StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
Pax Romana. Read up on it in your textbook and then write a three-four page paper on those emperors who you think were good ( an
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana: The Righteous and the Unrighteous Emperors of Rome Pax Romana being a long period that spanned 200 years of huge peace and prosperity in Rome owes its existence to the good emperors who had chiefly ensured fruits of peace to be experienced throughout the empire by all nations without bloody feuds, mob riots and civil wars. I suppose that the five good emperors who made great contributions to the Pax Romana were Trajan, Hadrian, Nerva, Antonius Pius, and Marcus Aurelius. Through these emperors, the fields of Rome managed to generate more crops and in coincidence with this, even...
Preview
Octavian's two biggest achievements
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
...Pax Romana Octavian was the first Emperor of Rome who succeeded Julius Caesar after the latter was assassinated. He ruled Rome from 27 BC until 14 AD (History World). The rule of Octavian could be perhaps be the most peaceful reign of the Roman empire. Octavian, who later renamed himself as Augustus Caesar or Imperator Caesar Divi Filius Augustus ruled Rome with his Pax Romana or Roman peace that allowed not only peace to prevail but paved the way for the improvement and beautification of the Roman city which Pax Romana afforded them to achieve (Lecture 12). Octavian’s achievements of building a strong military and achieving Pax Romana... ?The two greatest achievement of Octavian: strong military and Pax ...
Preview
Greek Classicism And Hellenism
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana (“Roman Peace”)? Pax Romana being a long period that spanned 200 years of huge peace and prosperity in Rome owes its existence to the good emperors who had chiefly ensured fruits of peace to be experienced throughout the empire by all... Greek Classicism And Hellenism (1) Define the Classical Greek Style. List the Characteristics. Give at least one example from the textbook. The influence of Classicism in Greek Style of Art may be divided into three periods (from 480 B.C. up to 323 B.C.) namely Transitional, Early Classical, then Late Classical all of which consisted of endeavors that laid the foundation for Western Civilization. At the time, most Greek artists were profoundly motivated by vi...
Preview
History
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax romana, that the only way to achieve peace was to assert his power upon the world through military victory (“Qin Shihuangdi, Caesar Augustus and Jesus”). However, the authoritative phase followed the creation of a new world order that was based on morality and military... Power is a term used to de the use fear, and torment to influence compliance from one’s s, thus, it thrives on force. On the other hand, authority attempts to use coercion and legitimate will for voluntary compliance with the leader’s will. Shi Huangdi is known for the use of his power to rule and conquer his empire, moreover, his power came from his ability to conquer more than ten feudal states that later came to be part of his em...
Preview
Visual analysis on Hadrian
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana – the age of abundant... Date of Submission: Visual Analysis on “Hadrian” The bust sculpture of the Roman Emperor “Hadrian” (A.D. 117 – 138), is currently kept in the Gallery of Ancient Coins. With height by face length measu...
Preview
Rise and fall of World Empires
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana era, the empires well laid road and sea network made it ideal... Rise and fall of World Empires The phenomena and issue of the fall and rise of empires has been discussed by researches for a long time. The reason for this renewed interest has been the fact that the fall and rise of most empires is dependent on similar factors. In the recent past, researchers have concentrated their focus on the role of politics, religion, economics, military, infrastructure, environment and science in the rise and fall of world dynasties. Although each of these factors plays a significant role in the rise and fall of empires, the issue of religion, military and economics played a bigger role in determining...
Preview
Polykleitos, Doryphoros/ Portrait of Augustus
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana... Difference between Polykleitos Doryphoros (Statue A) and Portrait of Augustus (Statue B) Objective Differences: Statue A:Doryphoros Art through the hands of Polykletious of Argos have been considered mystic pieces of historical Roman regalia. ‘Doryphorus’ or ‘Spear Bearer’ has been an epic piece of art in Roman history inspired from ancient Greek art. Produced in 440-450 B.C this marble replica of Greek Bronze sculpture depicts Greek imitation of masculine beauty in Rome (Learner.org, 2014).  Doryphorus aimed to represent the notion of perfection through masculine beauty. As Romans were highly inspired by Greek art and tried to imitate them in all walks of life. The sculpture was crafted to ...
