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WILL THE NEW ARCHITECTURAL ICONS CARRY THE SAME INTRINSIC ROLE IN DEFINING CITIES
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...antiquity, humans have built and constructed various different physical structures, in order to acquire shelter, as well as, fulfill the purpose of social construction. In addition, it has always been the habit of humans to design the surrounded environment in a creative manner, which has resulted in the creation of term ‘architecture’, and a broad perspective of such term has achieved by different other integrated terms of urban planning, landscape architecture, etc that are some of the most imperative aspects... Running Head: Role of New Architectural Icons in Defining Cities Role of New Architectural Icons in Defining Cities [Institute’s Role of New Architectural Icons in Defining Cities Since antiqu...
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Midterm Women in Contemporary Society; fall 2010 ***THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT ASSIGNMENT FOR MY GRADE
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...antiquity. But it would not be historically true to say that bitter debates have gone on around it or that conflicting positions have formed on its account (as occurred with other eternal problems). Strictly speaking, this combination of words was not even seen as a problem. The ancients thought, and even today people continue to think, that it is self-evident that the principal and perhaps even the only meaning of a womans existence is to serve the family, that is, to bear and raise children and to take care of her husband and the elderly. What is more... Explanation of Feminists Theory During middle of nineteenth century the American journalist Betty Freidan published her book The Feminine Mystique,...
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Visual Arts - Scuplture
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...antiquity (1100-100 BCE), which represent the Daedalic period, and were in line with chronology of Greek art covering three eras: the Archaic Greek sculpture was slow consisting mainly of trials with the Kouros being a notable sculpture of this period, Classical Greek sculpture represented the height of Greek art, with famous sculptors including: Myron, Polykleitos, Phidas, Lysippos, Praxiteles and Leochares. Hellenistic Greek sculpture is the age of widening of Greek culture. It marked the shift from classical realism to superior heroicism and expressionism. Works of art of this period include: Dying Gaul, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Laocoon and his sons and Venus De Milo. Although... Task: Sculpture ...
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Common law justice
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...antiquity. England operates under a system of common law, in which legal precedent is regarded as the way in which the law builds on itself over time as a natural or organic process. Therefore this type of law is customary and provides the basic framework for a constantly changing legal paradigm that adjusts itself to new cases and appeals, but is still based on the principles of natural law combined with principles of civil law. "Civil law rests upon justice as its foundation, and hence civil law does... LAW The sources of law in the English legal system have developed from a common law type of system. Common law justice, the definition goes back to relate nature and activity from a perspective of...
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Compare and contrast
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...antiquity? Give examples. What were Martin Luther’s anti-Jewish statements? One of the historic researches that scholars have found out is that Judaism and Christianity was once unified, but time came and they parted ways because... of competition. The anti-Jewish Christians statements about late antiquity suggest that salvation was first for the Jews but it was entrusted to them through grace. For example when Jesus Christ came into the world and was he rejected by the Jews. The anti-Jewish believed that at that point it was their opportunity to receive salvation. Martin Luther’s anti-Jewish were very caring in that he accused the catholic of being unfair to Jews and...
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The Black Diasporic discourse
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...Antiquity reminds us that modernity could not have been predicted, that Africans were not always under the heel... The Black Diasporic Dis Introduction Every period in the history of African American literature portrays its unique theme. Yet, in every period, almost all African American writers have tried to present event a quick look into the diverse and rich histories of African Americans. The initial phase of the journey of the African diaspora in the United States was defined by the popularity of the slave narrative, which kept on thriving and influencing African American literature even after the abolition of the institution of slavery. Over hundreds of years, millions of Africans were dispersed...
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Hospice Care
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...antiquity. The modern hospice care program has its origin in the mid-1960s in the founding of St Christopher's Hospice in England. The hospice movement has been significant development in health care industry as it has provided several strategies for the treatment of people who are no longer candidates for curative or rehabilitation services. "Traditions of kindness for sick and dying patients are to be found in all societies from antiquity. The beginning of the modern hospice movement is usually attributed to Dame Cicely Saunders, who founded St Christopher's Hospice in London... Hospice care Hospice care has been one of the most fundamental developments in the in the history of nursing and palliative...
