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Nate Merrill

The Aztecs - Mighty Warriors of Mexico - 4 views

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    EDSITEment
Nate Merrill

Maya Legends - 4 views

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    "links to Maya myths and traditional stories "
    (Folklore, Myths, and Traditional Mayan Indian Stories)
Nate Merrill

Mayan Folktales - 3 views

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    "Mayan Folktales"
Nate Merrill

Ancient Greece - 9 views

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    History, mythology, art, war, culture, society, and architecture.
Nate Merrill

Educational Materials | 1001 Inventions - 12 views

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    Muslim Heritage in our World Resources
Mark Pilson

CyArk - 13 views

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    CyArk is a foundation that creates a 3D digital archive of the World's Heritage Sites for preservation and education.
Ed Webb

Culture Evolves Slowly, Falls Apart Quickly | Wired Science | Wired.com - 8 views

  • “just as evolutionary biologists use phylogenetic trees constructed using genetic data to test evolutionary hypotheses, anthropologists have recently begun to use cultural phylogenetics to test hypotheses about human social and cultural evolution,”
  • Political complexity indeed grew slowly, bit by bit, with no sudden jumps from bands to chiefdoms or tribes to states.

    “Political evolution, like biological evolution, tends to proceed through small steps rather than through major jumps in ‘design space,’” wrote Mace and Currie.

    However, purely forward-marching models didn’t fit the data. There was evidence of societies marching backwards as well, and this didn’t follow the same step-by-step path. Societies could collapse.

Justen Eason

YouTube - Cartoon Gold Rush Daze - 8 views

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    Cartoon about the California Gold Rush 1849
David Hilton

Primary Source - 11 views

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    Has primary source sets on the histories of different cultures.
David Hilton

Queensland Historical Atlas - 4 views

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    A historical atlas focusing on Queensland history. I'm into historical atlases at the moment.
HistoryGrl14 .

The Week in Rap - 14 views

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    funny take on current events - might be a good way to start a current events discussion - or research on current events...tease 'em first!
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    Great for the start of a lesson! Cheers.
David Hilton

Local History Online - online information resource for researching local history in Vic... - 3 views

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    Has a few links useful for the social and cultural history of Victoria and Australia more generally.
David Hilton

Internet Global History Sourcebook - 7 views

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    I'm still looking for quality source sites relating to indigenous history and although this site is still under construction it looks like it will be a valuable contribution. Blessed be Paul Halsall and his History Sourcebooks project, the bane of textbook tyranny everywhere!
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