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World War Ii Countries In The World
784 wordsThere are many Countries in the world, but non-like France. France is one of the most interesting countries in the world because of their history, creative arts, and even their transportation. One of the reasons why I think France is an exciting country is because France is an independent nation in Western Europe. It is also the center of a large but diminishing overseas administration. France is considered the largest Western European country. It is shaped roughly like a hexagon, and three of i...
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Encarta Encyclopedia Tells Mark Perry Pg Israel
476 wordsThese words could have come out of the mouth of a Christian, Muslim, or a Jew because Jerusalem is the center of all three of the religion. This piece of land is sacred to Christians, Muslims, and Jews. There is a lot of violence going on between Israel and Palestine over this land. According to my research, it all started on September 26 2000. This started because Palestine wanted Jerusalem to be in control of an Islamic government, on the other hand Israel wanted it to be under Jewish command....
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Modern Roman Alphabet Colonies All Over The Mediterranean Phoenicians
753 wordsThe Mediterranean Sea has spawned many civilizations through history. The Phoenicians, which originated around 1200 BCE, is one example. Despite the rather small size of this civilization, its impact on our world has been considerable. Being a seafaring nation, the Phoenicians established colonies all over the Mediterranean area, including the present-day cities of Carthage and Tripoli. As notable traders, they shared cultures with many nations, which allowed their invention of the alphabet to s...
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Ancient Egypt Land Of The River
1,683 wordsAll of Egypt is the gift of the Nile. It was the Greek historian Herodotus who made that observation. The remarkable benefits of the Nile are clear to everyone, but through history he was the first to talk about it and consider its fascination. Through history, the Nile played a major role in the building of civilizations. The first civilizations to appear in history started on a river valley or in a place where resources are numerous and example of these are in India where Indus river is found ...
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World War Ii Detroit Gale
960 wordsGreat pieces of literature are influenced by their authors life and the times in which they were written. These two factors combine to make literature that is both entertaining and meaningful to readers. Joseph Hellers outrageously funny and very affecting novel Catch- 22 is a perfect example. Heller draws on his past and alludes to events happening during the time in which he wrote to create what the Chicago Sun-Times called an apocalyptic masterpiece. Hellers past is very evident throughout Ca...
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Lower Egypt Upper Egypt
321 wordsAncient Egypt was divided into two primary sections known as Upper and Lower Egypt. Lower Egypt is north of Upper Egypt. The Mediterranean Sea borders it to the north. The Nile River breaks up into tributaries in Lower Egypt and they mostly empty into the Mediterranean Sea. One branch goes to the Gulf of Suez. Lower Egypt is greener and less dry. It was known as the Nile Delta where crops grew easily and there was much wild life. The Nile River would go through periods where it would overflow it...
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14 Th Century Middle Ages
2,036 wordsImagine yourself alone on a street corner, coughing up bloody mucous each time you exhale. You are gasping for a full breath of air, but realizing that is not possible, you give up your fight to stay alive. Youre thinking, why is this happening to me? That is how the victims of the Black Death felt. The Black Death had many different effects on the people of the Middle Ages. To understand the severity of this tragic epidemic you must realize a few things about the plague. You should know what th...
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1 000 Population Ottoman Empire
3,717 wordsEconomy is Economy I. Introduction Economy is a science including many changeable subjects when researching in a certain vicinity. To explain basic economic regulations of the world in a homogeneous structure does not fit the economics nature. Even if economy is a process that can show diversified changes, behind these there are concrete reasons that effect long term economic programs that should not be missed, which is historical process. When researching a county s economy, the priority should...
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Greek City States Ancient Greece
265 wordsThe geography in Ancient Greece did affect the way the Greeks lived their day-to-day lives. Greek? s geography prevented most kinds of agriculture the opportunity to grow. Also, it forced most of the Greek city-states to develop their own customs and government. Being on the seafront of the Mediterranean Sea gave them many opportunities to make an empire. In Ancient Greece, there were many mountains, which prevented most forms of agriculture to grow. This forced the Greeks to harvest small amoun...
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Prime Minister Coastal Plain
719 wordsIsrael is a small country in southwestern Asia. It occupies a narrow strip of land on the Eastern Shore of the Mediterranean Sea and is bordered by Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt. Israel has four major land regions. They are (1) the Coastal Plain, (2) the Judeo-Galilean Highlands, (3) the Rift Valley, and (4) the Negev Desert. The Coastal Plain is a narrow strip of fertile land along the Mediterranean Sea. The Judeo-Galilean Highlands include a series of mountain ranges that run from Galilee-...
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Leonardo Da Vinci One Of The Great
1,512 wordsItaly (Italian Italia), republic in southern Europe, bounded on the north by Switzerland and Austria; on the east by Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea; on the south by the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea; on the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Ligurian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea; and on the northwest by France. It comprises, in addition to the Italian mainland, the Mediterranean islands of Elba, Sardinia, and Sicily and many lesser islands. Enclaves within mainland Italy are the independent...
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Mediterranean Sea North Africa
554 wordsSeptember 23, 1997 by Jordan Bruins Libya Libya is a petroleum-rich Arab nation located in North Africa. Libya is Africa's fourth largest country. The flag of Libya is completely green which is the traditional colour of Islam. Islam is the state religion. Libya has been under the rule of Ottoman Turks, Italy, and under French-British administration. Its formal name is the Popular Socialist Libyan Arab Jamahiriya which means state of the masses. To the north lies the Mediterranean Sea, Egypt and ...
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Shrubs And Bushes Mediterranean Vegetation Low
587 wordsMediterranean Vegetation Mediterranean vegetation This is an essay about vegetation typical of a Mediterranean climate. In this essay you will find out about how plants survive and multiply in a dry heat and the different types that exist. I will also compare Mediterranean vegetation with that of a colder climate. The regions that we will be looking at are those that border the Mediterranean sea. These are, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Greece, Albania,...
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Don Juan Pope Pius
2,869 wordsIntroduction During Untitled By: Mike Dielman Introduction During a morning of blazing heat of the first July 1571 shouting of joy everywhere in Barcelona could be heard. 47 galleys were about to weigh the anchor in the port. The leading ship was the Reale and the supreme-commander Juan d 'Austria went on board. It was not his intention to inspect the fleet but to make himself familiar with the ship. The Reale build in the shipyards of Barcelona was kept in the colors of Don Juan: Red and Gold. ...
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