Ppt on rulers and buildings class 7

ACT QualityCore End-of-Course Building Test Coordinator Training Spring 2014 April 1, 2014 Dr. Cathy McNeal, Director Assessment and Accountability.

documents. 26. Ensure security of testing materials. 27. Return all testing materials including scratch paper, rulers, and reference sheets, if used, to your Building Test Coordinator/Test Supervisor immediately following test administration each day. The Building Test Coordinator/Test Supervisor must count and verify the quantity of testing materials and sequential numbers that are returned in the presence of the Test Administrator/Room Supervisor. Sign the/


Great Beginnings The Native American Experience Tamara Gray, Courtney Norgren and Daniel Kilpatrick.

.E.7.1) After learning about festivals and ceremonies held by Native Americans from different geographical regions and the folklore/ a ruler Teepee Measurement Activity Review of how to measure using a ruler Dream /and build a model of one type of Native American shelter used in that region. The week will end with the culminating activity day! Lesson Plan Overview Language Arts Week one-Instruction commences with the each cooperative learning group starting a K-W-L chart about Myths and Legends. As a class/


The Americas The first people in the Americas supported themselves as hunters and gatherers -came over to North American on a land-bridge called the Beringia.

and beans The Americas Agriculture led to: 1.Population growth and settlements 2. Differences in social classes arose 3. Allowed societies to become more complex and develop into civilizations ….and/Valley of Mexico Geography Mountain basin 7,500 feet above sea level, large lakes, fertile soil Teotihuacán and Toltec settle in valley, develop /about 300 years Build pyramids and temples A warlike people, they rule by conquest They worship fierce war god and offer human sacrifices Toltec ruler Topiltzin tries /


Why was Russia different from the rest of Europe? Feudalism and serfdom cont’d in Russia until the 1800s. Russia was Eastern Orthodox and had been influenced.

elites  Merchants/businessm en  Young members of the middle class.  A few Tsars REFORM-MINDED LEADER DEMAGOGUE Would the / diphtheria Russia’s next important ruler was actually a German princess /and gave them a common identity. First reduced and then abolished the mandatory service obligation of the nobles created by Peter the Great Social Changes Social: With her newly conquered lands, she expanded Russia’s population by 20% or by 7/ religions to build churches, run their own schools, and practice their /


Read and analyze the map on page 534 Draw a chart listing the Monarchs and the Nations they are from Bell Work.

ambition was to build up military and expand French Territory Greatest ambition was to build up military and expand French Territory Louis/will help your reader visualize the scene. 5 Points 7 Sentence Min Bell ringer 18.3 In contrast to/Points Chapter 18 Section 4 P. 552-557 Rulers of Russia and Central Europe Russia Before Ivan Far behind Western /Controlled the Russian Church –Reduced the power of the Upper Class, and created a Middle Class –Disbanded the Streltsy (politically based Army) –Enlarged the/


The Roman Republic Chapter 6, Section 1. The Origins of Rome Rome’s Geography Rome’s Geography Site of Rome chosen for its fertile soil and strategic.

Early Rulers Early Rulers Around 600 B.C. Etruscan kings begin to rule Rome. Around 600 B.C. Etruscan kings begin to rule Rome. Kings build Rome’s first temples and public centers Kings build Rome’s first temples and public / and one to direct government. Senate—chosen from Roman upper class; makes foreign and domestic policy. Senate—chosen from Roman upper class; makes foreign and domestic policy. Democratic assemblies elect tribunes and makes laws for common people. Democratic assemblies elect tribunes and/


Quiz 1. Who made up the patrician class? Be specific. 2. T or F: Women were more free in Rome than in Greece. 3. T or F: Republic means “the public” 4.

