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Unit 5 Age of Encounter (500-1800) Chapter 14Unit 5 Age of Encounter (500-1800) Chapter 14
The ship is a replica of The Golden Hind, the ship used by explorer Sir Francis Drake during the late 1500s
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Editor’s Introduction: Civilization (Critical Concepts in Political Science)Editor’s Introduction: Civilization (Critical Concepts in Political Science)
In making his observation, Clark did not mean to suggest ‘that the history of civilization is the history of art’. 1 The point he was seeking to make was that civilization was visible, audible
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The high middle agesThe high middle ages
A second strategy is to focus on the feudal monarchies, using a Comparison/Contrast approach to point out their similarities and differences
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Geography and historyGeography and history
New population centres arose in those new lands. There were technical innovations in the agricultural tasks (jobs) too: triennial crop rotation system; seed selection; plough with two wheels and mouldboard; horses and oxen as draught animals; watermills
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Short and hard in the Middle Ages. Most people believed in the Christian promise that they would be rewarded in heavenShort and hard in the Middle Ages. Most people believed in the Christian promise that they would be rewarded in heaven
The Church also taught that if people went against the teachings and rules of the church that they would be punished after they died
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