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Bronze Zhou Cooking Vessel

A Western Zhou ceremonial bronze of cooking-vessel form inscribed to record that the King of Zhou gave a fiefdom to Shi You, ordering that he inherit the title as well as the land and people living...
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Eleanor of Aquitaine has been called the “grandmother of Europe” for the connections of her children and grandchildren to many royal houses. Here are the children and grandchildren of Eleanor of Aquitaine: First Marriage: to Louis VII of France Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122 - 1204) married Prince Louis of France, later Louis VII of France (1120 - 1180), on July 25, 1137.
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Philosophical Women Quotes

If you like reading philosophical quotes, here are some great philosophical women quotes. Famous women leaders like Mother Teresa, Emily Dickinson, Golda Meir, Aung San Suu Kyi, and others have expressed their philosophical views. Their breadth of awareness and depth of wisdom is sure to leave you impressed.
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What Is Narrative Poetry? Definition and Examples

Narrative poetry tells stories through verse. Like a novel or a short story, a narrative poem has plot, characters, and setting. Using a range of poetic techniques such as rhyme and meter, the narrative poet presents a series of events, often including action and dialogue. In most cases, narrative poems have only one speaker-the narrator-who relates the entire story from beginning to end.
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Woodrow Wilson awarded Nobel Peace Prize

On December 10, 1920, the Nobel Prize for Peace is awarded to U.S. President Woodrow Wilson for his work in ending the First World War and creating the League of Nations. Although Wilson could not attend the award ceremony in Oslo, Norway, the U.S. Ambassador to Norway, Albert Schmedeman, delivered a telegram from Wilson to the Nobel Committee.
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