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Mayflower Compact - eNotes.com Reference

Mayflower Compact - eNotes.com Reference
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What Really Happened at Plymouth [This article is excerpted from Chapter 18 of Conceived In Liberty, Volume I, now available as a free ebook (PDF).] The first successful settlement in New England was something of an accident. By 1617 the Pilgrims had determined to leave the Netherlands, where their youth were supposedly being corrupted by the "licentiousness" of even the Calvinist Dutch, who, for example, persisted in enjoying the Sabbath as a holiday rather than bearing it as a penance. Deciding to settle in America, the Pilgrims were offered an opportunity to settle in New Netherland, but preferred to seek a patent from the South Virginia Company, which would provide an English atmosphere in which to raise their children. Ancient Roman Sex and Prostitution EtruscansAncient Rome Medieval Rome RenaissanceBaroqueModern Rome Sex and prostitution in ancient Rome, eroticism, can be said to have been something which was treated openly and with little hypocrisy but in exchange its raw power was somehow checked through satire. Martial's poems are particularly direct. Ovid's poems "The Art of Love" (Ars Amatoria) could have raised an eye-brow or two given their focus on the woman's pleasure, passive pleasure, which to the Roman's was supposedly of a lesser value than active pleasure.

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