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Mesopotamia - history.

Mesopotamia - history. I INTRODUCTION Mesopotamia and the Persian Empire Mesopotamia, located in a region that included parts of what is now eastern Syria, southeastern Turkey, and most of Iraq, lay between two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates. The name Mesopotamia is a Greek word meaning "between the rivers." Its oldest known communities date from 7000 bc. Several civilizations flourished in the region....

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Maya Civilization - history.

Maya Civilization - history. I INTRODUCTION Maya Civilization The Maya civilization encompassed all of the Yucatán Peninsula in present-day Mexico and parts of present-day Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. Ruins of Maya cities, which serve as an indication of the skill and artistry of their architects, have been discovered throughout this region. For reasons still unknown, the Maya civilization collapsed in about ad 900. ©...

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Indus Valley Civilization - history.

Indus Valley Civilization - history. I INTRODUCTION Indus Valley Civilization In the Indus valley area now known as Pakistan, an advanced Bronze Age culture rose up about 2500 bc and lasted for nearly 1000 years. Scholars do not know how it began or whether its people were related to those who now occupy Southwest Asia. Nomadic tribes called Aryans invaded the Indus River valley,...

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Inca Empire - history.

Inca Empire - history. I INTRODUCTION Inca Empire of the Early 1500s The Inca, a South American people, built one of the largest and wealthiest empires in the western hemisphere beginning in the mid1400s. Located on the western coast of South America, the empire extended more than 4000 km (more than 2500 mi) and included regions of present-day Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia,...

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Han Dynasty - history.

Han Dynasty - history. I INTRODUCTION Han Dynasty During the Han dynasty (206 bc-ad 220), Confucianism was the philosophical basis of government. For the first time in China's history, a person's qualifications began to play an important part in the selection of public officials. Overland trade routes were expanded into Europe, and Chinese culture became an influence in neighboring countries. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights...

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Greek Art and Architecture - history.

Greek Art and Architecture - history. I INTRODUCTION Greek Art and Architecture, paintings, sculpture, buildings, and decorative arts produced in ancient Greece, from about 1050 BC to 31 BC. Greek civilization encompassed not only mainland Greece but also nearby islands in the Aegean Sea, the western coast of Turkey (known as Ionia), southern Italy and Sicily (known as Magna Graecia, or Great Greece), and by the late...

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Colosseum - history.

Colosseum - history. Colosseum, largest and most famous ancient Roman amphitheater. The emperor Vespasian, who ruled Rome from and his son, the Roman emperor Titus, dedicated it in AD 80. AD 69 to 79, began construction of the city's Colosseum The Colosseum was completed by Vespasian's younger son, Domitian, who succeeded Titus as emperor in 81. The structure was originally called the Flavian Amphitheater. Modifications...

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Colosseum - history.

Colosseum - history. Colosseum, largest and most famous ancient Roman amphitheater. The emperor Vespasian, who ruled Rome from and his son, the Roman emperor Titus, dedicated it in AD 80. AD 69 to 79, began construction of the city's Colosseum The Colosseum was completed by Vespasian's younger son, Domitian, who succeeded Titus as emperor in 81. The structure was originally called the Flavian Amphitheater. Modifications...

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Babylonia - history.

Babylonia - history. I INTRODUCTION Babylonia (Babylonian B?bili,"gate of God"; Old Persian Babirush), ancient country of Mesopotamia, known originally as Sumer and later as Sumer and Akkad, lying between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, south of modern Baghd?d, Iraq. II BABYLONIAN CIVILIZATION Kingdom of Babylonia Babylonia was one of the first civilizations in the world. It formed around the region where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers...

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Aztec Empire - history.

Aztec Empire - history. I INTRODUCTION Aztec Empire The Aztec created an empire in the 1400s in the region that is now Mexico. Their capital, Tenochtitlán, stood on the site of presentday Mexico City. The empire was destroyed by the Spaniards in 1521. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - history. Aztec Empire, Native American state that ruled much of what is now Mexico...

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Assyria - history.

Assyria - history. I INTRODUCTION Assyria Assyria flourished in the region the ancient Greeks called Mesopotamia. An Assyrian king established what was probably the first centrally organized empire in the Middle East, between 1813 and 1780 bc. In defending their territory from nomadic invasions, Assyrians gained a reputation in the ancient Middle East for being relentless and ruthless warriors. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved....

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Ancient Greece - history.

Ancient Greece - history. I INTRODUCTION Greek Cultural Influences Ancient Greek ideas about art, architecture, drama, philosophy, and government greatly influenced Western civilization. Among the most influential of Greek cultural achievements is the Parthenon in Athens, an outstanding example of classical architecture. The Greek teacher and philosopher Socrates affected Western speculative thought and philosophy with his emphasis on dialogue and rational argument. Greek scientists developed...

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Ancient Greece - history.

