medicine throughout history. The history of mass deaths and illnesses and how medicine has stopped if not eliminated these diseases shows the advancement of people and education throughout history. As there have been many medical epidemics that spanned throughout history that have caused havoc on populations in the world, there are other impacts that expand past the loss of lives. Therefore, not only is the cure of illness itself incredibly fascinating but how it morphed history on a different levels is
Part I: Short Answer 2. Europe was changed drastically by the people living in Florence and the surrounding cities by the citizens who experienced the devastating psychological effects of witnessing the havoc of famine and the plague. The massive death tolls proved to be beneficial in the later years because the cities were not crowded but the aftermath of surviving the plague had a greater affect on the peoples thinking and way of life. In The Decameron, "they settled down and locked themselves
become a Master Mariner. Progressing from this experience, his life became similar to Marlow’s in Heart of Darkness. He captained a steamboat into Africa during the colonization and witnessed the terrible mistreatment of the African people as the Europeans unrightfully claimed their lands.
Europe using the Mediterranean trade routes. • Black Death arose in the mid 14th century. Many Europeans suffered a major epidemic of bubonic plague. This had decreased the population tremendously. • People began to worship the supernatural so that they were protected from calamity. Portuguese Exploration • 2% of the population was Christian Europe. Portugal had given more attention to the geographic exploration from 1415 to 1460 than any other European countries all together. • Portugal worked together
or person;especially: one exhibiting blind, prejudiced, and unreasoning allegiance . Therefore Partisan Politics is made up of people who are partial or favoring to one government party or sect. In the early Republic drastically different views of how the government should be run began to emerge. Alexander Hamilton believed that our new country’s federal government should be more powerful. Hamilton particularly advocated for the creation of a national bank that would establish fiscal policy, institute
educational, and medical systems that were almost equal of that the Europeans had at the time. Religion was taken very seriously with the Aztecs and they made thousands of sacrifices to try and please their god/gods. Aztecs were very important because they were an extremely powerful empire with advanced agricultural systems and high power and influence over many. Pgs 4-5 4 - Cahokia - Cahokia was a tribal city in mid-western where St.Louis is today, that had a population of 40,000 and the people