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    the most well-known seas that had much trade occur upon it, is the Mediterranean Sea. Being able to access these ports, made it easier for countries, such as, China and Phoenicia, to not only receive resources they needed, but sell their own products to other societies that were in need of it. Therefore, being able to trade along the Mediterranean, was extremely…

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    During the 600’s to 1200’s the Mediterranean Sea composed of three regions, the Latin Christians World, Byzantine Empire, and Muslim ruling world. In the Mediterranean world, the Latin Christians, Byzantine, and Muslims cultures experienced acculturations and assimilations amongst one another cultures. The Latin Christians through experiences become acculturated/assimilated from the Byzantine and Muslim cultures, the Byzantine become accultured and assimilated from the Latin-Christian and Muslim…

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    The mountains and the seas were the landforms of Greece that played a significant role in why Greece became such a power house. Greece was composed of an immense amount of tiny city-states which was secluded by mountains. The mountains had caused the communities to become very independent. After a period of time, the Greek communities became so willing to fight to gain advantage over another. The rivalries between the communities led to pestilential warfare that would eventually destroyed the…

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    Located on the remote island of Lampedusa in the Mediterranean Sea, Rabbit Beach boasts it’s transparent blue water, soft white sand, and gorgeous rock formations. Also, it is the location where sea turtles lay their eggs yearly; therefore it is very common for tourists to see sea turtles when taking a swim in the crystal blue waters. Another reason that Rabbit Beach is so appealing to travellers is that it is a nature reserve, so it is extremely clean, and offers no noise pollution because…

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    The Greeks were very active on the sea and sought to expand their influence further into the Mediterranean. By the 7th and 6th century B.C., Greek colonies stretched from the Asia Minor to southern Italy, Sicily, and north Africa, and even some parts of southern France and Spain(Hemingway). The Greeks established trading enclaves along already existing cities along the coast. They spread Greek culture which is found through pottery, silver, bronze, olive oil, and wine. Not only did the Greeks…

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    Location and Geography. This small country is 0.8 square miles (1.95 square kilometers) in size, or approximately the same size as Central Park in New York City. It is the smallest state in the world after Vatican City. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco is surrounded by France on three sides. Nice, France, is the nearest large city at a distance of 11 miles (18 kilometers). Monaco is rocky and situated on steep hills that drop off into the Mediterranean. Part of the Côte d'Azur, Monaco's…

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    1. Greece emerged on a small mountainous peninsula, that was only about 45,000 miles. The sea and mountains played vital roles in the growth of Greece. The seas were used to venture out and establish colonies that aided in the expansion of the civilization throughout the Mediterranean area. The first state of Greece was Mycenae, which flourished between 1600 and 100 B.C.E. It was established when a group of Indo-European people gained control over the Greek mainland. The civilization was made…

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    The civilization of the Greeks included many civilizations and city states. Geography played a major role in in Greek history. Greece occupied a mountainous peninsula, that encompassed only 45,000 square miles of territory. The mountains and sea were especially significant to Greece. The mountains isolated Greeks from one another and the sea helped for trade and colonization. The sea was a great influence on Greek society. The Greeks would become seafarers and Greek civilization would spread…

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    Greece was a place of a variety of differences in geography, ranging from the tall mountains to the blue Aegean Sea. In fact, even the Mediterranean climate was a factor in the Greek’s life, like the city state of Thebes. But despite some geographical differences, Greece maintained themselves and use the geography to their advantage in society, trade, and culture, socially, politically, and economically. Greece found ways to control geography, rather than letting geography control it. Greeks…

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    Research Paper On Palmyra

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    Palmyra is a city located in the ancient Aramic city and it is the central of Syria. It is located in an oasis 245km east of the Mediterranean Sea and 210 km west of the Euphrates River, it is located in the center of Syrian Steppe (cited). Palmyra is at the northeastern slope of Jebel at-Muntar of the Palmyrene mountain chain at an altitude of 600m (cited). Dasmascus its 235km from Palmyra and Homs its 210lm from it, and 210km from Deiz. This mean that Palmyra is very close to the other cities…

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