• Education vs Strategic
    composer, he is hopeless". And during his career, he lost his hearing yet he managed to produce great music - a deaf man composing music, ironic isn't! Thomas Edison who developed many devices which greatly influenced life in the 20th century. Edison is considered one of the most prolific inventors in...
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  • Hum1
    16th Century ❖ Mannerism Period ( came from the Italian word ‘maniera’ which means ‘style’ ( started 1520-1600 ← artistic movement/ also represents Renaissance art going out ← point of view: emotional & distorted (elongated human figures) ← its style represents the human form...
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  • History of Cricket
    History of cricket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia We're celebrating Wikipedia's 10th anniversary. Want to join? Read more History of cricket From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The game of cricket has a known history spanning from the 16th century to the...
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  • Religion
    Protestant Reformation In the 16th century the Protestant Reformation divided the Roman Catholic Church. This reform was led by Martin Luther whose original intentions were to reform the church, but resulted in a split between Protestant and Catholic. Soon the Protestant Church itself divided...
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  • Ecosystem
    the two that were contained inside the capsule were Niccolo di Bernardo dei Machiavelli and Sir Thomas More. One of the four greatest transforming movements of European history occurred in the 15th and 16th centuries. This impulse by which the medieval society of scholasticism, feudalism, and...
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  • King Lear - Tragedy Through Transformation
    King Lear – Tragedy Through Transformation The Elizabethan Age of late 16th century England is considered to be the golden era of Britain, as it was the segue between the struggles of the Catholic and Protestant extremists in early 16th century, and the clashes of parliament and the monarchy of...
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  • Shunning in Modern America
    . Sexual acts and misconduct have often drawn some of the worst ire from society due to the stigma of sex in most society. This sort of misconduct has been causing shunning since the early 16th century. In the case of Vince Shlomi, it was a sexual and violent misdeed that defaced his fame. Shlomi...
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  • Jewish Sexual Ethics Essay Question
    public, or by not covering their arms whilst spinning wool. However, during the 16th century, this view of domestic violence greatly changes as it was not considered unacceptable for a woman to be beaten. Whilst this change has improved the status for women, the laws still dictate that no one is...
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  • Rodin
    * Integrated interior space that flows into one another * Strechiness of the pointed arches link all parts of the interior * Forest of columns, windows take place on walls, structure seems to be held up by nothing Chartres 13th Century * Flying buttresses is important allowing for...
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  • Juliet
    , this is the 16th century, where your average lifespan might not be more then thirty-five years or so, therefore, a marriage at fourteen isn't as strange as it seems. At the play’s beginning Juliet seems merely an obedient, sheltered, naïve child. Though the play takes place only in the span of four...
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  • Compare Contrast in a Dolls House and Othello
    “Outcomes of Sublimation” In A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen and Othello by William Shakespeare women were treated as victims of their era due to male dominance. Women in the 16th, 18th and 19th centuries were considered inferior to man. They would tackle tasks such as taking care of the...
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  • Victors and Vanquished Report
    of Tenochtitlan gave these people immaculate security from outside forces and gave them great political power over surrounding areas. In the beginning of the 16th century, the Mexica power had become very fragile because of rebels, enemies, and other continuous threats. Also prior to the Spanish...
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  • Chapter 27 Study Guide
    to continue the family line – male line of descent • Had to perform acts of subservience as a bride • Women could not get divorces Population Growth and Economic Development  China mostly agricultural society  Used all available land  Grew rice, wheat, and millet  Mid 17th century the...
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  • DINE
    in most pueblos. They wove in the kiva, or ceremonial room, a cramped space that inspired the invention of the upright loom. The arrival of the Spaniards and their Churro sheep in the 16th century led to a change from cotton to wool as weaving material for the Pueblo Indians as well as the Navajos...
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  • Mona Lisa
    genius and known as the 'Renaissance man'. The mastery of the painting lies in its subtle detail, including the faint smile, and Mona Lisa's distinctive gaze. Mona Lisa is a 16th-century portrait originally painted in oil on a poplar panel. Oil painting is the process of painting...
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  • Renaissance
    by the 16th century, its influence was felt in literature, philosophy, art, music, politics, science, religion, and other aspects of intellectual inquiry. Renaissance scholars employed the humanist method in study, and searched for realism and human emotion in art.[15] Renaissance humanists such as...
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  • how did Portugal Got rich
    River, by 1252. In the 15th and early 16th centuries Portugal created a large overseas empire. A period of Spanish control (1580-1640) contributed to the subsequent decline of Portugal’s influence and commercial prosperity. A republic from 1910 Portugal was under dictatorial government from the late...
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  • The Scientific Enlightenment
    could be more freely explored. New Mathematics
 Arabic numbers, introduced in the Renaissance, came increasingly into use in the 16th century. Francois Vieta introduced signs for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in 1603. This became standardized so all mathematicians...
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  • From Indio to Filipino
    Mindanao, and established the Sultanate of Maguindanao. By the 16th century, Islam had spread to other parts of the Visayas and Luzon. THE EXPANSION OF ISLAM The Islamic center in Marawi City. During the reign of Sultan Bolkiah in 1485 to 1521, the Sultanate of Brunei decided to break the Dynasty...
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  • Tecnology
    , man must have made the simple tools with which to form these simple inventions. The first inventions of man were made from the materials of nature, wood which he broke from trees, bone and hide which remained from the animals he ate, stone which lay all about him, vines which grew in the forest...
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