When did we start calling Europe Europe?
It is not really known when the continent became known as Europe, all that we know is that the name comes from the Greek Mythological person Europa, a Phoenician woman who had an affair with Zeus.
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Answer . . . Europe is not an island nor a country but a continent which is located Eastward from the U.S. is divided by the North Atlantic ocean. Asia is to it's East. Europe comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Countries such as Germany, France, Poland, Switzerland and Luxembourg are some of the countries that make up Europe.. Europe is a large peninsula on the western end of the Eurasian continent, and is located directly north of the African continent, separated from Africa by the Mediterranean Sea. Its eastern limit is the Caucuses mountains. Britain and Ireland are considered part of Europe, as are other adjacent small islands such as parts of Fenno-scandia. It is also located right next to Asia it is one of the biggest continents in the world where is Europe located?
Because of the Nazis invading Poland. Their sudden, lethal strikesparked the war in Europe that would very quickly spread to theworld.
There are many rivers in Europe. In Europe, a river that startswith a 'Y' is the Yser River. The Dutch name for the river isIJzer.
The exchange of important agricultural techniques.If a student chooses A, he or she may not understand that agriculture was not directly related to the growth of the Renaissance.
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This depends on the definition of feudalism. If feudalism is regarded is identical to manorialism, then it started in the places that had been parts of the West Roman Empire, when that empire fell, at the start of the middle ages. Another view of feudalism is that it is a medieval system for the control of relatively large countries with weak central governments, and by this definition, it started about four hundred years after the fall of the West Roman Empire, in France and the Holy Roman Empire with the division of the Carolingian empire.
The feudal system first appears in definite form in the Frankishlands in the 9th and 10th century. The system suffered a gradualbreakdown.
The Black Plague was responsible for decimating the population ofEurope by about 60%. It began in the 14th century.
Feudalism in Europe emerged from the breakdown of Roman society ingovernment. This disintegration was combined with Germanic systemsof societal organization and centralization.
One three nation grouping is called the Baltic States consisting of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Another example would be the Lowland or Benelux countries: the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Another example could be the Apennine (or Italian) countries: Italy, San Marino, and Vatican City. Yet another such example would be the Iberian countries: Portugal, Spain, and Andorra.
Athens Greece and Ancona Italy are cities in Europe. Angers France and Aberdeen Scotland are cities in Europe. Austria and Albania are countries in Europe.
The use of gunpowder started in Europe during the late 13thcentury. It was Roger Bacon, who introduced gunpowder and in 1353the first gunpowder cannon was invented by Berthold Schwarz.
Athens in Greece. . Alborg, Arhus, Abenra in Denmark. . Arnhem, Apeldoo, Almer-Stad and Amsterdam in the Netherlands. . Alesund in Norway. . Alicante and Algeciras in Spain.
Because we are great. And have a natural sense of knowledge and adventure ^ Well no it wasn't because of that. Primarily owing to the fact that a wealth of resources, knowledge (developed through scientific advancedments by key individuals at the time) and power was present in Europe due to the exploitation of human and physical resources.
There are many. Here are some: Antwerp - Belgium. Amsterdam - Netherlands. Aachen - Germany. Athens - Greece. Aberdeen - Scotland. Aarhus - Denmark.
There are no countries in Europe that start with the letter O. Omanis the only country in the world that begins with the letter O.Oman is in Asia.
In ancient Greek mythology, Europa was a Phoenician princess whom Zeus abducted and took to the island of Crete. Later, Europa became a name for the area of central-north Greece, and by 500 BC its meaning had been extended to the lands to the north.
In Europe the religions was very varied. But most of it was centered around CHristianity. That is until King Henry wanted to divore his wife, Catherine of Aragon. He made the Church of England, so from that time on, England has its very own religion. No one really knows how religion started. I think it is when Jesus was born and he spread words about God and that became CHristianity.
Derby, England; Diest, Belgium;Dijon, France; Dortmund, Germany; Dos Hermanas, Spain; Drammen,Norway; Dresden, Germany; Dublin, Ireland; and Duisburg, Germanyare cities in Europe.
Some countries in Europe began to use the Euro in 2002. Many countries in Europe do not use the Euro as their currency. The Euro officially went into circulation on January 1, 2002.
i can find lot of opportunity in various sector such as study, seeing beautiful sight------
Bern, Switzerland Bonn, Berlin, Birmingham, Bradford, Brussels, Budapest, Bucharest, Bremen, Barcelona, Bristol, Basel and lots more.