Preview
Midterm
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana was an era of relative peace in the whole of Roman Empire and is generally attributed with Gaius Julius Caesar, the first governor of Rome. During this period, there was prosperity, power, and peace. This meant that travel was possible (it was safe and comfortable to use roads) making it easy for missionaries to spread the gospel to non-believers.... The rise of Christianity The rise of Christianity began during highly chaotic time; the Herodian period. The teachers of the law (rabbis) for their own interests, mostly ignored the occurrence, even though, early Christianity started as a Jewish religion with all its founders being Jewish. The rabbis ignored early Christianity as a method of...
Preview
Political Structure and Rule of the Roman Republic
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...Pax Romana (IUS, 2008). Bibliography Crawford, M. (1993). The Roman Republic, 2nd Edition,. Harvard University Press: New York. IUS. (2008... ? Number Political Structure and Rule of the Roman Republic Political Structure and Rule of the Roman Republic Through drawing a number of documents that eventually became the Roman constitution, the Romans are credited with coming up with a political organization model that is now referred to as a republic in the contemporary settings. The Roman Republic that was in existence between 509-31 BC was more of a union of several states under the control of a central authority that was representative. In terms of structure, the Roman Republic was a three-tier form of...
Preview
History: Foundations of Western Civilization 3
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana or Roman Peace was what everyone started seeking as peace was a significant concept in the early Christians. Initially Christianity was perceived as a version of Judaism. While Judaism tries to make people aware of God through experiencing fear of God, Christianity refers to Jesus as God’s son on earth. Judaism is bound by one belief that there is one single God, known as Jehovah, who is omniscient, omnipotent, omni benevolent, transcendent, the one who created the universe. Christianity lifted the burden of freedom from the shoulders of humanity. Both religions are monotheist and focus... 1. The collapse of the Athenian Empire after the great Peloponnesian War created a vacuum and opened the ...
Preview
History - Renassiance
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, executed an ambitious building program and strengthened the economy. In 27 B.C. Octavian brilliantly orchestrated the First Settlement, under which he apparently surrendered his powers to the Senate and was ‘persuaded’ to take them back! He was bestowed the title of ‘Augustus,’ or revered, but claimed to be content to be the Princeps, or ‘first citizen.’ In the Second Settlement of 23 B.C. he was given consular powers for life, followed by tribunician powers for life in 19 B.C. His adopted title of Imperator, or commander-in-chief, evolved into the word ‘Emperor.’ He was made pater patrias, or father... Octavian/Augustus Caesar. Augustus Caesar (63 B.C. – 14 A.D can arguably be considered...
Preview
Roman Games and their Role in Ancient Rome
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana and establishing aspects of Roman culture and rule across the breadth of the giant Empire, and as a commercial venture for those involved. There were two major types of games held during the Roman era: chariot racing and gladiatorial combat. Both were immensely popular, but chariot racing was one somewhat more common than gladiatorial games (Romano 387), partly because of the cost of the gladiatorial games, which could often end with an incredibly expensive and well trained slave being wounded or even... ? Prof’s Games in Ancient Rome Rome holds a special place in the imagination of many people. It was one of the largest empires that ever existed, and ruled relatively peaceably for centuries...
Preview
Proposal: Culture and Identity
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, Britannica, and Americana. London: Routledge. Prosser, Michael H, and K S. Sitaram. Intercultural, International, and Global Media. Civic discourse, Vol. 2. Stamford, Conn: Ablex Pub. Corp, 1999. Print. Ritzer, George. The Mcdonaldization Thesis: Explorations and Extensions. London [u.a.: Sage, 1998. Print.... Language and Culture Reflected in Art Language can be defined through any methodology of communicating ideas from one entity to another. In the language of art, the visual image is broken into components in which ideas and subject matter are communicated in the context of the visual elements of a piece. One form of language is within the framework of storytelling. In this framework,...