Ancient Greece - history. I INTRODUCTION Greek Cultural Influences Ancient Greek ideas about art, architecture, drama, philosophy, and government greatly influenced Western civilization. Among the most influential of Greek cultural achievements is the Parthenon in Athens, an outstanding example of classical architecture. The Greek teacher and philosopher Socrates affected Western speculative thought and philosophy with his emphasis on dialogue and rational argument. Greek scientists developed...

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Ancient Egypt - history.

Ancient Egypt - history. I INTRODUCTION Egyptian Pyramids Located on the west bank of the Nile River on the outskirts of Cairo, the pyramids at Giza, Egypt, rank as some of the best-known monuments in the world. The ancient Egyptians constructed the pyramids to serve as royal tombs. Built without the use of cranes, pulleys, or lifting tackle, the massive structures stand as testaments...

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Aegean Civilization - history.

Aegean Civilization - history. I INTRODUCTION Aegean Civilization, term used to denote the Bronze Age civilization that developed (circa 3000-1200 BC) in the basin of the Aegean Sea, mainly on Crete (Kríti), the Cyclades (Kikládhes) Islands, and the mainland of Greece. It had two major cultures: the Minoan, which flourished in Crete and reached its height in the Middle Bronze period, notably at Knossos (Knosós)...

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Acropolis - history.

Acropolis - history. I INTRODUCTION Acropolis (Greek akros, "highest"; polis, "city"), fortified natural stronghold or citadel in ancient Greece. The Greeks built their towns in plains near or around a rocky hill that could easily be fortified and defended. The word acropolis referred both to the hill and to what was built on it. Almost every Greek city had its acropolis, which...

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Zululand - history.

Zululand - history. I INTRODUCTION Zulu Beehive Houses, South Africa Zululand is a region of South Africa along the eastern coast. The traditional architecture here consists of "beehive" houses constructed of layers of thatch covering a framework of wooden strips. These houses are usually laid out in a circle. There are many variations of this type of architecture in other parts of Africa. James G....

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Suez Crisis - history.

Suez Crisis - history. Suez Crisis, international confrontation along the Suez Canal in 1956 that pitted Egypt against the combined forces of Israel, Britain, and France. The crisis, which was provoked by Egypt's nationalization of the strategic waterway, triggered the diplomatic intervention of both the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). It was finally defused through the...

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Slavery in Africa - history.

Slavery in Africa - history. I INTRODUCTION Slavery in Africa, the institution of slavery as it existed in Africa, and the effects of world slave-trade systems on African people and societies. As in most of the world, slavery, or involuntary human servitude, was practiced across Africa from prehistoric times to the modern era. When people today think of slavery, many envision the...

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Sharpeville Massacre - history.

Sharpeville Massacre - history. Sharpeville Massacre, incident in 1960, when South African police opened fire on a crowd of black protesters. The confrontation occurred in the township of Sharpeville, in what is now Gauteng province, in northeastern South Africa. Following the election of the National Party to office in South Africa in 1948, a policy of racial segregation known as apartheid...

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Shaka - history.

Shaka - history. I INTRODUCTION Statue of Shaka This statue shows the Zulu warrior chief Shaka. His campaign to expand the Zulu nation in the early 19th century, known as the mfecane, led to large-scale migrations of people in southern Africa. Kuus/Sipa Press/Woodfin Camp and Associates, Inc. Shaka (1787?-1828), warrior, military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa. By the time of...

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Scramble for Africa - history.

Scramble for Africa - history. I INTRODUCTION Scramble for Africa © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Scramble for Africa, phrase used to describe the sometimes frenzied claiming of African territory by half a dozen European countries that resulted in nearly all of Africa becoming part of Europe's colonial empires. The Scramble began slowly in the 1870s, reached its peak in the late 1880s and...

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Pan-Africanism - history.

Pan-Africanism - history. I INTRODUCTION Pan-Africanism, philosophy that is based on the belief that African people share common bonds and objectives and that advocates unity to achieve these objectives. In the views of different proponents throughout its history, Pan-Africanism has been conceived in varying ways. It has been applied to all black African people and people of black African descent; to all people...

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Nelson Mandela - history.

Nelson Mandela - history. Nelson Mandela, born in 1918, South African activist, winner of the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize, and the first black president of South Africa (1994-1999). Born in Umtata, South Africa, in what is now Eastern Cape province, Mandela was the son of a Xhosa-speaking Thembu chief. He attended the University of Fort Hare in Alice where he became...

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Mobutu Sese Seko - history.

Mobutu Sese Seko - history. I INTRODUCTION Mobutu Sese Seko Joseph Désiré Mobutu (later Mobutu Sese Seko) seized control of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in a 1965 coup. Mobutu ruled the country (renamed Zaire in 1971) for more than three decades, stifling political opposition and amassing huge sums of money while the country's economy crumbled. In 1997 a widespread rebellion forced Mobutu...

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