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One of the ancient Greek city states, Corinth dates back over 8000 years.
In Korea, surprsiginly enough.
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the Greek mythological god Apollo
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A Greek city state colonised by part of the Dorian people at about the time of the legendary Trojan War. Corinth is still inhabited and the ancient ruins are a real treat to see. An interesting note, Paul preached there but one who attempts to preach there today will be arrested.
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Life in ancient Greece depended largely on your gender and socioeconomic class. Greek society was very male dominated--only men could be citizens and enjoy a full education. Women were expected to stay in the home and raise their families. Slavery was also central to Greek life. Up to a quarter of …
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Poseidon the sea god was patron of Corinth.Poseidon, the sea god, appropriate for a maritime city-state.
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God of the Oceans.
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Undoubtedly Pitsidia-Matala in Crete! http://www.pitsidia-matala.gr Andonis A.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers, no doubt, they are everywhere!
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Napoleon Bonaparte tried to challenge the British's positionLoss of colonies-FrenchFrance and British weakened each other's tradeUS was affected by the trade war sin they had a lot of merchant ships
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No it did not. However many countries in Europe have a dish which resembles Haggis in general terms. These were cheap peasant dishes of minced offal cooked in a casing usually of animal intestine.
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a city state in ancient greece
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In the New Testament, there are two letters or epistles from Paul to the Corinthians, 1 Corinthians and 2 Corinthians. However, reference within those works suggest the existence of probably two additional letters, written during the same period. Liberal Scholars have looked at these references and…
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That is debatable. Michigan has had the most fans in a stadium in a game, and there are fans growing everyday.
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Thailand has never been taken over in history. If you are referring to the coup, it was in September of 2006, but it wasn't really anybody taking over anything, it was more of a peaceful move to kick a bad prime minister out of office. It was really no different then what happened to Bill Clinton. O…
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There are two main mountain ranges that are near Athens but do not run through these towns. These ranges are the Pindus and the Parnitha.
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It's basically like this . . . DEB-ra .
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Agora helped Corinth.
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the mountain ranges in Greece is NOTHER GREECE :Cambunian Range :Hymettus Mountain Range (its famous for its honey)
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Latitude: 37°58′N Longitude: 23°43′E
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Corinth is a city that is located in the state of Maine. There was also a Corinth located in Ancient Greece which is now known as Corinthia.
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Yes, after Alexander the Great had established his Hellenistic empire, he somehow managed to diplomatically blend their eastern and western cultures. So, to answer your question, yes, the Hellenistic civilization is a blend of eastern and western cultures.
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Demeter
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In 338 BC :) Actually you couldn't be wronger! it ended on the 24th of February 2010 at 2 am in the afternoon! :p
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Oedipus
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its a drachma
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In the context of the Greco-Roman war of 146BC, the Romans absolutely crushed the Greeks, which ultimately resulted in the total socioeconomic destruction of Corinth. However, in the time frame of the American Civil War, there were two "battles of Corinth." The first, where the Union was slowly mak…
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the prophesy: "kill his father and lay/marry his mother."
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they were the awesomest people in the whole intier world this is not a good awnser
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By the sea with a port, with surrounding mountains and a fertile plain with rivers - the usual ingredients which made up the city-states in the Greek world.
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The importance of education in daily life is very essential to develop skills and competencies, which when implemented in day to day life and improves the quality of life of an individual, a society and a country. Thus the key to any successful civilization is the imparting of quality education to i…
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A Corinthian column is one of three styles or orders of Ancient Greek columns. It is the one that is most fancy at the top. Basically there are three main types of columns. Doric, Ionic and Corinthian. (Composite is a style that is a combination of Ionic and Corinthian.) The Corinthian column has …
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Corinth was famous for the clay they had acesss toto make fine pots and jewelry.
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I don't think so u r rite!!! It's Poisedon and Apolloooooooooooooooooo. Stupid and ma may!!!!<3
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Columns that square in cross section
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A Corinthian is either: a person or thing from the city of Corinth; or a style of Ancient Greek column which has a large capital (top) in a shape like an inverted bell that features acanthus leaves, and above these four equally spaced scrolls, palm leaves or lotus leaves. The column is relativel…
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There was a place called Corinth and the people were called Corinthians, Paul wrote two letters to these people in Corinth. A Corinthian is either: a person or thing from the city of Corinth; or a style of Ancient Greek column which has a large capital (top) in a shape like an inverted bell tha…
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Briareus, one of the Hecatonchires or Hundred-handers. According to Tripp's Meridian Handbook of Classical Mythology, Briareus "gave the isthmus to the sea-god [Poseidon] and awarded the sun-god [Helius] the Acrocorinth, the mountain that looms steeply over the city. This height Helius later turned …
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the Romans adopted their Gods from the Greeks. the main Gods are Juno. Protector , and special counselor of the roman state. then there is Jupiter. he's the god of the state who distributed the laws
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If I understand the question correctly it was in 146 BC. The Romans detroyed the city after the siege killing all the males and selling the women and children to slavery.So technically it was not captured but destroyed. Julius Caesar refounded the city in 44 BC.
