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History
Hello, I have to discuss a topic for my homework. I am having a really hard time finding a discussion starter (for I have a tough time speaking to other people, even if I talk online) The topic today is "discuss Reform Movements." I go to connections academy and I am on "...

History
1. What two factors caused retrenchment from 1731-1745? A. Apache raids and poorly timed military cutbacks B. Border disputes and attack on the french C. The Mexican war of independence and the Spanish American war D. Wars in Europe and numerous failed missions 2.How did Jose ...

History
can someone give me an example of an ancient civilization who created government and laws during the agricultural revolution.

world history
In the unit review you wrote a statement in which you explain whether you considered government under the Roman republic or government under the Roman empire to be more successful NY elaborate on that statement by writing an essay in which you evaluate the success of the Roman...

History
In the beginning, the Crusades had been about protecting Christians from the Saracens and reclaiming the city of Jerusalem (1). But in later Crusades, the Church began declaring holy wars on European land (2). For example, the Albigensian Crusade took place entirely within ...

History
Which empire defeated and replaced the Byzantine Empire as the dominant authority in the Mediterranean?

History
What effects did the Crusades have on Sunni and Shiite Muslim factions? What effects did the Crusades have on Sunni and Shiite Muslim factions? A. Sunni and Shiite factions quarreled under the leadership of Saladin, resulting in the genocide of Sunni Muslims. B. Sunni and ...

History
How did the concept of the “established church” affect the pilgrims? A. It proved the pilgrims’ willingness to reform. B. It demonstrated the pilgrims’ desire to limit religious freedom C. It cause the pilgrims desire to limit religious freedom D. It provided the ...

History
examples from an ancient civilization an their impact of the Agricultural Revolution on the formation and development of permanent human settlements and technological advancements.

history
What were the lasting cultural and political impacts of the Crusades on European societies?

history
European medieval life was dominated by the Catholic Church (1). The Church defined and maintained social order (2). Catholic social programs cared for the poor, the sick, and the orphaned (3). Catholic monks provided literacy programs to peasants to spread the teachings of ...

history
In Europe, warriors of the feudalist society were referred to as knights (1). In Japan, they were known as ninjas (2). Knights were bound by a moral code known as chivalry (3), whereas ninjas followed the moral code of bushido (4). I think 1,2 are true and 3,4 are false

history
Which accurately describes the impact of the Catholic Church on medieval politics and government? (Select all that apply.) the catholic church doctrine required a clear distinction between church and state the catholic church unified different kingdoms of Europe under the ...

History
How did the concept of the “established church” affect the pilgrims? A. It proved the pilgrims’ willingness to reform. B. It demonstrated the pilgrims’ desire to limit religious freedom C. It cause the pilgrims desire to limit religious freedom D. It provided the ...

history
How did the Catholic Church affect medieval politics? the hierarchical structure of the catholic church inspired a feudal society the catholic church imposed a meritocracy government in rome the charitable structure of the catholic church inspired a socialist society the ...

ELA
Which of the following sentences contains a singular possessive noun? A.The book tells the nation's history. B.Some wars begin over minor issues. C.My parents' families are from Scotland. D.The men's kilts identify their clans. My answer is A

history
Which accurately describes similarities between feudal Europe and Japan? (Select all that apply.) the peasants in both Europe and japan received goods instead of money for their work efforts the warrior class in both Europe and japan followed strict moral codes the people of ...

history
Which event best identifies the beginning of the so-called Dark Ages in Europe? initiation of the hundred years war spread of the bubonic plaque fall of the roman empire rise of the arab empire I think its c

history
In forty seven ronin what is the author's message?

World History
To begin, complete the chart below by organizing different social and economic classes of people in the Middle Ages. Arrange the following groups in the proper order according to their place in society: serfs, nobles, clergy, merchants, monarchs, artisans, and knights. Can ...

History
What were three positive and three negative effects of European contact on Native Americans?

Physics
An 8.0-kg history textbook is placed on a 1.25-m high desk. How large is the gravitational potential energy of the textbook-earth system relative to the desktop?

History
What are 2 possible economic theorists/ financial gurus I can compare with opposing views? One favouring fiscal policy while other favouring laissez faire?

