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History of Astrology

History of Astrology

History of Astrology. Brianna Bieker. Ancient Beginnings. Neanderthals Didn’t have astrology Couldn’t predict when to hunt certain animals. Early Cavemen Learned when to hunt based on sky and weather patterns Early concept of astrology dictated when to hunt, fish, plant and celebrate

By jana
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Critical Issues in Education

Critical Issues in Education

Critical Issues in Education. Course Notes Charlie Skipper Fall, 2005. Friday, Class 1. Plan of Action Introductions and Housekeeping Syllabus Review Create the Presentation Teams Paige Emerich – Technology and the Writing Process at EA Review Charlie’s Questions/Add Others

By benjamin
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Human Geography of Southwest Asia: Religion, Politics, and Oil

Human Geography of Southwest Asia: Religion, Politics, and Oil

Human Geography of Southwest Asia: Religion, Politics, and Oil The rise of major religions thousands of years ago and the discovery of oil in the past century have drastically shaped life in Southwest Asia. An offshore oil rig in the United Arab Emirates. NEXT

By andrew
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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Visual Arts Literature Thinking and Learning Faces of History: Thomas Aquinas

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Visual Arts Literature Thinking and Learning Faces of History: Thomas Aquinas

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Visual Arts Literature Thinking and Learning Faces of History: Thomas Aquinas Art and Culture of the Middle Ages Art and Culture of the Middle Ages Main Idea

By johana
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Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600)

Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600)

Rural Areas Nobility Peasants/Serfs Towns/Cities Size Industry Population Drops Why? Food Pestilence Key Terms Feudalism Vassal/Knight Fief Guild System Black Death Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600) Traits of Feudalism (Social/Economic System of Middle Ages)

By Jimmy
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Roman Sculpture

Roman Sculpture

Roman Sculpture Is there such a thing as a Roman style of sculpture? Romans have reputation as imitators- copied many Greek sculptures, vast quantities of work are adaptations and variations of Greek models

By Anita
(338 views)

St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas Kenneth L. Deutsch Life and Times St. Thomas Aquinas (1224-1274) Aquinas came from a noble family from Naples. He joined the Dominican order against his family’s wishes

By daniel_millan
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Life in Medieval Towns

Life in Medieval Towns

Life in Medieval Towns. Introduction. At the start of the Middle Ages, most people lived on Manors in the countryside. By 12 th century, towns were growing up around castles, monasteries, and along trade routes. Most medieval towns were surrounded by: Thick stone walls

By HarrisCezar
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Torah and Tradition

Torah and Tradition

Torah and Tradition. Medieval Sephardic Judaism. Who are the Sephardic Jews?. The otherwise unknown Sepharad (Obadiah 20) were eventually identified midrashically with Spain (owing to the slight similarity in consonants). Hence, the Sephardim are, technically speaking, Spanish Jews.

By Renfred
(319 views)

Essential Questions

Essential Questions

Essential Questions. “Know and understand are not synonyms.” Wiggins and McTighe, Understanding by Design. “Understanding is always fluid, transformable into a new theory.”.

By DoraAna
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Medieval Geographers

Medieval Geographers

Medieval Geographers. Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta. Marco Polo. Born : 1254 in Venice, Italy Traveled : 1271-1295 Died : 1324. Marco Polo. Probably the most famous Westerner who traveled the Silk Road. Excelled in his determination, writing and influence.

By Olivia
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INTRODUCTION: MEDIEVAL EUROPE

INTRODUCTION: MEDIEVAL EUROPE

INTRODUCTION: MEDIEVAL EUROPE. What do we know already?. What were the Middle Ages? What time period do the Middle Ages represent? Why do we call it the Middle Ages ? Does it represent a geographical shift? What does the word Medieval mean?

By Samuel
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The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD)

The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD)

The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD). -Key Concepts-. I. Successors to Rome: “Shadows of the Empire”. A. Byzantine Empire. Greatest Emperor: Justinian (527-565 AD) Handed classical learning and science back to the west --Justinian’s Code of Laws (533) Rebuilding program in Constantinople

By albert
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American Architecture

American Architecture

American Architecture. Americká architektura. periods. Colonial New England Georgian or Palladian Federal Neo-classical Greek Revival Gothic Revival Victorian Sullivanesque Early skyscrapers – mrakodrapy Frank Lloyd Wright Art Deco Miesian Postmodern Deconstructive.

By paul2
(281 views)

Early Modern Age: King Gains Power

Early Modern Age: King Gains Power

Early Modern Age: King Gains Power. A period of profound change in Europe starting around 1500 Economic Political Religious Social Intellectual. The Nature of Change. Most of the time change occurs slowly and gradually unbeknownst to the people living during those times

By Antony
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Roman Sculpture

Roman Sculpture

Roman Sculpture. Is there such a thing as a Roman style of sculpture? Romans have reputation as imitators- copied many Greek sculptures, vast quantities of work are adaptations and variations of Greek models

By paul
(1006 views)

Women in the Middle Ages

Women in the Middle Ages

Women in the Middle Ages. Maggie Chen Daphne Su Angela Lin. The Medieval Women ---A General Picture. I. Status A. Inferior to men 1.Unmarried women → obeying fathers 2.Married women → obeying husbands B. Subject to men *Wife-beating was allowed C. Voiceless in politics

By betty_james
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The Fourteenth Century: Twilight of the Middle Ages

The Fourteenth Century: Twilight of the Middle Ages

The Fourteenth Century: Twilight of the Middle Ages. -Key Concepts-. “Signs of Change”. Catholic Church losing its authority New military weapons, tactics and strategies Growing nationalism Loosening of social hierarchy. I. The Black Death (1347-1351). Preconditions leading to the Plague

By issac
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Charlemagne and the Franks

Charlemagne and the Franks

Charlemagne and the Franks. In this lesson, students will be able to identify effects of the fall of Rome as well as the rise of Charlemagne and the Franks. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following terms: Effects of the Fall of Rome Franks Charlemagne Feudalism.

By Samuel
(206 views)

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