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The Roman empire spanned throughout Europe and Northern Africa. It stood from 44 BC to 286 AD. The Roman empire witnessed the time of the gladiator as well as a significant shift in religious views.
Buy a new one, and make sure if the vehicle has a 3.8 v6 to have the headgasket checked..   Expensive, about $800. The nose has to be removed in order to replace the radiator. A good body man can help.   If You want a quick fix, you can use JB cold weld you can buy it at any auto parts…
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owned an 85 ford ltd that did the same thing on a fairly frequent and annoying basis. Think it was a pickup coil next to the distributor. Replaced it, it lasted for a short while, then started again. Some say that there had to be a coat of speacil insulating grease. Traded the ltd and think the ga…
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Hey Pete==Have the brake booster checked out. The diaphragm may have a leak. GoodlukcJoe   just took it out for a test drive and it only happens when car is at operating temp not when cold any ideas?   try flushing out the fuel system. stuff builds up in there and it doesn't run as …
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Maine Tourism Here is some input: Take a look: http://www.campmaine.com/explore/region_info.php Don't miss the "Old Port" in Portland... And for fun, take the Mailboat cruise. A half-day trip around the islands for just a couple bucks! For the true "Maine Hospitality" where you are treated as a…
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%DETAILS% Answer I'm not sure exactly when but when I went to the Institute in the late 1970's for the first time in over 20 years they were gone. The furniture seemed to be disbursed all over the museum. I'm not sure but I think the changes were made to provide room for the collection of mod…
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If you are only going to have one meal a day it should be a huge fresh fruit salad. Example: cut up one medium banana, one medium apple, one medium orange, one small box of raisins. This should fill you up (not for long) but you will get alot of great nutrients and your body will thank you. I sugges…
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Not knowing what state you are in...YES it can. Few states require "notice" if you are referring to "right to cure". None require NOTICE, we are goona repo yo ride. Notice is when they bug you for 60 days wanting to get you to pay, answer the phone, quit pretending its a wrong number,ect. IF you wer…
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How to remove black mold from a poolBlack mold is pretty hard to get off. Chemicals at first are useless because the mold is growing under a hard shell that must be scraped or ground off. Once the shell is off the chemicals can do their job and kill the problem.There are two methods for the removal …
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Julius Caesar invaded in 55 and 54 BCE to deter and punish the Britons for assisting their kindred people revolting in Gaul. He levied hostages and tribute, establishing client kings to maintain the peace and produce the tribute. Problems arose in this arrangement, with two kings fleeing to Rome for…
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catholicism as practiced in Ireland in this period was very conservative and state laws reflected this. there was no divorce, contraception etc for people of any faith. attendance at mass was almost 100% and the bishops had the final say on all matters even loosely connected to morality. deviation w…
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Yes. Bettas, like most other fish, like to swim around. A single betta needs a 6-10 gallon tank with a heater and filter for optimum health. Plants and caves make it more interesting for him. A container without a filter and heataer requires constant water changes and has fluctuating temperatures, b…
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%DETAILS% Answer Ryan, I think you are supposed to find them. If you *read* those numbers of the Federalist and *think* about what you know of how the government works today you should be able to figure this out for yourself. Michael Montagne
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I'm sure you are aware that before the Revolutionary War the British government had placed Boston under military occupation. During that time the soldiers making up the occupying force were quartered in people's homes. People had to provide the soldiers with a place to sleep and food to eat and wer…
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%DETAILS% Answer I'm just guessing here but a "merciful stay" is a stay of execution for a condemned criminal for reasons of mercy rather than justice. Therefor I would guess that when the war ended stayes of execution were permitted for soldiers who had been condemned to death for assorted m…
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The Romans had two different systems. One system was to count the years "Ab Urbe Conditiae", which means From the Founding of the City. That, at least according to legend, was in 753 BC by our reckoning. More often though they designated a year by who held various public offices and, in particular, …
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Gladius. Although usually described as a short thrusting sword, it also worked well as a slashing sword. It should be noted that the full name for a gladius is Gladius Hispaniensis or hispanic sword.The Gladius was adopted by Rome during the third century BC. Made of Bronze or Iron, it is about 2 f…
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Augustus at the turn of the milennium foresaw the problem, and set about stabilising the borders on the defensible Rhine-Danube line, and in the Middle East and North Africa he worked on diplomacy. Instability in the empire started with internal struggles for leadership. Then the successive migrat…
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Xuan Tong's Successor Emperor XuanTong's name is Puyi. Puyi was enthroned at the age of three in 1908 by West Empress Dowager, Cixi, who was the actual ruler of China at that time. XuanTong was the reign name. He was forced to give up the throne by Yuan Shikai, a general and careerist, after Xinh…
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No-one knows for sure but they would all have been domesticated ones that were here already - no-one goes to conquer a country with pets or a zoo with them. --actually, Roman conquerers did bring exotic animals (notably, elephants) to Britain, in order to impress and awe the native population.