Preview
In what ways does the Ara Pacis Augustae reflect Augustus' vision of a Roman 'golden age'
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, the Roman Peace. But the Augustan reforms were not limited to political, economic and social issues alone. They also envisioned a fundamental change in Roman culture itself. Augustus tried to turn Rome... ? Ara Pacis Augustae: Reflection of a Roman 'golden age' [Pick the The Ara Pacis, or Altar of Peace is a Roman sacrificial altar enclosed in a screen of Parian marble beautifully carved in high relief with allegorical and ceremonial scenes ornamented with elegant plant motifs. In the summer of 13 BCE, the Roman senate issued a decree calling for the construction of an outdoor altar complex commemorating the emperor Augustus’s successful campaigns in Spain and Gaul and his return to Rome in...
Preview
Homework # 1
12 pages (3000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana. How did Roman law attempt to solve some of the social problems of the period? What social problems were ignored? The Pax Romana occurred during the period that was ruled by the regime of Octavian. He received the title Augustus... Why did writing develop in Sumerian civilization? What uses was it put to? How did those uses change over time? Why is record-keeping important for western civilization? The Sumerian civilization progressed in an advanced manner to build towards structured Monarchy. The administrative control of every city was properly built and the hierarchy of rule developed in the form of consistent and uniform roles over this time period. The administrators and the rulers, in t...
Preview
The Sumerian civilization
13 pages (3250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana. How did Roman law attempt to solve some of the social problems of the period What social problems were ignored The Pax Romana occurred during the period that was ruled by the regime of Octavian. He received... Why did writing develop in Sumerian civilization What uses was it put to How did those uses changeover time Why is record-keeping important for western civilization The Sumerian civilization progressed in an advanced manner to build towards structured Monarchy. The administrative control of every city was properly built and the hierarchy of rule developed in the form of consistent and uniform roles over this time period. The administrators and the rulers, in the form pf Priests and K...
Preview
Egypt, Rome, and Ancient China
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, lasted for many decades hence the reason the country is among the most civilized ancient republics. However, peace began to deteriorate again in Rome. The powerful army generals were unable to control the elections. For instance, Julius Caesar conquered his rivals crowning himself the Roman’s ruler. This led to the assassination of Caesar in 44 BCE, leading to a line of emperors. Conclusion In conclusion, Egypt, Rome, and Ancient China are the most important ancient civilizations. The three ancient civilizations played a vital role in shaping the today’s Western Civilization... Why Egypt, Rome, and Ancient China are the most Important Ancient Civilizations Introduction The current...
Preview
Work Bibliography Paper
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana helped the spread of the gospel by allowing for peaceful travel and communication over large swathes of area, which allowed for an intensely constructed religious network to appear and spread relatively quickly. It dives into the way that the Pax Romana’s system of governance helped spread the gospel through influencing the structure of the church. The Early Church quickly, as of the era of Paul, had begun to mirror... Prof’s Working Bibliography Annemarie Luijendijk. 2008. Papyri from the great persecution: Roman and Christian perspectives. Journal of Early Christian Studies 16 (3): 341-69. This article is an outline (including full texts) of two documents that have survived from the...
Preview
World History - Empires& integration
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, by which he contained Roman expansion, led to the integration of the Western World, which underwent an enduring Romanization through collaboration with native rulers, encouragement to adopt a Roman lifestyle, granting of Roman citizenship and the induction of foreigners into the legions. The Roman Empire... World History: Empires as Forces of Integration. Throughout the ages, time and again, men and women of exceptional ability have emerged, who have taken destiny by the hand to build empires which have altered the course of history for better or worse. These empires, for the most part, have acted as forces of integration by consolidating territory and facilitating the exchange of culture and ...
