Ancient Egypt is considered to be one of the world’s greatest advanced early civilizations. They made remarkable progress in many areas that are crucial for a society to thrive. Religion, the Nile River, and architecture each played a role in Egypt's remarkable past. Religion played a significant role in the lives of the people who once lived in the kingdom of Ancient Egypt. To start with, in the early civilization they would practice Polytheism.
The ancient Mayans, who lived in parts of present-day Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, created one of the most complex and advanced civilizations in the Western Hemisphere. The Mayans accomplished many remarkable and influential achievements, most notably, in art, astronomy, and engineering. The achievements of the Mayans influenced the cultures around them and are still influential today. The Mayans created amazingly sophisticated works of art. The art of the Mayans has been called the richest in the New World because of the great complexity of the patterns and variety of the media used.
With the farming technique the Mayans could build prosperity cities.Each city held a population between 5,000 people, and at its peak the Mayan civilization could of reached 2,000,000 inhabitants. These cities had great architectures and symbolic artwork. Their greatest work are the temples that are constructed in a stepped pyramid shape.The Institute of Archeology, article of Architecture, Architecture and Archaeology, comments that the temples were served as residences for the ruling elite and for administrative purposes. These temples however, were specially used to worshipped their gods,
Middlebury University is a highly esteemed institution with a rich history spanning over 200 years. In that time, it has developed into the 4th best liberal art college in the nation. Their approach to education is unique, the student body is diverse, and the institution is dedicated to providing an “Inspirational setting for learning and reflection, reinforcing our commitment to integrating environmental stewardship into both our curriculum and our practices on campus... We strive to engage students ' capacity for rigorous analysis and independent thought within a wide range of disciplines and endeavors, and to cultivate the intellectual, creative, physical, ethical, and social qualities essential for leadership in a rapidly changing global community.” (Middlebury’s Mission)
Julius Caesar is considered one of the world’s best military leaders. He is known for his military power that influenced Rome from 60 B.C. - 44 B.C. He played a huge role in how Rome developed throughout the years because of his military contributions that either played a positive or a negative effect on Roman society. Caesar put in a lot of his effort and energy during the first triumvirate on the conquest of Gaul.
The Nile River is the longest river in the world. It is approximately 4,000 miles long. It runs form East Africa to the Mediterranean. Over the period of millions of years the river has changes its size and its location. The Nile represents life to the Egyptian people, those ancient and modern.
The Incas and Aztecs were the two most powerful civilizations of Mesoamerica pre-colonial. As soon Europeans who come after them, the Incas and the Aztecs were a warrior people who conquered and control of Mesoamerican general population. Also like Europeans, the Incas and Aztecs were innovative in commerce, government administration, and military strategy. To truly understand the Incas and Aztecs as they existed at the time of early European conquest, should compare and contrast five important aspects of both empires. The Aztecs incans interactions and Europeans are strongly linked to political, social structure and religion, methods of warfare of both societies and culture.
Diversity and inclusion are some of the factors that make teams, organizations, and institutions meet their maximum potential. The most successful nations all over the world celebrate diversity and realize the value it brings to our society at large. Latin America at large today celebrates the ‘Mestizo’ and all the history associated with the word. With roots tracing back to the Spanish colonial period, Mestisaje has redefined categorization of race and has further reinforced social constructs. Hierarchy and structure serve useful purposes in many of humanity’s pursuits, but it also has been used as a tool to dominate and exclude.
The Babylonian Empire was one of the most powerful states in the entire ancient world. Its success lied within the government structure and agriculture. Babylonia was always a great center of culture and trade, where cultural diffusion occurred. Due to the prosperity of the empire, it attracted merchants and traders from afar to share their ideas and products. The Babylonian Empire’s government structure and the policies that the rulers put forth affected the culture, economy, and lifestyle of its people.
Although it is a Christian dominated country but the Hindu population increased because English men have ruled the subcontinent more than a century after the Mughal rule. According to a census held in United Kingdom 817,000 residents which makes up to 1.5% of the total British population claim to be Hindu. After Christianity Hindu is the largest group in Britain. The influence of Hinduism is so high that they have built 101 temples all around United Kingdom which is the most number of worship places after