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He was killed by a group of conspirators, headed by his close friend and protégé, Marcus Junius Brutus.
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Answer In the period 1866-1918 the Hapsburg Empire consisted of the whole of these countries: Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia. It also included substantial areas of what is now Romania, Poland, Ukraine. It also included small areas of what is now Italy and Serbia. Fr…
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If your not divorced or separated and are just considering (thinking about it) divorce, than it should not be a problem. I would suggest calling the IRS and ask them this question. You don't have to give them your name. If your not comfortable calling the IRS than call one of your local tax preparer…
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Your question has a couple different answers. The first answer would be for an EM medic assign to a FJ Infantry unit. The medic at this level would carry a cloth bag designed specifically for the FJ medic. The bag contained basically the same items a Heer medic would carry in the leather pouches is…
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mainly the language, however that was European and the French added their Latin to the English dictionary. also Catholics came from Rome, in fact Roman Catholicism was the main religion of the Roman empire.
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his legacy was that he created a whole new level of evil and racial,most of which still exists today
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the alphabets of all European languages are desended from the Phoenician alphabet. Hebrew is believed to be very similar to Phoenician. Michael Montagne
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Insert arm into hole. make sure keyway on arm is in the groove. While pushing in, rotate wiper speed portion of arm until it starts to go in. Then rotate wash lever until it locks in place.
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By spending most of their resources on the military and driving the country into bankruptcy. CORRECT ANSWER: Russia became powerful because of it's nuclear weapons: it has over 16,800 nuclear weapons, more than anyone in the world (the US is in second with about 9,600) that is where Russia mostly…
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Answer no Answer YES!!!! Now that hes on smackdown, teddy long is gonna attempt to make him a face, same thing happened with rock, they kept chanting ROCKY SUCKS, look at him now. i guarantee by november, he would already be champion and he will be a Face Answer Un-likely. He makes a dece…
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Answer Think for a sec... the only 'history-books' that existed before paper were stories. Eventually, paper was invented, and of course, these stories were written onto paper. After the books had been read so much, parts of it slowly became part of literature, and when traders from these countries …
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A theatrum was used for plays etc. An amphitheatre was used to stage gladiatorial contests. A circus was used for chariot racing.
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Answer 2 milion houses were destroyed in the Blitz. (60% of these were in London alone)
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Gavrilo Princip was a Bosnian Serb who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914.
