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Compare and contrast economic policies adopted by Alexander II (1855-81) and Alexander III (1881-94)
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...Alexander II and Alexander III who were in charged on the Russian government from 1851-1881 and 1881-1894 respectively. The government of each of these rulers affected the Russian economy in different ways. This essay studies the economic history of the country in these eras by comparing and contrasting the regimes of Alexander II and Alexander III. Alexander II came to power in 1851 after the death of Tsar Nicholas I. The new Tsar Alexander II had great intentions and hope for change when he took power of Russia. The Russian society was facing a heap of troubles at the time related to social injustice and high... In the 19th century the largest country in the world, Russia, was ruled by two emperors d...
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Alexander pharaoh of egypt
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...Alexander Pharaoh of Egypt Alexander III of Macedon was born to Olympias of Epirus, who was his mother and Philip II of Macedon. He was born on 20th or 21th July in the year 356 BC in Macedonia at a place known as Pella and died on date 10 or 11th June in the year 323 BC in Babylon. He died at the age of thirty-two. Moreover, in history, he was well recognized as Alexander the Great. At twenty years old, Alexander succeeded Philip II, who was his father to the throne. The Majority of his time as a leader, Alexander spent it on a ground breaking military operation through northeast Africa...
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Alexander the Great
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...Alexander the Great conquest affected all the territories. Introduction The word ‘great’ did not attribute all the rulers but a few who actuallydeserved the title. Alexander III (356- 323 B.C.) was the great ruler who deserved the term very well. Beginning as the king of Macedonia, he became a great emperor at his thirties and his territory stretched from the Ionian Sea to India. He is considered to be the conqueror of the largest empire in the ancient history. Alexander has to his credit being tutored by the great philosopher Aristotle. “ During their three years together at Mieza, Aristotle taught him ethics and his own views on politics and on the geography of Asia, and perhaps some... in...
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Alexander the Great
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...Alexander the Great is considered as one of the supreme military genius and prodigy in the history of all time. Alexander III of the Macedon was famously known as the Alexander the Great, who helped to change the ancient world more than a decade. Alexander was born in the capital of Macedonia in 365 BC. Alexander the Great Was the Son of the King of Macedonia, Philip II, the famous philosopher educated Alexander. The king of Macedonia, Philip II was assassinated in 336 BC. Alexander inherited the kingdom which was powerful but yet volatile. Alexander the Great defeated the enemies which were at home and then reasserted the power of Macedonian within the Greece Empire. Alexander... then...
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Alexander the Great: Conquest of Persia
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...Alexander the Great: conquest of Persia Contents Contents Introduction 2 Discussion 3 Conclusion 8 Bibliography 9 Introduction ALEXANDROS PHILIPPOU MAKEDONON lived in the time period of 356-323 B.C. In comparison with any other conqueror of the world, Alexander III deserves to be called the great. Although Alexander died at the age of thirty three, still Alexander was able to conquer almost the entire world which changed the face of the history forever. During the first half of the fourth century B.C., the Greek cities and the states remained mostly autonomous. As almost all the states focused upon their...
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Alexander I - Reformer or Autocrat
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...Alexander I descended in his dictatorship with reference to liberal and freethinking reforms, and thus, he has been comprehensively come under the consideration as one of the leading, dominant, and most persuasive tsars in the history of Russia and the world25. References Books, LLC. 2010. Russian Emperors: Nicholas Ii of Russia, Alexander Ii of Russia, Peter I of Russia, Alexander Iii of Russia, Alexander I of Russia. General Books LLC. Chapman, Tim. 2001. Imperial Russia, 1801-1905. Routledge. Dziewanowski, M. K. 1990. Alexander I: Russia's mysterious tsar. Hippocrene Books. Hartley,...
