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    Demonstrating the muscles being used, the lower extremities and a few in the upper extremities due to the bar used. The gluteus maximus is one of the primary movers in hip extension. This muscle is used twice in the exercise, at the start when he raises the bar and then towards the end, when he is in fully erect position. The hamstrings, which consist of the bicep femoris, semimembranosus

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    When the terms theatre and performance are compared, some would say theatre and performance are the same. Others would state that theatre and performance have different meanings. Indeed, the two terms theatre and performance have different meanings. On the contrary, theatre and performance are similar because both are forms of art, and the forms receive a reaction from the audience. The reactions are usually based on how well the performance or theatre is presented. In other words, the quality of

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    loosely based on the real life characters. However some parts of the film were exaggerated such as the battles in the arena, where gladiators fought to death; and many of the outfits were historically inaccurate. Moreover, fictional characters like Maximus were created and these historical exaggerations were aimed to attract and entertain the audience, like every other Hollywood blockbuster, there are bound to be some historical inaccuracies in this film. One of the main themes that the film revolves

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    aid him in his own monastic reforms. These works, by Theodore, provide arguments from the Iconoclasm periods, and also, from his personal history that give scholars a view into that period of the Byzantine history. Another influential scholar was Maximus the Confessor. In his early years, he studied philosophy, g... ... middle of paper ... ...s F.X. The Western Humanities Volume I: Beginnings Through the Renaissance. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2010. Newman, Garfield. Echoes

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    Orange Juice Experiment

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    juice has more electrolytes than well-known sport drinks Background Information In my experiment, I am testing the conductance of different drinks. This relates to the amount of electrolytes they have within them. The drinks that I am testing are Maximus, PowerAde, Orange Juice, distilled water and Tap water. I choose these drinks because there has been much discussion whether sports drinks actually affect the performance of a normal person, relating to the amount of electrolytes in the substance

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    social studies presentation

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    Our first stop is the Circus Maximus. The Circus Maximus, was a very large stadium, with a track. People went to the Circus Maximus to see Chariot racing. This happened in 102 CE. The Circus Maximus was not the only circus in the Roman Empire. The Romans built circuses (outdoor racetracks) all over the Empire. The Circus Maximus was the most well known race track. It could seat over 250,000 people! Admission was free. Anyone could attend the races, including Rome's poor. There were races every day

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    The Power of One God

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    people. As a result, the Roman army drastically diminished and could no longer defend its borders. Finally, with the establishment of Christian churches and the roles of the Bishops and the presbyters, the authority of the pontiffs and the Pontifus Maximus greatly decreased. For the first time in Roman history, there was a struggle for power in Roman religious practices. Thus, the rise of Christianity is accountable for the fall of the Roman Empire, as Christianity was a monotheistic religion that challenged

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    The Roman Colosseum

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    In Rome the buildings were constructed under Roman Empire. The Roman Colosseum was constructed between 69 to 79 CE by the Vespasian emperor, The Circus Maximum was built in the 2nd century B.C by the high emperor, in 31 B.C the fire destroyed it that led Emperor Augustus to rebuild the Circus in 82 AD, Ludus Magnus was a gladiatorial training school in Rome and it was originally built between 81-96AD by Emperor Domitian. The emperor’s theme was large public stone buildings that would bring the people

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    and Nothing Gold Can Stay examine aspects of loss throughout each piece of literature. There is an existentially significant amount of loss present in Gladiator showcased by the murder of Maximus’ family, destruction of his career, and abduction of his freedom, all set forth by Commodus- a despised emperor. Maximus goes from a revered general in the Roman army with a loving family to welcome him home, to a slave who has seemingly nothing for which to live. However, he somehow finds a will to live through

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    Roman cities had two major roads, the Cardo Maximus, the main street running through the north-south and the Decumanus, running east-west, serving as a secondary street, emphasized in the ancient Roman city of Timgad, which was a typical aspect of Roman cities. In essence, the Cardo Maximus and Decumanus played an integral part of city planning, but also served as a central hub for economic life and business. Furthermore

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