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Date (phoenix dactylifera L)
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...antiquity, yet there are many records that suggest the cultivation of date palm in 4000 B.C. as the date palm was employed in the construction of the moon god’s temple in the Southern Iraq, Mesopotamia. Another proof of the antiquity of this fruit is the Nile Valley in Egypt where the date palm was adopted to symbolize a year in the Egyptian hieroglyphics whereas the frond of the date palm was used as a month’s symbol. “[This information] is confirmed by history, and corroborated by the archaeological research... (phoenix dactylifera L) Introduction The palm (Phoenix dactylifera L comes from the Palmaceae family. The tree of palm grows as tall as 23 meters with its stem marked strongly by pruned bases...
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Gods and Goddesses
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...Antiquity: On Religion and History of Religion," Religion and Theology (2006): 214. 2. Ada Gabucci, Rome (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 2006), 23. 3. John Curran, Pagan City and Christian Capital Rome in the Fourth Century Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000), 43. 4. Michael Lipka, Roman Gods a Conceptual Approach (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 49. 5. Celia Schultz, Womens Religious Activity in the Roman Republic (Chapel Hill... of California Press, 2006. Top of Form Bottom of Form Curran, John R. Pagan City and Christian Capital Rome in the Fourth Century. Oxford: Clarendon Press ;, 2000. Top of Form Bottom of Form Lipka, Michael. Roman Gods a Conceptual...
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Biological and/or social consequences of humans switching from a hunter-gatherer lifestyle to a farming lifestyle
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...Antiquity 82 (2008): 571–584. Print. Khatry, Prem K. “From Hunting Gathering to Food Production: A Brief Look on Impact of Early Mans Shift to Farming.” n.d. Web. 30 Apr. 2013. . Stiles, David. “Hunter-gatherer studies: the importance of context.” African Study Monographs, Suppl. 26 (2001): 41-65. Print. Weisdorf, Jacob L. “From Foraging to Farming: Explaining the Neolithic Revolution.” Journal of Economic Surveys 19.4 (2005): 561-586. Print.... 30th April Biological and Social Consequences of Humans Switching from a Hunter-Gatherer Lifestyle to a Farming Lifestyle Archeologists date the beginning of Neolithic agriculture to between 5000 and 10000 years ago (Weisdorf 1), and state that hunter-gatherer...
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Terrorism Master Essay
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...antiquity to al Qaeda. University of California Press. p 6. Hess, Richard S. and Martens, E. A. (2008). War in the Bible and terrorism in the twenty-first century. EISENBRAUNS. p 117. Shapira, Shmuel C., Hammond, Jeffrey S. and Cole, Leonard A. (2008). Essentials of Terror Medicine. Springer. p 16.... There is an often-quoted saying that everything changes except change itself. However, in a historical evaluation of terrorism, one comes to recognize another crude reality of things, especially state terrorism, which corresponds to an important observation - "The more things change - the more things remain the same". In fact, this is an essential concept to be realized through a historical evaluation of ...
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The causes of marital infidelity in our society
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...antiquity, a significant importance has been given to marriage, which is considered an imperative component of human life. However, it is observed that some of the factors have affected such imperative component of life in a drastic manner, and marital infidelity is one of them. According to psychologists, an emotional and sexual bond is formed by two people in marriage that is based on an important element, understanding or intimacy. (Leiblum, pp. 11-13) A long-term relationship is formed by the effective management of intimacy by two people in a marriage. According to a number of experts, sex is not the only requirement that continues a healthy relationship... Marital Infidelity in our Society Since...
