The most important cause of the decline was disease because it caused the most deaths and also one people were noticing the diseases they would move around trying to avoid it, but only to make it worse by infecting more people. 8. The encomienda system allowed the government to give Indians to certain colonists and that effected Native American populations. This system is essentially slavery, which the Indians didn’t like. The opponents were the Indians.
The negative impacts due to diseases can be seen in Documents 4 and 6. In Doc 4, a report of the Conquest of Mexico, the author states the devastating effects of newly brought diseases in the Aztec kingdom. Because the Aztecs had not built up an immunity to Europeans diseases, when the diseases were brought over, the results were devastating, with many Aztecs dying and unable to provide food. Due to this report being an Aztec account of the Conquest of their land, the details may be slightly biased, and the negatives slightly exaggerated, in spite of the European conquistadors. The impact of disease ca also be seen in Doc 6, a report on the spread of disease into the New World.
Even though this was a time for colonization, Colonists faced numerous problems. Colonists died in Early Jamestown because of many reasons. These problems were Diseases, Lack of food, and Overpopulation. The main problem and cause of the Colonists death was the diseases. The nearby Indian tribes carried diseases that ultimately killed a lot of the English population.
There are many different ideas to be said the main reasons for the fall of Rome. But in the end, there were many things that contributed to Rome’s collapse. Disasters and diseases, Rome’s emperors, and the Roman military were the primary reasons for the fall of Rome. The first primary reason is diseases and disasters. This was a main source because in the time of the fall, according to Document A, an earthquake struck the Roman Empire, and measles were spread to Rome from Southern Asia, which led to the population dramatically dropping.
While the language barrier was down, he continued to search for a way to speak authoritatively within the “white” culture. Equiano finds solace in religion, as is pushed to God in two distinct instances. After hearing George Whitefield speak in Philadelphia about the Methodists, he was attracted to their emphasis on suffering and personal liberty. Equiano ultimately turns to religion as a unifying language between him and the Europeans. The second instance was on an Arctic voyage led by John Phipps that almost cost Equiano his life.
They even caused the Byzantine political unit to not recover. The Crusades even caused the relationship between Jews and Muslims to worsen. The Crusaders acts were also negative because they didn’t just destroy cities and communities, they also destroyed empires. The Crusades caused so much destruction to cities and communities, and also cost many innocent lives lost. They even fought for no reason, but to take their fury out!
In Their Eyes Were Watching God, Janie’s faults made her dependent emotionally towards men, but independent when finding her own happy ending throughout the book. From The Odyssey, Calypso desperately tried to find love and make Odysseus stay, but her flaws of attachment and having a higher level of authority over Odysseus in their relationship kept her from achieving real love with someone. Although Janie and Calypso are opposites when it comes to love, they do have similarities. Their relationships always ended the same way, with Janie leaving her husbands and Calypso being deserted by her lovers. They both tried to to find love, with some difficulties for each women individually.
The Crusades were more negative than positive and here are some reasons why. Document 5 states that Christian Kings and their prelates (bishops) left bitter relations between Muslims and their Christian and Jewish subjects. This is important because it shows that because of the Crusades that then and later on their would be a problem between religions because of the Crusades. Document 9 shows that there was a lot of death and destruction because of the Crusades. This is important because it shows that the Crusades were negative because of the fact that cities were ruined and people died.
After discovering the Creon’s news that Polynices would not be allowed to receive a proper burial, condemning him to a cursed afterlife as punishment for treason, Antigone and Ismene reacted very differently. Antigone believed that Polynices deserved a proper burial and was determined to bring honor to her family and her brother, regardless of the consequences. Ismene also believed in bringing honor to her family, but had very little opinion toward Polynices’s burial. Instead, Ismene argued with Antigone that suffering for their deceased brother would solve nothing. Ismene argued that everyone in their family except themselves and their uncle, Creon, had faced death and facing it themselves would solve nothing.
The Puritans were a group of people that came to America to practice their religion beliefs in the 16th and 17th centuries. They got their name “the puritans” because they wanted to “purify” the church by removing elements that they disagreed with the church. The puritans were blocked from changing the church and were severely restricted in England by laws controlling the practice of religion. Which is why they came to America to be able to start and practice their religion. Puritans left their mark on their new land, becoming the most dynamic Christian force in the American colonies.