Croatia, Cyprus and Czech Republicare countries in Europe. Copenhagen, Denmark; Cologne, Germany;Coventry, England; and Czestochowa, Poland are cities in Europe.Caldew is a river in the United Kingdom.
Radom, Poland; Randers, Denmark; Ravenna, Italy; Regensburg, Germany; Remscheid, Germany; Rennes, France; Rezina, Moldova; Rheinfelden, Switzerland; Rhodes, Greece; Riga, Latvia; Rio Tinto, Portugal; Risor, Norway; Roeselare, Belgium; Rome, Italy and Rotterdam, Netherlands are cities in Europe. They begin with the letter R.
Jaen is a city in Spain. Jena is a city in Germany. Jyvaskyla is a city in Finland.
Oslo is the capital city in Norway.Oviedo is a city in Spain. Odense is a city in Denmark. Orleans isa city in France.
No country in Europe begins with theletters "To-". Togo is the only country that begins with theletters To. Togo is in Africa.
There are two countries in Europe that start with F. The twocountries are Finland and France.
Uzan is a 15 mile long river in France. The River Ure is in NorthYorkshire, England. The Ubaye is a 52 mile long river insoutheastern France. The River Ugie is a river in Scotland.
because people in eastern Europe were weak and could not control there country so communist's took over
The artificial boundary between the continents of Europe and Asia lies along the Ural Mountains south to the Ural River and the Caspian Sea and the along the Caucasus Mountains to the Black Sea.
When Rome fell in 410 AD a gap was left in the structure of government and services. The barbarian tribes raided without care and killed where they wanted. There was no one to protect the people and it was pure chaos. Fedualism developed out this when strong men came with armies to beat back the barbarians and to take control. The armies were a little less brutal than the barbarians and were more like "wiseguys" or the mob in controlling whole areas. The people who lived through this were just glad to have protection and to be able to grow crops and take care of their animals without fear.
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At the mountains it starts in August or early September. In the cities it starts about October or November, but it's very hard to predict.
Because the game was invented here, a long time before American "Football". Question really ought to be, why do you call football "soccer". Grrr! ---- Soccer is an English coloquial version of the phrase 'Association Football' .The game is called Football NOT Soccer. The word 'Soccer' was used to describe on particular form of league of football.
That is a question that is impossible to answer because there are so many things you could do in Europe. There are many places to go, things to see, food to eat, experiences to have, people to meet, culture to see, music to hear and so on. The best is to go and enjoy it and have fun.
Â· Zabrze, Poland Â· Zagreb, Croatia Â· Zaragoza, Spain Â· Zielona Gora, Poland Â· Zoetermeer, Netherlands Â· Zonguldak, Turkey Â· Zurich, Switzerland Â· Zwickau, Germany Â· Zwolle, Netherlands
Verona, Italy; Valletta, Malta;Vantaa, Finland; Vienna, Austria; Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal;Vilnius, Lithuania; Varna, Bulgaria; Vejle, Denmark; and Volos,Greece are cities in Europe. Additional cities include Vilvoorde,Belgium; Valencia, Spain; Versailles, France; Vevey, Switzerland;Veria, Greece; Verviers, Belgium; and Valladolid, Spain.
The following cities are in Europe: Â· Ilhavo, Portugal Â· Imola, Italy Â· Ingolstadt, Germany Â· Innsbruck, Austria Â· Ioannina, Greece Â· Istanbul, Turkey
Very roughly the middle ages were from 500 C.E. to 1500 C.E. Sometimes individual will try to pin the start and end dates to specific events, such as the deposition of the last Roman emperor Romulus Augustus in 476 or the fall of Constantinople in 1453, but these division are somewhat artificial. The middle ages can be further divided into the Early Middle ages (500-1000 CE) the High Middle ages (1000-1300 CE) and the late middle ages (1300 to 1500 CE). Just as with the start and end dates, the dates of these division are somewhat artificial, and are best seen as general benchmarks of overall social trends, rather than hard, specific dates.
The Tisza is a major river incentral Europe. The Torne is a river in Sweden and Finland.
Â· Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland Â· Delemont, Switzerland Â· Diest, Belgium Â· Dijon, France Â· Dortmund, Germany Â· Dos Hermanas, Spain Â· Drammen, Norway Â· Dresden, Germany Â· Dublin, Ireland Â· Duisburg, Germany
The only country to start with the letter Q is Qatar, but this country is located in Asia, not Europe.