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An analysis on Alexander the Great's effect on government in Ancient Greece
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...Alexander the Great's Effect on Government in Ancient Greece: The Lion and the Fox Alexander III of Macedonia, or Alexander the Great, is known for his fierceness and intelligence as a war general and his strategic beliefs and practices as an emperor. Under his leadership and driven by his belief of his divine mission to incessantly expand his kingdom, he is the first to reach and conquer Greece, Egypt, Asia Minor, and western India. But aside from being a skilled war strategist, Alexander also showed distinctive competence as an emperor of diverse cultures and ethnicities. He has not planned well ahead in keeping his empire stable and united after his death, but during his life, he... ...
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Alexander Hamilton
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...Alexander Hamilton I. Introduction In this section, the major areas of analysis with regard to the life of Alexander Hamilton are introduced. His crucial role as a Founding Father of the nation, economist, political philosopher, and most importantly the first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury is presented as a general introduction to him as well as the research paper. II. Early Life: A. Family This section deals with the early life of Alexander Hamilton concerning his family and parents. B. B. Living Area The living are of Alexander Hamilton’s early life is introduced. III. Education and Work An introduction and analysis of the education and work of Alexander Hamilton is taken... ?Outline of the paper on...
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Alexander The Great
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...III. Alexander defeated the Persians killing many of the soldiers and the survivors were taken as slaved and to forced labour in Macedonia. Conquering the City of Gordium Alexander led his campaigns south across the Asia Minor after the defeat of the Greeks and Persian, the Greek coastal cities offered some... Ancient Greece Alexander 111 was the king of Macedon whom he succeed his father Philip11who had conquered many states. Also known as Alexander the great this was attributed by his military capability and at the age of thirty he was regarded as the powerful king of that time because he has created the largest empire which was as large from Mediterranean Sea up to Himalaya. He had successfully...
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Alexander The Great as a Military Leader
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...Alexander began to move towards the south and met the Persian army led by Darius III. This took place at Issus, in northeastern Syria. The battle was fought with a huge army from Darius' end. His army ended up losing the battle and Darius fled, leaving... ALEXANDER THE GREAT R.Preeti 13/7/2008 When one contemplates about conquests and reigns, the first image that strikes us, is that of Alexander The Great. The epithet attached to him itself speaks volumes about the sheer greatness of Alexander, the King of Macedonia, who went on to conquer most of the most known to Ancient Greeks. Alexander was born in 356 B.C. at P...
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Alexander the Great & His Glorious Battles
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...Alexander not opted out a friendly attitude with the people of Persia, his political and military pursuits might have been very daunting to achieve. ? Glorious Battles Alexander started his winning crusade in the spring of 334 BC to defeat Persia. His army formed of all generals from Macedonia won the battle and captured the coastline of Asia Minor but amid war Alexander did not forget to pay his reverence on the grave of Achilles, his everlasting model. ? In the battle of Issus, the Macedonian army defeated the Persian army led by King Darius III in 333 BC. Darius accepted defeat at the hands of Alexander who declared himself the king of Asia. From Asia, Alexander marched... Full Alexander the Great &...
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Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1922
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...III was Graham’s last venture of the flying tetrahedral kite (Smithsonian Institution Fitzgerald, 1903). Alexander Graham Bell kept... Alexander Graham Bell Affiliation Introduction Alexander Graham Bell is a globally renowned personality that made notable contributions in various spheres of science, mathematics and society in general. In this regard, the contemporary world owes its advances in communication due to his greatest invention of all time, the telephone. He is equally famous for other innovative inventions that made a positive impact in the world. In this regard, the subsequent sections will delve into an intricate elaboration of his early life, education, contributions to various fields of...
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The Human Experience
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...Alexander the Great into His Physician Philippos”. It depicts how highly strong-willed Alexander III of Macedon was the time he lay on his deathbed, struggling against malaria. To what human experience does the work relate? How is that human experience meaningful to your life?  Such piece of art particularly relates to the medical issues I am inevitably confronted with at present in the midst of my desire and endeavor to pursue a degree in the field of education. Sickness has become a significant part of my life especially when I left school in 2009 due to cancer which had truly turned my life around upon... with enthusiasm as I venture to proceed with my studies in a manner of learning via...
