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The Emergence Of Drama As Literary Art

By Michalina Lim
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In
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On 25 March 2022
The morality plays were allegorical stories in which these characters battled for the control of the soul. Audiences loved the immoral characters, and spectators were encouraged to interact with the actors. Throwing rotten food and even getting into scuffles with other spectators became very common. The character of ...

How Did Buddhism Take Hold In Japan History

By Cavan Bannister
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On 02 April 2022

Unfortunately for the Soga, their constant promotion of the gospel worked too well. Empress Suiko’s second-in-command, Prince Shotoku, embraced the Buddhist philosophy. No, he bear-hugged it. The student had become the master. He was even more devout than the Soga leaders.

History Of Democracy

By Ramone Hickman
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On 20 March 2022

The leader exercised both religious and secular rule. Indigenous peoples of the Americas Historian Jack Weatherford has argued that the ideas leading to the American Constitution and democracy derived from various indigenous peoples of the Americas including the Iroquois. Weatherford claimed this democracy was founde...

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With help finally on its way, morale on Wake Island was very high. But unbeknownst to them, due to his failure to defend Pearl Harbor, Admiral Kimmel was relieved of his command of the Pacific Fleet on December 17, being temporarily replaced by Vice-Admiral William Pye. Pye had his reservations about the relief exped...

Of course, a crowd of 6,000 people trying to speak at the same time would not have made for effective government. So the Athenian system also relied on a 500 member governing council called the Boule, to set the agenda and evaluate proposals, in addition to hundreds of jurors and magistrates to handle legal matters. ...

The Entire History Of Ottoman Empire

By Annette Holloway
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On 26 January 2022

In 1914, the Ottoman Empire entered World War I on the side of the central Powers, and they were defeated in October 1918. The title of the Sultan was officially eliminated in 1922 and this marked the official end of the once mighty Ottoman Empire. The remaining lands of the Empire became the Republic of Turkey under...

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Mapping Taiwan History

By Katelyn Blackwell
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In europe
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On 01 February 2022
Invasions have been launched there. Western powers have tried to root themselves in the East there. Trading posts have been.posted there. Taiwan is a naval crossroads- crosscurrent, whatever the naval term for that would be. It’s mountainous ranges prevented full control of the island by any outside power for at le...

It was actually called the United East India Company, or VOC for short and its creation marked a new chapter in the history of the Netherlands. The political motivations were clear: the Dutch needed a new economic engine to fight off the Spanish and to restore their wartorn country. The VOC was their only hope which ...

The Misunderstood Legacy Of China

By Darsh Gray
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On 05 March 2022

in a grave that was already an exceptional find, a tomb that had never been raided. Mysterious music Inside was a skeleton, and on the skull the beehive hairstyle studded with jewels. The skeleton was of a young woman named Li Chew a minor descendant of the Tang royal family. For 18 months, the team carefully picked ...

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Japan History Geography Economy Culture

By Miley Sutherland
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In asia
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On 29 November 2021
The Humid Subtropical and Continental climates are characterized by four distinct seasons, and being present in Japan, have become a part of their culture and art history. The snows and chill of winter contrast with the full green leaf and sweltering heat of summer, while autumn bursts into vivid color, thanks to so ...