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    Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt

    Discuss the achievements of Hatshepsut on events and issues that she is remembered for in History and assess her legacy to the world. Hatshepsut was one of the most powerful women in the ancient world. She was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt and the first female pharaoh. She ruled longer […] More

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    Ancient Olympic Games

    In 1895, William G. Morgan developed the game “Mintonette”, otherwise known as volleyball. He originally created this game for businessmen because of its lack of physical contact. Morgan adopted many aspects from several other sports such as the net from tennis. He also borrowed skills from basketball, baseball, and handball. One day while demonstrating the […] More

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    What did it mean for a man in Ancient Greece to lead a good life

    In Ancient Greece, leading a good life is rather more complex than it is in today’s society. It is evidenced in Plato’s four dialogs in The Trial and Death of Socrates. Through the dialogues of Socrates we can learn that in Ancient Greece education, religion, society in general, law and values played a major role […] More

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    Ancient Views of the Concept of Marriage and the Family

    There are several aspects that constitute social life. These aspects include family, religion, leisure, sexuality, intellectual and creativity. The aforementioned aspects are evident in the ancient literature. However, both the Western and the Eastern had different views regarding these social aspects. The paper discusses Western and Eastern views of social life and responsibilities in ancient […] More

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    Ancient Egypt vs. Canada

    Ancient Egyptians are very interesting people. They were very successful and very powerful. Life in ancient Egypt was not easy. They grew their own food and made their own clothes. They did as best they could with what they had. Life in Canada seems easy compared to ancient Egypt. Their cuisine, clothing, language, government, schooling […] More

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    Ancient Egypt

    Egypt is a country that is situated within the North Africa mainly. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Sudan to the south, Israel and Gaza strip to the northeast and Libya to the west and red Sea to the east. It is one among the most populous countries in Africa and […] More

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    Differences between the ancient civilizations of Greece and Egypt

    The antiquated Egyptian and aged Greek human advancements are two of the eldest known developments in our history. Looking again at the past it is most likely Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece were truly incredible. They were building their civic establishment’s peace by peace trough centuries. Egypt is a nation in North Africa, on the […] More

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    Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman Democracy

    “One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.” – Plato The question at hand is whether there were any similarities that led to the fall of Ancient Greek and Roman democracies. This essay will discuss how wars and territorial expansion led to a […] More

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    Ancient Egypt vs. Mesopotamia

    The Egyptian and Mesopotamian societies are two of the oldest civilizations in the history of the world. The Egyptian and Mesopotamian political, social, and cultural parts of their lives developed differently, but there is a similar basis between the two. Although they had similar political systems in that they both were ruled by kings, the […] More

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    Ancient Mesopotamia and Greek inventions

    Our world today wasn’t entirely created from recent achievements. We have collected knowledge from ancient civilizations such as Mesopotamia and Greece by studying their history and improving their accomplishments. These cultures have had a major impact on the daily lives of the people in the modern world. Although Ancient Mesopotamia and Greece were some of […] More

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    Artistic Themes from Ancient Cultures

    The role a man plays in society, as well as the role a woman plays in society is referred to as a gender role. A gender role can include, but is not limited to a person’s status, position, behavior, and activities that is deemed fitting for the sex of that person. Men and women’s roles […] More

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    Shang China VS. Ancient Egypt

    The Shang Period of China (1750-1045 B.C.E.) and the Egyptian Culture (3100-1070 B.C.E.) were separated by thousands of years and developed in totally different regions, yet share some interesting similarities in culture, religion, government, politics, social structure and migration. They were both tomb builders with a highly organized social structure governed by a central ruler […] More

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    Ancient Greek Music

    Ancient Greek music was extremely popular in those times, and frequently used at ceremonies such as weddings and funerals. It was also played a lot because the Greeks saw playing it as a way of worshipping the Gods, pipes and pans were played when worshipping Dionysus, the god of wine and partying and other instruments […] More

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    Women in ancient Greece and ancient Rome

    My paper will compare and contrast women in ancient Greece and ancient Rome. It will cover three areas to the woman’s life; marriage, inheritance and social life. Marriage in ancient Greece was considered one of the most important aspects of a woman’s life, yet she had no control over it. When a woman was to […] More

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    A guide to the good life: the ancient art of Stoic joy

    The believe that the stoics held that, life was already determined and that we were basically actors on a stage following a script, is a thing that each and every individual should be living with. What I think is that when one stresses about what to come or what has already happened, he/she becomes not […] More