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What lessons could the Tsars government have learnt from 1891-1892 but have not
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...Alexander III and Nicholas II moved from the individualistic aspect to the social aspect. Based on a long Russian history, they noted the inadequacies that the mode of governance in Russia presented. Having noted the challenges that the government and the public faced in every aspect of the Russian society, they worked... Tsars Government The social, economic, religious, and political settings of different societiesacross the globe have been diverse and dynamic since time immemorial. Towards the end of the 19th century, the Tsars government plunged into social, economic, and political crisis that resulted from a hard-hitting famine (Simms 237). The Russian population was at the receiving, while the...
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How Was Alexander The Great as a Leader
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...III. Conclusion Without question, Alexander’s leadership is extraordinary which explains why he is touted to be “Alexander the Great”. The greatness of his leadership is both a product of training and birth. As a young man, he was brought up as a Macedonian royalty because his parents were the King (Philip II) and Queen (Olympias) of Macedonia. This could explain his self-confidence as a leader that he even thought that he was a descendant of the gods. His noble birth was also put to good use because instead of indulging in privilege and wanton ways, his family used its resources to train... How Was Alexander the Great as a Leader? I. Introduction Alexander the Great was able to conquer all the known...
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Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1922
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...III was Graham’s last venture of the flying tetrahedral kite (Smithsonian Institution Fitzgerald, 1903). Alexander Graham Bell kept on working in science and technology, as well as in the research area. He contributed a lot in development of different research centers, where he put his efforts in educating people and fostering research capabilities to innovate. He died on August 2, 1922... Alexander Graham Bell Affiliation There are some well-known s who have revolutionized the world with their breakthrough inventions and discoveries. Today’s development in information technology and infrastructure are the result of the efforts of such revolutionaries. These are the people who have spent their lives in...
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The life of Pope Alexander VI (1492-1503)
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...Alexander VI The Early Life Pope Alexander VI was born in the year 1431 in Jativa near Valencia and died in 18th august, 1503, his original name being Rodrigo Borgia in Rome. He was to born to Jofre Lancol and Isabella Borja, sister to Cardinal Alfonso Borja, later pope Callixtus III. Rodrigo had not yet defined his profession until his uncle rose to papacy and Robrigo was immediately adopted into the Callixtus family and was known to the Italians as Rodrigo Borgio (Gwynne 30) His uncle then sent him to study law in the University of Bologna. At the age of 25, (1456) he was made cardinal deacon of St. Nicole in Carcere Where he served until 1471 and became cardinal bishop... of portal and...
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William Henry III
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...III, in the effort to promote the egalitarian doctrine - that all people should be treated as equals, we forget "the simple fact that some people are better than others, smarter, harder working, more learned, more productive, harder to replace. Some ideas are better than others, some values more enduring, some works of art more universal. Some cultures, though we dare not say it, are more accomplished than others and therefore more... Introduction Men should be treated as equals. But are they really equal People are different, but are they all equal And if I say people are not equal, does this mean I find other people to be inferior, the same way Hitler found the Jews According to William A. Henry III,...
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Compare tsarist foreign policy in the period 1801-1854 with the period 1856-1914. How and why did tsarist foreign policy change
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...Alexander II and Alexander III from the dynasty of Romanov between 1856 and 1914. These rulers encountered different challenges despite personal qualities they acquired from their upbringing. The main objectives for change of tsarist foreign policy during this period comprised five main features. First, Russia is regarded superpowers and enjoys the prestige of holding the position. Second, the states’ realist and neorealist had an influence through the central power as the tsarist foreign policy designed a different manner of the major paradigm. The technicalities... Tsarist Foreign Policy in 1801-1854 and 1856-1914. The Tsarist Empire, also known as the Russian Empire differed distinctly from the USSR,...