World History
The Roman Empire had unified the Mediterranean region on both northern and southern seacoasts (1). Following the decline of the Roman Empire, a power vacuum was filled by the Byzantine and Arab Empires (2). Under the Byzantine Empire, the region became Christianized, whereas ...

history
What were some differences between the Byzantine and Arab Empires? (Select all that apply.) the byzantine empire forbade trade with Visigoth and Frankish nations, whereas the arab empire encouraged seagoing trade. the byzantine empire had great regard for science and ...

history
What was the capital city of the Ottoman Empire?

history
What tradition of the Ottoman Empire gave the sultan absolute power yet a duty to ensure fair justice and protection for the empire’s citizens? is it adalet

World History (check answer)
Which characteristic of the Avignon papacy drew harsh criticism? A. inclusion of women in Church services B. lavish lifestyle C. persecution of non-Christians*** D. worship of icons

History
The framers of the Constitution began with the famous words, "We the People." Consider whether those words were Federalist or Anti-federalist and what was meant by "the people." Which can you infer about those opening words? A. Those words likely came from the Anti-federalists...

History
PHOENIX, Sept. 20, 2012—Arizona's new immigration law takes effect this week. According to the law, police officers must check the status of anyone who may be an undocumented immigrant. Officers have the right to decide who is checked under this law. Which argument would a ...

History
CHECK AND CORRECT MY ANSWER PLEASE!ASAP!I ONLY KNOW THE 1ST ONE. 1. What was the primary cash crops of Jamestown? A. Corn B. Cotton C. Tobacco** D. Sugar 2. What is the main reason settlers of the middle colonies develop their economy? A. Land for large plantations B. ...

history
"Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains." The quote above most accurately reflects the need for which of the following Enlightenment ideals? •individual freedom*** •faith •moderation

history
"That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men... Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it..." Which of the following historical persons would have been most likely to agree ...

New Mexico history
Choose at least two contributions of early cultures in the Eastern or Western Hemispheres and explain how they might have affected the development of New Mexico.

World History
Several factors contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire. Rome was experiencing an internal financial crisis due to overspending on wars (1). Rome also suffered losses to invading tribes including the Persian Empire, which successfully sacked Rome in AD 410 (2). With no new...

Grammar
Select the word or phrase in the sentence that is not used correctly. 1) After the policeman had ran for several miles, he finally caught up with the man who had stolen the purse. a) Had ran b) Several miles c) Who d) Up with 2) The man’s heart attach scared him badly and ...

World History
From AD 527 to 565, Justinian I was the first ruler of the Byzantine Empire (1). During his reign, the empire encompassed most of the land around the Mediterranean Sea (2). Under his rule, magnificent monuments were built including the Hagia Sophia church, which at the time ...

World History
Several factors contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire. Rome was experiencing an internal financial crisis due to overspending on wars (1). Rome also suffered losses to invading tribes including the Persian Empire, which successfully sacked Rome in AD 410 (2). With no new...

history
Which options accurately describe the impact of the Roman Empire on later civilizations? (Select all that apply.) the roman empire invented gunpowder used by western nations in future wars the roman empire bureaucratic government was adopted by European nations the roman ...

history
What best describes tactics used by the Arab Empire when it captured a region? A) The conquerors used Visigoth mercenaries to maintain order. B) The conquerors forced the populace to convert Islam. C) The conquerors used the region's existing leaders as governors to collect ...

History
Explain the impacts that European contact and settlement had on the Native Americans

History
1. La salle had conflicts with which of the following groups of American Indians? Hasinai Caddo*** Apache Karankawa Please help quickly

history
"Having undertaken, for the Glory of God, and advancements of the Christian faith and honor of our King and Country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the Northern parts of Virginia, do by these presents, solemnly and mutually, in the presence of God, and one another, ...

Texas State History
Plzzz Help!!!!! If you answer plz be right!!!! The Caddos were an American Indian group in Texas that practiced agriculture and built permanent houses. What can be inferred about the group? (1point) A it created large populations . Bit formed a small and defenseless population...

World History
Rome’s empire covered 2.5 million square miles (1). But this large territory meant longer frontiers to defend and more lands to control (2). To flesh out the army’s dwindling ranks, Roman Senators declared that all able-bodied men must serve, which resulted in rioting (3...

cultural anthropology
Hi, I am trying to come up with some examples and was hoping to get some help. I need 2 examples comparing anthropology with history and sociology. I just can't think of anything. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be great, thanks

ER Diagram - Database
An online retailer, S record, which sells physical music albums, plans to implement a DBMS to enhance its data management practice and ultimately advance business operations. The requirements collection and analysis phase of the database design process has provided the ...