The ganglion is a cyst. It doesn't originate from one specific place, as it can be on any human.
Oslo is the capital city in Norway. Oulu is a city in Finland. Oviedo is a city in Spain. Osnabruck is a city in Germany.
The full list would be much too long to post here. Below are the lists of cities for a sample of countries. The lists for different countries are of different lengths because different countries use different definitions of what a city is. Some countries do not distinguish between towns and cities, they are the same. France List of communes in France (Overseas departments included) with a population over 20,000 at the 2006 census. Palaiseau, Pantin, Paris, Pau, Perpignan, Pessac, Petit-Bourg, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Plaisir, Poissy, Poitiers, Pontault-Combault, Pontoise, Puteaux, PÃ©rigueux Germany Germany does not distinguish between towns and cities Paderborn (North Rhine-Westphalia), Papenburg (Lower Saxony), Pappenheim (Bavaria), Parchim (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Parsberg (Bavaria), Pasewalk (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Passau (Bavaria), Pattensen (Lower Saxony), Pausa-MÃ¼hltroff (Saxony), Pegau (Saxony), Pegnitz (Bavaria), Peine (Lower Saxony), Peitz (Brandenburg), Penig (Saxony), Penkun (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Penzberg (Bavaria), Penzlin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Perleberg (Brandenburg), Petershagen (North Rhine-Westphalia), Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm (Bavaria), Pfarrkirchen (Bavaria), Pforzheim (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg), Pfreimd (Bavaria), Pfullendorf (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg), Pfullingen (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg), Pfungstadt (Hesse), Philippsburg (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg), Pinneberg (Schleswig-Holstein), Pirmasens (Rhineland-Palatinate), Pirna (Saxony), Plattling (Bavaria), Plau am See (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Plaue (Thuringia), Plauen (Saxony), Plettenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia), Pleystein (Bavaria), Plochingen (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg), PlÃ¶n (Schleswig-Holstein), Pocking (Bavaria), Pohlheim (Hesse), Polch (Rhineland-Palatinate), Porta Westfalica (North Rhine-Westphalia), PÃ¶Ãneck (Thuringia), Potsdam (State capital of Brandenburg), Pottenstein (Bavaria), Preetz (Schleswig-Holstein), Premnitz (Brandenburg), Prenzlau (Brandenburg), Pressath (Bavaria), PreuÃisch Oldendorf (North Rhine-Westphalia), Prichsenstadt (Bavaria), Pritzwalk (Brandenburg), PrÃ¼m (Rhineland-Palatinate), Puchheim (Bavaria), Pulheim (North Rhine-Westphalia), Pulsnitz (Saxony), Putbus (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Putlitz (Brandenburg), PÃ¼ttlingen (Saarland) Italy The following is a list of Italian municipalities with population over 50,000 Padua, Palermo, Parma, Pavia, Perugia, Pesaro, Pescara, Piacenza, Pisa, Pistoia, Pomezia, Pordenone, Portici, Potenza, Pozzuoli, Prato United Kingdom Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston. Others Prague, Czech Republic.
The United States became involved in the second world war while it was supporting our allies borne of the first world war. We declared war on Japan after that country, while seeking our neutrality in diplomatic channels secretly planned and attacked our ports in Hawaii. Hawaii was a protectorate of ours and not a state at the time. Japan and Germany had signed an agreement (pact) to support each other against what they thought was a meddlesome nonaligned country. We had lost thousands of cargo tonnage on the open sea due to the sinking of our ships by German U-boats (submarines), while only trying to continue supporting Great Britain against the axis powers of Japan and Germany.
Cities in Europe that start with the letterJ: . Jastrzebie-Zdroj, Poland . Jaszbereny, Hungary . Jena, Germany . Jyvaskyla, Finland
There are many. Here are just 10: . Nuremberg . Nantes . Nicosia . Naples . Norwich . Novi Sad . Nizhny . Nice . Novorossiysk . Nuuk
Turkey is a country that has territory in both Asia and Europe.Tallinn, Estonia; Tampere, Finland; Taranto, Italy; Terrassa,Spain; Thessaloniki, Greece; Thun, Switzerland; Timisoara, Romania;Torun, Poland; Toulouse, France; Tournai, Belgium; Trier, Germany;Trondheim, Norway; Turin, Italy; and Turku, Finland are cities inEurope. Tajo, Tisza and Tagus are rivers in Europe.