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Individual vs Circumstance
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...Alexander III. At the university young Ulyanov established links with the revolutionary-minded students, but then he was arrested for active participation in student gathering in December 1887 and later he was expelled from the University of Kazan and exiled to the village of Kokushkino, where he lived under the secret police surveillance spending his time on self-education. So Lenin’s personality was formed under the constant influence of his willpower and he built his identity in constant agony with himself, life conflicts and people. What distinguished him from others was his compulsion to become himself an exemplar and to create... Individuals vs. Circumstance: how is history made? From my point of...
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Part B:How significant was the role of individuals in the making of modern Russia in the years 1854 to 1964
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...Alexander III. Alexander III was responsible for a freeze on any political reform, which held back political modernization in Russia. However, he was instrumental in various economic developments, even though, this can also be attributed to the high nationalist sentiments in the country following defeat to the Ottomans in the Crimean War (Tolz 55). His Finance Minister, Sergei Witte, also played an important role in the development of Russian modernism. Under Sergei, the Russian government built the Trans-Siberian railway line and instituted the gold standard in order to strengthen Russia’s financial markets. He was also important in encouraging foreigners... The Role of Individuals in the Making of...
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The Russo-Japanese War. Japans Coming of Age
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...Alexander III) however; his wife, Princess Alexandra, the grand-daughter of Queen Victoria, was a royal as any European. She had a strong influence on Nicholas and had no desire to change the favorable autocratic royal system of governance. Nicholas was prone to feelings of passion; yet, he was remained... The Russo-Japanese War Japan's Coming of Age Often cited as the second mechanized war, several facts are irrefutable. This war was fought by twopowers that had expansionist plans, the tactics to fight the war were new and the outcome of the war was not as either side desired or the world expected. Both powers, Russia and Japan, desired to increase their "sphere of influence" within the Asian cont...
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Anton Chekhov
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...Alexander II was assassinated and his son, Alexander III assumed power. The new Tsar closed Russia and from the threat of cultural infiltration from foreigners... One of a legacies can be found in the style by which his masterpieces are written. In the case of Anton Chekhov, he successfully exhibited this in one of his short story masterpieces, The Betrothed. For Chekhov, literature is "called artistic when it depicts life as it actually is.... A writer should be as objective as a chemist (Anton Chekhov 1860-1904)." This philosophy became the great writer's guideline in writing a short story. In the case of "The Betrothed," Chekhov's last short story, the story was written in a very objective light, le...
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Anim and Cyberpunk: Armitage III & Animatrix
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...III & Animatrix Introduction Technology is increasingly becoming part of humanity. Latest developments in technology have proved that humans are capable of doing things that were once considered impossible. Although technology is beneficial to development, our identity is facing a crisis. It is evident that such crisis will soon reshape our relationship and attitude towards technology. Human identity is the idea that defines the nature and purpose of humanity. Although technology is a scientific field, artistic fields usually have the first encounter with technology (Bostrom 225). Cyborg is a science-fiction terminology used to describe cybermetic beings. Cyborgs... ?Anime and Cyberpunk: Armitage III &...
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Write on anything related to European history from the Ancient World up through the Reformation
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...Alexander the Great. Alexander III was famously known as the Alexander the Great2. He was one of the most military geniuses that the world has ever produced. This Macedonia based military genius taught the whole Greek people about the modern war fare. Like the other Greek people the genius was highly inspired by the divine ambition. The king rewrote the history of the Greece with his indomitable spirit and hunger for leadership. He has significant contribution as far as the ancient Greece history and its reforms are concerned. He tried to conquer the world and with every single endeavor had increased the significance and the prosperity of the ancient... European history The history of the ancient Greece...