Middle East
In what way the role of women has changed in the history of the Middle East?

history
Which most accurately describes how religion impacted the Mayan culture? mayan priests performed human sacrifices to appease the angry gods the maya shared spiritual beliefs and cultural characteristics with their rivals, the Aztecs the maya believed in pacifism, nonviolence,...

history
Which accurately describes the Roman Empire’s influence on the Celts throughout northern Europe? there is no evidence that the celts and the romans made contact the celts resisted roman rule by successfully defeating Julius ceasar advancing armies in Britain and gaul the ...

history
Which most accurately describes the role of Abraham in the Hebrew scriptures? he led his people west from Mesopotamia to canaan, in present day isreal he fought and slew the philistine giant known as goliath he led his people against philistine. after he became the first king ...

history
Which most accurately describes ancient Phoenicia’s agricultural practices? Phoenicia did not have much land for farming, but did grow fruits, wheat, olives, and grapes for wine Phoenicia had plenty of fertile land, where plums, apples, oranges, and grapes for wine and ...

history
how did the Agricultural Revolution impact religion and culture?

music
What is the difference among the musical instruments? Are they different slightly? 1. pipe 2. flute 3. recorder

history
Which best defines settlement as it pertains to the history of civilization? a location where two parties resolved disputes or conflict over land ownership a location where groups ceased roaming and built permanent dwellings location where natural substances were broken down ...

history
What was the Roman Empire’s system of government prior to Julius Caesar that heavily influenced Western democracies? Peasants, including women and slaves, were ruled by kings, barons, and lords. Roman government consisted of a king, crown prince, and an elected cabinet. ...

history
Which most accurately reflects the development of agriculture in early African civilizations?  the walls of the jabrin castle were erected in oman to protect valuable crops the kingdom of Ghana exchanged surplus crops and gold for textiles and salt brought by roving traders ...

World History
Following the deaths of Cleopatra and Mark Antony, Egypt was no longer a sovereign nation and became occupied by Rome (1). Roman law was imposed on Egypt, and it was split up into smaller provinces under Roman governors and prefects (2). Egypt became the primary source of ...

history
Which most accurately describes the structure of the Roman government when it was a republic? A: The Roman government was a dictatorship in which an emperor ruled by divine right. B: The Roman government consisted of two consuls and the senate. C: The Roman government was an ...

history
Which best describes the Assyrian Empire’s impact on the Mesopotamia region? The Assyrians were the last known hunter-gatherer group in Mesopotamia. The Assyrians attacked and killed thousands of Muslims in Egypt, Iran, and Syria. The Assyrians attacked the Byzantine Empire ...

history
Which best describes a democracy? form of government in which political power is held by a single ruler form of government in which political power is held by the people government based on appointing officials according to merit and academic qualifications government based on...

history
Which accurately describes battle achievements of Alexander the Great? He defeated the Roman Empire in Egypt, founded the city of Cairo, and ordered the preservation of King Tutankhamun artifacts. He defeated the Persian Empire in Egypt and founded the city of Alexandria, a ...

history
Which major culture of the ancient world is responsible for producing literature such as the Iliad and the Odyssey?  I think its greek

history
In 332 BC, which military leader defeated the Persians and annexed Egypt to be part of his Macedonian Greek empire? alexander the great Julius Caesar mark antony king tutankhamum is it a

History
1. La salle had conflicts with which of the following groups of American Indians? Hasinai Caddo Apache Karankawa

World History
Chinese characters originally were pictographs, but the language expanded into thousands of complex and stylized characters (1). One of the oldest Chinese books yet discovered is the I Ching, a fortune-telling guide that historians believe was written around 800 BC (2). ...

history
How were the cultural customs of Oceania passed down from generation to generation? A) Oceania cultures used hieroglyphics and pictographs on seashells. B) Oceania cultures kept written records using silk. C) Oceania cultures used an oral tradition for passing on information. ...

history
Which accurately describes historical events of the Han Dynasty? during the han dynasty, emperor qin shi huang began building the great wall of china during the han dynasty, historian believe the l ching, a fortune telling guide, was written during the dynasty, trade prospered...

World History
What events contributed to the rise and fall of the Egyptian Empire?

History
What kinds of tools and material would Native Americans have used at Scull Shoals that did not last long enough for archaeologists to find?

Social studies
From the True Narration of the Knight of Elvas March 9, 1540 On the other bank of the river we found a province, which is called Acapachiqui (Southwest Georgia), very abundant in food... We saw some towns of the province, and others we could not because it was a land of very ...

Social studies
From the True Narration of the Knight of Elvas March 9, 1540 On the other bank of the river we found a province, which is called Acapachiqui (Southwest Georgia), very abundant in food... We saw some towns of the province, and others we could not because it was a land of very ...

English
Organize the mystery sentence. 1. is –historic – as – as – modern. - London – is - it London is as historic as it is modern 2. The – old – buildings – newer ones - tourists – more – than - attract – do. The old buildings attract more tourist than newer ...

world history
how did sapiens reach north america from africe? A they sailed from the west coast of africe to the east coast of north america. B they sailed from the southern tip of africe to south america. C they went through asia and crossed a land bridge into north america. D they went ...