moderate policies Firm ruler with moderate policies Pax Romana ends with Marcus Aurelius Pax Romana ends with Marcus Aurelius Literature, Art, and Architecture Realism in art Realism in art Mosaics Mosaics Virgil’s Aenid – epic poem like Odyssey or Iliad Virgil’s Aenid – epic poem like Odyssey or Iliad Simple elegant buildings Simple elegant buildings Romans improved building by using concrete Romans improved building by using/


The ACT Plus Writing Test Administration for Building Test Coordinators Spring 2014 Quality Assurance Internal Review April 1, 2014 Dr. Cathy McNeal, Director.

documents. 26. Ensure security of testing materials. 27. Return all testing materials including scratch paper, rulers, and reference sheets, if used, to your Building Test Coordinator/Test Supervisor immediately following test administration each day. The Building Test Coordinator/Test Supervisor must count and verify the quantity of testing materials and sequential numbers that are returned in the presence of the Test Administrator/Room Supervisor. Sign the/


1 2014 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT 2.0) Reading, Mathematics, and Science Assessments Elementary School Training.

class when doing this. ● Encourage the class to go back and check their work, if they finish early. It is appropriate to address the entire class/ 7. Administration Record/Security Checklist/Session Roster 8. FCAT Rulers and /building.   Unused test books, unused non-preidentified and preidentified documents Used and unused Reading Passage Booklets Defective documents with All DNS bubbles gridded Unused special documents materials and any special documents with DNS bubbles gridded. Seal the boxes and/


The Empires of the Axial Age. Invaders, Traders and Empire Builders Warm Up: Define the following 1.empire 2.monotheistic 3.civil law 4.rule of law.

class boys only. Military training and preparation for government involvement. Knowledge was important for a democratic government. SpartaGovernment: Two kings (military generals) and a council of elders. Citizens were male, native born, over 30. Soldiers: Military society, all males prepared to be soldiers from birth. Soldiers from age 7/ rulers of/buildings and baths. public buildings baths public buildings baths The Rise of Christianity Despite Roman persecution of the early Church, the Pax Romana and/


Great Beginnings The Native American Experience Tamara Gray, Courtney Norgren and Daniel Kilpatrick.

container does not - Comprehension: (SC.E.7.3) After investigating and observing the evaporation of water from an open / with a ruler Teepee Measurement Activity Review of how to measure using a ruler Dream catcher /and build a model of one type of Native American shelter used in that region. The week will end with the culminating activity day! Lesson Plan Overview Language Arts Week one-Instruction commences with the each cooperative learning group starting a K-W-L chart about Myths and Legends. As a class/


The Byzantine Empire The “New” Rome. The Byzantine Empire When the Roman emperor Diocletian required Christians to accept him as a god and worship him,

senatorial class. Constantine had members of noble families follow him to form a new senatorial class. The main imperial buildings were built on Roman models and all statues and works/ worldly representatives, proclaiming themselves to be the “peers of the Apostles” and the “sole rulers of the world.” The Byzantine Empire So unlike their Roman predecessors who/for territory and for the right to claim the legacy of imperial Rome. As Islam grew increasingly powerful in the 7 th century, Constantinople and Rome /


Why was Russia different from the rest of Europe? Feudalism and serfdom cont’d in Russia until the 1800s. Russia was Eastern Orthodox and had been influenced.

elites  Merchants/businessm en  Young members of the middle class.  A few Tsars REFORM-MINDED LEADER DEMAGOGUE Would the daughter/of diphtheria Russia’s next important ruler was actually a German princess who /and 1787 -1791. And eventually won the land from them. In 1783, she annexed Crimea. In 1783, she annexed Crimea. Social: With her newly conquered lands, she expanded Russia’s population by 20% or by 7/reputable religions to build churches, run their own schools, and practice their religion /


Great Beginnings The Native American Experience Tamara Gray, Courtney Norgren and Daniel Kilpatrick.

