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    as the backbone to many establishments, customs and methods that have become the way of “doing” world history. Ultimately these deeply embedded encounters have inspired the societies we live in today. Although different societies were built on different foundations, I believe the interactions that people have had pertaining to religion were very practical to understanding world history as a whole. I understood the encounters taken place in Classical India, to Ancient Greece and to Ancient Rome to have a profound effect in forming their societies. The presence of Buddhism in Classical India was an iconic part of India’s early history and influenced the rest of the world through expansion. Surely after returning from Bodh Gaya, Gautama returned as the “enlightened one” and sought out to spread Buddhism, as we know it today. The…

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    World History Worksheet

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    Welcome to the Honors World History A Independent Research Portfolio (IRP). In this project you will compare and contrast two of the societies you have studied. You will analyze the similarities and differences between the two societies in terms of one of the following categories: Social, Political, Religious, Intellectual, Technological, or Economic history. (These categories are easy to remember with the acronym SPRITE.) For example, if you choose Ancient Greece and Rome, you might compare…

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    World History And Philosophy

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    World History and Philosophy: Final Paper INTRODUCTION In the beginning, man had thoughts. He had a view of the world and he had God to walk alongside him and shape his ideas. However, there would come a time where God would no longer come down to speak directly to man and his heart. Looking through history, one can observe that men began to have new and different ideas from what God had originally intended. Man began to try to make sense of the world, of his feelings, and of God. Philosophy…

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    Disney World History

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    Disney World: A Place of History, Opportunity and Experience Walt Disney once said, “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” (Walt Disney Quotes) Walt’s curiosity led him to the development of Disneyland, and eventually Walt Disney World. Located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Disney World spans over a massive 47 square-mile area (Overview). Included in this land mass is four theme parks, two water…

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    World History Changes

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    The world today is rife with many problems. Innocent black people are being murdered and no justice is being held, women are raped and blamed for it, refugees are being refused access to safe environments, school shootings and bombings are happening daily, and horrible acts of terrorism are the reason for millions of innocent deaths. The world needs so much change for it to be fixed. Not to mention, many of the world’s most powerful people only care about money. As for the past, many horrible…

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    Ancient World History

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    Today I choose to peruse the site “History of Women in the Ancient World” for my Explorations History links writings. The purpose of this site is teach and tell about the role that women played in the ancient world. Is has link to learn about the role that women played in ancient Judaism. There are many important women in the bible, for instance, there is Rebecca, Ester and other important women. It also has a link to teach us the important role that women played in early Roman history. It has…

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    Women In World History

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    In the feature article, “gender and family” and “women in world history” explains how different cultures and societies treat women during the exploration and colonization period. During the colonization period, men were superior to women and women were expected to follow rules within their society while the males were allowed to be unfaithful and have concubines. For example, in western European between 1600 and 1850, men were allowed to enter brothels while women were to remain pure before…

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    Many different ideas were covered throughout the class of Modern World History this semester. But, imagine living a life completely controlled by the government, where citizens are brainwashed to accept beliefs and ideologies without questioning. From events in WWI to the atrocities in WWII to the brutal Cold War, this class thoroughly went over many important lessons that has happened in our past. However, despite the many topics, the one idea that stood out the most was the method of enforcing…

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    World History Quiz

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    F) Democracy: government by the people G) Direct Democracy: a large number of male citizens took part in the day-to-day government affairs. 3. What cultural ties united the Greek World? They spoke the same language, honored the same ancient heroes, and worshiped the same gods. 4. How were Greek city-states governed? Greek city- states were govern in many ways, Greek’s city states were first governed by a monarchy, then an aristocracy, then oligarchy. 5. Why did Greek philosophers and writers…

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    World History Dbq

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    The European Renaissance was the revival of interest in the culture, literature, and art of ancient Greece and Rome (ch 12, p 471). Our textbook explains that European scholar’s study of the Renaissance was also noted to be Renaissance Humanism (ch 12, p 476-477). Urbanization and population growth instilled urban cathedral schools which influenced intellectual growth known as what our textbooks call the Twelfth- Century Renaissance. Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy were used to examine the…

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