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  • Social And Cultural Contributions Of Migrations And Globalization

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    Social and cultural elements of opinions towards migrants and relations between locals and foreigners are not always easy. In many countries around the world, migrants and migration are constantly being debated. However, there have been societies like the Nomadic Turks who helped developed civilizations. The modern world needs to learn how to resolve the issues of migration from these nomadic cultures. Between 1000 and 1500 CE, the fast movement of human interaction led to the rapid movements of

  • The History of Turkey Essay

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    Throughout history, the middle east has often been the focus of news reporters. A middle eastern country that has not been exempt from this, is Turkey. Turkey has not only been a focus, but it also has had a very long, complicated history. The history of turkey is a very long and detailed one. Turkey was originally settled by groups of farmers probably thousands of years ago. Today, historians call these people the Hittites. During their time, the Hittites were ruled by kings, and had their high

  • The Great Mother In Phrygia

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    her cult to become dangerous, the “Mother Complex” to become normal, and the only protection she offered to be at the point of imminent death and at times of war. The cult of Cybele first started in Phrygia which is also known as Asia Minor or Anatolia, located in modern day Turkey. When the Greeks travelled to Phrygia, they learned about and adopted the violent ways of the cult of Cybele. An example of a violent ritual that was followed by priests and priestesses in the cult was cutting themselves

  • Cultural Economies Of The World

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    When examining different cultural economies of the world, one would find that there are a multitude of emerging economies in all areas of the world. One of these emerging markets can be found in the Eurasian country of Turkey. Through an analysis of their government, current economic state, their geographic location and other similar traits of Turkey’s culture, we are better able to understand where this growth in the economy has stemmed from and how it can continue to improve within time. In looking

  • Truth In The Bible

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    Truth is a fact or belief that is accepted as true. Therefore, we all have different believes or facts that we believe are true. In our secular society we should understand what our truth is in order to know how to defend it when it comes to people asking. For example, people belief in different religions. Many religions claim to have truth but do not always have valid reasons to back up their claims. Therefore, Christianity gives a different view as to how the world works and provides a unique view

  • Research Paper On Ganymede Jewelry

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    Harjeet Chohan Midterm Project Ganymede Jewelry My God, am I such a jewelry fanatic! I knew as soon as I saw jewelry I had to write about it. Jewelry is something women and men but mostly women tend to adorn themselves with to either show stature, beauty or just to feel special about themselves. The Jewelry gives a lot of details on where it was made and the interesting designs on the necklace and earrings. Also, because it’s made of real gold and silver any women would be honored to wear such

  • Grand Yazici Mares Essay

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    Grand Yazıcı Mares Hotel ınformation Sea front location, pine-trees forest and 5 stars service – is not a full list of the reasons to get your vacation in Grand Yazici Mares. Hotel hospitably opening doors as for guests who used to travel alone as for people who have big families with children. Grand Yazici Mares has all possibilities for a pleased rest. Hotel has own pear and big territory on which you can not only enjoy warm summer sun under the shadow of relict trees, but to have a nice walk in

  • The Impact Of The Geography Of Ancient Greece

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    Introduction: The geography of ancient Greece impacted their civilization in a variety of ways. The Greek peninsula is surrounded by the west by the Ionian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the Aegean Sea to the east. Isolated Communities and Difficult travel: Communities in greece were isolated by water and mountains which took a big role, because of this settlements did not have much communication with each other. They were isolated from each other also because time over time the

  • Summary: The Hellenistic Period

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    The Hellenistic Period's Modern Benefits When Alexander the Great died, and left his huge empire to his successors, he also left much change in his wake. Alexander the Great(356 – 323 B.C.), a conqueror of much of the known world in his time, left a powerful influence when he died. He started the Hellenistic Period, the era of Greek culture. His fallen empire reigned on in the form of kingdoms, each practicing the Greek way of life. His tremendous imprint in the East still affects us all today.

  • A Brief Look at the Byzantine Empire

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    The Byzantine Empire The Byzantine Empire, seen as a direct continuation of the Roman Empire, lasted approximately from 500-1450 CE. This empire proved to be a valuable city for both the Greeks as well as the Romans. Throughout history, the Aegean Sea, the Bosphorus Strait, and Constantinople all impacted Roman history through constant trade and achievements. Other than trade, perfecting the oil industry, and the construction of aqueducts, conduits, and tunnels was other main achievements.

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