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    Stratum 600

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    The material that made up this story was charred, meaning it burned in the fire. A coin of Antoninus Pius was discovered in the rubble, and can also help give this stratum a date, as well as Stratum 500 an end date that is the mid 2nd century because Pius ruled from 138-161. The start and end date for this layer is the same because it did not take long for the story to collapse and…

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    free women and a noble women there were many things which manifested a difference. Both a Nobel woman and a woman of lower class concentrated on their daily routine around their home. For example, both the woman gave their attention towards their husbands and making them successful by being a respectable wife and they also had to raise strong children. Finally, taking a few more steps, here is the last sculpture we will be taking a look at today; “Faustina the Younger”. With exceptions and…

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    Once that has been examined, one can make an informed decision as to what the proper response to this controversial issue should be, and what steps can be taken to spread this informed knowledge. There are two ways to use birth control, or the “pill”: the first as a medication that can be prescribed, and the second as initially intended—to prevent pregnancy. The first, used as a medication, the pill is prescribed to women who have an irregular cycle, and it serves to suppress ovulation,…

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    over and over again with the greatest impudence that some advantage accrues to religion from it.” In 1864, a new pope, Pius IX, released another encyclical, Quanta Cura, condemning the principles that Gregory XVI had condemned just thirty years before. This time, Pius IX wrote against the principle of naturalism. “For you well know, venerable brethren, that at this time men are found not a few who, applying to civil society the impious and absurd principle of ‘naturalism,’ as they call it,…

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    “Constitutions” which more and more gave him power, especially the “Constitution of 1802” which gave him office for life. While also giving him the power to elect his successor which ultimately would eventually be someone from his bloodline. Napoleon was not a man for the better of the Revolution he was a man for himself and for his belief for a weak nation like France was with the ending of the massive Revolution that they had ongoing. One of the main instances from the book that really made me…

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    Apostolic See, whence also rescripts have come. The cause is finished." (Sermons 131, 10) Over the years, this statement has been famously paraphrased as, "Rome has spoken, the matter is finished." It is certain papal infallibility is not a new concept. It is only our understanding of it that has grown and become more simplified over time. Until finally becoming dogmatically defined in 1870 by the First Vatican Council. The pope isn’t always speaking infallibly when he says something; in fact,…

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    The Hundred Years War was a long and hard battle for the French. English had taken their land and rebels started to take control of major towns. When the French believed that they weren’t able to take back their land and fall into English and rebel hands, Joan of Arc was able to save them from generations of despair. Joan of Arc, who believed that god sent her to save France, was a huge inspiration, she saved much of the land even if her debut was cut off short due to false accusations. Joan…

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    unaccompanied by any escort. She discovered a disturbing trend of mentally ill and mentally disable people being routinely imprisoned alongside actual criminals, often as not alongside violent criminals. She began keeping an extensive articulate and astonishingly unedited record of her findings which she published and used to lobby before the Massachusetts state legislature for federal reform and legislation to support and expand hospitals to house mentally ill prisoners. Her efforts not only…

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    The Jesuits Controversy

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    For as long as the Roman Catholic Church has been around, it has tried to solidify its control by strengthening its orthodoxy. One way the Church did this was through persecuting the populace for heresy. It is then ironic to find out that one of the churches most influential organizations, the Jesuits, were disbanded by the pope on rumors of heresy. The pope, Clement XIV, did not suppress the Jesuits for heresy but for more political reasons. After losing the support of Portugal, he dispersed…

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    In Elizabeth Browning’s pleading letter to Napoleon III, Elizabeth uses many rhetorical devices in order to convince the Emperor of France to pardon Hugo. She flatters His Majesty Napoleon III in an attempt to win his goodwill. Second, she uses syntax in order to create an intelligent letter. Finally, she thoroughly explains her purposes to Napoleon. Thus using flattery, syntax, and logos, Browning was able to effectively persuade Napoleon III to pardon Hugo,had of course he sent the letter.…

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