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nope... he is a Muslim  I dought that he is christian. if he was christian then he wouldn't descrase his own religon by saying bad things about it.  no he is a buddist don't believe me then go to answers.com and type muhammed hassan
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The Roman Empire mostly consisted of the part of Europe bordered by the Rhine and Danube, North Africa including Egypt and much of the Middle East.For more info see http://www.roman-empire.net/. This site has a map of the roman Empire and much more information
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i will recomemded you to talk about it with a good friend, family member or a person that you feel confortable talking about it. That was a very traumatic experienced, and some people requiered medical or profesional help. i'd had found that talking with someone is better than writing, eventhough al…
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Try replacing the thermostat next. Also to make sure that you bleed the air out of the cooling system by letting the engine warm up with the radiator cap off. Next on the list would be to replace your radiator hoses if they seem soft to the touch, they could collapse under acceleration. Be sure to c…
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Answer Are you hoping to be able to go to court and say "WikiAnswers says it wasn't my fault."? No such luck. If he was on the main road and you entered from a side road or driveway, it's almost certainly your fault whether you saw him or not, unless you were a significant distance from the inter…
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Answer I have learned as early as early as 8-9 weeks! Amazing hay! You can find photos of this online if you look.
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Some opinions "A cult is a religion that is said to be unorthodox or that emphasizes devotion according to prescribed ritual. Many cults follow a living human leader, and often their adherents live in groups apart from the rest of society. The standard for what is orthodox should be God's Word". so…
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They never occupied Ireland although there is a suggestion they were looking at the possibilty of doing so. There are Roman artefacts found around Dublin and the Town of Chester (then Deva) was one of the biggest forts in the whole empire. The only reason for this would be the conquest of Ireland. …
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Providing people with more choices in housing, shopping, communities, and transportation is a key aim of smart growth. Communities are increasingly seeking these choices -- particularly a wider range of transportation options -- in an effort to improve beleaguered transportation systems. Traffic…
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Origination of the Spanish Language Since Spanish is derived from Latin, the earliest possible date for the origin of Spanish can't be any earlier than when the Romans started to settle in the Iberian Peninsula - c. 200BC.However, it would make better sense to go for the date when Latin spoken ther…
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Well I've gone to a Baptist church my whole life and I've seen and been at many divorced weddings. The United also accepts these weddings.  Most churches don't mind. Many churches don't mind. You don't have to publicize that you've been married before.  That's pretty sad that a church, a…
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Popular stories: Great Roman inventions included: Central heating, roads, military conscription, indoor plumbing, sanitation and elected government. They also improved on previous weaponry and tactics, advancing the art of war to a whole new, efficient level. Reality: Roads have been around si…
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Brutus, or Marcus Junius Brutus Caepio, was a Roman senator and one of several men who conspired to assassinate Julius Caesar. Although not politically ambitious, Brutus was initially a money lender who charged high interest rates then later as a senator became unsatisfied with the politics of Juli…
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The truth is that the religion had already changed quite a bit long before Constantine became emperor. Paul and John had fortold a future apostasy from the true faith as had Jesus. The clergy laity had become firmly established by this time. Jesus ha d told his followers that they were not to 'lord…
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It didn't. There was no 'Bible' in Constantine's time, it had been canonised by his time, that would take another 50 years or so. The Church had 'Scriptures' which it recognised as having authority as Scripture, and they would be recognised later as the Bible. There were many documents circulating i…
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Go to gamefaqs.com and type in Dragonballz.Then click cheat codes and secrets.Google some walkthroughs
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Fascist Italy; that is, Italy under the direction of Benito Mussolini, 1922 to 1943. Mussolini very explicitly evoked the memory of the Roman Empire in his attempts to inspire patriotism (and, thus, support for him) in the Italian citizenry. While there have been repeated comparisons of the recent A…
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Good question. As a guy between 40 and 50 I can assure you neither myself or any of my friends would spend 5 minutes in a marriage with a cheating wife. As my wife has many friends and their husbands think about the same with me I would say few women would be cheating. The funny thing about this is …
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Christianity survived by modifying the bible to fit the prophesies etc. For example the gospel of Mark, written 30 years after the death of Jesus, and the only gospel in existence for another 40 years after that, does not mention the birth of Jesus. This earliest gospel starts with Jesus as an adult…
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We are spread throughout the world in order to let the world know about the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Christ himself told us at the end of the Gospels to "go into all the world" so everybody has a chance to be saved by the redeeming blood and sacrifice of the Lord Jesus. Answer: As a Christian m…
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Probably the best thing to do is talk to someone who knows the position. A site that helped me a lot was http://howtoplayquarterback.blogspot.com/ If you want to take your game to the next level, this site is for you. Good Luck
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Government and the ChurchIf I am understanding your question correctly, you are asking how the protestant churches have historically interacted with governments and how that differs from how Roman Catholicism has done so.This is a somewhat complicated question, because more times than not, the gover…
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It was not made of the dogwood, since no dogwood has ever been reported to have grown in the Middle East. Likely it was made of cedar or cypress, both of which are indigenous to that area. The myth of the dogwood was originated in Europe or even perhaps the early days of the United States. There is …
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Yes, the Byzantine Empire was a very tolerant society. It was so tolerant, that it even had a synagogue and a mosque in Constantinople, which was a shock for that period. Many Roman Catholic leaders in the West criticized Constantinople for being too lenient with Moslems and Jews, since the West did…
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All of them would have had some familiarity with Ancient History.
