The playwright who is the author of Prometheus Bound, and who tried to find reasons for laws in the universe is A. Aeschylus. Prometheus Bound is an ancient Greek tragedy that is based on the myth of Prometheus, a Titan who defying the gods gives fire to mankind. Aeschylus is often described as the father of tragedy.
One scientific belief held by both René Descartes and Isaac Newton is that
(1) reasoned thought is the way to discover truth
(2) new theories should be made to fit existing
(3) the method by which discoveries are made is
(4) difficult problems should be solved by reading
Which of the following best describe similarities in reform between Catherine the great and peter the great
Why were the Coercive Acts also called the Intolerable Acts?
The Coercitive Acts were also called the Intolerable Acts because the colonists considered that both the taxes they imposed, and the treatment that the British government carried out on the colonies, could not be tolerated and should be faced.
The Intolerable Acts was the name that part of the inhabitants of the Thirteen Colonies gave to the five laws adopted by the British Parliament in 1774. The laws were mainly aimed at strengthening the role of Great Britain in the management of American colonies. Four of the five laws were in response to Boston Tea Party. Using these laws, the king and parliament intended to stop the growing resistance movement in the colonies. However, these measures only aggravated the situation, since the colonists considered them a despotic violation of their rights.
Britain hoped to isolate Massachusetts' radicals and force the colonies to recognize the supremacy of Parliament over local elected bodies. The risky move, however, turned against it. The severity of new laws pushed even moderate colonists, and there were fewer votes in favor of Parliament. On the contrary, sympathy for Massachusetts grew and prompted the previously isolated colonies to convene the First Continental Congress, and then to the formation of the Continental Association to boycott British goods, and if this does not help to abolish acts, then stop exporting to the UK. Finally, Congress announced the mutual support of the colonies, which in the future meant their joint actions during the American Revolution.
What happened in Britain after roman armies abandoned th area during the 400s
What were the main problems faced by the unions during the 1800s and how did they overcome them?
Supporters of the abolitionist movement were divided over A. Whether slavery should be ended in the United States
B. Which enslaved African Americans should be freed
C. How great a role women should be allowed to take in the movement
D. Whether they should urge people to take a pledge to practice abstinence
Which of the following was an American weakness during the Revolutionary War? A) Americans were not used to wilderness warfare.
B) Americans faced hostile farmers in the countryside.
C) Because of low pay, many men only enlisted for three months.
D) There were too many hired soldiers fighting for the Patriots.
C: Because of low pay, many men only enlisted for three months. I hope this helps :)
Why was John Hancock’s signature on the Declaration important?
While many stories have popped up trying to explain why his signature was so big, such as Hancock's desire to have the signature be big enough for the King to read it, etc. these are all fake stories and no one knows why it was so big.
While he was President of the Congress, it does not explain the size of his signature.
Would it take you longer to drive across state (east to west) or to drive down the state (north to south)