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    The Golden Age Archetype

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    The Golden Age is a story pattern archetype that refers to a perfect period that is ultimately utopian; specifically speaking, it is an era in the past when a civilization or a certain type of society enjoyed the pleasures of materialistic abundance, prosperity, peace, and happiness. Historically speaking, many civilizations in ancient times had their golden age, which is a peak phase a civilization achieves way before its ultimate decline or eventual demise. In this case, the empires of Babylon

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    Islamic world and was the age of massive importance to the development of world knowledge and technology, known as the Golden Age, because of its scientific achievement. This knowledgeable efflorescence was largely the result of the Muslim world’s integration of the scientific legacies of other civilizations – an adjustment aided notably by the translation movement (chiefly from Greek into Arabic) initiated by the caliph al-Ma’mūn in ninth-century Baghdad. The golden age of Islam brought about wonders

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    A Golden Age for Athens?

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    A "Golden Age" for Athens? The 5th century BCE was a period of great development in Ancient Greece, and specifically in Athens. The development of so many cultural achievements within Athens and the Athenian Empire has led scholars to deem this period a "Golden Age." It is true that his period had many achievements, but in the light of the Athenians treatment of women, metics (non-Athenians living in Athens), and slaves it is given to question whether or not the period can truly be called "Golden

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    Golden Age Of Science

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    peoples said that Allah created everything in existence himself while scientists said that everything occurred naturally. Even though there was conflict over the beliefs of the people, the Islamic scientists still managed to prosper and produce a Golden Age of Science in the medieval Islamic world. The contribution of the Arabo-Islamic scholars to the genesis of modern sciences constitutes a passionately debated topic of research, and in many encyclopedias of science and its history, the Arabo-Islamic

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    Creative Story: My Golden Age Many people have their own Golden Ages. It is like a dream that a person would like to live out. Many of these dreams tend to be similar to a utopia, or a perfect world. Due to the fact that their Golden Age is a perfect world, most of these dreams are a little bit on the unrealistic side. Most of them never come true. However, I am not so picky. I would make the best attempt to make my life the best it could be, and also knowing that it could come true, and still

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    The Golden Age Of Islam

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    The Catholic Church was the most powerful churches across Europe and the middle ages. After the fall of Rome, no state or government united the people who lived in Europe. Kings and queens received much of their power from their alliance and protection of the Church. King Charlemagne was named the Emperor of the Romans later afterwards. He was the first leader since Rome’s fall 300 years before this. Over time, Charlemagne’s kingdom became the Holy Roman Empire. Innocent people across Europe had

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    The Abbasid rule was a prosperous and flourishing time for the Islamic world. Commonly referred to as the “Golden age” of Islam, it was the height of the classical Islamic period. With new initiatives in art, literature, and sciences, the dynasty has had lasting effects on the world. Some of the most important and influential work during this time was that done on medicine. As the dynasty expanded, so did the access to knowledge and ability to share new advancements and discoveries. For medicine

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    The Golden Age for Jews

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    The Golden Age for Jews was an age of great prosperity along with fluctuating tolerance. The Golden Age is a period in Jewish history when the Jews were living under Islamic Rule. The Golden Age started in about year 711 and went till approximately 1066 CE. Most of the prosperity in this age came through Islamic ruled Spain where many Jews lived. In this era the Jews had protection from being proselytized by Muslims through a set of laws called the Dhimmi laws. The laws provide a certain amount

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    the Prophet Muhammad’s life, Islam had started to prosper and grow throughout the entire known world at the time. Even after Muhammad’s death, Islam only prospered more and more and, in fact, the 8th to 16th centuries where known as the “Islamic Golden Age” as the Muslims grew and accomplished the most during this period. The Umayyad Empire, located in Damascus, and the Abbasid Empire, located in Baghdad, were the two main institutions that funded the new scientific innovations the Muslims were making

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    on the larger population. Though, what happened next caused a major uproar globally, The Golden Age. It was in 1851 when a prestigious miner, Edward Hargreaves returned from his mining trip to America, with the speculation that the land of opportunity too bore the minerals and gold that could be mined. Upon reporting to the government who allowed for investigations into the matter to be made, The Golden Age of mining in Australia began. It was a joyous occasion, not only was the land of opportunity

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