container does not - Comprehension: (SC.E.7.3) After investigating and observing the evaporation of water from an open / with a ruler Teepee Measurement Activity Review of how to measure using a ruler Dream catcher /and build a model of one type of Native American shelter used in that region. The week will end with the culminating activity day! Lesson Plan Overview Language Arts Week one-Instruction commences with the each cooperative learning group starting a K-W-L chart about Myths and Legends. As a class/


Notes based on Reading Sumer built cities and ziggurats polytheism first writing system Art : Seals, wheel, plow Trade: grain for resources Math system.

mountain weather, could flood, or go low. 5. 6. basins, canals, dikes 7. assign jobs allocate resources ----> causing leaders and governments to emerge Sumerians 8. Mud Bricks 9. 10. Temple, to worship chief god/building large irrigation systems Temple - Ziggurat - center of city cities complex - division of labor - tax collectors, engineers for irrigation, soldiers, farmers, priests Social Classes based on occupations, wealth, and influence. Often - rulers, priests, nobles...at the top Record Keeping and/


objective To use the pictures as subheadings and be able to identify the main ideas in each category of information for Byzantine. To use the pictures.

you will participate in a class discussion as a review in preparation for project. After completing you will participate in a class discussion as a review in/ it was built on 7 hills and divided into 14 districts. The buildings and structures in Constantinople also strongly reflected Roman influence—the hippodrome, forum and aqueducts were all derived / by either joy or pain…a liar always.” The Byzantine Empires 16 th and most ambitious ruler was the Emperor Justinian I, who held power from A.D. 527 until/


The Renaissance and Reformations Chapter 14. The Renaissance circa 1350-1600 Renaissance- Time of change & creativity Renaissance- Time of change & creativity.

urbanized area Very urbanized area Wealthy merchant class promoted culture Wealthy merchant class promoted culture Merchants also dominated politics Merchants / raise money for building projects Most times used to raise money for building projects Many called /in Germany German Rulers split between Luther and Roman Catholic Church German Rulers split between Luther and Roman Catholic /in the early 1600s Developed in the early 1600s 7 step process 7 step process Propose a hypothesis Propose a hypothesis Test /


Absolutism. Divine Right The power for the monarch to rule comes from God and that the king is an agent of God. Absolute monarchs used this power to justify.

not even seen this device, yet he was able to build his own, and with a few adjustments he was able to use his version/ enlightenment ideas  The Third estate  Made up of the bourgeoisie, urban lower class, and peasant farmers  They held no power in government  They also liked the enlightenment/Haiti in a rebellion against their French rulers, and freed Haiti by 1798 In 1802 / Blood and Iron (War) would unite Germany Formed an alliance with Austria to gain some land, then turned on them in the 7 Weeks /


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

and India. Three classes developed: Nobles: included priestly officials and their families Commoners: worked for rulers, farmers (90%), merchants, fishers, and artisans Slaves belonged to palace officials and were used primarily for building projects Writing and Language Cuneiform (wedge-shaped symbols) To record information, they a reed and/on lonely mountaintops. Boys were taken from their families at age 7 to live under rigorous military discipline. Girls were trained to be the mothers of warrior sons. /


objective To use the pictures as subheadings and be able to identify the main ideas in each category of information for Byzantine. To use the pictures.

on 7 hills and divided into 14 districts. The buildings and structures in Constantinople also strongly reflected Roman influence—the hippodrome, forum and aqueducts /class-based standards of punishment and dress for the rich and poor, some mobility later became possible. The Byzantine Empire retained but relaxed many of the Roman Empire’s rules and customs. Extravagant circuses and/or pain…a liar always.” The Byzantine Empires 16 th and most ambitious ruler was the Emperor Justinian I, who held power from A./


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

and India. Three classes developed: Nobles: included priestly officials and their families Commoners: worked for rulers, farmers (90%), merchants, fishers, and artisans Slaves belonged to palace officials and were used primarily for building projects Writing and Language Cuneiform (wedge-shaped symbols) To record information, they a reed and/on lonely mountaintops. Boys were taken from their families at age 7 to live under rigorous military discipline. Girls were trained to be the mothers of warrior sons. /


The Development of Man and Civilizations. Hunter/Gatherer Societies The life of early hunter/gatherer societies was shaped by their physical environment.

