|Life in Elizabethan England Analyzed : This 6 page
paper describes the life of a typical member of Elizabethan
society. Specifically discussed are Elizabethan work, play,
food, drink, fashions, hairstyles and amusements. Bibliography
lists 7 sources. Elizeng.wps
Essays : 8+ page worth of essays pertaining to
English history. Topics include William the Conqueror, Henry
II, Thomas Becket, The Magna Carta, The Hundred Years'
War, and the Wars of the Roses. Bibliography lists 6 primary
and secondary references. Enghisty.wps
Thomas A Becket : 5 pages in length. Just as
the mystery that surrounds his murder is the whereabouts of
Thomas A Becket's bones. The English saint's death was
considered so dramatic that its historical value has withheld the
test of time, as well as inspired countless poems, novels, plays
and films. Unraveling the mystery around Becket's death is a
quest that has been ongoing since the very time of his demise;
such intensity has come full circle in that researchers and
historians alike are still at a loss as to the ultimate resting place
of the dead man's bones. The writer discusses the mystery
surrounding the disappearance of Thomas A Becket's bones.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Tbecket.wps
French and English Colonization : A 6 page paper
the affects of French and English colonization from the 1500s
to present day and the benefits derived from it. Bibliography
lists 6 sources. Frenenc.wps
The Governments Of France & England : A 6 page
discussing the rise of France and England in power after the end
of the Crusades. Analyzes the feudal and aristocratic systems
of government in each country and draws comparisons to the
present-day US. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Freneng.wps
12th Century Renaissance &
Intellect : A 5 page paper
discussing the cause of the intellectual changes that occurred
during the renaissance period in Europe. Many people have
stated that the cause of these changes was due to the education
and knowledge available through the monasteries of that time,
but the monasteries were limited to the texts they contained.
Their exposure to the world outside of Europe was very limited.
The idea that the Crusades changed the intellectual face of the
Europeans is the argument given. Bibliography lists 1 source.
The Renaissance : This 8 page paper explores the
and discusses art, philosophy and history. While Italy is
emphasized, other European countries are explored.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. SA21Ren .wps
Italian Renaissance : When one talks about the
the most common topic is art and architecture. It is true that the
Italian Renaissance was marked by some of the greatest and
most prolific masters of painting, sculpture and building. It is
also true that the era marked the emergence of a great deal
more. It was a time of awakening from the intellectual darkness
of the medieval order and the emergence of many of the
concepts that would form the basis for civilization as it is known
today. The era saw the birth of new attitudes concerning the
role of man in his relationship to the world and to God.
Unfortunately, for the most part, the expansion of the 'role of
man' did not include the role of women. This 7 page paper
examines the Italian Renaissance with an emphasis on the
changes and how it effected women in that society.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. KTitlren.wps
The Northern European Renaissance : A 5 page paper
which the writer examines the Northern European Renaissance
through the works of Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden,
and Pietr Brueghel the Elder. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
How The Crusades Influenced A Cultural Change In Art
and Literature : 15 pages in length. The Crusades were highly
influential with regard to the cultural changes in art and literature.
Their contributions are noted in any number of ways, which are
easily detected merely by interpreting the number of literary works
and artistic designs that were prevalent during that period.
There existed a certain political correctness that was associated
with the manner in which the crusades influenced -- and even
represented -- the art and literature that followed their lead. The
writer discusses how the Crusades afforded a considerably
elevated level of civilized culture as it pertained to artistic and
literary styles. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Crusade1.wps