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Anthropology Defined

The study of anthropology is the study of human beings: their culture, their behavior, their beliefs, their ways of surviving. Here is a collection of other definitions of anthropology from anthropologists and other dedicated to defining and describing what Alexander Pope (1688 to 1744) called the "proper study of mankind.
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Biography of Julian Abele

Julian Abele (born April 29, 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, according to the University of Pennsylvania University Archives and Records Center) is best known in Durham, North Carolina as the architect of the Duke University campus. The story of Julian Francis Abele is not "rags-to-riches" but a tale of hard work and dedication.
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The Hydrologic Cycle

The hydrologic cycle is the process, powered by the sun's energy, which moves water between the oceans, the sky, and the land. We can start our examination of the hydrologic cycle with the oceans, which hold over 97% of the planet's water. The sun causes evaporation of water on the surface of the ocean.
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Art History 101: A Brisk Walk Through the Art Eras

Put on your sensible shoes as we embark on an extremely abbreviated tour of art through the ages. The purpose of this piece is to hit the highlights and provide you with the barest of basics on the different eras in art history. Prehistoric Eras 30,000-10,000 BCE: Paleolithic Period Paleolithic peoples were strictly hunter-gatherers, and life was tough.
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Queen Elizabeth I

Born Elizabeth Tudor, Queen Elizabeth I of England (September 7, 1533 - March 24, 1603) was one of the most influential English monarchs and the last Tudor ruler. Her reign was marked by immense growth for England, especially in world power and cultural influence. Early Years On September 7, 1533, Anne Boleyn, then Queen of England, gave birth to the Princess Elizabeth.
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