Monthly Archives: April 2013

Early Greek Culture

The influence of the Greek civilization globally remains one of the most pervasive and important influences politically, scientifically, and artistically in the modern era (Roberts, 1997). Indeed, as historian Jackson Spielvogel asserts, the ancient Greeks represent the “fountain-head of Western … Continue reading

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Early Civilizations

Early civilizations built monumental architecture amazaments.   From the beginning of civilization, some 11,000 years ago until about 500 BCE, structures of administrative, religious, or social importance were erected in urban centers or in other areas of importance to the … Continue reading

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Prehisoric Culture and People

The term culture represents the shared values and beliefs of a group of people that develop over time and are passed from one generation to another. Culture can be seen in art, religious or spiritual beliefs, systems of laws, or … Continue reading

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Human Necessity

In order to fully comprehend humanities cultural growth from a single or even multiple geographical locations, an understanding of the importance of basic human necessity for survival must be explored.  The need for humankind to want to survive and protect … Continue reading

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History vs Culture

Many people confuse culture with history and vice versa.  These two terms, while interrelated, are quite different.  We know groups of cultures create historical events within a given geographical location but history cannot determine why certain groups of people dominate … Continue reading

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