Preview
The Debate on what caused Rome to fall the most
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana, Caligula and Nero the reigning royalty held infamous parties, wasting huge sums of money, where guests drank and ate to their fill and prostitutes were hired for orgies for the upper class élite. Among the lower class, the most popular amusement was watching the gladiatorial combats... Kevin McHoes English 214 29 September The Fall of Ancient Roman Empire The Ancient Roman Empire fell in the year 476 AD and historians attribute a variety of reasons for the same. However, there is no agreement among the historians as to the reasons for such a calamity. On the other hand, there is a controversy relating to this event that is highly significant not only in Roman history but also has an impact on ...
Preview
Art Parthenon and the Ara Pacis
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana period (Kellum 26). Conversely, Parthenon was an Athenian temple purposely erected for worshiping. In addition, the erection of the temple was to honor their goddess by the name Athena whom they believed granted them prosperity and power, which they enjoyed contrary to their neighboring counterparts especially the Romans (Beard 44). Primarily, this was during Classical Greece period when the Greeks had an immense influence on Romans besides... Key Words: Romans, Greeks, Partenon, Ara Pacis, art, Polytheism, Monotheism Art History Qn Symbolic Architecture Comparison between Parthenon to the Ara Pacis a) The core roles of both the Parthenon and Ara Pacis buildings Parthenon and Ara Pacis...
Preview
Could Christianity have benefited without Constantine
11 pages (2750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana. This was the best way of keeping the empire united and under a single rule of Constantine. The Milan Edict went further than just banning persecutions against Christians. It recognized the Church as a corpus in a juristic... ?Introduction In preliminary readings, there seem to be two extreme views of Emperor Constantine who ruled the Roman Empire between 306 and 337. One school of thought asserts that Constantine was the founder of Christendom and his laws and actions laid the foundation for the institution of Christianity in the Roman Empire and throughout Europe. Another set of thinkers present Constantine as an opportunist who used Christianity to further his personal political goal of...
Preview
The Spherical Spatial Designs and Its Meanings in The Pantheon, Rome
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana or the “Roman Peace” within the society (Hollister, 190-191). The empire did not only instigate fear amongst its neighbors, but it also established a melting pot of different cultures that only happened during Alexander the Great’s Macedonian Empire. A revival of the Hellenistic culture was again at hand. The indigenous traditions of the east met with the way-of-life of the Roman west (Hollister, 134-139). There was something different with the mixing of culture under the Greeks and the Romans. While the Greek Macedonians... ? The Spherical Spatial Designs and its Meanings in the Pantheon, Rome (YOUR (THE The Pantheon in Rome is the most preserved building that stood since the time that the...
Preview
What are important factors accounting for early human mobility
15 pages (3750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax Romana and conquered over the political chaos by spreading peace... History and Political Science Topic: Various (up to 19th century What are important factors accounting for early human mobility? At present, mobility is the basic and essential feature of human growth. It has been long ago that human being have conquered over the natural barriers by space and distance factor with advanced and modifies transportation facilities. Hitherto, at present the political boundaries are the only consideration that abstain human mobility. The main reason of human mobility Pertains to the fact that the world distribution to opportunities is extremely unequal, which plays a major role in the element of human m...
Preview
Questions: History Assignment
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax Romana and conquered over the political chaos by spreading peace in his era... History and Political Science Topic: Various (up to 19th century What are important factors accounting for early human mobility? At present, mobility is the basic and essential feature of human growth. It has been long ago that human being have conquered over the natural barriers by space and distance factor with advanced and modifies transportation facilities. Hitherto, at present the political boundaries are the only consideration that abstain human mobility. The main reason of human mobility Pertains to the fact that the world distribution to opportunities is extremely unequal, which plays a major role in the element...
