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Chapter 5 Bronze Age Cities

Chapter 5 Bronze Age Cities

Chapter 5 Bronze Age Cities Significant Greek contributions begin in 1700 B.C. At this time the group involved are the Mycenaeans. Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey describe the exploits of the Mycenaeans. The Mycenaenans attacked the city of Troy in the 13 th C. B.C. from Crete.

By medwin
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Historical origins of Marseilles

Historical origins of Marseilles

Marseilles : a greek settlement. Historical origins of Marseilles. The Ligurians occupied this part of the coast well before the arrival of the Phocaeans (Greeks from Asia Minor).

By ryder
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Irenaeus and Christology

Irenaeus and Christology

Irenaeus and Christology. Christological starting points. Two givens: There is only one God, and Jesus is Lord Two sources: scriptures and worship Questions Can God suffer? How is Jesus human like the rest of us? How is Jesus divine? . Background. Irenaeus born ca. 140, in Asia Minor

By lucus
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Minoans vs Mycenaens

Minoans vs Mycenaens

Minoans vs Mycenaens. Objective: To be able to describe the geography of the 2 cultures. To identify at least 3 similarities and 3 differences using a matrix. Minoans VS Mycenaean.

By Anita
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The Indo-Europeans

The Indo-Europeans

The Indo-Europeans. Indo-Europeans Migrate. The Indo-Europeans were a nomadic group coming from the steppes north of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Black and Caspian Seas. They were pastoral livestock herders.

By diamond
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Queen Hatshepsut and King Ramses

Queen Hatshepsut and King Ramses

Queen Hatshepsut and King Ramses. Queen Hatshepsut. Ruled from 1503-1482 B.C. Married to Thutmose II After her husband died, Hatshepsut dressed like a man and ruled as a pharaoh. She became the first female pharaoh in Egyptian history. . Hatshepsut’s Accomplishments.

By ady
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“The Test of Obedience” 1 John 1:5-10 05/23/2010 Dr. Dane Boyles

“The Test of Obedience” 1 John 1:5-10 05/23/2010 Dr. Dane Boyles

“The Test of Obedience” 1 John 1:5-10 05/23/2010 Dr. Dane Boyles. 1 John 1:5, NIV. 5 This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all. 1 John 1:6, NIV.

By JasminFlorian
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Anaximander of Ancient Greece

Anaximander of Ancient Greece

Anaximander of Ancient Greece. By: CJ Lyons. December 16, 2009. Anaximander.

By jaclyn
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1922

1922

1922. πηγή Γ.Χ. παρουσίαση S_X. The start of the fire seen from Bella Vista. 13.Sep.1922. 05 00 PM. 1922. Buildings on fire and rescue boats. 14.Sep.1922. 06 00 PM. 1922. Buildings on fire at the quay. 13-14.Sep.1922. 1922. Buildings on fire at the quay. 14.Sep.1922. 09 00 AM. 1922.

By gin
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1922

1922

1922. πηγή Γ.Χ. παρουσίαση S_X. The start of the fire seen from Bella Vista. 13.Sep.1922. 05 00 PM. 1922. Buildings on fire and rescue boats. 14.Sep.1922. 06 00 PM. 1922. Buildings on fire at the quay. 13-14.Sep.1922. 1922. Buildings on fire at the quay. 14.Sep.1922. 09 00 AM. 1922.

By talulah
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World Regions

World Regions

World Regions. Southeast Asia. World Regions. World Regions. East Asia. World Regions. World Regions. South Asia. World Regions. World Regions. Sub-Sahara Africa. World Regions. World Regions. North Africa (Sahara). World Regions. World Regions. Middle East (Southwest Asia).

By flann
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Quote of the Day:

Quote of the Day:

Quote of the Day:. “The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.” --Tertullian of Carthage. Rembrandt. The Martyrdom of St. Stephen. Early Christian Martyrdom. Persecution under Trajan in 112. Martyrs of Vienne & Lyons. Seminar: martyrdom of St Polycarp.

By ownah
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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Between 404 B.C. and 362 B.C. Greek states competed. Persia was still playing a key role and Macedonia took the lead.. Macedonian king was dependent on his power from his nobles. 359 B.C. Philip of Macedon becomes king. He was captured by the Thebans and admired the Greeks.

By fabrizio
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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Spread of Hellenism. Macedonia. Macedonia was a former Greek colony King Phillip II of Macedonia deeply respected Greek technology and learning Hired Greek experts to tutor his son Alexander Alexander is a “Greek” by proxy

By vaughan
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Topic 10	 Galatians: Questions about the Law

Topic 10 Galatians: Questions about the Law

Topic 10 Galatians: Questions about the Law. The Churches in Galatia Group of churches – central Asia Minor Location uncertain North Galatia – ethnic territory – 2 nd journey? South Galatia – Roman province – 1 st journey Predominantly Gentile

By ardith
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Turkey

Turkey

Turkey. What was the original location of the Ottoman Empire?. Asia Minor. Asia Minor. How many continents did Ottoman Empire exist on?. 1. Asia 2. Europe 3. Africa. Asia. Europe. Africa. From Asia Minor, name three locations the Ottoman Empire spread to:.

By niveditha
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The Lydians

The Lydians

The Lydians. © Student Handouts, Inc. www.studenthandouts.com. Early History. Lydians originally from Europe Small states throughout Asia Minor following fall of the Hittites 10 th century B.C.E. – dominated western Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). Lydian Civilization.

By mira
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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar. History. His Name. Gaius His given name was one of only eight names given to boys Julius His family name Caesar Name of Gaius’ branch of the Julius family (originally mean “hairy”) HAIR. Upbringing. Poor patricians who lived among the plebians

By sanford
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Ancient Near East

Ancient Near East

Ancient Near East. Outside the River Valley. The Covenant : "you will be my people and I will be your god" Monotheism. Ancient Hebrews. Semitic people at Ur Abraham: the Patriarch (of Judaism, thus Christianity and Islam) Enslavement in Egypt (Hyksos?)

By terrene
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Ancient Empires of Southwest Asia

Ancient Empires of Southwest Asia

Ancient Empires of Southwest Asia. Cradle of Civilization. Sumerians ~5,000 bce. Mesopotamia /Tigris and Euphrates=1 st Civilization Wheel, Cuneiform, magic #12, 60, 360 12 hr.day/12 hr.night Canals, levees, irrigation, bricks Ziggurat, Epic of Gilgamesh ( Utnapishtim ) Conquered by….

By zerlina
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