History

Greek Astronomy Philosophers: Ptolemy

Greek Astronomy Philosophers: Ptolemy

Prime objective of this lecture is to present on Greek Astronomy Philosophers: Ptolemy. Ptolemy was a Greco-Egyptian writer, known as a mathematician, astronomer, geographer, astrologer, and poet of a single epigram in the Greek Anthology. He explain “Retrograde motion; idea that a planet.....

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Ancient Greek Astronomy

Ancient Greek Astronomy

Basic objective of this lecture is to present on Ancient Greek Astronomy Philosopher. Aristotle (384-322) B.C: Greek philosopher; Believed the Earth was the center of the universe; Earth was surrounded by water, air, and fire. Aristotle: He thought that the moon, sun, five planets, and the .....

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Social History

Social History

Social History refers to a subdiscipline of the historical sciences on the one hand and to a general approach to history that focuses on society at large on the other hand. It is the history that concentrates upon the social, economic, and cultural institutions of a people compare. It was include.....

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Urban History

Urban History

This article talks about Urban History, which is a well-established and flourishing field of historical research. It focuses on the processes of by which existing populations concentrate themselves in urban localities over time, and on the social, political, cultural and economic contexts of citi.....

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Fernand Braudel: Historian

Fernand Braudel: Historian

Fernand Braudel, Historian was born on 24 August 1902 in Luméville-en-Ornois, France. He was became one of the most important historians of the 20th century. He was educated at the Lycée Voltaire and the Sorbonne, at which at the age of 20. Bruadel began his PhD thesis on the foreign policy of .....

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Presentation on History of Communism in Russia

Presentation on History of Communism in Russia

The aim of this lecture is to present on History of Communism in Russia. In the mid 1800’s , the capitalist system was going strong in Europe and America. In 1847, an international workers’ group asked Karl Marx, a German philosopher, to draw up a plan for their organization. The group was.....

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Karl Julius Beloch: Historian

Karl Julius Beloch: Historian

Karl Julius Beloch, Historian January 21, 1854 in Nieder-Petschkendorf. He studied classical philology and ancient history in Freiburg, Heidelberg and Rom from 1872 to 1875. He earend his PhD from the University of Rome in 1875. In 1912/13 he was a professor of ancient history at the University o.....

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Slavery in Medieval Europe

Slavery in Medieval Europe

This article describe about Slavery in Medieval Europe, which was lingered longer in England and in peripheral areas linked to the Muslim world, where slavery continued to flourish. Slavery was contrary to the spirit of Christianity, and by the 11th century when almost all of Europe had been Chri.....

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Migration Period

Migration Period

Migration Period was a period of human migration that occurred roughly between the years 300 to 700 CE in Europe, marking the transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages. It was also called the Barbarian Invasions. This period was marked by profound changes both within the Roman Empir.....

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Little Ice Age

Little Ice Age

Little Ice Age (LIA) was used to refer to Earth’s most recent 4,000-year period of mountain-glacier expansion and retreat. It appears to have been strongest over the Northern Hemisphere’s continents, although it’s hard to completely eliminate geographic bias from these early records.....

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Dark Ages

Dark Ages

Dark Ages refers to the movement of so-called barbarian peoples—including the Huns, Goths, Vandals, Bulgars, Alani, Suebi, and Franks—into what had been the Western Roman Empire. It was was coined by an Italian scholar named Francesco Petrarch. Dark Ages is a term often used synonymously with.....

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Late Middle Ages Crisis

Late Middle Ages Crisis

Late Middle Ages Crisis describe the period about fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, which were altered the structure of European society. At the end of 13th century, Europe faced a series of famines and plagues including the Great Famine during 1315 to 1317 and the Black Death. Because of these.....

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