Preview
Rome: Art and Architecture
19 pages (4750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax... Rome: Art and Architecture The Colosseum, 70 CE The Colosseum is a ical architecture building. The building (also known as Flavian Amphitheatre) was constructed between 70-80 AD. Rather than being accredited with an architect, the construction of the Colosseum is accredited a number of emperors, amongst them Emperors Vespasian and Titus. The former initiated the construction of the Colosseum while the latter, who was the immediate heir, saw its completion. Over the next decades that followed the initial construction, Emperor Domitian saw the inclusion of other modifications (Kleiner 132). It is because of the family name of the three emperors who saw the construction that this classical building...
Preview
Alternatives to Globalization: A Proposal for True Equality
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Romana: "What they want is a Pax Americana where most of the subordinate populations, like the Arabs, are kept in check by a healthy respect for lethal American power while the loyalty of other groups... Alternatives to Globalization: A Proposal for True Equality Introduction The simplest and most commonly accepted definition of globalization is "an increase in international trade and investment."1 The conventional wisdom strongly suggests that globalization will ultimately benefit even the poorest developing countries of the Third World or the South. This position has been challenged by any number of scholars who pose the important question of whether or not globalization is necessarily...
Preview
Steelworker By Trudy Pax Farr
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...PAX FARR Trudy Pax Farr held variety of jobs in her lifetime. She worked as a teacher. She taught English as second language. Ohio is her native and currently she lives in Minnesota. She worked in BOP (Basic Oxygen Process) shop, which is a six to seven store building. She was assigned to work as a burner in BOP. She was given stiff metallic like coat and leggings, strap leather gaiters over shoes, a welded type shield to protect her face and leather one-fingered mitts for her hands. All these were given to protect her from the sparks that might fall on her when these sparks shower down when oxygen, flame and air meet molten steel. Accidents were part of everyday... STEELWORKER BY TRUDY...
Preview
Prepare an elevator speech about the assigned topic: Is Healthcare a Right or a Privilege Your speech should be no more than 100 words and should address each of the evaluation criteria listed below on the grading rubric
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana. "A Research Agenda for Documenting Disability Status within Healthcare Organizations to Address Disparities in Care." Journal for Healthcare Quality. 36.2 (2014): 7-13. Print.... Speech: health care is a right Good afternoon teacher and colleagues It is an honor to have this opportunity to say: health care is a right, not a privilege. For us to be productive we need health. Let us step forward and be the ones to condemn inequality to medical attention. Let us place, our voices together and state that we are not gratified that your social status determines your right to life. Let us be loud, let us be bold, let us be outraged. We are a better society if we give equal rights to health care. For...
Preview
David Bowie and Gender Performance
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana. There is, however, a dilemma as love is being forced to a person who has had bitter experiences with another woman and in particular his former lover Miranda. It is the speaker’s experience with Miranda which is being referred... ?Chengyao Yang C. Morando ENG 106 6 February In writing her essay on ‘Performative Acts and Gender Constitution’, Judith Butler relied heavily on Simone de Beauvoir’s claims that, “one is not born, but rather, becomes a woman” (Butler 120). It is from this trajectory of ideas that Butler postulates that, “gender is no way a stable identity or locus of agency from which various acts proceed; rather…it is an identity, instituted through a stylized repetition of acts in the ...
Preview
David Bowie and Gender Performance
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana. There is, however, a dilemma as love is being forced to a person who has had bitter experiences with another woman and in particular his former lover Miranda. It is the speaker’s experience with Miranda which is being referred... Chengyao Yang C. Morando ENG 106 6 February In writing her essay on ‘Performative Acts and Gender Constitution’, Judith Butler relied heavily on Simone de Beauvoir’s claims that, “one is not born, but rather, becomes a woman” (Butler 120). It is from this trajectory of ideas that Butler postulates that, “gender is no way a stable identity or locus of agency from which various acts proceed; rather…it is an identity, instituted through a stylized repetition of acts in the ...