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Does Robert Bruce deserve to be remembered as a great Scottish king
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...Alexander III in the year 1286. Alexander III left Margaret, his grandchild as the heir who was the King of Norway’s infant daughter. The English King Edward wanted to force his northern neighbors into full subjugation, thus coming up with the idea of getting Margaret married to his son as a desire perfected at a treaty that was sealed at Birgham. According to the terms of the treaty, Scotland was supposed to be considered as an independent and separate kingdom without any... ?Robert Bruce: The Greatest Hero of Scotland Introduction Robert Bruce is the of the most famous king ever in Scotland. Robert Bruce belongs to the era when England was ruled by Edward I, Edward II, and Edward III. Robert Bruce was...
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Architecture: Notre Dame de Paris
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...Alexander III had to lay down the foundation stone of the church. However, Pope Alexander III and Sully were both present during the ceremony of laying down the foundation stone. Moreover, Bishop Sully further went on to devote his wealth and most of his life to the construction of Notre Dame Cathedral’s church. Construction of the choir was undertaken during the year 1163 up to around the year 1177 and the newly High Altar however was constructed in the year 1182(Marcel 55). However, Bishop Sullys died in the year 1196; his successor, known as Eudes had to oversee the transepts completion. He pressed ahead with the nave... History and Architecture Design of Notre Dame De Paris Introduction The Notre...
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Alexander Fleming
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...Alexander Fleming Alyssa Martinez ID: 8316 Science Biogrphy Pearblossom Private School May 3, Sir Alexander Fleming was born at Lochfield close to Darvel in Ayrshire, Scotland on August 6th, 1881. Fleming passed with distinction in 1906 and started research at St. Marys under the tutelage of Sir Almroth Wright, a pioneer in vaccination. At St Marys Hospital Medical School, he exceeded expectations, rapidly demonstrating his manual expertise and creativeness; to such an extent that for some time it looked as though a future in surgery efforts until he was attracted to the microorganisms hunting and helpful research work. The revelation and advancement of penicillin altered the whole... Biography of...
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Life and work of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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...Alexander III who awarded him a lifetime annuity... ? Life and Work of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Iiyich was a Russian composer who was born in Kamsko-Votkinsk on 7 May 1840 and later died in St. Petersburg on 6 November 1893. He composed several works such as symphonies, concertos, operas, ballets, chamber music and was among the most popular theatrical music in the classical repertoire. He was the first Russian composer who made significant influence internationally as well as making numerous appearances as a guest conductor such as at the inaugural concert of Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1891. Tchaikovsky’s work was recognized and honored b y very great people such as Emperor...
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Joseph Stalin Politics
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...Alexander III. (Kuromiya 3, 4) Stalin was an excellent student; he became a good choir singer and started to write poetry. At 16, he was awarded a scholarship to the Orthodox seminary of Tiflix. (Service 32) There he became... Joseph Stalin Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was a soviet politician and Bolshevik revolutionary. He held the of first General Secretary of theCommunist Party of the Soviet Unions Central Committee, which made him the most powerful political figure in the USSR. Born 20 December (December 6 by the old style) 1878 in Gori in the Tiflis Governorate of the Russian empire, Stalin was of Georgian descent. At birth, his name was Ioseb Besarionisdze Jughashvili. His father, Besarion Jughash...
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Joseph Stalin Dzhugashvili
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...Alexander III. (Kuromiya 3, 4) Stalin was an excellent student; he became a good choir singer and started to write poetry. At 16, he was awarded a scholarship to the Orthodox seminary of Tiflix. (Service 32) There he became... ?Joseph Stalin Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was a soviet politician and Bolshevik revolutionary. He held the of first General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee, which made him the most powerful political figure in the USSR. Born 20 December (December 6 by the old style) 1878 in Gori in the Tiflis Governorate of the Russian empire, Stalin was of Georgian descent. At birth, his name was Ioseb Besarionisdze Jughashvili. His father, Besarion...
