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  · Ancient Greece and Rome 1200 B.c.e.-476 C.e.: Religion   · Ancient Greece and Rome 1200 B.c.e.-476 C.e.: Religion   · Ancient Greece and Rome 1200 B.c.e.-476 C.... Read more
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Circa 4 Million To 1 Million B.C.E. Circa 1.5 Million To 200,000 B.C.E. Circa 1,000,000-10,000 B.C.E. Circa 250,000 B.C.E. Circa 40,000 B.C.E. Circa 8000 B.C.E. 5000 B.C.E. Circa 4000-3500 B.C.E. Cir... Read more
29,453 words, approx. 99 pages
What is Religion? What we might call religion appeared along with homo sapiens sapiens in the Paleolithic era, about fifty thousand years ago. These people left signs of belief in some supernatural re... Read more
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Greek Legacy. "Let others better mould the running mass / Of metals, and inform the breathing brass, / And soften into flesh a marble face; / Plead better at the bar; describe the skies, / And when th... Read more
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The Roman Family—What Is It? What was a family for the Romans? Was a family a group of people related by birth, or by marriage, or by the fact that they lived together? For the Romans, the answe... Read more
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The Nature of the Sources. The question "What was daily life like in Roman antiquity?" is in some respects easy to respond to, yet, in other ways difficult to answer. It is easy to point to the source... Read more
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Roman Law. One of the most distinctive features of Roman culture was its large and elaborately articulated legal system. There were three layers of what might today be called "laws." First, there were... Read more
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The Roman Classes. At any time in Roman history, individual Romans knew with certainty that they belonged to a specific social class: Senator, Equestrian, Patrician, Plebeian, Slave, Free. In some cas... Read more
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Agricultural Foundations. From its very beginnings in prehistory, Rome was a place of travelers and transients. Long before the city acquired its empire, it was a collection of small, independent, hil... Read more
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Art and Life. Literature is about life, about what it means to be human in any given place at some time, about human pursuits and aspirations, which may or may not coincide with those of its author. E... Read more
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Spread of Roman Power. Throughout the period beginning in the third century B.C.E. and ending with the fall of the Roman Empire in the West, increase in geographical and topographical knowledge was in... Read more
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