Learning Exercises

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The Bhagavid-Gita is sometimes compared to Christianity's New Testament and Lord Krishna to Jesus Christ. This site... see more

The Hindu religion offers a number f important books. One is the Upanishads. This site offers students the opportunity to... see more

The Ramayana is one of Hinduism most important religious works. This assignment provides the opportunity to learn more... see more

Galileo was one of the Renaissance's most famous astronomers. Much discussion and controversy surrounds Galileo trial and... see more

Sir Thomas More was a leading figure at the court of Henry VIII. He was also a major thinker and author. The Trial of Sir... see more

The Trial of Gaius Verres details the corruption common in the last years of the Roman Republic. The Trial introduces one... see more

Socrates was one of the Ancient World's most famous philosophers. This site attempts to unravel the controversy... see more

An account of the trial of Jesus providing Biblical and Non-Christian accounts along with the account written in the... see more

This site explores both the traditional and contemporary versions of the Japanese art know as Ukiyo-E. see more

The Cave of Chauvet-Pont d'Arc offers the user insight into the prehistory of France and the people who lived there. see more

The movement of Indian civilization from the Indus River Valley to the Ganges River marked a distinctive shift in the... see more

The Spanish American War began over Cuba and ended with the United States becoming a world power with colonies as far... see more

The successful Norman Invasion of England in 1066 changed England's political and cultural future. The Bayeux Tapestry... see more

The circus was once a cultural icon of the United States providing an entertainment for both large and small communities.... see more

The witchcraft hysteria of colonial Salem, Massachusetts was a seminal event in American History. This site offers... see more

The civilization of Ancient Egypt focused their energies on preparing for an afterlife. This site maintained by the... see more

Ancient Athens changd the function and meaning of a city. Four main functions became the norm for western cities. These... see more

Great Britain experienced two revolutions that would forever change that nation. The first was in agricultural and the... see more

An instructional video site providing information about how rural people lived in the middle ages with emphasis on... see more

A brief narrative history of the Royal Abbey in central France where England's first Plantagenet moanrchs are buried.... see more

Africans in America traces slavery in the United States from 1450 to 1865, using historical narratives, images,... see more

Crisis at Fort Sumter goes through the process followed by President Abraham Lincoln as he decided whether or not to... see more

Uncle Tom's Cabin created a great controversy at the time of its publication arousing passions above and below the fabled... see more

The Valley of the Shadow offers a rich collection of primary sources associated with "The Eve of the War," "The War... see more