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Ancient History

Ancient history covers the period up to 500 CE, after which the Medieval period begins. There are subdivisions of the Ancient period, and technically speaking, it begins with alphabetic writing from about 8th century BCE onwards. However, earlier periods can conveniently be dealt with under this heading.

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Who was the last of the pharaohs was?

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To determine the last 'pharohs' of the Egyptian empire is debateable as the high points in the ancient Egyptian civilization ends with Ramesses XI as the true royal Pharaohs of Egyptand the XXI dynasty by a merchant Pharaoh Smendes and then a time of quick takeover by the Babylonians,then the Mesopotanians,the Libiyans,the assyrians, with the Saite renaissance till Amasis (568-526 bc) and the Macedonian Ptolemy XII. Cleopatra was Ptolemy XII's daughter and ruled jointly with her brother Ptolemy XIII after the death of her father but was expelled by her brother. Julius Caesar restored her as queen of Egypt by defeating Ptolmeny III. Later the Roman emperor Octavian defeated her in the battle of Actium when Mark Anthony had joined her.

Was Cato a famous greek philospher?

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No. There were two Catos, Cato the Elder and Cato the Younger. Both were Roman statesmen. Cato the Elder was the grandfather of Cato the Younger.

The closest either came to Greece was Cato the Elder commanding troops sent to Greece to oppose its invasion by Antiochus III; he won the Battle of Thermopylae, which turned the course of the war.

Chairs to fit 60 inch round table?

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How many people you usually want to seat and the amount of comfort you want to have will help you choose the right chairs for a 60-inch round table. You can do any of these:

For eight people:

Pick chairs with seats that are 17 to 18 inches wide and 17 to 19 inches high. These are the standard eating chairs. This gives you enough leg room and makes it easy to get to the table. Pick out chairs with or without arms, based on your taste.

Chairs without arms can give your friends more room at the table, especially if you need to fit 8 people. For more comfort, choose chairs with seats that are 18 to 20 inches bigger.

Cushioned chairs: If you want to be more comfortable during longer meals, think about getting upholstered chairs. Pick cloth that doesn't stain easily if you tend to spill things.

For 10 Guests (tight fit):

If you don't have a lot of room, stacking chairs may be a good choice because they are easy to put away when not in use. To save room, pick chairs with seats that are 16 to 17 inches wide and don't have arms.

Chairs or stools: If you put stools at the ends of the table, they can save room compared to chairs. You can also use benches, but make sure they are comfortable to sit on for a long time.

Some more things to think about:

Table height: For a relaxing meal, make sure that the seat height of the chairs matches the height of the table.

Look: Pick chairs that match the style of your table and eating room.

Material: Think about materials like metal, wood, or wicker based on the look you want, how long you want it to last, and how much upkeep you want to do.

Here are some broad ideas:

Leaving at least 24 to 26 inches of space between the chairs and the edge of the table will make it easy for people to get in and out.

Make sure the chairs are comfortable and the right size for your table and eating area before you buy them.

To make the room look more interesting, mix the types of the chairs.

The best chairs for your 60-inch round table are the ones that fit your wants and tastes the best.

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From which country did the name Emily originate?

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The name Emily originated from the Latin name “Aemilia,” which originated from the Roman family name “Aemilius.”

What is a good middle name for Emily?

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I think some good middle names for Emily are: Kay, Rose, or Ann.

Who came first the roman empire or the ottoman empire?

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The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

The Egyptian empire came 1,000 plus years before the Roman empire.

Which civilization created the first laws?

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The first known written laws were created by the ancient Sumerians in Mesopotamia, around 2100-2050 BCE. These laws are known as the Code of Ur-Nammu.

What was unified mesopotamia and founded the akkadian empire?

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When did invasion on world trode center of America take place

How big was a pyramid block?

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The blocks on the pyramids are all different sizes. The blocks on the bottom are the largest; the blocks get smaller as they go up. The size of the bottom blocks of the Giza Pyramid are 1.5 meters tall, 1.5 meters wide, and 2.25 meters deep. A block this size would weigh 8.44 kg (9.3 tons). Some of the blocks weigh as much as 80 tons!
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Who are the modern day Levites?

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Ashkenazi or Sephardic Jews

What are the six elements of history?

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Well perhaps your not looking for the elemants, mabey there looking for you

How long did king khafre rule for in egypt?

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Khafre ruled Egypt for 26 years during the 4th dynasty. He was known as a cruel ruler, and is credited with being the pharaoh who built the second largest pyramid in Giza.

How many days have there been since the birth of jesus?

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2010 years.

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This is a wide open question with a number of possible answers. If it is cut off and incomplete, like:

"How many years has it been since Jesus..." was born?

or

"How many years has it been since Jesus..." ascended into heaven?

Give or take a few years... both of these can be answered the same: "More than two-thousand years ago."

Prophetically speaking: "...beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day." (II Peter 3:8)

That would make it a little over "two days ago."

If the question is asking, "How many years has it been since Jesus.." recreated the earth?

"Since Jesus recreated the earth from Genesis 1:3, it's been somewhere between five and six thousand years."

If it's truly asking, "How many years has it been since Jesus?"

He is "Eternal"... "JHVH"... "I AM"... "He Exists"... "WAS, IS, SHALL BE": and within that frame of reference, which is inconceivable to the finite human mind... time ceases to exist.

How long ago was 508 BC?

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1 million years ago?

What is a pictoword for history?

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A pictoword is a picture that pretty much describes the definition of a word. For example, if you had the word DIVERSITY, you could attach bodies to the letters of the word, so that each letter is a different person with a different type of head.

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Who built the chittorgarh fort?

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The Chittorgarh Fort was built by various rulers of the Mewar dynasty in Rajasthan, India. It was initially constructed by Chitrangada Maurya, and later expanded and fortified by rulers such as Rana Kumbha, Maharana Kumbha, and Maharana Sangram Singh.

What animals live around Stonehenge?

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Common animals that live around Stonehenge include rabbits, foxes, deer, badgers, and a variety of bird species such as pheasants, skylarks, and woodpeckers.

What were the four social classes of catal huyuk?

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The four social classes of Catal Huyuk were the elite or ruling class, the skilled craftsmen/artisans, the farmers, and the slaves. The elite or ruling class would have held positions of power and authority, while skilled craftsmen/artisans had specialized skills such as pottery making. Farmers were responsible for cultivating crops, and slaves were likely used for labor and serving the upper classes.

What is an anglemeter?

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An anglemeter is a measuring instrument used to determine the angle of an object or the inclination of a surface. It usually consists of a gauge or a protractor with a rotating arm or a digital display for measuring angles accurately. Anglemeters are commonly used in various fields such as construction, engineering, and woodworking.

How many years did Philip ii rule?

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Philip II of Spain ruled from 1556 until his death in 1598, for a total of 42 years.

When were the first walled towns on Indian subcontinent?

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The first walled towns on the Indian subcontinent were built during ancient times. The earliest recorded walled cities in the region date back to the Indus Valley Civilization around 2500 BCE, such as Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, which were fortified with defensive walls. These cities exemplify early urban planning and development in South Asia.

Is Ceres a moon?

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No, Ceres is not a moon. It is the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and is classified as a dwarf planet. Moons are natural satellites that orbit planets, while Ceres is a dwarf planet that orbits the Sun directly.