-reflected belief that government has a responsibility to those it governs -reflected class differences The First Empires Sargon-Akkadian Empire Hammurabi- –Code of Law –Hanging/and build wealth –Thutmose III (Hatshepsut’s stepson) takes over and wages war to extend the empire into Nubia to the south of Egypt –While conquering Syria and Palestine Egypt fought the Hittites -Battle of Kadesh: two armies fight till standstill -Ramses II and the Hittite king make treaty -Ramses II is a powerful ruler who builds/


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

and India. Three classes developed: Nobles: included priestly officials and their families Commoners: worked for rulers, farmers (90%), merchants, fishers, and artisans Slaves belonged to palace officials and were used primarily for building projects Writing and Language Cuneiform (wedge-shaped symbols) To record information, they a reed and/ left to die on lonely mountaintops. Boys were taken from their families at age 7 to live under rigorous military discipline. Girls were trained to be the mothers of /


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and 17000 B.C.E. – Built series of lavish palaces 3.Knossos palaces were centers of society and residences of rulers and /its power, the Achaemenid Empire had about 7.5 million square kilometers and was territorially the largest empire of classical /and ended the monarchy instituted republic. At the heart of the city, a political and civic center filled with temples and public buildings. There are 2 consuls who wields civil and military power. Consuls were elected by hereditary aristocrats and wealth classes/


MCA/MSc CS 302 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS

ruler. All Pompeians were either loyal to Caesar or hated him. Every one is loyal to someone. People only try to assassinate rulers/and know their classes from training data set. Take the majority of the classes known from nearest neighbors. For a clear determination of class, take k as odd (3,5,7,..) so that there is no tie while taking the majority of classes from nearest neighbors. Artificial Intelligence and/ Processing) language. Later on to facilitate building of more and more ES, it was thought to form/


[1] Plato’s Republic, - The State What is the subject? ‘Justice in the state’ means, what? (1) What the State ought to be like (2) What its rulers ought.

have to try them out and see, or know some more about what makes a bat capable of being a good bat [7] Training of Guardians, continued The Guardians will evidently have to know Economics, Sociology, Chemistry, Military Strategy,.. And, “goodness knows” what! /and soul: Societies are sets of people, not organisms of which individuals are parts... So Plato’s class divisions don’t stand up… Is there an “art” of ruling which only some people can do? Can we build the state on the model of a prep school? Rulers/


1. Plassey.

Destruction of High class land lords Deprival of higher posts to the educated Indians Economic disadvantages and losses MILITARY REFORMS/revolt The co-operation of the Indian rulers to the British The Gorkhas and the Sikhs did not co-operate /Visakhapattanam shipyard in 1948 Ship building industry Dry docks( meant for repairing big ships) are Cochin,/and his supporting parties-212 seats Muslim League-73 Sikhs- 4 Other independent -7 Total-296 Position of different parties in the Assembly Muslim League and/


Al-Saadiq and Politics at his Time By A.S. Hashim. MD.

b.the economic demands, c.the bad behavior of the rulers, and d.the incompetence of some of them. d.the incompetence /class citizens. The Revolt and Benu Abbas The forces of Abu Muslim continued to expand and make headway. They conquered a large area of Khurasan of Persia, then they expanded and/6. Hisham son of Abdul Malik who ruled for 19½ years 7. Al ‑ Waleed grandson of Abdul Malik who ruled for 1/ to build a new city to be the capital of the nation under his rule: Al ‑ Mansoor therefore decided to build a/


MATH SECOND GRADE MEASUREMENT 2. Look at the ruler. We can use a ruler to help us add and subtract. A ruler is just like a number line. We can jump using.