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146 bc
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That King Polybus has died
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O time, why be cause the Bible say that Col 2:1 For I would that ye knew what great conflict I have for you, and for them at Laodicea, and for as many as have not seen my face in the flesh; Why do most commentators believe that because of Col 2:1 that the apostle Paul never visited Colosse. Did I …
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tsunamis and dinos
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Alexander the great king phillip King Jassa King James Kind Dameran Queen Salami
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A pilaster is a column like projection that is still attached to a wall. A Corinthian pilaster is one in the Corinthian style or order, which is a style of Ancient Greek column which has a large capital (top) in a shape like an inverted bell that features acanthus leaves, and above these four equal…
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Over the centuries it changed from monarchy, yooligarchy, to tyranny, to oligarchy to limited democracy, to oligarchy, to monarchy.
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The people of Corinth, ancient Greece ate currants (grapes and cranberies.)
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The Corinthian church was in a very bad shape, and P had to pull them up , for their imoral behavior and other faults.
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The God of Corinth is the one and only living God through his son Jesus the Christ.
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Corinthians teaches us that as christians we need to think and act differently than the world
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Agamemnon is a character from Greek mythology. He was said to have ruled the "real-life" area of Mycenae or Argos. Both places are thought to have been one in the same. Corinth, however, is about 30 km north.
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It runs from the Gulf of Corinth, just east of the city of Corinth in Greece, south east to the Saronic Gulf west of Athens.
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The name of his wife is not known. The only information about her is that she was the wife of Hipponicus, before being married to Pericles. He also had two sons by his wife. Then he left her for a woman named Aspasia of Miletus. He had 2 sons by his wife and another child by his mistress.
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n Corinth Paul experienced many encouragements and discouragements. It was a dangerous city to work in but the LORD afforded the apostle a measure of protection and he was able to stay there for a year and a half, teaching them the word of God. v11. (B) Discouragements. (1) Paul was daunted by the t…
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Corinth played a major role in the apostle Pauls missionary work.
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700-600 b.C.
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Warfare between the Greek cities in Sicily had been going on throughout the Fifth Century BCE. In a formal lull in the Peloponnesian War, Athens' ambitions led it to try to establish itself in Sicily by supporting Segesta against Syracuse in 416 BCE. Syracuse destroyed the Athenian expeditionary f…
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The messenger of Corinth brings news to Oedipus that the man he believes to be his father, Polybius, has died. He also tells Oedipus that he was given to Corinthian monarchs as a baby and was not their birth child.
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it was a major railway center.
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Corinth was famous for making bronze. It was very valuable and believed to have been made from an alloy of copper with silver or gold, or possibly both.
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Shields Corinth Cemetery is located in East Ozark Township, Missouri. It is in Webster County. It's histopolis place ID is 248805212.
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corinth has a anarchy which means they dont have a government
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Essentially, they were the same people just different nations because they shared similar cultural elements.
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There isn't an emperor in Greece. If they had oligarchy, then the Council of Elders would rule. If they had tyranny, then many people would rule because everyone is trying to take over everyone. If they had monarchy, then a king would rule and their would be an heir to the throne, usually the son of…
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Athens is better then Sparta because Athens didnt throw out babies because they were weak! Anyway, Athens is better just because:}:}:}:}:] Another View Yet Athenian women were kept in virtual slavery at home, whereas in Sparta they were free to participate in community life. And a third of the Athen…
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Corinth was founded during the first ever Olympic Games.
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Corinth was known for the Corinthian column and the Corinth canal .
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The Corinthian Stater
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cornith
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i don't now you should till me ?
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Corinth fought on the winning side in both wars.
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people called satraps were governers for the provinces.
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a year and 6 months
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An aristocratic republic is a form of representative government in which the nobility(aristocracy) lead, they aren't necessarily be the most skilled or intelligent people but they are born into a position of wealth and status and derived their power from that. It's contrasted from a democratic repub…
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Because that what he chose
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Read your bible
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The god of corinth is Called Aphrodite google it for more info AndrewV123: You Idiot it is Poseidon the God of the Seas, look it up if you don't believe me.
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Major conflicts : Persian wars early 5th cent. BC(V), peloponnesian war [civil](Sparta(V) vs Athens] late 5th cent. BC, roman wars 3rd-2nd cent. BC(D), many conflicts during the 1000 years of the Byzantine Empire with Bulgarians(V), Ostrogoths & Visigoths (V), Bandals(V), Persians(V), Arabs(V) a…
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The person who came and spoke in the troubled Corinth church was the apostle Paul.
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It was at the tip of the Achaian peninsula and had both an eastern and western port. Julius Caesar saw the tremendous trade potential shortly before he was assassinated. The above answer, calling Corinth a nation is incorrect.
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The answer to this question can be very complex. However, if we restrict the answer just to the Greek classical period, the power to decide on almost everything resides with the assembly. The assembly is made up of all of the Athenian citizens. The real power, one can argued, may actually be exercis…
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Well The answer to this question is definitely GREEK MYTHOLOGY!! I know for fact... :) Greek has many city/states. This is one of the many who follow mythology of the greek.
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no she was the A.I. that helped the master chief and if you play halo 3 the beginning when she said she picked a spartan. well it wasn't master chief it was noble 6
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The long term effect after the Peloponnesian war was that it shows that war-waging countries lose prestige instead of gain it.
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Corinth traded perfume and pots.
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Zeus and Athena, the goddess of wisdom.
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Corinth was taken over by Kypselos in 657 B.C.E.
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in the heart of the city-state
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