Preview
Congenital Hypothyroidism
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax-8). Those causing the latter... Congenital hypothyroidism (CHT) is a very common neonatal metabolic disorder, if untreated would results in severe neurodevelopmental impairment and infertility. Usually, congenital hypothyroidism is sporadic, but 2% percent of thyroid dysgenesis is familial. It is also known that the CHT caused by organification defects is often recessively inherited. Genes associated with CHT are known to form two main groups: 1. Thos that cause thyroid gland dysgenesis; and 2. Those causing dyshormonogenesis. Genes associated with the former include the TSH receptor in nonsyndromic congenital hypothyroidism, and Gsa and the thyroid transcription factors (TTF-1, TTF-2, and Pax-8). T...
Preview
Genesis of Different Cranial Placodes in Vertebrates
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax genes (including Pax6 but also members of other Pax subfamilies such as Pax2) in various tissues. These include the kidney, somites, retina, and several placodes... Compare and contrast the genesis of different cranial pla s in vertebrates. Cranial pla s are specialized regions of the ectoderm, which give rise to various sensory ganglia and contribute to the pituitary gland and sensory organs of the vertebrate head. They include the adenohypophyseal, olfactory, lens, trigeminal, and profundal placodes, a series of epibranchial placodes, an otic placode, and a series of lateral line placodes.. They are essential for the formation of much of the cranial sensory nervous system. Although relatively...
Preview
Modern Diplomatic History
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Britannica,” which would be a major reason why there would be no major war again in continental Europe until the second half of the nineteenth century, as the researcher would expound later in the paper (Fremont-Barnes and Fisher 321). These wars were actually resulted by the creation of the French Empire by the French General Napoleon, which proved to be the last major challenge to the supremacy of the British Empire until the First World War. The final stages of the Napoleonic Wars (which covered the period of the early years of the nineteenth century) actually pitted the French Empire lead by Napoleon against various coalitions (from the Third to the Seventh Coalition) composed... : the...
Preview
Research
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana Hasnain-Wynia, the research was aimed at examining the association that exists between the hospital community and the quality of care measures (Kang, Raymond, and Romana Hasnain-Wynia, 12). The process included the quality care for people with various conditions among them heart condition, acute myocardial infarction, heart failure and pneumonia among others. Multivariate linear regressions were used and yielded the findings... Quality remains one of the most disturbing aspects of health care in high, middle and low income countries. As most of the governments focus on growth, the growth is unmatched with an equal quality watch rendering the services less helpful to the recipients. According to a ...
Preview
The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Americana.” 1 Whether or not this was a goal of America or a position they have simply been placed in whether it was desired or not; the United States has stepped in, on many occasions, in the civil wars of other countries, where American investment or interests have been low. Many feel it is the humanitarian aspects that draw America’s involvement. Regardless, many Americans are tired of this country being place in that position. Others, however, including experts in their field, like Max Boot, have a different perspective on Americas place in world politics. In his novel, "The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise... ? Book Report/Review Discussing "The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and...
Preview
The Short ID Exam
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Mongolica A period of peace and stability after the conquest of the Mongolian Empire 9. Sha Ismail Safavi Shah of Iran between 1502 and 1524 and founder of Persia’s Safavid Empire. He also played a major role in overseeing the dominance of the Twelver branch of Shia Islam over Ismaili. 10. Leo Africanus This is El Hasan ben... The Short ID Exam By Normative Sources These are sources of information that offer guides on the ethical/correct way of doing something. There are three normative sources in Islam: The Qur’an, the hadiths, and classical Islamic law. 2. Historiography This is the study of materials written by Muslim historians on the events of the early Islamic period. 3. The five Pi...
