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  1. Cleopatra

    “Fool! Don’t you see now that I could have poisoned you a hundred times had I been able to live without you” ( BrainyQuote.com). Spoken by the tongue of a fearless and determined woman, these words summarize the courage of Cleopatra. Through her time of rule she was very powerful, smart,

  2. Miss

    Henry VIII Henry VIII is my nominee for the award of “The Most Influential Renaissance Leader.” Henry VIII was born on June 28, 1491 and was the son to Henry VII of England and Queen Elizabeth of York. He grew up with a brother, Arthur Prince of Wales, and 2 sisters, Margret and Mary.

  3. The Death of King Tutankhamen

     The Death of King Tutankhamen Shannon Murray Dr. Donna Reeves HUM 111 World Cultures 1 November 3, 2014 For many years people was trying to find the cause of King Tutankhamen’s death. Was it natural causes, suicide, homicide? King Tut burial was not like any other king’s

  4. Elizabeth I Fact File

    : Fact file Born: September 7, 1533, Palace of Placentia, Greenwich Died: March 24, 1603, Richmond Palace, Richmond, London Buried: Henry VII Chapel Parents: Henry VIII of England, Anne Boleyn Siblings: Mary I of England, Edward VI of England, Henry Fitzroy, 1st Duke of Richmond and

  5. Haile Selassie

    Haile Selassie Haile Selassie who was believed to be a descendant from the line of David by Solomon, was a symbol to the black man. He exhibited that the black man had the capacity to be strong. This image that Selassie provided, was contrary to what blacks saw in Ethiopia, despite,

  6. This was a speech where I acted like a councilor in the Legislative Assembly. We had to express why we believed that Napoleon would be a bad ruler for France.

    Napoleon's Rise to Power (Part 2) Speech By: Javier DuFran (Made-Up Name) Hello fellow councilors. I have come here today to express my deepest regrets on what has become of the republic because of this greedy military commander, Napoleon Bonaparte. If he becomes dictator and emperor of

  7. Napoleon Bonaparte: His life, and takes you through his rule in Frane, though all his victories and finally to his downfall.

    Napoleon Bonaparte was a military genius who became the master of France and forever changed its history. He was a strong masterful leader who led France as a self- appointed emperor and who cared for his country. He restored France after the war. He also led many battles and gave the

  8. bill

    Luke Schnellbaecher E.C Paper 23 October 2013 In the latter half of the 1600's, monarchial systems of both England and France were changing. In England, the move was away from an absolute monarch and toward a more powerful Parliament. In France, the opposite was happening, as Louis XIV was

  9. How important were the Princes to the success of the Lutheran Reformation in the years 1531 to 1555

    How important were the Princes to the success of the Lutheran Reformation in the years 1531 to 1555? The Princes were a key factor to the success of the Lutheran Reformation in the years 1531 to 1555. However, there were many other important factors and the princes did not always play a

  10. Mock Trial Essay: Napoleon and The Enlightenment

    Napoleon Bonaparte was a man with all the glory, never has history seen how only one man, who, brought up his country, France, from its most tormented status, to the very pinnacle of its height in just a few years time. He was a military hero who won many land-based battles, which allowed him