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Representations of Freedom - Degas, David and Greuze
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...antiquity. Thus, while working on the painting, he had stated to his students that his approach to his painting would be to hearken back to the Greek style and out of the repressive, constrictive style of the Romans. He, also, suggested the idea of paying an entry fee to come into the exhibitions so that artists could keep their work in the public realm instead of painting for some high aristocratic family, David sought away for the artist to make a career with their works shown in the public forum so that they would not be repressed and to help the cultural progression of art. Furthermore, his female figures in The Sabine Women show that the climate... 30 Nov Familial Representations of Freedom:...
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...antiques. This discovery is crucial in discovering the intensity of trade during the Late Bronze epoch (René, p.60). The Vix Grave also describes the burial place for the Lady of Vix. It was constructed in approximately 500 BC. It had extremely expensive grave offerings. They entailed ornaments and the Vix Krater which is the most enormous metal item from antiquity. The jewellery encompassed fibulae, regularly embellished with amber amongst other ornaments. Glass embellishments were also discovered in this site. There were bronze ornaments presumably from the Mediterranean region (Bruno, p. 12). Teotihuacan region and the Mediterranean... Task Anthropology   Introduction Mesoamerica, the near east and...
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The Hamitic Hypothesis: Its Origin in Time
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...antiquity within Northern Africa. Moreover, seeking to invoke the Biblical narrative as a means of providing further credence to any interpretation of science, history, anthropology, or archeology has been labeled as equally salacious and flawed by the author of the piece. Although it is well proven that the Hamites exerted a powerful influence over... Section/# The Hamitic Hypothesis: An Examination and Discussion Like many forms of prior scholarship, the The Hamitic Hypothesis relied on many faulty assumptions and an entire layer of racist overtones. As presented in the article, “The Hamitic Hypothesis: Its Origins and Function in Time Perspective”, the author illustrates the theory itself was...
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Military lessons learned
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...antiquity to the present. USA: Cambridge University Press. Kane, T. (2001). Military logistics and strategic performance. USA: Taylor and Francis. McNamara, R. (1995). In retrospect: The tragedy and lessons of Vietnam. USA: Random House.... Military Lessons Learned Military Lessons Learned Nurses are very important in the society as they help other health professionals in providing the best medical and health care to patients. In the same way, nurses are needed in mission-driven organizations to aid the injured and sick crews. They may not only play as a health support staff but they may assume other positions as well. One of those organizations is the army which requires not only combat men with heavy ...
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Maria Laach Abbey
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...Antiquity (Stalley, 1999). Such conventional aspects create a center to which have been inserted various additional components, most apparently the towers, insertions which it is simple to ignore or assume. Similar to numerous structures of the early medieval period, Maria Laach is a complex building, a combination of distinct elements, and a particular mission of the historian is to shed light on how the different elements became unified. In fact, a valuable way of examining... Architecture of Maria Laach Abbey Essay Maria Laach Abbey Actual Image Architectural Sketch Plan Floor Plan The Maria Laach Abbey is known as one of the more remarkable shrines of Romanesque Germany, its fragmented outline o...
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...antiquity and societies of assemblage of populace. Comprehension of culture aids in comprehending other business partners and shaping the perception of people about Mr. Tanaka commercial within the world. Beliefs have molded Mr. Tanaka and corresponding group values and attitudes entailing perception about the work (Steers, Sánchez-Runde & Nardon, 2010... Effective Cross-cultural Interaction The major outcome the Japanese manager about accomplishing the result ofthe negotiations is to attain mutual benefit. Mr. Tanaka would focus on the long-term business project and the corresponding negotiation will proceed from the underlying foundation of trust and the anticipation of the mutual benefit at the...
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Analyze Text from New Testament
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...Antiquity and Revenge on Screen, accessed February 04, 2015, https://representationsofantiquity.wordpress.com/2012/02/17/the-portrayal-of-satan-in-the-passion-of-the-christ/... Paper #2 Mark 4:35-41 In the text, Mark 4: 35-41 of the New Testament, a short incident was dictated where Jesus was accredited to save His discipleswith His gifted miraculous powers. While on journey through the sea route, Jesus and His disciples came across a storm. Frightened of being drowned, His disciples roust Jesus with a cry to be saved from the most certain doom. Jesus woke up in a calm manner, ordered the wind and the waves to slow down. The nature obeyed Him, which was signified as the ‘miracle’ in the text....
