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    individuals or groups moving in patterns, either practiced or impromptu, to the rhythm of music. Dance and music go hand in hand, allowing the music to set a tone for the dance, creating different styles of dance. Dance is likely to have begun as a ritual to appeal to a culture’s worshipped being or included in ones “rite of passage” (Histoy of Dance, n.d.). Evidence has been found in India showing the existence of dance in the form of paintings made in caves around nine-thousand years ago (Dance Facts, n.d.). Ancient Egyptians used dance to tell stories visually as part of their religion as well as a form of amusement (Dance Facts, n.d.). Dance was also used in the Greek culture in the “8th century BC” and the Hindu religious practices around the “1st century AD” (Histoy of Dance, n.d.). Greeks as well as Romans hosted commemorations to their gods that included dance among other things such as singing and the drinking of alcohol (Dance Facts, n.d.). Dance in Europe…

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    Islamic Pottery History

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    In the late seventh century a unified religious, political and social culture was established in Mesopotamia which fueled the growth of trade and industry. The acceptance of Muhammad as a prophet and the Quran as the word of God lead to the unification of a vast nation. The religious following paved the way for a new government which in turn paved the way for new industry and trade. Trade grew to new levels when the exchange of goods with China, by both land and sea, put Islamic people in touch…

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    significantly in quality and condition. Next is The Seated Buddha from Gandhara. The Seated Buddha, is an early statue of the Buddha found at Jamal Garhi in ancient Gandhara in modern day Pakistan. It dates to the 2nd or 3rd century AD. The statue was carved in schist, revealing intricate detail, even down to showing the fingernails. This statue would have sat in front of a stupa that enclosed the Buddha's ashes. Religious Pilgrims used statues like this to think on Buddha's teachings before…

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    Yueyang Hsia Yung Analysis

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    Since the Tang Dynasty in 716 AD, the Yueyang Tower has guarded the Northern gateway to the Hunan province, the point where the Yangtze River meets the Xiang River at Lake Dongting. The site, once a platform for the Wu Kingdom (222-250 AD) general Lu Su to train his naval troops1, offers a beautiful and strategic panoramic view of the surrounding area and a near bird’s eye view of the lake – one of China’s largest bodies of fresh water. The tower had already been through numerous…

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    Rise Of Buddhism Essay

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    Buddhism: (1 - 1750) Buddhism originated in N. India, and is traced back to Siddhartha Guatama’s search for an antidote to end suffering in the 5th century BCE. Early Buddhism was spread slowly along the trade routes by Buddhist merchants and monks. In the 3rd century CE, Ashoka, a ruler of the Mauryan Empire, converted to Buddhism. He did not forcefully convert his people, but he sent missionaries to East Asia and left edicts throughout the empire. Buddhism eventually made it’s way into places…

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    Though Islam came at a time over a millennium after the founding of Buddhism, the same roles prevailed nevertheless. Trade provided the framework necessary to move the religion vast distances, and though Islamic warriors also underwent holy wars and conquered new areas, the Silk Roads played a larger role, especially in voluntary conversion. For example, in the late sixth century, the Sui and Tang Dynasties and the Turkish tribes revived several long-distance trade routes through southeast and…

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    Kali Those Jaiminya Brahmana dated around those 8th century bc recounts those story about one Dirgha-jihvi. Dirgha-jihvi or ‘the long-tongued one’ used to lick dependent upon those divine drink, Soma, handled Throughout the yagna that might have been a significant part cherished eventually Tom's perusing those gods. Exasperated by her actions, Indra, ruler from those gods, needed with grab her, Anyhow he Might not get hold of her. Something like that he said, ‘Let nobody perform at whatever…

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    Robert Deignan Case Study

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    Robert Deignan: A Call Center Company Pioneer Robert Deignan is a Co-Founder and CEO of Advanced Technical Support Digital Services LLC (ATS). The company was previously known as inbound Call Experts (ICE). The company was established in 2011 and is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. ATS is a call center which offers technical support to customers via telephone and screen sharing technology. The company is a provider which has the capability to meet all the digital support needs of a…

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    The millennium was labeled by Jonathan Edwards of a time of great peace throughout the world. Which was also described in the New Testament as a time of peace for a thousand years. In A Treatise on the Millennium Samuel Hopkins helps support this idea of harmony throughout all nations. Hopkins a follower of Edwards and a Congregational minister goes into more details about how the idea was brought up and seen in the culture of North America. During this time of early antebellum its easy to see…

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    Notes Summary Source Criticism • Women had little to no authority and weren 't treated as equals in 1st century Palestine • A women 's status and freedom was severely limited by Jewish law and custom • They were considered inferior and subordinate to men • There is no wisdom in a woman except with the spindle" (bYom. 66b) • Men had complete control over their wife and their daughter until she got married establishing their activities and their relationships that they were involved in • Women…

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