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- It overthrew King James II, replacing him with William III of Orange and Mary II of England.
- A constitutional monarchy was established
- The Creation of the Bill of Rights of 1689
The Glorious Revolution (1688-1689) was a political event that saw the King James II of England being overthrown in a mostly bloodless revolution, being replaced by William III of Orange and Mary II of England. James II, himself a Catholic, had to face with strong anti-Catholic sentiments in the British isles. As the situation became more and more heated, his attempts to control it eroded his political legitimacy. William of Orange, the leader of the Dutch Republic and a Protestant, gathered a powerful fleet that invaded the British isles and marched on London. As the English army failed to put any resistance and even defected to the Protestant invaders, James II was forced to flee. A specially convened Parliament assembled in 1689 deposed James II and declared William III and Mary II the legitimate rulers England, Scotland and Ireland. Later that same year, the Parliament passed the Bill of Rights of 1689 which, among other things, signalled the transformation of the British crown from an absolute monarchy into a constitutional monarchy. Severely curtailing the power of the monarch, many of the most important decisions could no longer be taken by the monarch without Parliament's approval, like approving taxes, suspending laws, or summoning an army. With some modifications, the Bill of Rights is still in force in Britain and other countries part of the Commonwealth.
B. Annual river floods replaced the soil, which improved the crops.
This was one of the main reasons why ancient civilizations decided to settle near rivers. Although many locations benefitted from this, the most obvious and common example is that of ancient Egypt. In Egypt, the Nile flooded regularly every year. This flooding carried minerals with it, improving the soil. However, during the flood season, agriculture would stop. This gave Egyptians the chance to work on other projects (such as construction) and led them to develop sophisticated institutions and bureaucracy to manage their grains and crops.
Building house, infrastructure, growing food.
The settlement in a wild and unsettled frontier region, it is required for people to clear land for starting a new establishment from the start. There will be a requirement for artisans with a different occupation like blacksmith, wheelwrights, and furniture makers, a carpenter in the frontier. Blacksmiths and furniture makers provide the farmers with farming equipment and by repairing things. Along with artisans, animal hunting for food also become necessary for survival. Men will need to clear land to built houses and to keep cattle. Agriculture is vital for the supply of food.
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Oil Painting, The Printing Press, Engravings, Woodcuts, Blend of spiritual and secular themes.
Silk, common currency, fireworks.
Those are the main three I know of.
very important trade item (the SILK road) Romans aristocrats wore silk to show their affluence and high status.
very important to advance military technology EX: guns , Spread through the major trade routes. Gunpower was also used for fireworks
Paper and the Movable type
The Chinese invented paper and the movable type which increased production of literature. Paper money was used because it was
This would be important because the magnetic compass helps Europeans during the age of discovery when Columbus sailed to the Americas.
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The correct answer is B
The Archaic period falls between the end of the Paleoindian hunters and the beginning of local production of ceramics. In Oasisamerérica, the Archaic period began 9000 a.C. and lasted (in most of the area) until the first centuries of the common era. Recent studies show that after 2000 BC, the Archaic period included the cultivation of corn, a technology diffused from Mesoamerica. The rivers played a very important role in the development of agriculture, the first plantations and settlements were on the shores of the rivers.
Even as the flourish when true subjects bow
To a new-crowned monarch.
I stand for sacrifice; The rest aloof are the Dardanian wives,
With bleared visages come forth to view
The issue of th'exploit. Go, Hercules.
Live thou, I live.
it is pretty much saying that Portia, giving a speech to Bassanio before he chooses his casket. She gives him music in order to suggest that her rhymes are hinting at the lead casket.
I am here to be sacrificed- she as an individual is destroyed to save her father's estate. Here future is a function of the value of the estate. It remains to be seen whether is willing to be sacrificed or not.
She compares Bassanio to Hercules- who will save her. This is a complimetn however she references him as a fortune hunter by mentioning this. By saving Troy, Hercules got not the maiden but the horses of her father.