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    Medieval African Art Rock paintings from medieval Africa are one of the oldest types of art in the world. Art in medieval Africa came in many forms such as paintings, masks, statues and textiles. Africans made many traditions with their art and influenced many cultures, including their own. These different types of art were used in many religious practices and many are still used today. Cave paintings are Africa’s earliest form of art, thought to be over 27,000 years old. They show many aspects…

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    Rose missing out. Thornton, was one such designated. A market town, being it's self was no more than a large village. A Charter Market town, in fact, granted by King John in 1205, for a princely sum of two palfreys horses; given in payment by the Baron De Bassy. The Palfry being the most expensive and highly-bred types of riding horse during the Middle Ages. Sometimes they equalled the knight's destrier in price. Consequently, it was popular with nobles, ladies and highly-ranked knights for…

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    access to cheap labour, new markets and products that they could use for manufacturing or sell in the market to earn more money that could be used to industrialise further. The Empire was enormous by the year 1800, and resources such as sugar, wheat and wool were being obtained by Britain. The country could also produce many items for cheap costs, and sell them for profits in Europe. The success of the British Empire helped the country industrialise as large amounts of money were available for…

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    made from wheat grown in American soil. The house 1 live in has been butlt from lumber grown in American forests. The water with which 1 quench my thirst comes from the wells, lakes and rivers of America. The clothes I am wearing were made either from wool of the sheep or cotton grown in Southern states of our great country. America's democratic form of government is the ideal of freedom loving people all over the world. The constitution of the United States not only guarantees to every citizen…

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    I have two firearms because if one firearm breaks I have a backup and I can also fire from to angles. I have two axes Incase some break and to chop down different trees at the same time. I have one horse so there can be travel and the horse can help with bringing in fish, water, and even food. I brought pots, pans, and a stove to cook and boil water. I brought cloth to make extra clothes. I brought three shovels for farming and Incase some break. I brought three things of fishing gear so that I…

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    as small well defined yellowish white patches. Micro aneurysms can develop, which can rupture causing small bleeds. Arterial occlusions due to poor oxygenation of the nerve fibres by the retinal capillaries (Morrison) cause retinal infarcts ‘cotton wool spots’ on the retina. Thickening of the basement membranes of the retinal capillaries can also occur. Proliferative…

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    Vermont’s land began to weaken because of the intense deforestation in order to make room for vast merino wool farms and increasing numbers of crop farms after 1811. With the growing realization of land deterioration, Vermonters started to worry about Vermont’s land becoming unsupportive, which could cause economic decline. The decline in soil quality was drastic, which led to the decline in the number of farm animals the land could support. Vermonters had no idea how drastically they were…

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    style of Navajo weaving which was acknowledged back in the 2oth century is Two Grey Hills, which is extremely fine weaving present in many colors e.g. blended shapes of brown, black, white, tan with beautiful geometric patterns made of natural handspun wool was also available in the exhibition, which attracts the viewer because of the unique patterns. There are currently around 700 total textiles that were donated, and rotate throughout the year.…

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    Neolithic Time Essay

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    Before you can fully understand the changes that occurred in the Neolithic period, you must first know the history of the Paleolithic period. During the Paleolithic period, there was a more equal division of labor. Women worked outside the home gathering plant and animal products. Men also worked outside of the home to hunt for food, locate water, and find shelter. During this period, wealth was not a factor in deciding who had more power because importance was not placed on material goods in a…

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    Alice Baillly Essay

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    Alice Bailly (1872 - 1938)-- At the dawn of the 20th century, an avant-garde movement flourished all throughout France. The new style that swept the art world was called fauvism. The painters within this movement stepped out of the traditional impressionist methods of painting, and took a subjective approach to painting with vibrant colors, bold shapes, and forms. The headlining artist of that movement was Henri Matisse. There were many male Fauvist artists known for their artwork and creative…

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