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  1. History of China (45919 bytes)
    14: ...[history]] of China, the ''[[Records of the Grand Historian|Historical Records]]'' written by [[Sima Qian]], ...
    24: Chinese historians living in later periods were accustomed to the n...
    82: ..., he invited them all to dinner and brought out a simple farmer family's meal, and publicly issued blame f...
    174: ...n the late seventeenth century. For many decades, historians played down the differences between the Manchu r...
    178: ... stone monument entitled "seven killings". Manchu historians tried to cover up their slaughter of Sichuan Chi...
  2. Hypatia of Alexandria (10302 bytes)
    14: ...her career: "Their philosophy consists in a very simple formula, that of calling God to witness, as Plato...
    18: ...ent data, (in the ancient world it is common for "historians" to copy from each other without further inquire...
    38: ...an [[Edward Gibbon]]. A recent work by the Polish historian [[Maria Dzielska]] explains Hypatia's death as th...
  3. Cotton (7876 bytes)
    11: ...00 BC. A thousand years later the great [[Greek]] historian [[Herodotus]] wrote about Indian cotton: "There a...
    95: [[simple:Cotton]]
  4. Civilization (29205 bytes)
    7: ...ct society, whether complex and city-dwelling, or simple and tribal. This definition is often perceived as...
    15: ...ation is a complex society, as distinguished from simpler societies. Everyone lives in a society and a cu...
    24: ...accumulation of more material possessions than in simpler societies.
    52: ...d polished [[copper]] have been found, along with simple [[figurine]]s of women and animals. An ancient [[...
    71: Many historians have focused on these broad cultural spheres and...
  5. History of the United States (1865-1918) (52094 bytes)
    19: ...lection as the "[[Compromise of 1877]]". Not all historians agree with this theory; in any case, Reconstruct...
    117: ...on skilled workers. His objectives were "pure and simple": increasing [[wage]]s, reducing hours and improv...
    133: The findings of the 1890 Census, popularized by historian [[Frederick Jackson Turner]] in his paper entitle...
  6. Hundred Years' War (30012 bytes)
    3: ...l war]] as much as an international conflict, the historian Philippe de Vries suggested that it had "taken pl...
    8: ...when Frankish [[Carolingian]] ruler [[Charles the Simple]] allowed the [[Vikings]] of [[Rollo of Normandy|...
  7. Albert Einstein (43065 bytes)
    16: ...red a slow learner, possibly due to [[dyslexia]], simple [[shyness]], or the significantly rare and unusua...
    76: ...rally regarded as true or important by mainstream historians. Even if De Pretto introduced the formula, it wa...
  8. Richard Nixon (32863 bytes)
    55: ...], Nixon refused television makeup (instead using simple "Lazy Shave" coverup makeup) and was feeling sick...
    150: *Best-selling historian author [[Stephen Ambrose]] wrote a three-volume b...
  9. Calvin Coolidge (18374 bytes)
    49: ...olidge as a doctrinaire, laissez-faire idealogue, historian Robert Sobel offers some context based on Coolidg...
    61: Coolidge is buried beneath a simple headstone in Notch Cemetery, Plymouth Notch, Verm...
  10. Hernando de Soto (explorer) (19418 bytes)
    28: ...is subject to discussions and controversy among [[historian]]s and local politicians. The primary historical ...
    50: ...e. Upon closer examination, the "gold" emerged as simple [[copper]]. The Spaniards raided the city's buria...
  11. History of Christianity (35391 bytes)
    80: ... finding converts in the [[1st century]]. Modern historians of the Roman world often discern interest in wha...
    164: ...divine, human, a created angelic being, or beyond simple classification into one category? Did Christ's m...
    355: ...f the subject by a formally trained and respected historian
  12. Judaism (54799 bytes)
    52: ...east two thousand years. For example, the ancient historian [[Josephus]] emphasized practices and traditions ...
    160: ...Bible and what they view as the Peshat: "Plain or Simple Meaning"; and do not accept non-biblical writings...
  13. Origami (9154 bytes)
    11: An origami design can be as simple as a [[party hat]] or [[paper airplane]], or as c...
    17: ... the Tamatebako model. Masao Okamura, an origami historian, was able to recreate the model. The model, cont...
    28: Most origami folds can be broken down into simpler steps. A list of techniques is accumulating in ...
  14. New Deal (82408 bytes)
    2: ...ozens of "alphabet reform" agencies were created. Historians distinguish the "First New Deal" of 1933 that ha...
    32: Intellectual historian, Clarence B. Carson says:
    50: ...m in March 1933 and now it started to expand. As historian Broadus Mitchell notes, "Most indexes worsened un...
    108: ...ed or endorsed several important new initiatives. Historians refer to them as the "Second New Deal" and note ...
    120: Historians on the right and left have generally been disapp...
  15. United States House of Representatives (41197 bytes)
    29: ...r to censure its members; censure requires only a simple majority, but does not remove a member from offic...
    387: *[[Historian of the United States House of Representatives]]
  16. Platypus (21900 bytes)
    41: Outside the mating season, platypuses live in simple burrows in the ground. After mating, though, the ...
    65: ...nded the work of the early biologists and natural historians.
  17. Sumer (14409 bytes)
    40: Historian [[Alan I. Marcus|Alan Marcus]] says: "Sumerians h...
    66: Sumerians used slings and simple bows. (the [[recurve bow]] is a later invention.)
  18. Attila the Hun (23655 bytes)
    32: ... Roman and Hun for approximately three years. The historian [[Priscus]] was sent as emissary to Attila's enca...
    33: ...ets of gold and silver. His dress, too, was quite simple, affecting only to be clean. The sword he carried...
    38: :''The historian Priscus says it was discovered under the followin...
    58: ...convinced him to turn away from the city. Various historians (e.g. [[Isaac Asimov]]) have supposed that the e...
    68: ...ource for information on Attila is [[Priscus]], a historian who traveled with Maximin on an embassy from Theo...
  19. Leone Battista Alberti (5967 bytes)
    14: ...duct of [[Acqua Vergine]], which debouched into a simple basin designed by Alberti, which was swept away l...
    15: ...y since before Julius Caesar's time. Cryptography historian [[David Kahn]] titles him the "Father of Western ...
  20. Charles Darwin (47469 bytes)
    164: ...ween what was later called "Social Darwinism" and simple "Darwinism" was less clear. Darwin did not, howev...
    310: [[simple:Charles Darwin]]

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