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    • Trend toward Democracy;

    • United States;
    • The trend toward democracy begins with the rule of one royal leader (monarchy), then the rule of the few, such as the aristocracy (oligarchy), to the rule of one totalitarian leader (tyranny), ending with the rule of the people (democracy).
    • Wheel;

    • general;
    • Picture of a solid wheel. Illustrates the concept of the solid wheel as it might have looked when first invented.
    • Ashoka;

    • India;
    • Meera Mukherjee, a modern sculptor in India, sculpted this bronze statue, "Ashoka at Kalinga," in 1972. This sculpture is the "ultimate expression of the heroic image."
    • Self-Portrait at Age 28;

    • Germany;
    • Albrecht Dürer completed a number of self-portraits throughout his life and this remarkable one, painted in 1500, reveals the artist’s self-confidence in his artistic success. By this point in time, Dürer had become the foremost artist in...
    • Pontormo's Deposition;

    • Italy;
    • Jacopop Carucci da Pontormo's "Deposition" represents the Mannerist style of over-exerted emotion, surprising colors, and spasmodic spatiality.
    • Map of European colonization to Asia;

    • Phillipines, Africa, India;
    • Map of European colonization in Asia to 1750. Because the Tokugawa Shogunate's economic prosperity & political success resulted in part from its trade with Europe, Japan was initially much more liberal in elaborating its commercial relationship...
    • Le Concert Champetre;

    • Italy;
    • 'Le Concert Champetre,' begun the last year of Giorgione's life, was finished after his death by his apprentice Titian. The figures almost foreshadow the baroque figures of Rubens paintings. The work also bears an uncanny resemblance to Edouard...
    • Shahadah;

    • Arabia;
    • Meaning “testimony” in Arabic, the shahadah, shown here in beautiful calligraphy, is the Muslim profession of faith, “There is no god but Allah; Muhammad is the prophet of Allah.” The shahadah is the first of the five Pillars of Islam, and it is...
    • The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq;

    • Netherlands;
    • Rembrandt van Rijn was renowned as one of the most talented Dutch painter of his time, and The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq (Night Watch) is an example of his remarkably innovative style. Born in Leiden, Rembrandt moved to Amsterdam in...
    • Deposition;

    • Flanders;
    • One of the most influential paintings produced during the Northern Renaissance, Deposition demonstrates the early style of Rogier van der Weyden, a leading artist during the mid-fifteenth century. Rogier (as scholars identify him) was commissioned...
    • Punjab Region Map;

    • India;
    • Map of the Punjab Region showing the 5 rivers and the mountainous areas surrounding it-possibly a topo colored in- including Harappa and Mohnjo-Daro.
    • Map of Mughal India;

    • India;
    • Map of Mughal India. As Japan experienced a dynastic change in the C16 & China in the C17, so did India in the late C15. The experience of India (also on Asia's mainland & so accessible to the continent's reservoir of nomadic tribes in Mongolia)...
    • La Moulin de la Galette;

    • France;
    • By using small patches of color, Renoir creates the impression of glittering light through the trees above the people at the popular Parisian restaurant.
    • Map and Timeline of the Spread of Islam;

    • Arabia;
    • While Islam began as a religion taught by the Prophet Muhammad to a small group of followers, it spread rapidly. This map and timeline illustrate the spread of Islamic religious and political influence between the seventh and sixteenth centuries,...

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