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Daniel Yeangyam 1 day, 21 hours ago

Explain the political developments in Eastern Roman or Byzantine empire

Shubha Sangwan 2 days, 3 hours ago

In europe(firstly in italy)
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Khadija Mirza 6 days, 5 hours ago

The main sources of Islamic History are as follows: 1. Tawarikh (Chronicles): texts that narrate events in chronological order 2. Sira (Biographies), Hadiths (sayings of the Prophet Muhammad), Tafsir (commentaries of the Quran), that is the semi-historical accounts 3. Akhbar (a collection of eye-witness reports) 4. Persian Chronicles 5.Documentary evidence such as letters of correspondence etc 6. Numismatics (the study of coins) and Epigraphics (the study of inscriptions)
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Khadija Mirza 6 days, 5 hours ago

From the Chapter: The Three Orders In the 14th Century, a crisis hit Europe. The climatic change gave way to bitter cold. It became difficult to grow crops. The potency of soil was exhausted due to the extensive agriculture in the previous century. Because of the reclamation of agricultural land, pastures reduced. Population growth put pressure on the limited resources and soon there was famine. Trade was hit by severe shortage of metal money because of exhaustion of Silver Mines in Serbia and Austria. All this was followed by the Black Plague in 1347-1350, which 20% of the European Population. Social Unrest began, there was political unrest because the population scarcity made the working class more expensive and old feudal relation could not be imposed, even though these rebellions were crushed. This made the Autocrats more powerful as the division of power to the vassals was discontinued. When the Political system became stable again with the end of 15th Century, the 16 Century started the modern period, with important developments in humanistic Ideas, politics, medicine etc taking place in Italy and the start of the Renaissance that brought back the knowledge of the past centuries
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Khadija Mirza 6 days, 4 hours ago

Writing began in Mesopotamia around 3200 BCE when the Sumerians started making clay tablets to keep records of the transactions in the City of Uruk. It quickly developed further, helping in legal and commercial documentation. A wedge-like figure started appearing around this type and by 2600 BCE Cuneiform script was developed in the Sumerian language and was widely used, even by the King who would use it to tell about his deeds and new reforms. Writing became a symbol of the skilful. In 2400 BCE, Sumerian was replaced by Akkadian and prevailed till 1 CE when it was replaced by Aramaic, a language similar to Arabic and Hebrew
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Jyoti ⊙.☉ 4 days, 22 hours ago

If you want to die ........ Its ur choice rather survive or die..
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Khadija Mirza 6 days, 4 hours ago

There was no town planning in Ancient Mesopotamia. 1. There were irregular shapes of house plots unless it was a temple, in which case the plot was walled and had regular boundaries. 2. There were no street drains like in Mohenjo Daro. The house roofs sloped inwards to let the rainwater seep down with the help of clay pipes and drains into the sumps of the inner courtyard. 3. People disposed of their wastes in the streets so the threshold of the houses was raised to prevent flowing of mud inside. 4. Light came from doorways to the courtyard, not this windows, to allow people privacy. 5. The main wooden door of the house always opened inwards because of an omen. 6. The towns had cemetaries but some dead were buried in the home itself
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