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  • Roman Architecture Research Paper

    of four sections, unlike the other Greek temples. It consists of only three sections. The sections of the Temple of the Pantheon are: - The first section, which is the entrance of pronaos and has a small depth, preceded by a gallery on 6 columns of the periodic style. - The middle and sacred section is called CELLE or NAOS. This section is located just behind the entrance. The third section is called PARTHENON, and from there comes the name of the temple. - The fourth and final section is…

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  • Synthesis Essay: Nebuchadnezzar

    Through an investigation of the hermeneutical and archeological evidence available, Yamauchi argues that there is little reason to doubt that Daniel should be attributed to the sixth century B.C. Archaeological Background The main idea of this article is to reason that the available archaeological evidence testifies to a sixth century dating of the book of Daniel. First, Yamauchi explores the considerations given to Nebuchadnezzar. Here, the author brings into question the idea of the…

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  • Female Gladiators Analysis

    The author, Steven Murray, does this by citing written and archaeological evidence found by scholars and classicists alike. He further tells of the daily lives of both gladiators in general and the public reaction of female gladiators and the women that took up the position. Finally, Murray goes on to discuss whether…

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  • Balenciag Shaping Fashion Analysis

    Before the war, his garments was dreamed by the doomed heroines of Remarque's novels, after the war he dressed the richest women of the Old and New Worlds. At the end of May 2017, for the first time in the UK, the London Museum of Victoria and Albert opened a large-scale exhibition - a retrospective of the heritage of the Spanish couturier: “Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion.’. The project is timed to the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first studio Balenciaga in Spanish San Sebastian and the…

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  • What Is Monte Albán?

    Monte Albán is a huge pre-Columbian archaeological place in the Santa Cruz Xoxocotlán Municipality in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The site is located in a small mountainous area increasing higher the field in the central section of the Vale of Oaxaca where the end northern Ella, eastern Tlacolula, and southern Zimatlán & Ocotlán parts meet. The currently-day state capital Oaxaca City has located roughly 6 miles east of Monte Albán. Beyond being one of the newest towns of Mesoamerica,…

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  • Livia Book Review

    In an especially intriguing section, he discusses the monument Augustus commissioned, the Ara Pacis. In order to avoid scandal, yet still honor Livia, Augustus dedicated the monument on her birthday. He was able to ingeniously promote himself, and also his beloved wife without breaking…

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  • Caribou Management Case Study

    In this chapter, I aim to show how caribou sustain the Denesųłiné. The first section addresses how Denesųłiné safeguard caribou. It summarizes regional influences and caribou management practices. The second section explores how to teach respect for caribou to harvesters. It identifies Denesųłiné challenges related to education and income. These influence the approach to teach wise hunting practices. The third section addresses the advantages and disadvantages of using a community directed…

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  • Myrtle Wreaths

    Getty Villa. Bettina Tsigarida’s “A New Gold Myrtle Wreath From Central Macedonia in the Collection of the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki” published in The Annual of the British School at Athens, discusses a gold myrtle wreath, which was acquired by the Getty Museum in 1993, and sent back to Greece in 2007. This gold myrtle wreath currently resides in the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. This particular article concentrates on provenance, dating, and comparisons.…

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  • Historical Evidence

    Archaeological Evidence & Historical Evidence Similarly any research done today on any time period from Ancient Rome to American history, using the archeological evidence and the historical evidence that is available can really be helpful for understanding a history. There is so much to be learned from the sources created by people who actually lived in the Roman Empire, even if years or generations had passed before they were documented. These forms of evidence can be enlightening but it is…

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  • King David

    Abstract This article will include a discussion on the archaeological evidence for the existence of King David and the size of his kingdom. According to Merrill F. Unger, Archaeology and the Reign of David, as a result of an effective and compelling investigation, the discovery of the enormous borders of the City of David was questionable. However, sections of the Jebusite city wall and ramparts were thought to have included the acclaimed “Great Western Gate.” The Western Gate is an ancient…

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