Greece is not considered the birthplace of civilization by most historians. The birthplace of civilization would be Mesopotamia. Greece is, however, called the birthplace of Western civilization, since most of the Western nations (like the nations of Western Europe, the United States, Canada, etc.) got their ideas of philosophy, government, and art from Greek civilization.
What reasons can you think of as to why some of the smaller Greek city-states already had conceded defeat?
In terms of a football match, goal conceded means the number let in by a team. Goals conceded appears in league tables of all football competitons. It is the number of goals that a team has let in during the length of the competition of which the table represents. Goals conceded is taken away from goals scored (the number of goals scored over a season) to give a teams goal difference. Goal difference is used…
What controversial issue was mentioned in the Declaration of Independence that was omitted from the final draft?
Oda Nobunaga - Began the process of the unification of Japan. This process would eventually lead to the end of the Sengoku Jidai (Warring States Period). Tokugawa Ieyasu - He was the third of the "Great unifiers of Japan." His establishment of the Tokugawa Bakufu ushered in what is known as the Edo Period, which would last until 1868.
Many people think that the ninja were similar to cat-burglars of assassins. THis is true, in a sense. Ninja were mercenaries. THey would be hired by different daimyo, to sabotage, spy, or (rarely), assassinate a rival. An easier way to think about it is that the ninja would do whatever was considered dishonorable by the samurai. THe ninja thrived in the Sengoku Jidai (era of warring states).
Ever since civilization developed, many civilizations began warring against each other. Many militaristic advances changed the battlefield forever. Guns was likely the largest advance ever. Next would be either the airplane or navies. Either way, if we didn't have guns/planes/navies/other major arms, we'd be fightin' with each other with bows n' arrows.
Legalism was created originally to end the period of "the Warring States" in Ancient China (403-221 B.C.E.). Legalism back then promoted a practical ruthless way of scaring citizens who lived within the state, to follow the states laws, or else. Legalists cared nothing for morals, or ethics, or personal interest. All they wanted was you to work like animals for the state, or else you would be harshly consulted.
Which of these are the oldest civilizations olmec civilization in Mexico Egyptian civilization in north Africa Mayan civilizatio in central America or ancient roman civillization?
If you are referring to ancient civilizations, it can be said that the Greeks had the most influence on the structure of the US government, because much of English law comes from them. If you mean a more modern civilization, it would be the British, since much of our justice system derives from English common law, including the things the states rebelled against.
Growing religions in Mexico, on detriment of Catholicism: Protestantism. Islam (specially among southern states). There are two most notable native religions to Mexico. One would be the one practiced by the Aztec civilization, which had a great emphasis on war and human sacrifice. The other would be the religion practiced by the Mayan civilization, which included among other things, the 2012 doomsday prediction.
The world will have no more war when Jesus comes back to rule the world for a 1000 years. I am serious here. The world would not have war if women ruled the world. A world with no war would consist of no militaries, no atom bombs or missiles and no more fights. The United Nations would cease to exist because we would stop warring with one another and be helping one another instead. A…
english boycotts of selected american manufactures The proclamation was issued to declare the United States as neutral in the conflict between France and Great Britain. The United States was too young to risk siding with either France or Great Britain, in fear that the US's small military would be wiped out by the opposing force. The proclamation was not particularly put into place as a response, but rather, was a protection issued for the United…