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History of the TrebuchetHistory of the Trebuchet
The trebuchet was mainly used for sieges during the Middle ages as a way to break down the defenses of the opposing side. The first known record of the use of trebuchets dates back to 300 bc in China. It first showed up in Europe during the
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The Queen Ancient And Modern: Aeschylus’ ClytemnestraThe Queen Ancient And Modern: Aeschylus’ Clytemnestra
However, such debates are inherently problematic. Clytemnestra’s role has been discussed from a modern perspective, sometimes imposing on the ancient poet’s text contemporary ethical and ideological values that are alien to it
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Tombs and Mummies Ancient Egyptian MummiesTombs and Mummies Ancient Egyptian Mummies
Ancient Egyptians believed that there was a life after death called the 'afterlife.' They also believed that a body had to be preserved after death so that a person could safely reach the afterlife
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AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements
The Higher Still Development Programme originally published and distributed this resource in 1998
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Document Based Question – dbq learning How to Write a dbq task #1Document Based Question – dbq learning How to Write a dbq task #1
Task #1 – Deconstructing the question. Specifically and in your own words describe what the question is asking you to do. Start by circling the directive words. Use the Historical Background to help you in this process
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African Abolition Struggles and Opposition MovementsAfrican Abolition Struggles and Opposition Movements
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God saves the *JewsGod saves the *Jews
An EasyEnglish Bible Version with Notes (1200 word vocabulary) on the Book of Esther
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Were the British soldiers guilty of murder, or were they innocent, acting in self-defense?Were the British soldiers guilty of murder, or were they innocent, acting in self-defense?
Use the information and evidence contained in packets 1-5 to complete each of the following tasks as you work towards developing your verdict for this case
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Dbq: Why was the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) so Devastating to European Society? Historical ContextDbq: Why was the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) so Devastating to European Society? Historical Context
Dbq: Why was the Bubonic Plague (Black Death) so Devastating to European Society?
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The Jews are undoubtedly a race, but they are not humanThe Jews are undoubtedly a race, but they are not human
Salem Witch Trials and the Holocaust can help us learn what can be done in the future to further prevent similar incidents to occur
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Wp #2—mini synthesisWp #2—mini synthesis
First, read the following sources in wrac
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Structural violence is the largest proximate cause of war- creates priming that psychologically structures escalationStructural violence is the largest proximate cause of war- creates priming that psychologically structures escalation
Nancy and Philippe, Introduction: Making Sense of Violence, in Violence in War and Peace, pg. 19-22
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Government Involvement in VietnamGovernment Involvement in Vietnam
Vietnamese torpedo boats attacked two U. S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin, and President Lyndon B. Johnson ordered the retaliatory bombing of military targets in North Vietnam. U. S
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The things they carriedThe things they carried
With The Naked and the Dead, Norman Mailer sets a new standard for American writers about war
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The Vietnam WarThe Vietnam War
War was one of the longest military conflicts in U. S. history, claiming the lives of more than 58,000 Americans and wounding more than 300,000
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