Manuscripts

From The Roots Of Metal-Workings
From The Roots Of Metal-Workings
From the Roots of Metal-Workings The impact of metalworking traditions on the ornamentation of early insular manuscripts cannot be more clear in than in the carpet pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels. This is particularly true when viewing the cross-carpet page introducing Saint Mark's Gospel, as shown on plate 51 of The Lindisfarne Gospels, and comparing that page with the metal-work pieces discovered at the Sutton Hoo ship burial site. In particular, it is in comparing the motifs and designs of
Monasticism In The Middle Ages
Monasticism In The Middle Ages
Monasticism in the Middle Ages During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, the monasteries served as one of the great civilizing forces by being the centers of education, preservers of learning, and hubs of economic development. Western monasticism was shaped by Saint Benedict of Nursia, who in 529, established a monastery in southern Italy. He created a workable model for running a monastery that was used by most western monastic orders of the Early Middle Ages. To the three vows of obedience,
Analysis Of Karl Marx And Communism
Analysis Of Karl Marx And Communism
Analysis of Karl Marx and Communism Karl Heinrich Marx was born on May 5, 1818, in the city of Trier in Prussia, now, Germany. He was one of seven children of Jewish Parents. His father was fairly liberal, taking part in demonstrations for a constitution for Prussia and reading such authors as Voltaire and Kant, known for their social commentary. His mother, Henrietta, was originally from Holland and never became a German at heart, not even learning to speak the language properly. Shortly before
Beowulf - Analysis Of The Epic
Beowulf - Analysis Of The Epic
Beowulf - Analysis of the Epic The Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf is the most important work of Old English literature, and is well deserved of the distinction. The epic tells the story of a hero, a Scandinavian prince named Beowulf, who rids the Danes of the monster Grendel, a descendent of Cain, and of his exploits fighting Grendel?s mother and a Dragon. Throughout the epic, the Anglo-Saxon story teller uses many elements to build a certain depth to the characters. Just a few of the important charac
The Anglo Saxon Period
The Anglo Saxon Period
The Anglo Saxon Period I. The Anglo Saxon Period 449-1066 1. The A-S people were highly organized into tribal units. 2. They were pagan people who placed their belief in fate. 3. The Christian belief came to Britain when the roman people came. 4. Christianity brought with it the beginning of education and written literature. 5. When the Vikings invaded Britain they burned many religious manuscripts and other religious literature. 6. The A-S cronicle is our principal source of info on early engli
The Crusades
The Crusades
The Crusades The crusades were military expeditions launched against the Muslims by the Christians in an attempt to regain the Holy Land. They took place between 1095 A.D. and 1270 A.D. It was one of the most violent periods in the history of mankind. The starting point of the crusades was on November 18, 1095 A.D. when Pope Urban II opened the Council of Clermont. On November 27, outside the French city of Clermont-Ferrand, the Pope made an important speech . He called upon everyone to help the
Antonio Vivaldi
Antonio Vivaldi
Antonio Vivaldi Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice on March 4th, 1678. Through ordained a priest in 1703, according to his own account, within a year of being ordained Vivaldi no longer wished to celebrate mass because physical complaints ?tightness of the chest? which pointed to asthmatic bronchitis, or a nervous disorder. It is also possible that Vivaldi was faking his illness. There is a story that he sometimes left the alter to jot down a musical idea. He had became a priest against his own
The Poetry Of A. E. Housman
The Poetry Of A. E. Housman
The Poetry of A. E. Housman Housman was born in Burton-On-Trent, England, in 1865, just as the US Civil War was ending. As a young child, he was disturbed by the news of slaughter from the former British colonies, and was affected deeply. This turned him into a brooding, introverted teenager and a misanthropic, pessimistic adult. This outlook on life shows clearly in his poetry. Housman believed that people were generally evil, and that life conspired against mankind. This is evident not only in
AP EH CHAPTER 19 NOTES:  A Revolution in Politics
AP EH CHAPTER 19 NOTES: A Revolution in Politics
AP EH CHAPTER 19 NOTES: A Revolution in Politics AP EH CHAPTER 19 NOTES: A Revolution in Politics---the Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon THE BEGINNINGS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Reorganization, Resistance, and Rebellion in the colonies, where there was a preponderance of independent farmers, 50% of adult males could vote in Britain, fewer than 20% of adult males could vote a key result of the Seven Years’ War in North America was growing tensions between American
Who Wrote the Bible? (Part 1)
Who Wrote the Bible? (Part 1)
Who Wrote the Bible? (Part 1) Before you watch After you watch True False True False _________ _________ The Bible was written over a span of 1000 years or more. _________ _________ _________ _________ There are 100 million new copies of the Bible printed each year. _________ _________ _________ _________ We must turn to the text itself to learn how and why the Bible came into being, rather than to scholars. _________ _________ _________ _________ The Pentateuch is the first 6 books of the Bibl
CLASS PROJECT
CLASS PROJECT
CLASS PROJECT MGT 6110 MANAGING CORPORATE RESOURCE RESEARCH MANAGEMENT CENTRE INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA Amir Qayyum bin Che Norddin (G1337179) Sari Yulis Terfiadi (G1338507) Yusuf Wibisono (G1331963) Nasrul Izad Mohd Isa (G1337159) Basree Karing (G1339553) Master of Business Administration, Graduate School of Management International Islamic University Malaysia Jalan Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur Selangor Prepared for Asst. Prof. Dr. Dolhadi Zainuddin TABLE OF CONTENT NO CONTENT PA
Emily Dickinson
Emily Dickinson
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) For Emily Dickinson, the immeasurable, unrecorded life was far more real than the verifiable one; the intersections of visible and invisible worlds far more electric than facts recognized by biographers. A sketch of her known dates and places cannot capture or account for Dickinson's extraordinary sensibility or originality, which brought fresh currents into American thought and literature and expanded the possibilities of poetry. Dickinson lived in Amherst, Massachu