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'Short and harsh'. Is this a fair description of life for the majority of 'ordinary' rural Scots between 1300 and 1500
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...Alexander III in 1286 and the death of James IV in 1513 created struggles within Scotland for power and even allowed the neighbouring countries to look at Scotland as an easy target for acquisition... Life for the Ordinary Scots: 1300 to 1500 Short and harsh. Is this a fair of life for the majority of ordinary rural Scots between 1300 and 1500? Introduction The simplest answer to the question above is yes. However, the simple answer comes with an explanation which connects deeply with the social conditions that were present for Europe in general and the historical situation that developed in Scotland with regard to the wars and the social order of the times (Boardman, 2006). While the crusades changed t...
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Alexander Hamilton
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...Alexander Hamilton Recognized as one of the Founding Fathers of the United s of America (US), Alexander Hamilton was a primary contributor to the drafting of the Constitution (Burt). He was born on January 11, 1757 in Nevis, British West Indies. Although orphaned and left destitute at the age of twelve, Hamilton went to the North American Colonies in 1771 where he pursued his studies at King's College ("Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia"). During the American Revolution, Hamilton served as captain of artillery. Being noticed by George Washington, he was assigned as Washington's secretary and aide-de-camp ("Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia"). He became well-known for his contribution... Alexander...
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POPE, ALEXANDER
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...Alexander Pope (1688 – 1744) is one of the best admired in the history of English literature. Unlike Shakespeare who was strictly a poet and a playwright, Pope balanced his writing with more formal notions drawn from educated circles. These were forces in his society, that were not open to him because he was a Catholic and considered an outsider. However, one of the more messages of Pope's criticism, is that literary genres are not fixed and static, rather, they intertwine and mix with others. Shakespeare might have been writing with 'tragedy' as a form, but his knowledge of Julius Ceasar, all of the King Henry's or King Richards, was unquestionably informed by the genre...
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What were the main features of Russian economic backwardness
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...Alexander III reforms detailed increasing educational opportunities; intensifying Russification, and heralding economic reforms to modernize Russia. However, Alexander could not articulate a concise vision for Russia’s development. Indeed, his government manifested inability or unwillingness to establish a concise line of economic policy and then align with it. Tsarist ministers response to the challenge of ‘modernization’ in the quarter of a century detailed policies directed at modernizing the Russian economy comprising of government becoming more active in developing the economy... ? Introduction The backwardness model details a theory of economic growth advanced by Alexander Gerschenkron. The model...
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How did Witte's and Pobedonostsev's visions of Russia and its path differ Could either of them have saved autocracy
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...III wiped out the idea of democracy by annexing territory of both principalities of their kingdom, ensuring that no united political power would be able to oppose their total authoritarian rule. The leader drew a firm support of the Russian Orthodox Church to legitimize an autocratic rule (MacKenzie & Curran, 2001). The people of Russia would therefore feel the effects of this rule in later years during the time of reign of both Alexander III and Nicholas II of between 1880 and 1905. Many Russians suffered due to autocratic rule at these times and later it resulted to the Russian Revolution. During the time of these two rulers, the people of Russia ran to extreme poverty due to existence... Autocracy in...
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Alexander Hamilton
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...Alexander Hamilton Alexander Hamilton was born on January 11, 1757 in the Ireland of Nevis, British West Indies. In 1772, he immigrated to the United States where he received educational training in the schools of Elizabethtown, N.J., and Columbia University, New York City- initially known as King’s College. In 1776, he joined the Continental Army in New York as a captain of artillery (Chernow, 39). On March, 1, 1777, he was selected aide-de-camp to General Washington and served in that capacity until 16th February 1781. He was a member of the Continental Congress in the years 1782, 1783, and 1788. In 1786, Hamilton was a member of the Annapolis...
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Alexander Calder
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...Alexander Calder wa born July 22, 1898, in Lawnton, Pennylvania, into a family of artit. In 1919, he received an engineering degree from teven Intitute of Technology, Hoboken. Calder attended the Art tudent League, New York, from 1923 to 1926, tudying briefly with Thoma Hart Benton and John loan, among other. A a freelance artit for the National Police Gazette in 1925, he pent two week ketching at the circu; hi facination with the ubject date from thi time. He alo made hi firt culpture in 1925; the following year he made everal contruction of animal and figure with wire and wood. Calder' firt exhibition of painting took place in 1926 at the Artit' Gallery, New York. Later... Art Art Introduction...