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Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini
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...antiquity... ?How was Mussolini able to take advantage of the social conditions that existed in Italy in order to attain power? Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian political thinker and leader who chose a middle path between the extremes of communism and socialism on the one side and capitalism on the other side; in-between he treaded on the path of Fascism. He was a prominent political figure of early nineteenth century Italy and Europe who paved the road towards Fascism.1 Mussolini, the 40th Prime Minister of Italy, took advantage of the social conditions in Italy to attain the seat of political power by changing his ideals with the passing of times, by making new in-roads to political...
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The Great Builders: Roman Architecture & Engineering
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...antiquity. N.p.: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Print. Hamlin, Alfred. History of Architecture. N.p.: Books on Demand, 2010. Print. Jones, Mark. Principles of Roman Architecture. N.p.: Yale University Press, 2003. Print. Sear, Frank. Roman Architecture. N.p.: Cornell University Press, 1983. Print.... Architecture and Engineering Roman Civilization was technologically most advanced civilizations of its time and the technology they developed was used very effectively in engineering and architecture. The Roman architecture is based on the lifestyle the Romans adopted and the technological advances they achieved. Arches, vaults and domes were the aesthetical aspects of the magnificent structures of hippodromes, amphitheaters, fountains and plazas. The water...
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...antiquity by great and renowned philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. The maintain that ethics would; for example, demand that managers, IR experts, and trade unionists be honest, helpful, cooperative, sincere, open, benevolent, and modest. But, Hosmer avoids such a relevant list in his theory. (185) 2. Another challenge for management and its ideological... ? HOMERS ETHICAL THEORY: Q &A AS RELATED TO CHEVRON Based on the various answers to the 9 vital questions in Homers Ethical theory, I will propound an accurate answer to this questions by analysing the three most important and most relevant theory on ethics. I will select the most appropriate answer based on the theories themselves and not my...
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Hans Delbruck is one of the most insightful theorist of the 20th century
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...Antiquity. US: Greenwood Press, 1990. H. Delbruck. History of the Art of War: Barbarian Invasions. US: Greenwood Press, 1990.... Hans Delbruck Is One of the Most Insightful Theorist of the 20th Century of Establishment It is necessary to emphasize that Hans Delbruck is a celebrated German historian. He is known to be one of the first theorists who studied military history. This person analyzed the evolution of various military institutions with the help of such methods as the examination of ancient sources and the use of demography and economics. Delbruck’s burning desire to learn more about war gave the world much interesting information concerning military history. That is why the German historian...
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Art History through the 19th Century (Final Compare and Contrast Term Paper)
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...Antiquity” ordered a pyre to purify his honor upon losing a military defeat (The Death of Sardanapalus). Everything was going to be burned “women, slaves, and horses“ (The Death of Sardanapalus). One man was killing a woman. A woman is splayed across the bed in a swoon. The violence is a nightmare. The king is on the bed with an emotionless look on his face. Delacroix’s painting was secular. This painting is very disturbing. The symbolism in both paintings is similar. The senseless of war can be seen in Rubens... Allegory of the Outbreak of War by Peter Paul Rubens and Death of Sardanapalus by Eugene Delacroix are both sublime pieces of work that represent thehorror of war and military defeat. ...
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Sir Francis Bacon
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...antiquity. With the new reading of Galileo, Sir Francis Bacon rejected the form of speculative reasoning that dominated the Middle Ages. Bacon believed that if you wanted to really know about something in nature, you needed to approach your study in a methodical manner, gathering real data that was observable and recordable. He states in his book The Great Insaturation... Sir Francis Bacon lived during a pivotal age in history. His life spanned the last gasps of the Middle Ages and the first breaths of the European Renaissance. He earned titles and honors for much of his life. He was a precocious learner, entering university at the age of twelve, where he became a favorite in the court of Queen...
