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    The History of Ancient Gambling Gambling was present in almost every major, ancient civilization. From the Mesolithic rolling of hucklebones, to the Mesopotamian invention of the six-sided die, and finally to the Chinese invention of the card, not only did gambling survive through countless civilizations of ancient history, it evolved into a global phenomenon. Stakes on these games could range from Quadrans, the Roman equivalent of pennies, to betting an entire estate on a simple throw of the

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    There were many ancient civilizations around the globe. One of the more well known civilizations in ancient Egypt. They have one of the richest histories of any empire in ancient times. Their achievements and religious beliefs have made them such an accomplished dynasty, but their pharaohs and policies are also known worldwide. From around 6000 BCE all the way until about 3000 BCE, gods were the main influence on the Egyptians. There were also separate civilizations in Egypt until 3000 BCE. The two

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    in exhibiting and reiterating the histories of ancient world. In relation to the Ancient Near East, the Great Sphinx serves this purpose. To the south of the Khafre pyramid in Giza near Cairo, there sits a huge creature at the depression with the body of a lion but with a human head. This monumental statue, which is the initial true colossal imperial sculpture, is identified as the Great Sphinx. It serves as a national emblem of Egypt both modern and ancient. For centuries, the Great Sphinx

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    The process of individualization, the process of self empowerment, we have empowered ourselves to the point that we have forgotten to be compassionate, nurturing and merciful. The graces of the goddess have been replaced with the protectiveness of ancient images on the masculine gods. Now we have women that are seemingly better than their male counterparts at being male. Was that the original purpose of the equality of right between the genders? We want women to have the same opportunities as men;

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    Egypt like The Natural World, History, Culture, Geography, and Economy. The Nile River is the largest river in the world. Stretching 4,000(6,437km) Egypt is located northeast corner of the African continent. The ancient Egyptians thought of Egypt as being divided into two types of land, the black land and the red land The 'black land' was the fertile land on the banks of the Nile. The ancient Egyptians used this land for growing their crops. This was the only land in ancient Egypt that could be farmed

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    Today, in the 21st century, historians all over the world continue to study ancient civilizations. Archaeologists have found a lot of evidence of ancient civilizations existence that could help to reveal mysteries of the ancient world. Earliest civilizations go through the complex processes of survival, social adaptation and cultural development. Ancient civilizations flashed like stars in the horizon of history, than evolved and flourished, and then destroyed after certain period of time. But they

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    History Of Ancient Rome

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    ROMAN MEDICINE Bigyan Mainali HY101-2D: Wester Civilization I November 11, 2014 Ancient Rome was a flourishing civilization that started around 800 BC and existed for approximately 1200 years. It started off in Rome, and grew into one of the largest and most powerful empires in ancient history. It was ruled initially by monarchs, then became an aristocratic republic, and shifted towards being a progressively more repressive empire. The empire spread to Southern, Western and parts

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    History of Ancient China

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    History of Ancient China China is located in East Asia. Ancient China is surrounded by Gobi Desert in the north, the Pacific Ocean in the east, the Himalayan Mountains in the southwest, and the Taklimakan desert in the west. This land has a wide variation of animals because of the different habitats provided for them. Most farming was done in the very fertile lands of the Yangtze valley. Present China is much bigger than Ancient China, which means that over time, the kings and different dynasties

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    was like living in Ancient Rome? According to Roman mythology, twin brothers, Romulus and Remus, played an important role in the founding of Rome. They decided to found a city along the Tiber River near the spot where they were abandoned. The brothers eventually began fighting over this city and Romulus ended up killing his brother. He then went on to build the city that eventually became Rome, which was of course named after Romulus. “Beginning in the eighth century B.C., ancient Rome grew from a

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    History Of Ancient Rome

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    Systems of writing Roman boys were allowed to go to school and learn how to do music, history, geography, astronomy, mathematics, reading, writing, Latin and Greek. However girls weren’t allowed to learn all of these subjects. They were only allowed to learn Greek, Latin and domestic skills, such as spinning cloth and weaving. Latin was one of the first languages ever spoken, meaning that the ancient Romans weren’t the first group of people to speak that language. Romans also used metal or wood tools

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