a 16 inch piece of paper and taped another 7 inch piece of paper to it. How long is his paper now? _____ + _____ = _____ Use the standard ruler to help you solve each equation/rest. How many papers does Emmett throw each morning? ____ ____ = ____ Harper is building a fence. She needs 80 meters of wire to complete her fence. She only finds / came in for breakfast. The bell rang and some students went to class. Now there are 13 students in the cafeteria. How many students went to class? 15 + 11 - _____ = 13 In/


Global Review.

to use for tools and buildings. Sumerian Civilization (4000b.c- 500a.d) Sumerians lived 5000 years ago in Sumer, Mesopotamia. The Sumerians lived by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Government Each Sumerian state had a hereditary ruler who was seen as /families often gained political power after working in a king’s military cavalry. As trade expanded, a new class of wealthy merchants and artisans emerged in some cities. When these groups became dissatisfied with aristocratic rule, they either took power /


The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.

Chinese! China dominated Korea, Vietnam, and Japan Imperial Age Chinese influence on Japan peaked around 7-8 th centuries as Japanese rulers sought to build a Chinese style bureaucracy (Taika 645-710 and Heian 794-857) Japanese court at/ power under the Heian weakened, but culture flourished! Japanese emperor and courtiers lived in luxury and were focused on beautiful sights Complex palaces, gardens, and ponds/ fountains Aristocratic classes had strict codes of behavior (polite) Writing verse/ poetry very/


THE FIRST AMERICANS Chapter 9. California State Requirement 7.7 Students compare and contrast the geographic, political, economic, religious, and social.

required an organized government Building cities and fields in the Peten required an organized government Mayans were divided into city-states Mayans were divided into city-states Each was ruled by a king Each was ruled by a king City-states often fought each other City-states often fought each other Rulers claimed they were descended from sun god and ruled as god-kings/


Chapter 18 The Eighteenth Century:

had few rights Middle class empowered through civil service Compulsory Primary Education (1717) Frederick William tore what he considered "extravagant finery" off the clothes of females in the street and he used to discipline idle building workers in person. It/ the state came more than ever to rest on an understanding between ruler and gentry. The gentry accepted the monarchy, with its laws, officials, army and foreign policy, and received in return full authority over the peasants. Russia: Catherine’s /


Life in Ancient Egypt.

accordingly bore the divine ruler. Egyptian Nobility The elite ruling class was called paat, and the rest of the /and materials issued from store, types and quantities of objects manufactured, building supplies, tools and artisans requisites. Records were kept of: work attendance, wages paid, kinds and quantities of booty seized, numbers of hands and/Saw - shaw), vinegar (HmD - hemedj) and lettuce seeds [7]. Mustard was also grown in Egypt [3], cinnamon and rosemary were among Ramses IIIs gifts to the /


The Iraq war divided the Arabs, the Europeans, the Americans and caused a structural damage to Iraq’s society, state, & infrastructure Aljazeera.

Languages: Arabic (official), French, English, Armenian GDP per capita (OER): $7,000 (2008 est.) (US: $47,000) Border countries: Israel 79 km/and European rulers are neither ‘pro nor anti’ Islam, it all depends on their national and class position. Islamists who collaborate with Empire are “moderate” allies and/build the Continent and counter the efforts to penetrate and recolonize it… Continental Africans attending these Tour-stops reminded audiences of Muammar Qaddafi’s support for Nelson Mandela and/


First Civilizations Africa and Asia

their dead rulers and provided them with everything they would need in their new lives. To complete the pyramids, workers hauled and lifted millions of limestone blocks, some weighing two tons or more. The builders had no iron tools or wheeled vehicles. Building pyramids too/great pharaohs like Ramses II. King Tut Egyptian Society Like other early civilizations, Egypt had its own class system. As both a god and an early leader, the pharaoh stood at the top of society, along with the royal family. Directly /


