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    Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala was a native Peruvian who had Incan ancestry. As a son of a Spanish nobleman, he was exposed to the colonial power of the Spanish but had the knowledge of Incan society and history. Guamán Poma is best known for chronicling the events that partook in Peru as the Spaniards continue to establish themselves as the dominant power. In his illustrated letters to Spain’s King, King Philip III, he detailed the accounts of ill treatment that the Spaniards did towards the Andeans.The letters, El Primer Nueva corónica y el Buen Gobierno or The First New Chronicle and Good Government, told Andean history and society before the Spaniards came and criticized the additional power exerted by the Spaniards. The First New Chronicle…

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    was one that would help shape the history of Europe. This war as the name entails was a war that lasted near a hundred years between England and France. The war was the start of a revolution in where the combat superiority of the knight was beginning to give way to infantry Since this war was one that took over the course of such a long period of time it is impossible to see how the two countries compared to each other in many different aspects. To look at each of their militaries at the…

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    Hundred Year's War

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    The hundred year’s war erupted between two long time medieval rivals, England and France. The war lasted even more than one hundred years with many people, battles, and even a French civil war.When France and England had that temporary cease fire, it could have been over. The civil war is what drew England back in. Without the war most likely never would have started again. The one hundred year’s war was a long one, with many peculiar events. King Edward III of England was one major player in…

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    Third Crusade Causes

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    the year of 1189 and lasted for a difficult three years.(Wiki) The Third crusade was caused by the capture of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin who was muslim.(A&E)The spreading of word that the Holy City had be captured by muslims spread like wildfire, soon the people would shout and scream for war,they wanted another crusade and that is exactly what they would get. What started the Third Crusade European leaders upon hearing the news were outraged at the fact that the Holy City was being…

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    Most people think he was a hero because while referring to the textbook, “Alexander’s efforts to build an empire made him one of the greatest conquerors in history”, thus giving him the name Alexander “the Great”. Conversely, what really was important was how he ruled and conquered; most of his “genius” ideas came from his father, not him. Doc: 2 stated, “Army that he had was good only because of Philip of Macedon’s reorganization, reformed and strengthened army”. Only with Philip’s army,…

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    Alexander the Great was born on July 20, 356 B.C. in Pella, the capital of the Kingdom of Macedonia. He was the son of King Philip II of Macedon and Queen Olympia, the daughter of Neoptolemus I. As a child, Alexander hardly ever saw his father due to the fact that he spent most of his time engaging in some sort of military actions. Philip had arranged for this son to receive a Greek education so he hired Aristotle to be his son’s tutor. Over the course of three years, Aristotle taught Alexander…

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    The Holy Catholic Church

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    church, but it either did not last long, or simply wasn’t enough to satisfy the Church’s likely rising dissatisfaction of their status under secular rulers. In no surprising news, similar issues would arise again. The Unam Sanctam, hanging on all this, is Pope Boniface VIII’s climatic statement of Church supremacy. Of particularly poignant nature is the opening statement of the document: the declaration that his church, The Holy Catholic Church, is the only true catholic church and apart from…

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    He was very involved with his land in France and was very focused on his rivalry with Prince Philip, as he wanted as much land in France as possible, even more than the actual king of France did. Although some may say that Richard was fighting for England and was fighting crusades for the church so he could be seen as pious. However, in his ten-year reign, only 6 months of it was spent in England. It did seem as if as soon as Richard returned home, he wanted to leave again. This showed that he…

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    Aquinas Theory Of State

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    The period from 1296 to the early 1500s was an era that saw significant change in the relationship between temporal and ecclesiastical authority. The driving force in relations between these two entities shifted from assessing the role of canon law to the strength of new ideas and political thought. Historians such as Ullmann place emphasis on the translation of Aristotelean ideas for this change whereas others, like Black and Coleman argue the change was as the result of a natural progression…

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    The clash between Pope Boniface VIII and King Philip IV of France began in the year 1296 over taxation of the French Clergy. Specifically, King Philip IV implemented taxes over the clergy and all other laymen of the French kingdom with a motive to fuel a war with King Edward I of England. Refuting this, Boniface asserted that no cleric was to pay taxes to a king without proper papal consent. If the clergy went against his commands, Boniface threatened excommunication to all who ignored him.…

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