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  2. Fifth century. 5th century – Caelius Aurelianus opposed harsh methods of handling the insane, and advocated humane treatment. c. 423–529 – Theodosius the Cenobiarch founded a monastery at Kathismus, near Bethlehem. Three hospitals were built by the side of the monastery: one for the sick, one for the aged, and one for the insane.

  3. Dec 03, 2018 · 20th Century: 1900–present . Classical music didn't die in the 20th century so much as reinvent itself. No one trend or style in particular dominates, and composers ranged from the relatively traditional, like Shostakovich and Schuman, to the outrageously experimental, like Karlheinz Stockhausen.

  4. Even the few figurative movements were distinctly edgy, such as Metaphysical Painting (c.1914-20). But compare the early 20th century Classical Revival in modern art and Neoclassical Figure Paintings by Picasso (1906-30). 1924-40. The Inter-war years continued to be troubled by political and economic troubles.

  5. The 1980’s would continue as all others before and after it with all aspects of pop culture (i.e. music, fashion, literature etc.) reflecting the attitudes, political agendas, and belief systems of the time. Abortion was also at the forefront of this decade. Illegal and self-abortions were exceedingly common ("The Women's Timeline").

  6. Sep 27, 2019 · Neoclassicism is art that draws on the art, culture and history of antiquity, particularly ancient Rome and Greece. This was a long art movement that lasted from the late 18th century to the early 20th century. These works aren't particularly popular with contemporary art enthusiasts who may view it as inauthentic for one age to imitate another.