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ORBIS In the aggregate, our model simulations make it possible to reconfigure conventional maps of the Roman Empire to express the relative cost of transfers from or to a central point as distance. This perspective captures the structural properties of the imperial system as a whole by identifying the relative position of particular elements of the network and illustrating the impact of travel speed and especially transport prices on overall connectivity. Distance cartograms show that due to massive cost differences between aquatic and terrestrial modes of transport, peripheries were far more remote from the center in terms of price than in terms of time. Due to an unexpectedly high volume of traffic to the site, performance of the routing map and interactive cartogram are not what they should be. If you experience delays performing route calculations or rendering the map, you can try refreshing the map by zooming in or out. ORBIS
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Telling a history of our world through objects Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of objects - e.g. click Theme and then click War. (All objects have been classified by their contributor.) You can also chose to see objects from a particular time period by clicking on the dates in the box below. To start again and see all the objects, click this link: Start again A History of the World - Home A History of the World - Home
Impossible streets, incredible museums, a lot of restaurants, San Francisco is a big surprise. Visit the famous prison of Alcatraz and discover the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco is a popular international tourist destination renowned for its chilly summer fog, steep rolling hills. This city is an eclectic mix of modern architecture and Victorian and has its famous landmarks, including Chinatown, the Golden Gate Bridge and the cable cars. Welcome, discover San Francisco. Free Audio Tours AudioViator Free Audio Tours AudioViator
History of Arms and Armour The longbow, probably developed in Wales during the 12th century, derives its range, accuracy and power of penetration from two characteristics. It is about 6 feet long, giving a much greater acceleration to the released arrow than is possible from a shorter conventional bow. HistoryWorld - History and Timelines HistoryWorld - History and Timelines
MIT Visualizing Cultures MIT Visualizing Cultures Visualizing Cultures was launched at MIT in 2002 to explore the potential of the Web for developing innovative image-driven scholarship and learning. The VC mission is to use new technology and hitherto inaccessible visual materials to reconstruct the past as people of the time visualized the world (or imagined it to be). Topical units to date focus on Japan in the modern world and early-modern China. The thrust of these explorations extends beyond Asia per se, however, to address "culture" in much broader ways—cultures of modernization, war and peace, consumerism, images of "Self" and "Others," and so on.
worldhistoryteacher's Channel Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results. worldhistoryteacher's Channel
Economics Economics Educational Resources from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s site offers information on the Federal Reserve System and monetary policy with sections for students, teachers, and the general public. A highlight from the Student Activities section is “FedVille” which allows students to explore the subject of economics through a fun and interactive game. Teacher Resources provides course material and helpful link.
Today we continued our quest to find out more about Jewish life in the area, as well as learning about the culture of the Polish Highlanders, the mountain people of the Tatra Mountains in Zakopane. Our first stop on our journey south of Krakow was the small town of Rabka Zdroj, a spa resort town that has been a source of fresh air for people suffering from lung ailments for more than a century. Before the war, there was a Jewish community living here in part of the city; however, during the war the Gestapo took over part of a convent and used it as a school for interrogation training. Their practice came from torturing Jews to death, then throwing the bodies out behind the convent building. Holocaust Study Tour Holocaust Study Tour
World History Cultural "Art"-ifacts: Learning About World Cultures Through ArtIn this New York Times lesson, students explore how culture is reflected through art. After researching the art of a specific culture, students create replicas of art objects that reflect the ideals, values, and history of the culture. Stonehenge: Solving Ancient MysteriesIn this high school lesson, students become detectives as they investigate a mystery at Stonehenge, featured on the Thirteen/WNET New York program, SECRETS OF THE DEAD: MURDER AT STONEHENGE. They learn about archeologists and anthropologists and the tools and methods they use to gather and interpret scientific evidence. They research current archaeological excavations and contact the scientists working at these digs. Students then advise a colleague on how to proceed with the excavation of a mysterious skeleton. World History
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Captured: The 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall Posted Nov 06, 2009 Share This Gallery inShare1 Monday, November 9th, 2009 will mark the 20th anniversary of the day the Berlin Wall came down.
Darfur is Dying is a viral video game for change that provides a window into the experience of the 2.5 million refugees in the Darfur region of Sudan. Players must keep their refugee camp functioning in the face of possible attack by Janjaweed militias. Players can also learn more about the genocide in Darfur that has taken the lives of 400,000 people, and find ways to get involved to help stop this human rights and humanitarian crisis. Darfur Is Dying - Play mtvU's Darfur refugee game for change
We have indexed all newspapers and plotted their correct locations, in 39 countries. Might have missed some. And most newspapers in another 199 countries, a bunch of them not in their correct locations. newspaper map
Canada A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the south across an unfortified border.
Slavery Footprint - Made In A Free World Made in a Free World - A solution for business. Powered by Translate Slavery Footprint Slavery exists... Deep within the supply chains of the products we love.Consider this... : UNESCO World Heritage sites in panophotographies - immersive and interactive panoramic images
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