History

Importance of Historical Buildings

The modern world is obsessed with the modern concepts of designing and facades of buildings. This is the reason why historical buildings are gradually losing their importance. Presently, most of the historical places in different countries are for either the industrial purpose or residential purpose. There are very few historical places which are preserved as a cultural heritage. (more…)

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History

Essay: US Congress and Radical Reconstruction

The reconstruction approach by Congress was somewhat radical. A section of Republicans overrode Johnson’s veto on the Civil Rights bill through a Congressional vote whose outcome was: (Senate 33: 15) and House (122: 41). . Meanwhile, Johnson vetoed the Freedmen’s Bureau Bill and Congress retaliated as they did with the previous bill and successfully overrode his veto setting in force the Freedmen’s Bureau Act (Nelson, 1988 p 97). (more…)

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History

Essay: Elements of Material and Pose

There was much more to these statues than just the elements of materials and pose. These statues brought out other reactions to a contemporary viewer. We cannot help but belief that the resonance of power, immutability, and also the threat which was brought out by these works would have been even greater in the ruler who represented the work. (more…)

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History

Essay: Western Christian Attitudes to Islam

The advance of the Latin west church into other regions of the world to control the spread of Islam, led to the further division of the church into the western and Eastern churches or the orthodox churches[1]. The Eastern Church declined under the pressure of the Islamic and Ottoman persecutions and influences of the Islamic jihads. While, the western church developed rapidly to include many continents of the world. (more…)

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History

Essay: Western Civilization

Western civilization unlike its prehistoric civilization is no longer directed by Agriculture, but rather by organized trade and industry. Despite the progresses, the western Christianity still views Islamic faith in the same light. Western civilization always associates its political and cultural identity with Christian religious views. Following the early wars with Muslims western civilization still judge Islamic practices suspiciously. (more…)

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History

Essay: Uses of the Stonehenge

This version of the uses of the Stonehenge are convincing since by standing in the middle of the circle, and as one looks past the avenue’s entrance, for example in the morning during the summer solstice, the sun rises above the heel rock (Falk 56). (more…)

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History

Essay: To Have Control of the Region

In order to have control of the region, Rome under Pope Urban II, called for Europe to save the church and gain the holy land covering North Africa, Palestine and Sicily from Islam. This first crusade was driven by the need to protect the church, take over cities of economic interest more so Spain and religious sites like Jerusalem from Islam. (more…)

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History

Essay: Conclusion of the Paper

The manner in which Christianity in western civilization responds to Islam is a product of holy wars that have their roots in history. The Islamic rule rose in the 7th century after the fall of the Empires like Roman and Persian. During this time, Christians under these empires had to fight to protect the church and their states against the advance of Islam Jihads with crusades. (more…)

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