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Gladiators. Significance of Gladiatorial Combat
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...antiquity, and there is little reason to suppose that we can uncover them today. We have already seen that conflicting opinions placed the source of g1adiation in either Campania or Etruria; likewise in antiquity there seems to have existed a debate over whether or not gladiatorial combat was a form of human sacrifice. For example, a passage... ?Running Head: GLADIATORS Significance of Gladiatorial Combat Significance of Gladiatorial Combats Introduction According to Roman tradition, the first gladiatorial combats in Rome took place at the funeral of D. Iunius Brutus in 264 BC when his sons Decimus Iunius Brutus and Marcus presented three pairs of gladiators in the Forum Boarium (Edmondson, 1996). Yet...
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Theater
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...antiquity as a means of entertaining and instructing the masses. The theater can be defined as “entertainment in the form of a dramatic or diverting situation or series of events” (Theatre, 2010). Under this definition, theater could include basic storytelling between several people, dancing or other forms of performances designed to take place in front of and for the benefit of an audience. To limit the discussion, though, theater can also be considered to be a form of art that consists of written works that are intended to be performed by actors on a stage. According... Instruction History of the Theater Theater is a form of entertainment and social media that developed in the distant past of...
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Greek city states rise and influence
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...Antiquity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Pres Thompson, F. Hugh (2002), The Archaeology of Greek and Roman Slavery, London: Duckworth... s Rise and Influence One of the most intriguing of the Greek s was Sparta. The Spartan legacy as a warrior culture in which citizens were bread from birth as soldiers has been passed down over the generations and recently idealized through television and film adaptations. While the media depictions of this city-state are fantastical, the actual elements relating to its rise and influence within Greece are just as intriguing. This essay considers Sparta’s rise and influence within ancient Greece and also considers Professor Weber’s insights regarding the competing...
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Sixteenth century female sexuality and their impact on Shakespeare's tragedy
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...antiquity to the 16th century: was there a common denominator?" Stress and Health Volume 27, Issue 3 (August 2011): 223–240. Print Waddington, Raymond. Aretino's Satyr: Sexuality, Satire and Self-projection in Sixteenth- century Literature and Art. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. Print... Sixteenth century views of female sexuality and their impacts on Shakespeare’s tragedies In most of his plays Shakespeare gives women or female protagonists power. This can to some extent be attributed to his interaction in the courts between the monarch Elizabeth Tudor’s reigns in 1558-1603 (Waddington 18). This thus shows the most significant personalities of the sixteenth century living as...
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The Idea of Justice
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...antiquity. In these regards, justice is a prominent consideration in the work of both Plato and Epicurus. While these philosophers articulated early notions of justice, they do so in slightly divergent ways. This essay examines these notions of justice in Plato’s Apology and selections from Epicurus. One of the predominant aspects of justice... ?The Idea of Justice One of the central concerns of the modern day judicial system is the nature of justice. Everyday in courtrooms across the world justice and retribution are debated and enacted in a countless array of contexts. Even as this is a pervasive contemporary concern, philosophical investigations into the nature of justice date back to at least Greek...
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Greek city states rise and influence
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...Antiquity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Pres Thompson, F. Hugh (2002), The Archaeology of Greek and Roman Slavery, London: Duckworth... s Rise and Influence One of the most intriguing of the Greek s was Sparta. The Spartan legacy as a warrior culture in which citizens were bread from birth as soldiers has been passed down over the generations and recently idealized through television and film adaptations. While the media depictions of this city-state are fantastical, the actual elements relating to its rise and influence within Greece are just as intriguing. This essay considers Sparta’s rise and influence within ancient Greece and also considers Professor Weber’s insights regarding the competing...