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Annova III
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...III In any ANOVA designs, repeated measures are used when all elements of a given random sample are analysed under varied conditions. In orderto collect the desired statistical information, the dependent variable of the sample is measured repeatedly under the different condition. In a 2 x 3 factorial design, workers of a law firm company are exposed to varying controlled diets and routine exercise to determine the impacts of diet and exercise on pulse rate. The random sample is divided is divided into categories A and B according to their dietary preference. Category A = meat eaters Category B = vegetarians Each of the two groups is divided into three classes (1, 2, and 3) and assigned... ?ANOVA III In...
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Basel III
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...III Introduction The banking crisis of 2008 has caused regulatory agencies to analyze the possible root causes of the financial meltdown. Banking crises have been affiliated with major economic disturbances and recessions. The root cause of the 2008 Great Recession may be due, in part, to the implementation of the Basel Accords to level the playing field in the international banking community. Basel I was criticized for being inadequate in its assessment of assets to risk categories because assets with different risk composition would be categorized into the same risk groups. A primary issue of the Basel II accords was the practice of securitization were banks combined risky loan assets... ?Basel III...
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World History - Empires& integration
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...Alexander III (356 – 323 B.C.), one of the greatest military geniuses of all time, quelled the Greek rebellion, subjugated the Persian Empire after the battles of Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela and extended the Macedonian Empire up to the Punjab in India. Alexander’s premature death led to conflicts of succession and his Empire was carved up among his generals into Macedonia and Greece (Antigones), Egypt (Ptolemy) and Asia (Seleucus). With the Roman victories in the Macedonian Wars and the death of the last Macedonian king Perseus at Pydna in 168 B.C., followed by the Roman victories over... World History: Empires as Forces of Integration. Throughout the ages, time and again, men and women of exceptional...
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Exam III
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...III Why is San Antonio the “Mexican American Cultural Capital”? San Antonio is located in Texas America and has in the past viewed by different scholars as one of the special cities in the history of Mexican American cultures. In spite of being such a charismatic city, San Antonio was also a tourist attraction center and more so unique in its different cultural perspectives since it was the only city across the entire United States that originally had Mexican population (Arreola, 1987). Today, it is viewed as a unique cultural image in America. Initially, the city was founded by the early visitors as a Spanish town in the early 1870s in a province then called New Spain (Arreola, 1987... III Why is San...
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Othello Act-III, Scene-III
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...III, Scene_III Scene-III of Act-III holds a great significance as the fulfilment of Iago’s evil plan to take a revenge on Othello takes place here. We see how Othello, under Iago’s influence, waters the plant of jealousy and wins the title of tragic hero because of his inner weakness, how it is further unintentionally nurtured by Desdemona’s innocent gestures, how Emilia supports her husband’s plan and finally how it leads to deadly consequences. Through this scene Shakespeare presents that trust and love are sacred feelings but when the seed of jealously and suspicions is sown in a loving heart, the person starts analysing things from a wrong perspective. The person gets blind to all... ?Othello...
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Comparisons for Motivations and Perceptions towards Empire in Rome, China (Qin/Han), and Greece (Athens and Alexander)
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...Alexander the Great but they turned to Rome when Antiochus III conquered most of Asia Minor and invaded European Greece. Greece state was enthusiastic to intercede because the council deemed it significant in keeping European Greece a defense zone against the Macedonian powers. The Athens, Rhodes and also Pergamum offered considerable support to the Romans when they decided to force Antiochus from Greece after some Greek polities went... Lecturer: World History Final Paper Comparisons for Motivations and Perceptions towards Empire in Rome, China (Qin/Han), and Greece (Athens and Alexander) More than one-half of the human species for the past decades were restricted within two political systems, one of...
