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  • Time In Modern Europe Views On Politics
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    Today, what is considered to be the modern times began with the Early Renaissance at the start of the 15th century. As time has progressed, things have modified within societies to mold with the new ways of thinking for that time. Between the years of the 1400's and the 1800's this world has undergone many changes. Focusing on Europe, the major forces of change were in politics, economics, and religion. In modern European history political effort were supplied by the state. Early in the 15th cen...
  • Its 16th Century Audiences
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    Desdemona, on the other hand, is only heard talking naturally with other people. Yet, she too is developed through both the content and form of her speech. For example, Desdemona's conversations with Emilia, particularly at the end of the play (IV, ), reveal aspects of her character as well as Emilia's character. Have students look at these and discuss what they reveal about each of the characters.] When it was enacted upon the stage, Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus was most probably received by ...
  • Prostitution And Venereal Disease
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    Prostitution in a broad aspect, is a relatively indiscriminate sexual exchange made for material gain. Individuals prostitute themselves when they grant sexual access for money, gifts, or other payment and in so doing uses their body in commodity. In legal terms the word prostitute refers only to those who "engage frequently and overly in such sexual-economic exchanges" (Britannica Encyclopedia Online). Prostitution differed in pre-industrial societies compared to industrial societies. In each p...
  • Mid Century German Tenor Trombones
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    The trombone appeared after the mid-15th century, evidently as an advance on the Renaissance slide trumpet, and was possibly first produced by Flemish makers who supplied wind instruments to the court of Burgundy. Virdung's Musica getutsht (1511) includes a woodcut of a trombone that closely resembles the earliest surviving instruments - tenor trombones by Erasmus Schnitzer (1551; now in Nuremberg, Germanishes National museum) and Jorg Neuschel (1557; formerly in the Galpin Collection, now owned...
  • 17th Century Samplers
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    English IV 16 May 2003 The History of Embroidery The art of decorating textiles is almost as old as the human race; and the study of its history offers a fascinating insight into the social, economic, and religious aspects of art and design throughout the centuries. Embroidery has been used in countless ways and for many different purposes: to record information and commemorate events, to embellish elaborate trousseaux and funerary wrappings, to proclaim the glory of God and the majesty of kings...

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