Briefly examine Roman art, architecture and technology in 500 B.C.
Going on the assumption Charlemagne was not only effective as a leader but one of history's great leaders, what modern leader could compare to him and why?
"Can the Crusades, in any way, be called successful?" This job examines its successes.
Why is it important to understand how Judaism and Christianity have shaped Western thought?
A. What conditions allowed this culture to grow and become dominant during its particular epoch? b. What outside influences may have contributed to either the growth or decline of this culture? c. What interaction/influence may this culture have had on the other cultures listed?
Why should students study the humanities regardless of their college major? Reasons are listed to validate.
1. How could someone's being more culturally aware work to his or her advantage in today's global economy? 2. Do we humans learn from the past, not just its successes but also its failures? Yet, if this is true, why do we often fail to heed the lessons of the past?
* Neolithic Culture * France * The Rosetta Stone * Homo Sapiens I was asked to choose one from the above list and to answer the following questions: (I chose Neolithic culture). 1. What is it, or who are they? 2. what contribution to western culture? 3. Why does any one care? References please.
Interfaith sharing is becoming common in communities across the country. For example, here in Tucson the coalition of Congregation Ner Tamid, the Islamic Center of Tucson and St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church call themselves an "interfaith task force." They schedule community movie nights on Sundays, followed
In the past twenty five years or so, many states have passed legislation that mandates that 1 percent of any publicly funded building or renovation project that budgets at more than $100,000 must be set aside to buy art for the construction project. The project might be a new courthouse, or a stretch of highway, or a new wing at
What is creativity, * and * can creativity be taught, or can it be learned? , no dictionary definitions.) Someone can learn to play the piano, or can be taught to do calculus, or can be trained to write a short story. Is that learning, that teaching, that training the same thing as being creative? Why or why not?
A Comparative Review of "Arab Historians of the Crusades", by Francesco Gabrieli (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969), xxxvi, 362; and "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes", by Amin Maalouf (New York: Schocken Books, 1985), xvi, 293. Review by Dr. Paul-Thomas Ferguson. In this review, Dr. Ferguson compares and contrasts
"The Age of the Crusades: The Near East from the Eleventh Century to 1517", by P.M. Holt (Longman, 1986), Review
"The Age of the Crusades: The Near East from the Eleventh Century to 1517", by P.M. Holt (Longman, 1986), xiii, 250. Review by Dr. Paul-Thomas Ferguson. In his review, Dr. Ferguson addresses the material covered in the work and analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the author's approach.
Politically in England, the plague resulted in: a. The decline of the feudal nobility and the centralization of the state. b. The decline of the monarchy and the centralization of feudal government. c. The rise of the church in prestige and popularity. d. Political chaos and peasant rebellion. What is the correct answer
During the High Middle Ages, the Western Church: a) Became an institution controlled by strong, secular monarchs. b) Emerged as an authority dependent on the monarchical secular government. c) Became a monarchy in power and behavior. d) None of the above. My answer is (c), but it is purely a guess.
What is primogeniture and how does it fit in with chivalry?
1. The wife (Allison), is fairly wealthy, but she comes from an ordinary background. How did she gain her modest wealth? 2. Who was Allison's favorite husband, and why did she favor him the most? 3. What did the knight do to get in trouble with the queen and her court? 4. What is the moral of the tale? Note: O
In medieval Europe and England, we see the emergence of chivalry as a code of behavior. What do you believe were the PRACTICAL reasons for such a system of conduct? Any information would greatly appreciated!
1. What observations can we make about Beowulf? For instance, you may want to note what makes Beowulf a heroic figure. 2. Would this character seem heroic in the other cultures we've studied? Why or why not? 3. What about the apparent abundance of boasting? 4. Do we read this differently as modern people than would th
Who are Dionysus and Bacchus? What makes these names significant on a day like New Years Eve?
What are 2 great advances from the Greco-Roman era. Why those advances are significant?
In terms of our prehistoric ancestors, think especially back to humans who lived in caves, what do you imagine their view of nature to have been?
Introduction to the Humanities - The Ancient World to Medieval Times. The role of cultural events and cultural experiences in shaping our worldview. How are the humanities distinguished from the sciences?
1 - Please describe a cultural event you experienced (musical, dance, theater, art, literature, etc.) of your choice, and your reaction to the event. Explain how the event was an expression of what you know about the Humanities, Art, Style, Genius, and Culture of the time period it represents. 2 - How are the humanities di
I must prepare a paper on The Inventiveness of Leonardo Da Vinci. Please help me figure out what I should include. This is for a course on Early Modern Europe (1500-1815) and is for a 2nd year University level course. Just looking for help in preparing an outline for an essay. I've set the deadline for 12 hours as im tryi
Please tell me about the good or bad impact that the Crusades had on Islamdom. Go into detail about the long-term effects of the crusading movement and how it hindered unification of Islam into a single state.
Was King John a good or bad king and how was he unlucky?