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  • The Impact Of Trade On The Mediterranean Sea

    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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  • Acculturation In The Mediterranean Sea

    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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  • Italy Research Paper

    Italy, also known as the Italian Republic, is a peninsula located in the south-central part of Europe. Italy’s capital is Rome, which is one of the country’s top tourist destinations, it surrounds the Vatican City. Italy is the forefront of the Roman Catholic Church, home to the Pope, and the Vatican Museums. Italy is a culturally rich, mountainous terrain with a climate that varies considerably from the northern part of the peninsula to the southern. The country’s attractive nature is why…

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  • Rabbit Beach Research Paper

    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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  • Mediterranean Influence On Greek Culture

    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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  • The Tension Between Lavendria And Poseidon

    Long ago in the deep, blue oceans and the boundless seas near Greece, peace did not exist in the waters. Two siblings, Lavendria and Poseidon, were enemies who did not love one another, like brother and sister should. The two fought like cats and dogs, constantly nagging at one another. The urge to start a fight was uncontainable, similar to brawls between the two common house pets. Poseidon, god of the sea and earthquakes, specifically ruled over the Mediterranean Sea. He lived there on a daily…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis

    and the tools used to persuade through it, and finally the overall effect of the piece. Surviving One of the Deadliest Routes to Europe: Refugees at Sea The exigence that the documentary is addressing is the growing refugee crisis in both Africa and the Middle East. It addresses the need for monetary assistance from government agencies, as well as the necessary measures that need to be taken to protect said individuals lives. This documentary also focuses on the dangers of crossing the…

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  • Barcelona Virtual Trip

    to include Poble Espanyol, a Spanish village, which also served as a sport facility during the 1992 Olympic Games, Olympic Port, the beach and fisherman’s quarter, called Barceloneta, the Port Vell, and Plaza de Colon. Drive up Montjuïc Mountains and take a cable car ride with an aerial view of Barcelona. Head back to Barcelona and walk the famous Ramblas Boulevard of Barcelona, a pedestrian mall full of shops and restaurants. Take a train ride to Montserrat Mountains, tour a Spanish Village…

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  • Ccot Economic Transformation

    the Vikings, as they’re very terrified of them for how they invaded Europe monasteries because the Vikings had a lot of money. Lastly, urbanization occurred for which people moved to the city area as well as the Renaissance which is the rebirth of Greek and Roman teachings after the crusades. Now Western Europe’s economic transformation goes on to manorialism, which is, the European peasants doing the lords labor in exchange for their protection. Many schools began to occur in England as this…

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  • Compare And Contrast Sumesian And Greek Culture

    They both were polytheistic, in that they believed that different gods ruled different parts of the world. As this may only be a small part of the Sumerian and Greek society they both have similar concepts. Although many aspects of Sumerian and Greek societies were very similar, there are several differences. Some of those differences include education and location. The location of the Sumerian's is located near the Persian Gulf, next to Arabia, while the Greeks are located on a peninsula on the…

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