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    taste, availability and season among others. This paper seeks to analyze the differences and commonalities, and finally determine which diet is better and in which context all from the point of view of the writer. This paper analyses the Italian Mediterranean diet and the Ghanaian West African diet on the bases of nutritional value, accessibility, family and government economics. First, a brief history on both diets; the Italians and Ghanaians have a lot in common. They enjoy mostly home meals,

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    Crete is a part of the Mediterranean Sea, located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea. More importantly, it’s the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Not only does Crete form a notable amount of contribution to Greece’s economy, but is also rich in its own culture, poetry and music. The primary characteristic of Crete is that it is mountainous and is surrounded by numerous gorges, rivers and lakes. Agriculture and the trade of Dairy products provide for a significant amount to the Greek

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    is located in northwestern Europe and is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, the Apls, and the Pyrenees mountain range. As the capitol is Paris, France’s population consists of 65,951,611 people and is a democratic republic. The development of the country is a main part of its history. Its geographical location makes it a great place for importing and exporting due to the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea bordering it. Lastly, some of France’s many holidays take one back in time

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    Poenecian Research Paper

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    development of sea travel – creating ships that could travel farther and faster than any other ships of the time period – craftsmanship in the form of speciality dyes using advanced techniques as well as the creation of blown glass, and the advancements in the trade system by mainly exporting products that were created with an intended buyer in mind. Of the many advancements the Phoenicians made in the ancient world, the most well known and prolific was the development and enhancement of sea travel. Although

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    An Essay About Italy

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    the Renaissance in Italy began and reintroduced ancient Greek/Roman ideas about art and culture” (Throp 8). “Four countries border Italy; Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. Italy is also surrounded by five seas; Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea, Ionian Sea, Tyrrehienian Sea, and Lygunan Sea” (Throp 12). “Agriculture in most of the country has been of a subsistence type and has led to deforestation” (Italy-Culture). “ Islands are also a part of Italy; Sicily in the south and Sardinia in the northwest”

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    In the book “The Great Sea”, author David Abulafia goes thru the history of the Mediterranean. Trade starts in one place and will link to other civilizations in the Mediterranean. When the Capsian culture began to travel by sea, it did not start out with the concept of trade, but as a necessity to collect raw materials required for tools. At that time, no one claimed ownership of the materials, so trade was not an issue. It was not until the Neolithic period when evidence of trade could

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    Geographic Greece

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    -     Latitude: 3900 North -     Longitude: 2200 East of the prime meridian Relative Location o     Spatial: -     borders the countries Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia -     Borders the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea Relative Location o     Direction and Distance -     6241 miles NE of Dallas, Texas -     324 miles S of Sofia, Bulgaria -     457 miles SSW of Bucharest, Romania -     646 miles ESE of Rome, Italy Size: Greece = Alabama Mercator

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    The geology of Sicily

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    geology of Sicily has a long and complicated history originating during the Mesozoic. The features that compose the present-day Mediterranean is a result from two major processes: the subduction of the African plate underneath the Eurasian plate, and the closure of the Mediterranean Sea. Deposits of carbonate sediment and marine organisms that were deposited from the Tethys Sea (Late Triassic to Early Cretaceous), make up the oldest exposed rocks of western Sicily. During this time, the area’s structural

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    rose and fell because of geography, which demonstrates how geography truly is the mother of history. The river valley of Ancient Egypt had plentiful resources and a stable river that delivered steady supply of silt. Ancient Greece had control over the sea and land that led them to great prosperity. The Aksum empire was an economic powerhouse because of its strategic location and resources. These three prosperous societies all owed their success to one thing, geography. Geography affected the River

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    Caribbean Sea. From this time, this ship was able to surrender the L’Insurgente frigate in 1799. The La Vengeance ship challenged it in return, so the American schooner shot down this ship in the year, 1800. “The Yankee Racehorse” was the nickname for the Constellation. Unfortunately, the heavy currents damaged Constellation on the way back to its headquarters in the shipyard. As the first Barbary War began in North Africa, this ship was awakened to encounter enemies in the Mediterranean. She went

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