There are many theories how a man found in the alps covered in ice died. Later this man was named Ötzi or the iceman. When Ötzi was found he had many tools /weapons with him. He had a copper axe, threaded mushrooms, a fanny pack with multiple items in it, and and much more. His items were spared away from him and later on when scientist examined him, his skin was like a mummy. There were special tattoos on his body. There was a hole in the back of his head, and there was pollen in his stomach. Since Otzi had many I teams with him and things on his body there are many different theories and scenarios on how he could have died
The Life of Charlemagne was written by Einhard a little after Charlemagne death in 814. Einhard wrote the biography to make sure that Charlemagne’s legacy would not be forgotten. He would list many points in this biography, but I’ve decided to only point out three of them. These three chapters are his deeds, his family life, and his life with the Christian religion. All the points described the legacy Charlemagne left behind.
Charles Kane was a man that some of us hated or some us loved. He was a mysterious man, we know nothing of him, however we have heard of him. From friends, family, or especially in the newspaper, but who was he really? Charles Foster Kane died from mysterious causes, however his last dying word was, “Rosebud”. I interviewed different individuals who were affiliated with Charles Foster Kane to find out what this word meant. However, I was stumped in my investigation of the word, until I rummaged around at Charles Kane palace and found an antique of his. It was a sled that had the word Rosebud printed on it, I made the conclusion this was what Mr. Kane was referring too. However, what does it have to do with him, and how does it relate to him in any specific way?
Cleopatra VII has become one of the most well-known ruler and Egyptian in era of the Roman Empire because of her suppose beauty, cunning personality and her influence on the Roman Republic which turned into an Empire shortly after her death. While she is not Roman citizen herself, her relations with Julius Caesar and later Mark Antony are what brought her influence of power into Roman society and expanded her own in Egypt. Just like any ruler in history she sought power which was not something easily done as a woman in that time, however primary sources such as Josephus and Cassius Dio often do not refer to her as a great ruler, but as a seductress
Romeo’s love for Juliet lead to many secrets, false information, lies, and also deaths including his own death.
I believe that the Motorcycle groups are likewise an open security danger in the groups where they work as they join in different criminal acts, often utilize brutality and counter the endeavors of law requirement. A portion of the criminal action Motorcycle packs take an interest in are medication and weapons sneaking and also rough wrongdoing. Keeping in mind the end goal to perform such unlawful exercises, they use to battle with other bike group to have a hang on a coveted area (Bosmia et al.,2014). These battles empowers them to catch a spot where they can without much of a stretch perform all the deceptive exercises of the social orders and that is the means by which they plan to spread the range which goes under there limit. Motorcycle groups are exceptionally composed and
No, Rome was not right at all to go against Martin Luther, which he was representing the truth in the word of God. One of the traditions and practices Martin Luther opposed in his '95 Theses', was how the Roman Catholic were selling and buying of "indulgences" which supposed to be official papers sold by the Church which supposedly removed the results of one's immoral actions. People could buy indulgences on behalf of others or for themselves. The people also had their right to buy indulgences for wrong actions they planned to commit. In my understanding, the Roman Catholic were using their political power and authority on people who have lack of knowledge of the truth, or knew the truth but was in fear to face the truth about the selling and buying of indulgence until Martin Luther received revelation in
Thomas Stone wall Jackson was a war general for the Confederate army during the 1860’s, and depending if you were fighting for the North or South, a war hero. He was a fearless warrior in the civil war, he fought like no other would. Jackson earned the name in the battle of first Bull Run. There, when many men ran he stood and brought his men back in like a stone wall. With this he defeated the union army at the first Battle of Bull run.
Charlemagne was the king of the Franks from 768 AD to 814 AD and the emperor of the West between 800 AD and 814 AD. He was a key in the foundation of the Holy Roman empire and strengthened the western European economy. He spent most of his early years of his reign at war, and expanded his territory vastly across Europe.
Joseph Stalin shows a harsh example of religious persecution during his reign in power. It can be shown through the history of the laws, Atheist propaganda, and it’s ever so lasting effects after his death.
Beatrice Ricke, one of eleven children, was born in Spearville Kansas in 1920. Not long after she was born, her family moved to the Zenda Kansas area where she would live the rest of her life. The Great Depression caused her family to give up their farm and move into town. Beatrice was the third oldest of the eleven children. There were five boys and seven girls. Since Beatrice was one of the oldest children, she was tasked with taking care of her younger siblings quite often. One day she went to town and bought her little brother a brand new outfit. She sat him on a quilt out in the yard and took a picture of him. This picture of her “little cutie pie” has been in her wallet ever since.
Constantine was a former soldier that was given the title of Cesare of the West (in the Roman Tetrarchy created by Diocletian), and was assigned to the furthest reach of the empire which was the English city of York.
Olaudah Equiano arrived at the coast where he first saw the sea and a slave ship. He was carried onto the slave ship where he felt that bad spirits were around and the people there wanted to kill him. Equiano was generally fearful of everything on the ship, especially when he noticed that the crew looked and spoke differently than was used to. Horrors of the ship overpowered Equiano and he fainted on the deck. After awakening, Equiano realized that he has no change of returning to his native country. He was taken under the decks where he became sick due to the odor and his crying. He did not feel like eating and was wishing for death. When he was offered food, he declined, and faced the consequence of being severely
“Men killed, and died, because they were embarrassed not to.” Curt Lemon, Norman Bowker and Tim O’Brien have their own stories about how they were cowards and courageous during the war. These three men knew if they did not do what they did, they would have been cowards. It would have made them feel embarrassed.
Saint Eugenia was born in Rome, Italy, in the year of 183 A.D. Her father, Philip, was the governor of Egypt chosen by the emperor Commodore. Eugenia and her family lived in Alexandria. At that time, the Christians had been driven out of Alexandria and were living outside the town. (Saint Eugenia Orthodox Church - Events) Eugenia received an excellent and complete education because her family was rich. She was beautiful, but she did not want to get married. Having read the writings of Apostle Paul, Eugenia wanted to become a Christian with all of her heart.(Saint Eugenia Orthodox Church - Events) She is a Saint because of her strong beliefs in God, her bravery to follow God’s calling and because of her miracles.