Greeks saw the acts of the Gods in everything, even the turnout of the wars. Does this indicate a more primitive society? Are we really greatly different today?
Is it possible to understand past societies and cultures? Why or why not or to what extent is it possible?
I need a internet photo of Callisto that is depicted in either a painting, sculpture, relic, pottery, or even decorations. The piece must be between 1000 BC - 500 BC. I also must know the artist's name, the title, format, the size, the date, and the current location.
THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM A PREVIOUS EXAM PAPER 1) Why were the stereotypes of marginal groups so similar? 2) Account for the different treatment of immigrant groups in the early modern period. 3) When, and for what reasons, did the attitudes towards the Jews begin to change? 4) Why were gypsies persecute
What conditions or attitudes explain the fact that women had no political role in Athens and, in fact, had few opportunities to act in any public or independent way?
I am trying to come up with an argument and I am getting a little "tongue tied" on how to say my point. My thoughts; Jesus was a preacher and healer and began his 'movement' after John's execution. Overall Jesus was not special, but he did focus on the poor and weak to spread his message of 'love, worshiping only on God'. An
1) How were the children raised in Sparta? 2) Who was Lyeurgus? and Who was Leonidas? 3) How would you describe "Classical Sparta"?
1) In what ways was Sparta different from Athens? 2) What advatages did sparta offer to it's citizens? 3) How the geograpy of Laconia and the Peloponnesus affected Sparta's expansion? 4) How exactly did the Spartans organize the Hoplites and Phalanxes.
How do you explain the discovery of the new world by Europeans? Was it an accident, good luck, or the result of a more complex set of circumstances?