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  1. Feudal System Essays: Examples, Topics, Titles, & Outlines

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    Words: 1422 Length: 4 Pages Document Type: Term Paper Paper #: 10193426. This kept strict limits on society and what it could accomplish. In addition, Japan placed extreme importance on the family, with a very strong paternal leader, who was the "law" of the family unit.

  2. Communicating the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of Sophia ...

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    Book review: 32 J. M. Upton-Ward, The Rule of the Templars: The French Text of the Rule of the Order of the Knights Templar (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 1992), in The Catholic Historical Review (1993): 519–20. 1994 33 L’humour en chaire: Le rire dans l’Eglise médiévale, with Jeannine Horowitz (Genève: Labor et Fides), 287 pp., 14 ...

  3. Peace is the combination of bodily peace, family peace, local peace, national peace, inner peace and world peace. Accordingly, true peace must begin with food, water, nutrition and health care for both rich and poor alike. Next, peace training starts with the family and in our education systems.

  4. Full text of "Technological trends and national policy ...

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    An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. ... Full text of "Technological trends and national policy, including the social ...

  5. 1400-1409 (Principia Moderni IV Map Game) | Alternative ...

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    And so we begin! Here is the lay of the land of the world in 1400, as we begin the fourth adventure through the modern era... FOR EUROPEAN PLAYERS: Please go hereand copypaste the template, fill it out with the adequate info and post it there, we have a special bonus feature for PMIV and help is appreciated.-sky The Epiphany Uprising is crushed in England and its leaders are executed. The deposed Richard II, the cause of the revolt, dies soon after under questionable circumstances. English forces occupy Edinburgh but fail to take its castle. Owain Glyndŵr is proclaimed Prince of Wales and launches a revolt against the English crown. Geoffry Chaucer, one of the most well known English authors up to this point, dies. Wenceslaus is deposed as King of the Romans by his fellow German princes. Rupert of the Palatinate is voted to succeed him as king and candidate for Holy Roman Emperor. The Medici family begins to accumulate power and wealth in the city of Florence, rapidly becoming one o...

    For those that survived the first turn, good job! Not all were so lucky. Rupert of the Palatinate is crowned King of the Romans. He still needs Papal support before he can become Emperor. By command of the Archbishop of Canterbury and King Henry IV, the Lollards are deemed as heretics, with the first one being burned at the stake later this same year. (Swanky, feel free to change this if you so choose) The Samogitians revolt against the Teutonic Knights, burning a small castle to the ground. Another one would have fallen prey if not for the extra troops the Knights had provided to the region. The Milanese are successful at turning some states against the Florentines, weakening their chain of allies. Combined with the taxes of the war and the ongoing plague, the nobles are significantly weakened. The Medicis take their chance and effectively control the city. Norwegian efforts to explore north of Iceland are mostly fruitless as Captain Erik Jarlsgard is forced to turn back after faci...

    A large fire devastates parts of Utrecht. The Great Comet of 1402 is spotted. Gian Visconti defeats the Florentines in battle but falls ill from the plague that ravages the city. General unrest rocks Korea as some of the more conservative aspects of society are unhappy over the reforms and purges being undertaken so soon. A massive rebellion led by Zhu Di takes control over much of the Hebei region in defiance of the Ming Emperor, marching on Nanjing The Majipahit Civil War (known as the Paregreg War) devastates the East Indies as the rival Eastern and Western courts split over Java. Bhre Wirabhumi of the Eastern Court begins seeking assistance from China Antionio I of Athens lays siege to the city, declaring himself the rightful Duke. The Venetian installed claimant resists, urging the population to support him instead of the renegade bastard. Warfare soon engulfs the duchy, with neither side clearly ahead. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: If you are declaring war, you mustpost it on the ta...