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Why would Basel III be Effective on Hedging Against Financial Risks and another Potential Financial Crisis
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...Alexander. "From Basel II to Basel III: history and issues." 28 June 2010. Societe Generale. 17 March 2011 . 17. The Economist. "The banks battle back." 27 May 2010. The Economist. 17 March 2011 . 18. Varotto, Dr. Simone. "Liquidity, Credit Risk, Market Risk and Bank Capital." International Journal of Managerial Finance 7.2 (2011): 157-162. 19. Wearden, Graeme. "Basel III rules will force banks to hold more capital." 12 September 2010. Guardian. 17 March 2011 .... Overview Basel II was launched in order to make the financial system more risk sensitive and to improve the capabilities of the financial s to actually improve their robustness and ability to cope with the extreme situations....
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Why would Basel III be Effective on Hedging Against Financial Risks and another Potential Financial Crisis
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...III." 14 Feburary 2011. OECD. 17 March 2011 . 14. Standard & Poors. "Basel III For Global Banks: Third Time's The Charm?" 4 March 2010. Standard & Poors. 17 March 2011 . 15. Standard & Poors, "The Basel III Leverage Ratio Is A Raw Measure, But Could Supplement Risk-Based Capital Metrics." 15 April 2010. Standard & Poors. 17 March 2011 . 16. Summerfield, Alexander... ?Overview Basel II was launched in order to make the financial system more risk sensitive and to improve the capabilities of the financial s to actually improve their robustness and ability to cope with the extreme situations. However, the current economic crisis has put a big question mark over the ability of the Basel II...
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Leprosy in the Middle Ages
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...Alexander III, the Third Lateran Council (1179) issued a decree that urged the segregation of lepers by building separate chapels for them and burying them in separate cemeteries. The statutes of St. Julian’s ruled that people with leprosy ought “in their conduct as in their garb, to bear themselves as more despised and as more... ? Leprosy in the Middle Ages. Leprosy, or Hansen’s disease, is an extremely debilitating disease which has been prevalent since ancient times. In the Middle Ages, leprosy was a serious problem which elicited unique social and medical responses. The most common attitude toward leprosy was ostracism, rising from the fear that leprosy was a highly contagious disease. In addition...
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Thomas becket
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...Alexander III in 1173. His tomb became... of the Thomas Becket Thomas Becket, also known as Saint Thomas of Canterbury, Thomas a Becket, Thomas of London was the Archbishop of Canterbury, appointed in 1162 and served till 1771 when he was murdered. The Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church honor him as a martyr and a saint. His death in the Cathedral is one of the most famous events in the history of England and, after he was canonized, he became most important of English saints with millions of pilgrims taking journeys to the Canterbury Cathedral to visit his shrine. Thomas was born December 21st, 1118 or 1120 in the family of a wealthy and prosperous merchant, a citizen of London – Gilbert...
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Alexander of Macedon
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...Alexander of Macedon Alexander of Macedon Introduction After assuming the charge as King of Macedon in 336BC, Alexander persisted with his father’s plan on to capture Persia. In this connection, the first battle Alexander came across as head commandant was at the Granicus River. He was met by some 40,000 Persian infantry plus cavalry. In a surprise attack, Alexander commanded his men to cross the river at dawn and attack the Persians which led to their defeat. In this particular battle we see Alexander’s decision as commander result in victory for the Greeks and also the respect of his men...
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Alexander the great
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...Alexander the Great The great kings of the past have undoubtedly shaped our past, present and our future. Some haveconquered a few empires and spent their lives contributing to the development of their kingdoms, while others have extended their power so much that their names have resounded throughout the years and their names have taken their place in the stars forever. Alexander the Great is one of those names. In my opinion, he is among the greatest and most supreme king that has ever reigned on Earth. Yes, he has had a lot of mistakes and flaws, but his greatness and magnificence shown in his dozen years of power seem to overtake and supersede it. Within his lifetime... Jerry Ciacho September 30,...
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