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Medieval Tournaments - 1 views

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    Good website for tournaments.
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Romulus and Remus - 0 views

  • decided to found a city where the wolf had found them
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      That's a pretty good idea.  -Kanrry
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    Legend of Ancient Rome.
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Alexander the Great [ushistory.org] - 1 views

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  • without the benefit of modern technology
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      That's pretty impressive!
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Quotes About Impact (86 quotes) - 0 views

  • “If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.” ― Martin Luther
  • “No one knows for certain how much impact they have on the lives of other people. Oftentimes, we have no clue. Yet we push it just the same.” ― Jay Asher, Thirteen Reasons Why
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    Quotes about impact.
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Difference Between Direct and Representative Democracy | Difference Between | Direct vs... - 0 views

  • citizens propose, decide, and change Constitutional laws; initiate referendums; and choose and remove public officials who are not effectively doing their jobs.
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    Very useful source that explains difference between direct and represen. Democracy.
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Greek Government - Ancient History Encyclopedia - 0 views

  • fundamental questions as who should rule and how?
  • t is possible to piece together a more complete history,
  • Surviving, though, are over 150 political speeches and 20,000 inscriptions which include 500 decrees and 10 laws.
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Ancient Greece - 1 views

  • of ideas, concepts, and art to provide the foundation of what we call “western civilization”. However, the two previous millennia that lead to these ancient eras, as well as the other two millennia that succeeded them are all part of the history of Greece and have left just as rich a cultural footprint on the land.
  • The ancient Greek dialects are influential even to this day with much Greek vocabulary embedded in the Modern Greek and English languages.
  • The much-celebrated Renaissance was guided in large part by the re-discovery of the ancient Greek ideas through text and art, which were hitherto suppressed by the belief in the absolute authority of the supernatural power and the church.
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  • Herodotus (484 – 425 BCE) is considered the Father of History, as he was the first who attempted to record events and human actions for the sole purpose of preserving them for future generations.
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    Ancient Greece webpage.
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