    Vijaynagar declares war on Orissa, hoping to unite the divided Hindu lands against the followers of Muhammad. Jan Hus begins preaching in Bohemia. Belgrade is made capital of Serbia. Yongle Encyclopedia is written. Temple of God established in Shanghai. The Gur a-Amir Mausoleum is established in Samarkand. The Antipope Benedict XIII flees to Aragon from his seat in Avignon. Black Death breaks out in Venice. Antonio angrily resumes war against Venetian holdings in Athens after learning that the Duchy of the Archipalageo, being a Neapolitan vassal, refuses to surrender Paros. He quickly gains the upper hand but needs outside help if he is likely to conclusively win. (Sorry for the earlier mix up on behalf of the mods. You two will just have to fight it out the old fashioned way.) I don't know if you guys just need more time for algos or what but is there going to be an event on my attack on Genoa moving 6000 men through Venetian controlled waters. Person/ Venice. That's because there...

    His Holiness Pope Boniface IX dies of a short illness. Catholic nations are advised to look at the College of Cardinalsto see who may become the next Vicar of Christ. The University of Turin is established. The Taizo-In temple established in Japan. Timur falls ill of a fever during his travels, but is able to recover. He is not the man he used to be in his youth, and another illness like this, and Timur would surely die. 1. Duchy of Burgundy: the soldiers sent to take part in the Hessian Crusade return home. As Duke Philip did not lead them due to his ailing health, his son, John, assumes the bestowed title of "Defender of the Faith".The subsequent Treaty of Trier is also celebrated, as the rightful Burgundian inheritance of Brabant and Limburg is recognized as such. Meanwhile, Philip authorizes reforms of the army based on John's witnessing of tactics from other European countries in the Hessian crusade. Shipbuilding continues. 1. Timurid Empire: Emperor Timur continued his gloriou...

    Just a heads up, standing armies are technically not a thing at this time. Please refrain from the terminology or stating that you have large masses of military waiting for war. That is a no. Guards should not exceed a hundred or two men. The College of Cardinals has failed to elect a Pope. Furthermore, two cardinals die this year, reducing the college to thirteen. Voting will continue until we get a Pope. As an aside, players may propose two cardinals to fill the empty spots upon the selection of a new pope. Okkkayyy, clearly this was a mistake on my part haha. I have moved all the cardinal selections to the College of Cardinals page, which is where we will post any such suggestions from now on. -MP After a second round of voting there is a new Pope, please join me in welcoming Pope Innocent VII from Naples! German military strategist Konrad Kyeser publishes Bellifortis, a treatise on military warfare that spans fireworks to hydraulic engines. Much of the work remains theoretical,...

    The Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven are both established in China. Renowned Muslim scholar Ibn Khaldun dies. The current Caliph, Al-Mutawakkil I, dies. Hus begins preaching in northern Sweden. Pomerania accepts the trade offers of Kalmar, noting considerable ties between the two. Timur dies from illness after returning from China, and is laid in his grand Mausoleum in Samarkand ATTENTION: The_Epic_Dragon has posted as two nations (Roman Empire and Bavaria) and thus, broke the rules of PMIV. He is to stick to one nation, or face punishment FIXED sorry about that - Epic 1. Duchy of Burgundy:with the death of Duchess Joanna of Brabant and Limburg (this is the OTL year of her death), both those duchies pass to Duke Philip, as per the agreement in the Treaty of Trier. About a month after the inheritance, however, Duke Philip succumbs to his years-long illness and dies in his sleep. His eldest son, John, who led the Burgundian forces in the Hessian Crusade, succeeds him as Duke of...

    Karmapa of Tibet visits the Yongle Emperor. Empress Xu, wife of the Yongle Emperor, passes away. Grandmaster Jungingen of Livonia passes away. David Holbache founds the first non-denominational school in Wales. After the signed truce between Orleans and Burgundy, Duke of Orleans is assassinated, Rudolfo Belenzani revolts in Cologne. To Mods:According to Italian Wikipedia, Rodolfo Belenzani's revolt was in Trento OTL - furthermore, I'm confused as to why this revolt would make sense given the archbishop Friedrich III's persistent attempts to make peace with the people of Cologne for every turn since the beginning of the game. I'm not sure whether it's my place to complain, or whether this is simply a Trento event being transferred to a player country of vaguely similar structure (as an archbishopric), but I would be really grateful if you could please explain this to me some more before the end of 1407 (so that then I can make a post addressing the revolt if necessary). -Nonsensical...