Social Studies
Can I have these answers checked? 1. Which of The following provides the definition of a nation? A. The Highest elected officials in a country B. The area ruled by an independent government**** C. A country with defined borders and foreign policy enforced by a military D. A ...

History
Explain how Hobbes and Locke influenced the social and political landscape of Europe and the Americas.

history
PLEASE HELP. I need someone to help me on an overdue history essay that concerns Ancient India and The Caste System. I'm super confused and my mind's all over the place. No, I'm not asking someone to do it for me, just ANYTHING to help :) Here is the directions if anyone cares...

World History
Which accurately describes the differences between Orthodox and Reform Jews? orthodox jews strictly follow mosaic law, whereas reform jews do not follow all ancient laws reform jews strictly follow mosaic law, whereas orthodox jews do not follow all ancient laws reform jews ...

world history A
The earliest societies of Mesopotamia believed their rulers had divine right (1). As these societies grew in size, more complex governments and bureaucracies emerged (2). As a result, ancient Mesopotamia became the birthplace of a secular society that separated church and ...

American History
True or false? After the American revolution, Americans came to view themselves as equal to each other

world history A
Around 2300 BC, the small city of Babylon arose on the site of the fallen Sumerian Empire (1). A few hundred years later, neighboring Amorite kings moved in and established a dynasty, declaring Babylon the capital of the Babylonian Empire (2). Babylonia’s domain covered ...

anthropology
2 key differentiators and 2 examples of anthropology compared to history and sociology. I found the definitions of each- Cultural anthropology-study of living people and cultures and they actually live with the people they study Archaeology- a subclass of anthropology and is ...

World History
1.Which of the following is one of the notable achievments of early china? A. a complex system of writing B. a single spoken language*** C. cotton textiles D. copper ore technology 2. How did the Zhou dynasty come to rule a large part of China? A.by establishing a wide trading...

world history A
Read the summary. The social structure of city life during the Neolithic period was very different from hunter-gatherer society, as it often restricted individual freedoms (1). At times, personal or family autonomy was replaced with the outside authority of unrelated strangers...

world history A
What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies? A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies.B.) Hunter-gatherers made little impact on the...

world history A
Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution continues to impact modern society? (Select all that apply foods are no longer seasonal and only available at certain times of year the food industry has allowed investors to make substantial profits the number of small ...

world history A
How did the Agricultural Revolution influence the development of human society during the Neolithic Age? (Select all that apply.) it led to development it simplified human existence and culture it led to developments in pottery it simplified the hierarchy of social classes is ...

world history A
Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution has affected modern society? (Select all that apply.) food wholesalers invented frozen foods to increase a foods shelf life the food industry invented refrigerators to enable farther transport of food genetically modified ...

world history A
What changes occurred when human civilizations evolved from hunter-gatherers to settled societies? (Select all that apply societies created intricate laws and government societies developed new farming technology societies became less exposed to infectious disease societies ...

Cultural Anthropology
Describe 2 key differentiators with 2 examples about anthropology compared to history and sociology

world history A
As the Agricultural Revolution progressed, how did the surplus of food affect early human civilization? (Select all that apply.) it enabled different social classes and occupations to form it eliminated the need for animal husbandry practices it enabled artisans to specialize ...

world history A
What best describes the impact of people changing from hunter-gatherers to living in permanent agricultural societies?  A.)Hunter-gatherers relied on a narrower variety of foods compared to grain producing agricultural societies. B.) Hunter-gatherers made little impact on ...

world history A
Which best describes how the Agricultural Revolution continues to impact modern society? (Select all that apply foods are no longer seasonal and only available at certain times of year the food industry has allowed investors to make substantial profits the number of small ...

history
Explain how the tension between globalization and national sovereignty has manifested itself historically and how it is evident in the development of international law

history
Compare the tactics used by the french troops in the French and Indian war with those of the American patriots during the revolution. In the french and Indian war they fought like any other war but the patriots fought using guerilla warfare and other types of warfare. Is the ...

History
The Atakapans occupied the region from the Sabine river to the A. San Jacinto river*** B. Red river C. Colorado river D. Trinity river Both the Karankawa and Atakapans relied heavily on which resources? A.rival groups B.fish and shellfish*** C.settlers D.trees and nuts

History
What are the main factors that have affected the economic development in the Middle East

World History
7. Which north american civilizations adapted to their environment in part by farming? Choose all that apply, 2 answers. A.Haida B.Inuit C.Iroquois D.Puebloan

history
25.Which statements best describe similarities between the middle colonies and the new England colonies. select all that apply A. both regions had ethnically diverse populations B. both had mostly good relationships with the native Americans even though there were some ...

History
Why was the Iroquois League formed? A- to create one government B- to increase trade in North America C- to form a peace alliance D- to improve farming methods (My answer B)

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