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Graffiti Art in Los Angeles
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...antiquity and the Renaissance. The late 20th century saw a new graffiti aesthetic emerge in New York City, wherein street artists began painting and spray-painting designs to subway walls and various elements of the city. From New York, this street aesthetic spread to Los Angeles, and ultimately internationally. In the different regions, different aesthetic approaches developed, with Los Angeles containing one of the most seminal styles. This essay considers graffiti artist... ?Los Angeles Graffiti Artist The art of graffiti is one of the oldest forms of decorative art. Dating back to cave paintings human kind of been affixing art to rocks and walls. These general trends continued throughout Greek...
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How Alexander the Great Influenced Current History
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...Antiquity.... the Great was the famous king of Macedon, an ancient kingdom in the northern Greece. He was born in 356BC and Phillip II of Macedon and Queen Olympia are known to be his father and mother. Alexander was taught by Aristotle until the age of 16 years and at a very young age of 20 he succeeded his father and took over the throne after he was assassinated. By the age of 30 Alexander had developed one of the greatest empires of ancient times. Alexander the Great was thought to be some kind of super human from his birth. People used to compare him to the Greek god, Zeus. He was a great leader and a perfect general, he had an awe-inspiring personality and great metal ability that allowed him to...
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Greek Ethnic Identity
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...antiquity's historical, literary, philosophical, and architectural involvement, it becomes interesting to know who the Greeks through a deeper look at their ethnic identity. Starting at their first reference to themselves as Greeks which sets them apart to other groups, it should be noted that their ethnic identity has evolved through the different historical events and transitions that they went through. Thus, this paper will look at Greek identity during the antiquity and the modern times. In the eyes of a Westerner, the term Greek is used to refer to any speaker of the Greek language regardless of their origin. Thus... Running Head: GREEK ETHNIC IDENTITY Greek Ethnic Identity In APA Style By Ethnic...
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Comparative studies
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...Antiquity. Painting is a field full of creativity ideas that basically relies on religion, representation, classical, abstract and conceptual approaches (Warhol and Dillenberger, 2001). There exist a wide difference between the Western painting and Eastern painting generally during the pre-historic periods of painting. The Islamic art, Japanese art, and African art had a significant influence on the western art. This was also experienced on the Western art like Egypt... Comparative studies: Painting from two different eras Introduction History of painting s back to the periods of artifacts from the time of pre-historic traditions. Painting represents continuous but periodically disrupted cultures from...
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Olympic games
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...antiquity. In the ninth century BC, there was no other nation with the Olympics. Therefore, the ninth century BC marked the approximate era of Olympic Games culture initiation in Greece (Toohey, 11). These were the times of the Ancient Greece community. The Olympic Games were part of the Greece culture during these times. They were a portion of a sacred tradition called the ekecheiria... History of the Olympics culture Introduction History of the Olympics culture extracts details from an August 13th article “NBC proclaims London Olympics most watched television event in US history.” The author of the article was Lisa de Moraes. In modern society, the Olympics have become a major social event. It takes...
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Artist research
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...antiquity of the building and initiate a silence that devours a heart’s misery. Figure 4... Laurie Ann Pearsall Laurie Ann Pearsall, born in Massachusetts, U.S.A in 1970, is an expert visual artist and a yoga She had developed her Abstract Expressionism (Encyclopedia of Art, n.d.) in painting, which defines her inner peace for herself. Laurie graduated a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in the “Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City” in 1992 (Weebly, 2010). After three years, she specialized a Master’s of Science in Art Education Artist in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. However, at the age of 30, she transferred to Mallorca, Spain. Figure 1. “Return Home” (Pearsall, 2009a) Lauri...