    The Norse History of Greenland is completed The Yongle Encyclopedia is completed. Coptic Pope Matthew I dies. Donatello’s David is sculpted. The situation in the Timurid Empire worsens, as Timur's sons fight for the throne and vassals break off and assert their independence. (Correct if wrong, but I was told this was the general situation.) You're wrong, so let me correct you. Timur's sons, Miran Shah and Shahrukh Mirza are currently fighting for the throne. Timur's grandchildren; Khalil Sultan, Ibrahim Mirza and Ulugh Beg are also part of the Civil War, however they're primarily supporting their fathers. The only exception is Pir Muhammad, who is Timur's grandson and is also part of the Civil War. Now as far as vassals/puppets are concerned, the Chagatai Khanate would most likely revolt. There is no doubt about that because they most likely despise me. As for the Jalayirids, I sincerely doubt they would revolt as they're loyal and tied to the authorities in Isfahan. Moreover, the c...

    A papal Council has mixed results with representatives of Benedict XIII and the other guy (MP finish this) 1. Actually I want to raise what Tim mentioned last turn. Since the Antipope was imprisoned in Aragon years ago, how many countries still maintain allegiance to him, and what power can he still wield? Just interested so I can react in-character, not a criticism. Callumthered (talk) 11:11, July 26, 2016 (UTC) University opens in Liepzig Jacquemart de Hesdin paints Carrying the Cross The Vilnius Castle in Lithuania is completed Zheng He's expedition reaches Sri Lanka Astronomer Ulugh Beg becomes governor of Samarkand The Monlam Prayer festival begins in Tibet 1. Timurid Empire: Amir Shahrukh Mirza continued his glorious reign over his Empire, and designated his son Ulugh Beg as his heir. The latter had immediately set out to work as he imposed a tax system upon the local people which he referred to as the mansabdari system. This allowed the Empire to harvest and cultivate a much...

  6. 1470-1479 (Merveilles du Monde Map Game) | Alternative ...

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    1 1470 2 1471 3 1472 4 1473 5 1474 6 1475 7 1476 8 1477 9 1478 10 1479 Emperor Sigismund II dies, and a new Imperial diet is called to elect the new King of Germany. Without a legitimate heir, both the Electorate of Brandenburg and the Duchy of Livonia are inherited by his nephew, Henry of Bohemia. This places Bohemia and Brandenburg back into a personal union. With the political divisions ...

  7. 1480-1489 (Merveilles du Monde Map Game) | Alternative ...

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    1 1480 2 1481 3 1482 4 1483 5 1484 6 1485 7 1486 8 1487 9 1488 10 1489 By an overwhelming victory, King Henry III of Bohemia is elected as King Henry VIII of Germany, and can now negotiate with the Pope on his potential status as Emperor. This election, affirming the power of the Premyslid dynasty for the time being, gives opportunity of organizing and solidifying the offices and duties of the ...

  8. Early Modern European Society - PDF Free Download

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    Early Modern European Society surveys the sweeping changes affecting Europe from the end of the fifteenth century to the early decades of the eighteenth century. More than simply a factual survey, this book conveys an imaginative understanding of the salient characteristics of society throughout pre-industrial Europe, from Italy and Spain to ...

  9. Law in an Era of Smart Technology - PDF Free Download

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    Law in an Era of “Smart” Technology This page intentionally left blank Law in an Era of “Smart” Technology By Susan W. Brenner 1 1 Oxford University Press, Inc., publishes works that further Oxford University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education.

  10. Arnstein - Find link

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    Hilleboe 1969 Marion W. Sheahan 1970 Hugh R. Leavell 1971 Margaret G. Arnstein 1972 Paul B. Cornely 1973 Isidore S. Falk 1974 Myron E. Wegman 1975 Leroy Johnson Controls (3,086 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

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