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Identity of Europe. Ari Aranda Xavier Bigorra Alejandro Grande Arnau Gibert Anna Pascual Daniel Preda. Definitons of europe.

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identity of europe

Identity of Europe

Ari Aranda

Xavier Bigorra

Alejandro Grande

Arnau Gibert

Anna Pascual

Daniel Preda

definitons of europe
Definitons of europe
  • Continent: 49 countries → Subcontient ( Eurasia): Europeis one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, Europe is generally divided from Asia to its east by the watershed divides of the Ural and CaucasusMountains.
  • Europe is the world's second-smallest continent by surface area, covering about 10,180,000 square kilometres. Also is the birthplace of Western Culture.
  • EU : The European Union (EU) is an economic and political union of 27 independent member states which are located primarily in Europa The EU traces its origins from the European Coal and Steel Communityand the European Economic Community. In the intervening years the EU has grown in size by the accession of the new members states, and in power by the addition of policy areas to its remit.
  • Europa GreekGodess: commonherency:In Greek MythologyEuropa was a Phoenician woman of high lineage, from whom the name of the continent Europe has ultimately been taken. 
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2 WORDS AND 1 IMAGE
  • World wars: both started with European wars and it was very important for Europe, it change the structures it was good to the depolpment of Europe. In the first world war battle Britain, France and Russia vs. Germany Austria-Hungary and Italy. More than 9 million combatants were killed. The end for the second world war, was very important for the creation of Europe Union because when the berlin wall, because it makes that booth Germanys join and it were developing to the EU.
latin and g reek
Latin and Greek
  • In the ancient times there were two main languages in Europe, Latin and Greek.
  • Latin:
    • spread to many Mediterranean regions with roman conquest
    • The dialects has spoken in these areas romances developed into the actual Romance ongues: Portuguese, Galician, spanish, Leonese ,Aragon, Catalan,Occitan, French, Romansh, Italian, Romanian and Dalmatian.
  • Greek
    • The Greek comes from Greece, which belongs to the Greek branch of the Indo-European languages​​. It is the Indo-European language which have documented the oldest writings. The writing system used for most of it’s history and even today is the Greek alphabet. The Greek alphabet derived from Phoenician, and in turn gave rise to the Latin alphabet, Cyrillic, Coptic, among many others. Greek has no further origins. Greek has no further origins.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Itisimportantbecauseit has a biginfluenceonthemodernlanguages. Duringyearsafterthetheend of romanempirethepeoplecontinuedtalkingthislanguage. And todaywehavemostEuropeanlanguages come fromlatin.
  • Two examples for words than como from greek psychology = ψυχολογία ( Because Psycho means mentality activity , and logy means study )Democracy = δημοκρατία ( Because''Demo'' means town, and cracy means power.)
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Image Charlemagne Because was father of Europe. Charlemagne restored imperial authority. Reorganizing the empire, he gave his reign the appearance of a Renaissance.

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4 WORDS
  • Democracy: demo means town in greek and cracy means government. The it started with Greeks, along the time it was replace by some kings and they impose the absolutism then came the dictator-ships. And finally it develop to democracy and now it’s a typical politic system of Europe.
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Nation-state: Now there are a lot of nations that have different cultures and different languages, laws etc… but some of this cultures hasn’t known in the world. In the past were independents and now no. For example Catalonia were independent, but now it’s inside Spain.

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Cooperation: ever Europe have been join, they some times helps each other to straight on, for example now the countries of Europe create the EU, and they now not at all but ever Europe have treaties with some countries to be better than others global potencies.

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Slavs being the integration mainly from Byzantium, the first millennium, the Slavs live in tribes in the Carpathians. Have a little contact with Greco- Latin culture, they expanded in Danube, and occupied a lot o Russia. In the 15th century, fell under ottoman domination. In 863 the Slavs fashioned a new alphabet.

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1IMAGE
  • This image is the council of Europe. It was the first parlament to achieve political, economic, cultural and social unity among the countries of Europe, it was very important because it achieve that Europe change. It was launcon 5 May 1949 and is based in Strasbourg.
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1 KEY IMAGES(NOT FROM THE TEXT)
  • Image, Europa have a lost of non-known nationalities, for example in Spain there are 3 secundaries languages, catalan, Gallego, Euskera and the principal language is Spanish. However, in England there are 2 secundaries languages, which are Scottish and walesh . The principal language is English.

walesh

Scottish

Gallego

Euskera

Catalan

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2 KEY WORDS NOT FROM THE TEXT
  • Expansion: because in Europe were some historical personalities who built the empire of Europe and this important because this were the first pass to create Europe. For example the Carlemagne empire , the roman empire, and finally Napoleon empire.
  • Dictator-ship: because in Europe were Many dictators for example Franco, Hitler… and it changes Europe because it help to change the politic idees and the society, and now we have democracy for this changes.