World History Final Exam Review

rulers, but known for respect and tolerance Public Works programs Aqueducts (brought water from the mountains to cities) Bridges Roads Harbor facilities (for trade and travel) Culture and Society Adopted much of Greek art and architecture. Added to it by developing the arch and dome. First use of concrete. Aqueducts Education provided to boys and girls of the upper-class/ State Religion Zoroastrianism Romans were the first to use which building material? Wood Concrete Mud Stone Roman law was first codified/


Bellwork What do you know about Egypt? Please write at least 4 things you know about Egypt. Be prepared to discuss this at the beginning of class.

system and city/ruler who was considered divine or god-like). The people believed that the Pharaoh caused the sun to rise, the Nile to flood, and the crops to grow. The Pharaoh was to promote truth and justice in his (and later hers) kingdom. The Old Kingdom- Culture Much like many other societies, Egypt was broken down into different classes/, and took/building. Pyramids (cont.) Between their religiosity and engineering capabilities, the Egyptians of the Old Kingdom became infamous for building/ and other/


1 Building a Muslim Empire Focus Question How did Muhammad’s successors extend Muslim rule and spread Islam?

Muslims. The new rulers halted the large military conquests, ending the dominance of the Arab military class. Under the early Abbasids, the empire of the caliphs reached its greatest wealth and power, and Muslim civilization flourished. 35/of Córdoba, rulers employed Jewish officials and welcomed Christian scholars to study science and philosophy. 41 Architects built grand buildings, such as the Alhambra, a fortified palace in Granada. Its lovely gardens, reflecting pools, and finely decorated marble /


FINAL EXAM REVIEW POWER POINT. INTRODUCTION The writings of Marco Polo had increased European interest in trade with Asia – Spices and silks were carried.

Building railroads created new jobs for farm laborers and peasants. Railroads provided quick and cheap transportation for products SOCIAL IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALISM Growth of population and cities New social classes: The Industrial Middle Class – factory owners The Industrial Working Class/7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy – the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and/ by colonial rulers Many faced one-party states and faced tribalism and have remained unstable/


EGYPT MESOPOTAMIA. CIVILIZATION Certain political, social, economic, and technological phenomena are indicators of civilization. 1. Cities that served.

and a significant number of people engaged in non- food producing activities. 4. Class divisions and a substantial increase in the accumulation of wealth. 5. Monumental building. (Building monuments) 6. A system for keeping permanent records (writing) 7. Long distance trade 8. Major advances in science and/ the Nile produced a large surplus of grain that was gathered up and used to sustain rulers, palaces, and great building projects. The Egyptians invented the nilometer, stone steps that measured the water/


The Byzantine Empire The “New” Rome. The Byzantine Empire When the Roman emperor Diocletian required Christians to accept him as a god and worship him,

senatorial class. Constantine had members of noble families follow him to form a new senatorial class. The main imperial buildings were built on Roman models and all statues and works/ worldly representatives, proclaiming themselves to be the “peers of the Apostles” and the “sole rulers of the world.” The Byzantine Empire So unlike their Roman predecessors who/for territory and for the right to claim the legacy of imperial Rome. As Islam grew increasingly powerful in the 7 th century, Constantinople and Rome /


Objective 1 The student will demonstrate and understanding of the nature of science.

activity? A Graduated cylinder and metric ruler B Metric ruler and stopwatch C Magnifying glass and balance D Graduated cylinder and balance 2A Bio H 11/much hemoglobin would be saturated at an O 2 pressure of 7.3 kPa? A 32% B 67% C 89% /hand-washing habits than younger students. C Some elementary school classes teach correct hand- washing methods to students. D Improper hand/ of wooded areas for the construction of buildings may change the way rainfall collects and drains from an area. The information above/


1 EARLY AMERICAN CIVILIZATIONS THE CULTURE OF THE MAYANS, INCAS, AND AZTECS US HISTORY 7TEACHER: ____________________________ NAME: ________________________________.