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BIOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH PAPER ON CHEIKH ANTA DIOP FOCUSING ON HIS PHILOSOPHICAL IDEALS AND CONTRIBUTION TO KNOWLEDGE. WRITTEN AS NORMAL RESEARCH ESSAY
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...Antiquity to the Cultural Problems of Africa Today, he was able highlight... CHEIKH ANTA DIOP Lecturer Paper Outline Introduction Diop’s place and birth Main focus of his works The focus of the paperAfrica as the cradle of all humanity Humans developed to homo sapiens status Egypt provided the environment for civilization Diop’s anti-colonial policy and his belief in creativity Africa needed to be independent and united Use of resources in Africa for industrialization His vision of nuclear power Diop’s contribution to knowledge through his writings Writings across various disciplines: history, anthropology, politics etc Contribution to knowledge in class and international gatherings Taught physics an...
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Foundation of Western Civilization
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...antiquity are the true founding fathers of the west. Their work was exemplary and relevant and still resonates to modern times. Their founding principles are what guide the west out of the last centuries and into the current centuries where the westerners enjoy the fruits of the founding fathers labor. Their work ranged from religion, politics, philosophy, history, science and much more. This people were majorly Greeks, their thought offered a unique approach to life. Their style was adopted across the west. Greeks had very different ideas that give way to different track or rather path to humankind. The earlier Greeks could come up with a question about the nature of the world... 1. The people of...
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Fashion retail concepts of the future
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...antique services and products (Hines, T. & Bruce, M. 2007, 59). Proper design concepts of stores will principally serve in influencing sales (Jana, R. 2013, 1). A properly designed store surpasses the mere ability for effective display of goods (Pahl, N., & Mohring, W. 2008, 149). A fashion store should... Fashion retail Task: Fashion retail Fashion retail is an indispensable extension of fashion marketing. This is becauseit determines the success of the whole fashion marketing system. Unprecedented changes confront modern retail with significant amount of challenges. Currently, technological advances and economic turmoil have shaped the retail landscape in way that marketers do not aptly react. ...
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Synesthesia
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...antiquity. It became known as colored hearing at a time when philosophers tried to study whether the color of music could be quantified as a physical quality. As early as 6th century, some authors associated the initial mention of synesthesia with Pythagoras and Aristotle during the 4th century BC (Ramachandran & Hubbard, 2001). More believe that John Locke was more elaborate about the condition in his writing, Essay Concerning Human Understanding, where he recounted a blind man’s story who felt betrayed after learning what scarlet meant. Then, in 1704, a parallel was noticed between a musical scale’s... Synesthesia Synesthesia History of Synesthesia The concept of colored hearing has links with Greek...
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Public culture: the politics of participation/How participatory or inclusive is a cultural space
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...antiquity. As the visitors look done and around, they practically stand severed from the all the sensory, cultural and ideological contexts surrounding them and are thereby able to look at these archaeological excavations as essentially a human narrative, to which they could relate to across the constraints of nationality, gender, race, ethnicity, age and language. The amazing thing is that the way... of the of the Concerned 27 December The New Museum of Acropolis in Athens- A Step towards the Democratization of the Discourses Related to Culture In a pan-European context, the role of cultural spaces and heritage as allocators of inclusion and their relevance to the social sustainability and cohesion is...
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The Status of Women in the Hebrew and Greek Societies
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...Antiquity. New York: Schocken Books, 1995. Print. “The Status of Women in the Hebrew Scriptures. (Old Testament).” Religious Tolerance. 2012. Web. 26 March. 2015.... The Status of Women in the Hebrew and Greek Societies In different societies, one might observe a different attitude towards women. Analyzing ancient societies, in particular represented by Jews and Greeks, one can see that ancient women lived within a patriarchal system. It suggested that women had their specific responsibilities. The main role of women was to be a good mother and wife who was subordinated to her husband. Moreover, women demonstrated dependence on men. Compared with women, men had much more rights and opportunities. This...
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Analyze Marriott International Inc
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...antiquity in 1927 when Willard and Alice Marriott released their initial A&W Root Beer station in Washington. In the subsequent 3 eras, the Marriott’s cultivate their food service corporate to comprise an innovative in-flight package and numerous new restaurants (Marriott International Inc., 2000). Whether tallying localities, perfecting measures or growing into fresh enterprises, Marriott respired, consumed, and lived his firm. Even when his eldest son, Willard Marriott, Jr., was entitled as CEO and inherited most key errands, he could not give up work. A real hands-on director... Analyze Marriott International Inc. Analyze Marriott International Inc. The Marriott took expanded in American trade and...
