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    • Vol. 04 No. 1 Religious Educator

    • Christian education--Periodicals; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Doctrines--Study and teaching--Periodicals; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Education--Periodicals;
    • Electronic reproduction;
    • 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).
    • Aphrodite of Cyrene;

    • Greece;
    • After the disillusionment and alienation brought on by the political upheaval in fourth- century Greece, Greek thought and art began to focus more on the individual and real life rather than the community and the ideal. Aphrodite of Cyrene,...
    • Pergammon Acropolis;

    • Turkey;
    • This image shows a reconstruction of the acropolis of Pergamon, a kingdom ruled by the Attalid dynasty. Founded by Philetairos after the breakup of Alexander’s empire in the early third century BCE, the Pergamene kingdom embraced almost all of...
    • Wheel;

    • Mesopotamia;
    • This image illustrates the concept of the solid wheel as it might have looked when first invented. “Wheel” refers to a circular frame of hard material that may be solid, partly solid, or spoked and that is capable of turning on an axle. ...
    • Socrates Bust;

    • Greece;
    • Socrates lived in Athens, Greece from about 470-399 BC and has been recognized as the founder of Attic philosophy. His ideas are based on the notion that reason, properly cultivated, should be the all-controlling factor in human life. Although...
    • Apollo Belvedere;

    • Greece;
    • This image depicts the Apollo Belvedere, a Roman marble copy of a bronze Greek statue believed to have been created by the Athenian sculptor Leochares, who was patronized by Alexander the Great, sometime in the late fourth century BC. It reflects...

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