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King Tut
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Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
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Narmers Palette
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Ancient Egypt
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The Persian Gulf War
The Persian Gulf War
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Pyramids
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The Crusades
The Crusades
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Women\'s Reproductive Rights and Marital Rights: A Comparison of Twent
Women\'s Reproductive Rights and Marital Rights: A Comparison of Twent
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What made the Roman conquests an empire?
What made the Roman conquests an empire?
Supporting question 1 What made the Roman conquests an empire? Formative Performance Task List and describe the characteristics and attributes of the Roman Empire. There were several factors as to why the Roman conquests was an empire. First of all, the Romans were tolerant of cultural and religious differences and didnít force conquered people to adopt Roman religion or language. They only required that they make no alliances with any foreign powers. They werenít even required to pay Roman taxe
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt
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Notes/Explanation
Notes/Explanation
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The Jungle: A Close Examination
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The Montgomery Bus Boycott
The Montgomery Bus Boycott
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Baroque Art and Architecture (Final revision)
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T echnical Description
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Lebanon
Lebanon
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