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Go to dealer and roadtest, don't buy anything too extreme but you have to find a bike that you are comfortable on. As far as power, any bike whether 250cc or 1500cc will only go as fast as you twist the throttle. No point asking people whats best as everyone has different opinon, if you like it and …
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the soldiers wrote letters home,played games and built roads
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Personally, I think this is overrated. Yes, the Southerners grew up on farms, were used to working hard and long hours, were usually in good physical condition, often experienced with horses and shooting---but so were most of the Northern soldiers. What the Southerners did have in spades was superio…
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This rifle is actually a Mossberg Model 20 made from 1933 - 1935 for Montgomery Wards department store.  gun was given to me in 1939 by my father. spent many hours target shooting with him and hunting squirrels alone and with a cousin. Many good memories.
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Opinions on social status includes that the classes exist due to economic inequalities. Status is a form of inequality with esteem, respect, standing, and prestige possibly involving beauty, intelligence, and occupations.
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Christian OkoyeHe destroyed his knees. KC did a class act by paying out his salary then cutting him. There is no guaranteed money in the NFL except signing bonuses.
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Contemporary is the term for current architecture styles
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One of two things can happen if you only eat one meal a day. You'll either lose a lot of weight or your body will go into "starvation" mode and you won't lose anything because the body realizes that there's no "fuel" coming in and it will try to conserve whatever it has (fat, etc.) for energy. Eit…
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A biographer during Roman Emperor Hadrian's time summed up the purpose for the wall as " to separate the Romans from the barbarians."
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Answer youd probably be starving .. but wont die .. but you probably would actually most definitly be under weight -- Eating only one meal a day is very bad for your body and no, you wouldn't just be underweight, some people actually become overweight because of it. You body goes into starvation…
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Yes, a 24-year-old can be adoptedsome 24-year-old would enjoy a house to stay in. They also would not like to pay the rent. So if you know any 24-year-olds out there take them into your home become their mother or father. Yes it is also legal to still spank them when they are misbehieving
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Hi,Yes there cereal diet. You probably haven't heard of this as its from the UK. Basically you eat two bowls of cereal a day with semi skimmed milk and one meal a day. Its supposed to help you lose 1 inch off your waist.  I dont know, but you are supposed 4 eat 6 healthy meals each day.
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Hi! I'm owner of daewoo nexia 1.5 l 16 v 1997 i find in body number all about my car . put whis nr in google and serch . hope to help you..
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No one can say for certain just how Julius Caesar and his contemporaries pronounced their Latin. The best guess for the pronunciation of "veni, vedi, vici" is still "vee nay, vee dee, vee cee." The "w" and hard consonant ("wen nee, wed dee, wiki") first showed up in sixteenth century England and was…
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The Romans got as far as Inverness in their conquest, and subdued the Picts. They realised there was little beneficial for them in Scotland. A major battle at a place called Mons Graupius somewhere in the Grampians defeated the tribes but was not followed up (see link). Roman forts litter southern a…
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to keep the pics out of england. because the romans were scared of the scottishPicts, not pics.
