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    In my past experience with learning writing, I can group the ways I have been taught into three categories. I have learned by teaching myself how to write, have learned in an academic setting, and have learned through hands-on experience in a professional setting. The first time that I attempted to write, as I know understand it, was for the purpose of writing a book. At the time, I was only ten years old, so it wound up being a series of short stories consisting of no more than a few pages each

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    Blogs - Blogging for Change

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    Blogging for Change History itself has always fundamentally been encompassed by the history of writing. Before writing there was no history, but ever since then writing has shaped it in complicated and far reaching ways. The progression of writing, from simply a method of counting left to the elites in society to a universal communication system that allows people to share and explain ideas, has had tremendous historical implications. With the invention of the computer, came the Internet

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    History of Writing

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    Throughout history, writing has had many various uses that have helped record information from history to the present day. Writing has obtained many different uses as to how and what we use writing today. When writing was formed in 3200 B.C. it was used to record and communicate. We have since then used writing for numerous issues such as recording information in which we may learn about the past, and for poetry or literature for people, both children and adults, to read and learn from. People

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    Writing Technology

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    pencil, I turned to the idea of carving my words into something, as the ancient Sumerians did. After all, as Walter Ong says, "The first script, or true writing, that we know was developed among the Sumerians in Mesopotamia [...] around the year 3500 BC." Ideas flew through my head about which medium to carve, such as wood, or even bread. The plausibility of these formats got the better of them, however. Wood would create far too much effort for a simple school assignment, not to mention be possibly

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    Writing Practices

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    Introduction Along with written communication derive numerous advantages where Individuals express their thoughts, opinions and notions through diverse contexts. It commenced when writing was practiced in the prehistoric biosphere as early as 4000 B.C. This, also known as ancient art, advanced through several phases before the use of a written alphabet emerged. Early writing was done in hieroglyphics, or the use of symbols and pictures to represent words in order for individuals to understand one

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    Essay On Stonehenge

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    Stonehenge. The Stonehenge is a theory based piece of art which is on many levels of debates. The two most popular theories are that Three Tribe theory and that the British built it to unify Britain. The time period is mainly estimated at 3000 BC through 2000 BC. They believe the Stonehenge was built in multiple stages all throughout. The influence for why the stonehenge was built is the major question towards the stonehenge. Conspiracies show that the Druids used it for royal purposes to pay off the

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    Catalhoyuk's Description and Analysis

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    Çatalhöyük is an archaeological site in Anatolia whose settlement last from approximately 6500 BC to 5720 BC by James Mellaart’s dating. Although the dates given by the current excavating team are from 7300 BC to 6100 BC. Çatalhöyük is most active during the VII to the V levels occurring between 6600 BC to 6300 BC. This can be proven by looking at what makes Çatalhöyük change. Çatalhöyük is a display of amazing continuity over centuries, contrasted strongly by what changes do occur- often in the

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    Unit 1 (8000 BCE to 600 BCE) TIMELINE 9000-8000 BCE; Fertile Crescent Civilization begins agriculture 8000 BCE; First cities of Jericho and Catal Huyuk develop 6000-5000 BCE; corn domestication in Mexico 3500 BCE; bronze tools are made in Sumer 3500-1000 BCE; Austronesian migration to the Pacific Islands and Madagascar 3000 BCE; Earliest known writing in Mesopotamia 2650 BCE; first pyramid in Egypt 1500 BCE; Hinduism begins in India (one of the first religions formed) 1200 BCE; Hebrews made

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    The Trinovantes’ earliest interaction with Rome occurs during Julius Caesar’s British campaign in 55 B.C. During his campaign, Caesar’s protection is requested by Mandubracius, the young son of the deceased Trinovantian king, Imanuentius. In his account, Caesar brings the Trinovantes under his protection—only after they agree to his terms—and describes the tribe as “almost the most powerful state of those parts” (Caesar 5.20, De Bello Gallico). It can be inferred from this passage that the Trinovantes

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    Burial In Ancient Egypt

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    Here arises a question: was the intramural burial a habit adopted by the Egyptians? The researcher refuses this probability. Although the intramural burial in ancient Egypt can be traced back to the 5th – 4th millennium BC; there are infant burials in cemeteries date back to the same previous period such as that of Adaima, and Riqqa. Thus, it seems that in the same period, some buried their infants within the settlements and others buried them in graves in the

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