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Bipolar Disorder Analysis
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...antiquity. Many of these conditions have altered human lives in a significant way. Some of the conditions have been eliminated through various advancements in the medical field. However, there is one condition that has remained an issue in the human society. The condition is known as bipolar disorder. The disorder causes various changes to the individual affected. It leads to changes in mood, energy, and always affects individual capability in doing various chores (Peacock, 2000). Hence, individual activity level is significantly altered. As a result, various effects arise from this disorder... Bipolar Disorder Analysis Bipolar Disorder Analysis There are various conditions that have faced human since...
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Mayan Civilization
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...Antiquity 87.337 (2013): 921-922.... Mayan Civilization Most of what remains of the Mayan civilization is documented by paleontologists, historians, and anthropologists. The evidence shows that the Mayan occupied their land between 2600 and 1800 BC in Central American and Southern Mexico (Carter 340). The civilization would grow uncontrollably but the collapse of the kingdom remains some of the unsolved mysteries of the world though foreign invasion, drought collapse of the Mayan social hierarchy may be attributed to the collapse (McAnany 21). However, historians have collected enough evidence to allow them to explain the society’s political and religious organization by referring to the strong...
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Acheulean hand axes
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...antiquity, stratigraphic context and the associated middle Pleistocene stone tools of the Narmada man. Accordingly Mccowns discoveries can be useful to the paleoanthropologists of the 21st century. In the document one the findings is from central India in Narmada and Tapti valley. The researcher anticipated to study the prehistoric archaeological problems of the Pleistocene time. He studied the region around Narmada river and the tools found indicated the presence of man. He however discovered four main problems among other the use of infer climate model by pre- historian that seemed imperfect in India. He proceeds... Summary of Recent Recovery of unpublished Field s of Theodore D. MCown’s...
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Characterize Odysseus in the Odyssey Book 6, Lines 122-365 (The Princess and the Stranger)
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...antiquity and the Western literary tradition. Throughout the epic Odysseus finds himself in a variety of dilemmas and confrontations that reveal significant elements about his character. This essay considers one specific instance in Book 6 of the epic and examines it for the character elements it reveals about Odysseus. One... ?The Odyssey One of the earliest and most powerful instances of Western literature emerges in Homer’s the Odyssey. While this text functions as a historic account of ancient Greece history and mythology, it also remains highly relevant for its narrative structure and character elements. The epic’s main protagonist, Odysseus, is recognized as one of the seminal characters of Greek...
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Howl: Ginsberg
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...antiquity, one of the most prominent 20th century literary works is Allen Ginsberg’s Howl. Published in 1955 the work is Ginsberg’s greatest, and one of the seminal texts of the beat literature movement. The text itself was originally written as a performance piece and only later published in written form; this is reflected in the work’s lyrical and performative structure. Still, the work remains complex and richly textured. The poem is divided in three sections, each with prominent thematic concerns. This essay examines Ginsberg’s Howl as it relates to historical, political, and social contexts. From the very first lines... ?Howl: Ginsberg While the epic poem has generally been relegated to Greek...
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Marriage Impediments during the Byzantine Era
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...Antiquity. Ed. Ralph Mathisen. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. 220 – 241. Nicol, Donald. The Byzantine Lady: Ten Portraits, 1250 – 1500. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Viscuso, Patrick. “Theodore Balsamon’s Canonical Images of Women”. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 45. 3 (2005): 317 – 327.... 14 March 2007 Marriage and Its Implications of Power for Byzantine Ladies The Byzantine era was rather typical, when one considers the lowly status assigned to women and the shoddy treatment they received. But for women belonging to the aristocracy, the situation was not quite as dismal as might be expected under the circumstances, as they were better protected than their less fortunate ...
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