Preview
Two legal codes
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana Burgundinum. This paper... Two Legal s Hammurabis which is a law established by a Babylonian king by the Hammurabi s back to 1772 BC. The basically consisted of 282 laws and punishments that accompanied certain actions. The code was established by legal experts under the direction of the king in a bid to create a universal set of laws that would serve the different people that the expanding kingdom hosted (US History par. 1). The Burgundian king, Gundobad established the Burgundian code. Also called the Lex Burgundionum or Lex Gundobada, the code was formulated in 484 AD (Calmette 47). The law code which was improved to benefit the Roman subjects a few years later came to be known as the Lex...
Preview
Movie Review Essay An Inconvient Truth (with Al Gore)
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Americana, and is decidedly non-partisan in its outlook. However, what it also does is allude subtly to the Bush administration's lack of leadership on environmental issues. Though the film is dominated by Al Gore giving a slideshow on the science of global warming, it has some, has lots of breath... An Inconvenient Truth is about an impertinent truth that is facing mankind: global warming. The protagonist of the film is Al Gore and his efforts inthe film largely comprise of educating the public about global warming, with the goal of creating the political will necessary for the United States to take the lead in efforts to lower global carbon emissions. The film tries to inspire the need of a Pax...
Preview
House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Britannia are marked periods in recent history. The former refers to the time between the late nineteenth century and the beginning of World War I while the later pertains to a prolonged period in our history marked by global peace due to British political and military supremacy. It is also often spelled as Pax Britannica, a period distinctive... & Number: The House of Mirth (by Edith Wharton) 12 November (Estimated word count 020) IntroductionPeople can be characterized by the times or era in which they lived. These particular periods in history can be described by the prevailing cultural and social mores of those times. Examples are the Belle Epoch (sometimes spelled as La Belle Epoque) and the...
Preview
House of mirth
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Britannia are marked periods in recent history. The former refers to the time between the late nineteenth century and the beginning of World War I while the later pertains to a prolonged period in our history marked by global peace due to British political and military supremacy. It is also often spelled as Pax Britannica, a period distinctive... & Number: The House of Mirth (by Edith Wharton) 12 November (Estimated word count 020) Introduction People can be characterized by the times or era in which they lived. These particular periods in history can be described by the prevailing cultural and social mores of those times. Examples are the Belle Epoch (sometimes spelled as La Belle Epoque) and the...
Preview
Pilates Basic History, Guidelines and Benefits
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...Romana Publishers, 1980. Print. Calderone, Gary. Pilate’s Path to Health: body, mind and spirit. London: Harper Publishers, 1998. Print. Isocawitz, Rael. Pilates Anatomy. New York: Heineman Publishers, 2001. Print.... Lecturer: Pilates refers to a system of physical fitness that was developed by a German physical – culturist called Joseph Pilate. It has become popular over the years, and by the year 2005, there were many people practicing it, In US alone, it had reached eleven million. Pilate referred to this method as Contrology. This is due to the fact that he believed this type of physical fitness regime made use of the mind to control body muscles. As a body conditioning mechanism, Pilate aids in...
Preview
Corporative Governance Essay
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana of Romania experienced successful cases of good corporate governance in 2004. Due to itemized corporate governance, the institution was able to access cheaper debt that made it possible for the bank and its affiliate rating agencies to access lower borrowing costs. Fitch Ratings up graded both individual ratings and long-term counterparty ratings from C/D and BB- to D and B+ respectively. The company cited the upgrading of the ratings came because of improvement of the corporate governance... Corporate Governance Good corporate governance does not only keep companies out of troubles, but also regularly attract large investment premiums, makes cheaper debt accessible, and outperform the company’s...
Preview
Marketing in Hotel Industry
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax will decide the value of the hotel. The ancillary services areas like the coffee shops, bars, specialty... Marketing-a hotel perspective "Marketing is a societal process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating, offering and freely exchanging products and services of value with others" - Philip Kotler Marketing is the economic process by which goods and services are exchanged between the producer and the consumer and their values determined in terms of money prices. Marketing originates with the recognition of a need on the part of a consumer and terminates with the satisfaction of that need by the delivery of...