-Used human sacrifices to satisfy gods. -Conquered and ruled many other tribes. -Social Classes: Ruler, priests and nobles, warriors, merchants and artisans, farmers, and slaves. Warrior in armor. Emperor Moctezuma Tenochtitlan /and lines. Time was extremely important to the Maya and they invented complex and accurate calendars. The Maya used astronomy to influence the design, relationship, and placement of their cities and buildings to reflect the happenings in the heavens over the solar year. STOP 1 7/


World History Final Exam Review PowerPoint 1 Early Humans, Early River Civilizations, Early Empires, World Religions, and Types of Government.

Parent to child  Children to parents  Husbands and wives to each other  Rulers to their subjects 7. Which of the following was most vital to the/ it weakened their defense against invaders.  It offered the lower classes more rights, but it burdened them with more responsibilities as well./lifetime?  Judaism  Christianity  Roman State Religion  Zoroastrianism  Romans were the first to use which building material?  Wood  Concrete  Mud  Stone  Roman law was first codified in the… /


Student Planners: Setting up Tool to Help You Build Your Success!!! It is the expectation that ALL students at EWMS use their Student Planner to keep organized!

Staff Development – Student Holiday Mon- Oct 19th: 7 th grade only Recovery Resource Presentation in all 7 th grade Science classes Fri-Oct 23 rd : 8 th grade only /and be dependable. Honesty Be truthful, fair, and trustworthy. Courage Be brave, stand up for your beliefs and ideals, and show determination in the face of hardship. Self-discipline Control yourself, develop your skills and talents, and achieve what you set out to accomplish. Service Help and serve others. Commitment Help to build a strong and/


Germanic and Medieval Europe. Germanic Rule By AD 500—the Roman Empire had been destroyed by Germanic invasions By AD 500—the Roman Empire had been destroyed.

participated in tournaments to keep their skills sharp Noblemen also enjoyed hunting, falconry, and archery Noblemen also enjoyed hunting, falconry, and archery “Knight” Life Knights came from the noble classes Knights came from the noble classes 1.) @ age 7, training began The boy was a page and learned skills The boy was a page and learned skills 2.) @ 15 the boy became a squire Assists a knight/


The Iraq war divided the Arabs, the Europeans, the Americans and caused a structural damage to Iraq’s society, state, & infrastructure Aljazeera.

Languages: Arabic (official), French, English, Armenian GDP per capita (OER): $7,000 (2008 est.) (US: $47,000) Border countries: Israel 79 km/and European rulers are neither ‘pro nor anti’ Islam, it all depends on their national and class position. Islamists who collaborate with Empire are “moderate” allies and/build the Continent and counter the efforts to penetrate and recolonize it… Continental Africans attending these Tour-stops reminded audiences of Muammar Qaddafi’s support for Nelson Mandela and/


East Asia China, Japan, North & South Korea, and maybe even a little Mongolia.

particularly among the poorer classes. Chiang began to arrest, imprison, and kill Communist party members. In response, Mao organized the Long March Year long, 6000 mile trek from S.E. China to N.W. China in which only 7,000 out of originally/ and Russia for territory in Korea. In 1905, they won control of the country and in 1910, Japan annexed it and made it part of its territories. Japanese Rule The Japanese were harsh rulers. ◦Made Koreans take Japanese names ◦Forced Koreans to build factories, roads, and/


The Iraq war divided the Arabs, the Europeans, the Americans and caused a structural damage to Iraq’s society, state, & infrastructure Aljazeera.

Languages: Arabic (official), French, English, Armenian GDP per capita (OER): $7,000 (2008 est.) (US: $47,000) Border countries: Israel 79 km/and European rulers are neither ‘pro nor anti’ Islam, it all depends on their national and class position. Islamists who collaborate with Empire are “moderate” allies and/build the Continent and counter the efforts to penetrate and recolonize it… Continental Africans attending these Tour-stops reminded audiences of Muammar Qaddafi’s support for Nelson Mandela and/


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