many...
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