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The ruins of Pompeii are world famous. They are located in Italy, southeast of Naples. In 79 AD, the volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted and entombed the city in a deep layer of burning hot volcanic ash. Although they lived at the foot of the volcano, the inhabitants ignored the early rumblings and smoke…
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Nobody really knows the exact number of men who fought at Hastings. You must remember that as the Normans were the winners it was they who wrote the history, accounts and the Bayeaux Tapestry. These accounts are most likely to be biased so the number of Saxons is most likely exaggerated. William t…
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Water Bucket PlayWhere the offensive team sets or "hides" a receiver over near the sidelines (near the water bucket) then they throw the ball to him quickly while he is unguarded. It usually won't work anymore as the rules say that everyone must be inside the nine yard marks at some point after the …
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Gladiators were professional fighters (usually slaves or prisoners of war) in ancient Rome who fought against each other, wild animals, and condemned criminals, sometimes to the death, for the entertainment of spectators. These fights took place in arenas in many cities during the Roman republic an…
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I play football in the local park.
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1. EGR Valve should have been replaced or may need replacing due to carbon build up (if idling funny) 2. Fuel line inside Plenum my be cracked or brittle due to heat. If you smell fuel from inside cabin, this may be the cause. Not too bad of a fix 3. Engine block plug may be leaking from the rear of…
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In 395 Diocletian had divided the Roman Empire into a Western Empire and an Eastern Empire. At that time the second of these was the more viable part. The date generally accepted for the collapse of the Western Empire is 476, when the Germanic chieftain Odoacer took Ravenna (not that far from Venic…
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Actually the worlds oldest photo is from 1826, it's a heliograph by Joseph Niepce. If you want a balance between quality and age I would try engravings. Answer Photography was invented in 1839 by Louis Daguerre and nobody actually invented electricity, it was discovered by the Greeks more than…
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Yes. Roman soldiers who completed twenty years in the legions were permitted to retire but instead of a pension they were given land to farm in the empire, usually near where they had served. This created colonies of ethnic Romans within the conquered peoples of the empire. This helped spread Roman …
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This question is too vague to be answered in any reasonably brief manner. Caesar would have treated conquered people of the Empire differently from Romans. He would have treated loyal people different from rebellious ones. He would have treated plebians differently from nobles. What does the author …
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Reasons For Opposition During most of his political career this position was politically correct and was shared by nearly all democrats in politics. the main theme of their argument was that slaves were the private propery of their owners and not subject to government regulation. The election of …
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Julius Caeser never really did have anything to do with English history. He did briefly invade the country, but did not stick around.
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A republic is a country which is not run by an hereditary head of state. That is, it is not run by a king or any other sort of monarch who inherited the job from his or her father or mother. Each new ruler is chosen. A republic does not have to be democratic, it can be an oligarchy (rule by a mino…
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If you want to make a pyramid that rivals the ones in Egypt, you first have to start by leveling about 50,000 square meters (560,000 square feet) of bedrock to within 12 mm (~1/2 inch). The ancient Egyptians used water in a grid carved into the bedrock to make sure their pyramids were as level as po…
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The greek pantheon was a "family", so to speak, of gods assembled on Mt. Olympus, or in certain gods cases, else were.It is located in Athens Greece
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What Santa Arranged in 1901 Commercial Christmas tree farming.
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Hadrian's WallHadrian's Wall stretches from Carlisle to Newcastle in northern England. It was built on the orders of the Roman Emperor Hadrian to help keep out invaders from the north.
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Answer Hadrian's Wall was a stone and turf wall built by the Roman Empire right across the width of Great Britain to a: prevent military raids by the Scots who lived to the north, b: improve economic conditions in England and to provide peaceful conditions in the rest of England which lay to the…
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A Representative to the House must at least 25 years old .have been a US citizen for 7 years and live in the district which they represent. A Senator must 30 years old , have been a US citizen for 9 years and be an inhabitant of the state which they represent.
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