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  1. Christine de Pizan (6645 bytes)
    2: ...Pisan in fact was merely describing a standard feudal practice whereby the wife of a nobleman was expe...
    15: ...], was presented to the same patron on New Year's Day, [[1404]]. It possesses an introduction of great...
    19: ...des trois vertus'', or ''Le Tr鳯r de la cite des dames''. She was devoted to her adopted country. Dur...
    21: ...obably took place about this time. Her ''Cite des dames'' contains many interesting contemporary portr...
    25: ...ar, based chiefly on [[Vegetius]]. Her ''Cite des dames'' was translated by Brian Anslay (London, 1521...
  2. Scientific revolution (17675 bytes)
    1: ...ca]]'' in [[1687]] by [[Isaac Newton]]. These boundaries are not uncontroversial, with some claiming t...
    7: ...es may arise from lack of recognition of these fundamental differences.
    31: ...ar to fill fourteen centuries, and the other candidates are few:
    36: ... extending to the early 17th century, are the raw data on which are built the theoretical studies of h...
    40: ...ts for a means of creating a more accurate [[calendar]] for its activities. For almost two millennia,...
  3. Medieval art (6359 bytes)
    1: ...f the Holy Wisdom]] in former [[Constantinople]]—the image of Christ on the walls of the upper s...
    27: ...f artwork was destroyed; so little remains that today any discovery sheds new understanding. After 843...
    29: ...ainting]] did not appear untill around 1200 (this date has many qualifications), when it diverged from...
    85: **[[Dancing in the Middle Ages]] ([[Dance]])
  4. Jewellery (4234 bytes)
  5. Clavichord (3295 bytes)
    9: ...re were in fact more accurately written for the pedal clavichord.
    15: ...sh;used in funk and [[Rock and roll|rock music]]—is essentially an electric clavichord which use...
  6. Nile (13738 bytes)
    2: ...[Africa]]|the [[Mediterranean]]||[[Uganda]] - [[Sudan]] - [[Egypt]]}}
    8: ...from the word ''Neilos'' (Νειλος), a Greek name for the Nile. A...
    12: ...m its halfway mark at the [[Atbara River]] in [[Sudan]] all the way to the [[Mediterranean Sea]].
    14: If the remote headstream — the Ruvyironza — is taken as the beginning and followed to the ...
    24: [[Lake Victoria]], which lies between [[Uganda]], [[Kenya]] and [[Tanzania]] is considered to be...
  7. Slovenia (19318 bytes)
    37: established_dates = From [[Socialist Federal Republic of Yugosla...
    59: ...[Slavic peoples|Slavic]] ancestors of the present-day [[Slovenians]] settled in the area in the [[6th ...
    65: ...lly declared on [[29 November]] [[1945]]. Present-day Slovenia was formed on [[25 June]] [[1991]] upon...
    97: * the Prealpine Hills (predalpsko hribovje)
    164: ...oks, ''Catechismus'' (a [[catechism]]) and [[Abecedarium]], which was published in [[1550]] in [[T?n]]...
  8. Great Sphinx of Giza (7181 bytes)
    11: ...houlders in sand. The first attempt to dig it out dates back to [[1400 BC]], when the young [[Tutmosis...
    15: ...phinx|Sphinx]]" was given to it based on the legendary Greek creature with the body of a lion and the ...
    22: ... the Fourth Dynasty ([[28th century BC|2723 BC]]–[[26th century BC|2563 BC]]). However, the idea...
    26: ...o one hypothesis, to [[prehistory|prehistoric]] – times.
    29: ...orian from the [[15th century]] attributes the vandalism to a [[Muslim]] fanatic in [[1378]]. This exp...
  9. Ancient Egypt (16131 bytes)
    6: ...[Red Sea]]; it borders [[Libya]] to the west, [[Sudan]] to the south, and the [[Gaza Strip]], [[Palest...
    28: ... BCE]] - [[Great Sphinx of Giza|Sphinx]], still today the world's largest single-stone [[statue]]
    35: ...400 BCE]] - [[Egyptian calendar|Astronomical Calendar]], used even in the [[Middle Ages]] for its [[ma...
    48: ** Unknown date - [[Rollin Papyrus]]
    55: ...gyptians shaped and worked [[granite]]. The exact date the Egyptians started producing [[glass]] is de...
  10. Iron Age (8996 bytes)
    7: .... Iron's hardness, high melting point and the abundance of [[iron ore]] sources made iron more desirab...
    13: ...making|Steel: History of iron and steelmaking]]), dating to circa [[1200 BC]].
    24: ...mahawk]](铁刃青铜钺)dating back to [[14th century BC]] was excavated.Aft...
    28: ...ceeding 500 years. In the Netherlands, a starting date from about [[800 BC]] is generally accepted. Th...
    38: ...AD]] in non-Romanised parts. Defensive structures dating from this time are often impressive, for exam...
