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Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP

Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP

Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP. Outline. Historical and contemporary ideals of beauty and methods of body modification The obesity epidemic Ethical and policy questions. Historical Ideals of Beauty. Ancient Greeks valued symmetry

By victoria
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Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP

Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP

Ideals of Beauty and Body Modification Martin T Donohoe, MD, FACP. Outline. Historical and contemporary ideals of beauty and methods of body modification The obesity epidemic Ethical and policy questions. Historical Ideals of Beauty. Ancient Greeks valued symmetry

By gizela
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For Jed, David and Christian C: This research was for you.

For Jed, David and Christian C: This research was for you.

For Jed, David and Christian C: This research was for you. Parallel Timelines: (You don’t have to copy them.). Mongols: 100 * 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 7 Crusades 100 * 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400. Mongols Part 2:

By jirair
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Athenian architecture, art, philosophy, and dramas still astound people today.

Athenian architecture, art, philosophy, and dramas still astound people today.

The Persians lived in the region east of Mesopotamia. Under the leadership of Cyrus the Great, the Persians began a series of conquests in the Fertile Crescent and beyond. . In his sweep across Asia Minor, Cyrus had conquered Ionia, a Greek colony located along the eastern Aegean coast.

By aman
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Greece and Iran

Greece and Iran

Greece and Iran. 1000 – 30 B.C.E. State-building, Expansion and Conflict. Medes Assyrians Cyrus 550 BCE Social Class distinctions Cambyses 530 BCE Further expansion. Warriors. Priests. Peasants.

By affrica
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HISTORY by Christos Sklivanos! 3 rd Grade HighSchool Teacher: Sonia Fotiadou January 2009

HISTORY by Christos Sklivanos! 3 rd Grade HighSchool Teacher: Sonia Fotiadou January 2009

HISTORY by Christos Sklivanos! 3 rd Grade HighSchool Teacher: Sonia Fotiadou January 2009. THE WORD. History is a science that has existed for thousands of years now. How did it all start though? What exactly is HISTORY and what kind of images show up when we talk about it?. IMAGES.

By sera
(121 views)

Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. Which Greek philosopher most closely matches the way you view the world? Why?. Democracy comparison. What you need: Thesis sentence Comparison chart of Athenian and American Democracy 3 quotes that support you argument Explanation of why each quote supports yout argument

By mili
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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Fill the void and then some. Macedonia. A mountainous kingdom north of Greece Macedonians had their own language and identity. King Phillip II 359 BCE. Three Objectives: 1. Create an unbeatable army 2. Unify Greece 3. Roach the Persians.

By rhea
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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. The Macedonian Empire. Macedonians were a people who lived in the mountains of northern Greece Most Greeks considered Macedonians backward Lived in villages, not cities Spoke form of Greek unintelligible to other Greeks (like Pittsburghese )

By dacia
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The External Southern Periphery

The External Southern Periphery

The External Southern Periphery. Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Ashley Vinopal World Geography Mrs. Nelson. Transcaucasia. Today Transcaucasia is made up of three former Soviet Socialist Republics: Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.

By eunice
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The Persians are coming!

The Persians are coming!

The Persians are coming!. Put yourself in the role of an Athenian general. The future of Greek civilisation depends upon the decisions that you will make. Click to begin. The Persians are coming !

By evan
(131 views)

Chapter 4- Ancient Greece

Chapter 4- Ancient Greece

Chapter 4- Ancient Greece. Mariah Kleinwolterink. Greece. The civilization of Greece existed from 2500-350 BC. Different Groups. Crete was the largest island and was a main center for sea trade. The 300 year “dark age” came up when the Dorians overran. Hellenistic culture re-emerge .

By terah
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HINDUISM

HINDUISM

HINDUISM. Origin . No founder Originated in India “Hindu” derived from the name of the River Indus River was originally called “ Sindu ’’ Persians migrated  River was called “Hindu” Inhabitants of the land became to be known as the Hindus Brought to India by the Aryans

By toyah
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Michaela Scanlon, Paige Smith, Ashley Miller, Maya Rhodes

Michaela Scanlon, Paige Smith, Ashley Miller, Maya Rhodes

Welcome to Persia!. Michaela Scanlon, Paige Smith, Ashley Miller, Maya Rhodes. Table of Contents. Farming Pictures Culture Universals: Government King Cyrus Two New Kings Cambyses Darius Quiz Works Cited. Farming. Persians were advanced in farming for many reasons: Fertile farmland

By ankti
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Josephus described it as “the most wretched of deaths.”

Josephus described it as “the most wretched of deaths.”

Josephus described it as “the most wretched of deaths.” Seneca argued that even suicide is preferable to the cruel fate of being put on the cross. C icero called it “a most cruel and disgusting punishment.” Deuteronomy 21:23 “Anyone who is hung on a tree is accursed by God.”.

By todd
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The Israelites 1800 b.c.e. to 70 a.d.

The Israelites 1800 b.c.e. to 70 a.d.

The Israelites 1800 b.c.e. to 70 a.d. Lesson 4- The Jews in the Mediterranean World Section 1 - The Arrival of Greek Rule. The Jews experienced many significant changes under Greek and Roman rule. It Matters Because…. What was life like for the Jews in Greek-ruled lands ?

By hinda
(322 views)

Do Now

Do Now

By raanan
(94 views)

War in Ancient Greece

War in Ancient Greece

Chapter 9, Section 1. War in Ancient Greece. The Persian Wars. 549BC Persians conquered Greek city-state of Ionia. 500BC Ionians rebelled & burned Persian city of Sardis. 490BC 20,000 Persian soldiers said for Greece. Landed near Marathon.

By aysha
(275 views)

Alexander’s Empire

Alexander’s Empire

Alexander’s Empire. Chapter 5 Section 4. Key Terms. Philip II Macedonia Alexander the Great Darius. Philip Builds Macedonian Power. Macedonia- located just north of Greece Lived in mountain villages and not city-states Thought of themselves as Greeks

By orde
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The Peplos Kore

The Peplos Kore

The Peplos Kore. Key Facts. c.530-525 BC Late Archaic period Made from white Parian marble 1.18 m tall Believed to have been dumped on the Acropolis when the Persians destroyed it in 480-479 BC Found near the Erechtheum on the Acropolis in 1884

By azura
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