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The Atlantic Slave Trade in local history writing in Ouidah (Republic of Bénin) Robin LawThe Atlantic Slave Trade in local history writing in Ouidah (Republic of Bénin) Robin Law
This paper examines the representation of the Atlantic slave trade in local history writing in the coastal town of Ouidah, in the modern Republic of Bénin
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Faculty of humanities and educationFaculty of humanities and education
Emcvpa options (dance, music, drama & visual arts) the greater part of the degree programme in each case is taught at the Edna Manley College for the Visual and Performing Arts
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Euro syllabusEuro syllabus
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Meanderings while searching for an answer to the dates re Britannicus, Octavia, and more… Summary of conclusions based upon the below quotes from Tacitus and SuetoniusMeanderings while searching for an answer to the dates re Britannicus, Octavia, and more… Summary of conclusions based upon the below quotes from Tacitus and Suetonius
Nero married Octavia after his 16th birthday. Considering that Nero was born December 15, 23 ce, he married her after December 15, 39 ce
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Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus (ad 15 ad 68)Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus (ad 15 ad 68)
Domitius Ahenobarbus, who was descended from a distinguished noble family of the Roman republic
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Scallop-shell reliquaryScallop-shell reliquary
John Milton and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The history of the reliquary and its contents spans more than three centuries, and travels from Italy to England and back
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W objective: To identify and explain the impact of Mongols on EurasiaW objective: To identify and explain the impact of Mongols on Eurasia
In Southern China, under Song dynasty, Mongols were far less violent and more concerned to accommodate the local population
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The Mongols in World HistoryThe Mongols in World History
This perception, based on Persian, Chinese, Russian, and other accounts of the speed and ruthlessness with which the Mongols carved out the largest contiguous land empire in world history
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