  11. Sun (20830 bytes)
    8: ...ffc0" colspan="2" align="center" | '''Observation data'''
    85: | 25.3800 [[day]]s <br>(25 d 9 h 7 min 12?8 s) [http://www.hnsky...
    128: ....e. 1 light-year in ca. 1400 years, and 1 AU in 8 days.
    132: ...etina]] and one's [[eyesight]].''' [[#Sun_and_eye_damage|See below for details]].
    136: ...ker than its surface gravity (at the equator). Tidal effects from the planets do not significantly af...
  12. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    8: *[[Salvador Dali]], ([[1904]]-[[1989]]), Catalan artist
    11: *[[Leonardo da Vinci]], ([[1452]]-[[1519]]), Italian painter, sc...
    29: *[[Franklin Adams]]
    45: *[[David Allan]] ([[1744]]-[[1796]])
    110: *[[David Bates (painter)|David Bates]] ([[1952]]-)
  13. Silk Road (23757 bytes)
    5: ...], [[China]] and [[India]], but they laid the foundations of our modern world. While goods and religi...
    11: ...ations developed rapidly. For example, the [[dromedary]] may have been domesticated as early as circa ...
    18: ...] trade was extended to [[Harappa]] and [[Mohenjo-daro]] in the [[Indus Valley Civilization|Indus vall...
    23: ... Dynasty]], Egyptians are returning with huge [[cedar]] trees. Sahure's name is found stamped on a thi...
    28: ...[Badakhshan]] and, although separated by the formidable [[Pamir]] mountains, routes across them were, ...
  14. Byzantine Empire (29975 bytes)
    7: ...em of the [[Palaeologus]] dynasty, as preserved today at the entrance of the Ecumenical Patriarchate i...
    21: ...ls reconquer North Africa and Italy from the [[Vandals]] and [[Ostrogoths]].
    46: ... Empire'''. There is no consensus on the starting date of the Byzantine period. Some place it during t...
    51: ...te between Romans (Byzantines as we render them today) and [[Franks]], who, under [[Charlemagne]]'s ne...
    63: ...]], albeit the former has now retreated to a secondary folkish name rather than a national synonym as ...
  15. Medieval music (31843 bytes)
    17: ...e treatise which defined and most completely elucidated the [[rhythmic modes]], a notational system fo...
    21: ...Johannes Gallicus), [[Anonymous IV]], [[Marchetto da Padova]] (Marchettus of Padua), [[Jacques of Li&e...
    27: ...ian chant]], named after St. Ambrose, was the standard. Celtic chant was used in Ireland.
    29: ...ope, and Paris was the political center. The standardization effort consisted mainly of combining the...
    32: ...ificate of Gregory the Great himself (c. [[590]]&ndash;[[604]]). Many of them were probably written i...
  16. Geologic time scale (26014 bytes)
    1: ...al Commission on Stratigraphy]], and uses the standard color codes of the [[United States Geologic Sur...
    3: ...ch as [[mass extinction]]s. For example, the boundary between the [[Cretaceous]] period and the [[Pal...
    9: ...he same timespan is split into [[Tommotian]], [[Atdabanian]] and [[Botomian]] stages in [[East Asia]] ...
    15: ... the Earth's crust into four types: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, and Quaternary. Each type of rock, ...
    17: ..., the sequence of geological periods still used today.
  17. Illinois (27007 bytes)
    17: LandArea = 143,968 |
    25: AdmittanceDate = [[December 3]], [[1818]] |
    26: ...Central Standard Time Zone|Central]]: [[UTC]]-6/[[Daylight saving time|-5]] |
    45: ...Mississippian culture]], was located near present-day [[Collinsville, Illinois]]. That civilization v...
    60: ...ois is modeled after the federal government with adaptations originating from traditions cultivated du...
  18. Crossbow (7510 bytes)
    18: ...sed on crossbows from the early 1400s. [[Leonardo da Vinci]] designed many complicated triggers for cr...
    28: ...ge of a crossbow), which made the crossbow a formidable weapon in warfare. Since composite prods invol...
  19. Pieter Brueghel the Elder (6133 bytes)
    3: ...e [[Belgium|Belgian]] town of [[Bree]], called Breda in Latin, is meant. From 1559 he dropped the 'h' ...
    5: ...Pieter van Aelst|Pieter Coecke van Aelst]], whose daughter Mayke he later married, and was in [[1551]]...
    31: ...el'' c. 1563, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam <br>
    36: ** ''The Gloomy Day (Feb.-Ma.)'' 1565, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien...
    44: ... Of John The Baptist'' 1566, Beaux Arts Museum, Budapest
  20. Roger van der Weyden (3397 bytes)
    39: ...[[1450]]-[[1529]]), to whom a brilliant ''Mary Magdalen'' in the National Gallery is attributed.

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