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be known as the Byzantine Empire wasn't just an extension of the Roman Empire; it was part of the empire itself that flourished for nearly another millennia. The Western Roman Empire simply declined into a state of existence that made it vulnerable…
Whether or not he really said it is debatable, but the meaning of such a statement is clear. Through the course of the 17th Century various regimes across Europe began to model their states of off the very theme of "I am the state,"; that is, the…
out in a space of less than a ten years. You probably cannot imagine such an event occurring; it seems unreal. Yet, this very thing happened in the between the years 1347 and 1351 in Europe. This massive destruction of human life was known as the Black…
we viewed in class made me aware of things I had no previous knowledge of. Before organized religion took root and spread like a fungus throughout Europe, women had a high status in much of that continent, in areas of healing, midwifing, perception,…
old Charlemagne came to Rome in answer to Pope Leo's cries for help against enemies that wanted to overthrow him. Despite the fact that this wasn't his first time being crowned, he didn't expect to be crowned the Emperor of the West, by the pope.…
Throughout history, there have been many philosophers who have looked at their environments, all seeking the remedies to the social, economic, and political problems faced by its people. Among them are Niccolo Machiavelli, John Locke, and Karl…
First they conflicted with the sea power and trading center on the coast of northern Africa, Carthage. They fought over the Mediterranean Sea in the Punic Wars. In the first war, Rome conquered Sicily, and made it the first Roman province, and…
power, some were more crucial than others. The Social Democrats and the Center Party failing to form a coalition, the depression, and the passing of the Enabling Act were of the more critical ones. The depression in the early 1930s helped Hitler's…
the principles of the new society in France. These ideas called for individual human rights and grew out of the Enlightenment. A mix of many rich new ideas allowed legal equality, representative government, and individual freedom. The calling for…
better known as the Black Death, killed 25 million people in 5 years. It started spreading around the year 1000 AD. It got worse and worse until 1352 AD. Then it would reoccur in small outbursts until about 1600. It is still found today though…
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