Preview
Why was there so much violence in Rome in the late Republic
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana Instituti Danici. LErma di BRETSCHNEIDER. Zander, Horst. (2005). Julius Caesar: new critical essays. Routledge.... Why was there so much violence in Rome in the late Republic? Until about 133 B.C., the era of the Gracchi brothers, Rome had a mix constitution constituted by monarchic, aristocratic, and popular elements – this, together with the military domination of the Italian peninsula and the foreign wars with Carthage, Greece, and beyond, had mainly succeeded and achieving for Rome and its cities a facsimile of domestic peace and order. Then, wrote Susan Wiltshire, Rome’s age-old tradition of tolerating, even of promoting violence, particularly in settling disputes began to increasingly define ...
Preview
Chinese Culture
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Pax Mongolica, ruled the country. It has been said that so thorough was the conquest that a naked maiden on horseback could ride the length of the country without fear of molestation. Yet even this indomitable tribe finally embraced the Chinese way of life and even their religion. Similarly the Manchu-s in the middle of the 17th century. Secondly, the recalcitrance described in the last point was an obstacle not only... China entered the feudal age long before Europe did. Only the earliest dynasties, most of them shrouded in the mist of legend and mythology, were based upon slave labor. The Xia and Shang dynasties, information about which is difficult to come by, were very probably dependent upon slavery ...
Preview
Marketing-A Hotel Perspective
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax will decide the value of the hotel. The ancillary services areas like the coffee shops, bars, specialty restaurants, the discos, the laundry service, and gymnasium ,the cyber cafes, catering at the banquets... Marketing-a hotel perspective “Marketing is a societal process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating, offering and freely exchanging products and services of value with others” - Philip Kotler Marketing is the economic process by which goods and services are exchanged between the producer and the consumer and their values determined in terms of money prices. Marketing originates with the recognition of a need on th...
Preview
Migration from Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico in the 80's
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana and Puerto Plata which attracted so many interested workers form the Caribbean island as well as Puerto Rico. (Bulmer) From this time the historians continued to document the growing number of the people from Puerto Rico in the Dominican Republic and especially in the 20th century. For instance the census done in Dominican showed that there were six thousand and d sixty nine Puerto Ricans living in the Dominican Republic. The religious affinities, linguistic... Migration from Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico in the 80's   Migration of people from one destination to another has been happening since time in immemorial. People migrate for different reason and there is always a tangible need to move ...
Preview
Caligua Roman Empire
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Romana: Damnatio Memoriae and Roman Imperial Portraiture. Boston: Brill, 2004. Print.... Caligula Caligula (August 31, 12 A.D. - January 24, 41A.D was a part of the Julio-Claudian dynasty and is best remembered for his madness. His full name was Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, his father the adopted son of Tiberius, was a very successful general, but died before Tiberius, thus never ascending to be Emperor. The name Caligula, not his given name, is actually a nickname that means ‘little boot’, a reference to his childhood where he would go on military campaigns with his father and often dressed in a child sized military outfit, complete with boots (these looked more like sandals than what...
Preview
Marketing, ( The All Seasons Hotel) - Assignment.4
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...pax or rooms. Promotion: The All Seasons Hotel will be positioned as a business convention hotel for small groups. Promotion would be carried out on-line with relations to contextual advertising with popular search engines like Google and others. Also the associations to which the target segments would belong would also be roped in for publicity. Price: The room rents would remain unchanged and the banquet hall would be offered as a compliment. B. As industries like fuel, glass, china, ceramics, armaments, ferrous metallurgy, machinery... Marketing Unit Marketing Task A: The basic objective of the proposed marketing mix is- 1. To de-risk the dependency of the tourists coming from US and Japan, and 2. ...
Preview
1 - 50 results of 156 items
Contact Us