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From its beginnings in the early 19th century through the early 20th century, anthropology in the United States was influenced by the presence of Native American societies.
From being a mere village in an agricultural district at the beginning of the 19th century, the place grew rapidly in population owing to the abundance of coal and iron ore, and the population of the whole parish, 1, 486 in 1801, increased tenfold during the first half of the 19th century.
From the 19th century and much of the late 20th century, " Boadicea " was the most common version of the name, which is probably derived from a mistranscription when a manuscript of Tacitus was copied in the Middle Ages.
From Palmyra there is a large collection of nearly forty funerary busts, acquired in the 19th century.
From the 19th century, up to the end of the 20th century, most of Central Asia has been part of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, both being Slavic majority countries.
* Eitner, Lorenz, An Outline of 19th Century European Painting: From David through Cézanne ( 1992 ), HarperCollins Publishers, ISBN 0-06-430223-7
From a local disease, cholera became one of the most widespread and deadly diseases of the 19th century, killing an estimated tens of millions of people.
From it came the master general who remained longest at the head of the administration during the 19th century, Père Vincent Jandel ( 1850 – 1872 ).
From the Renaissance to the 19th century in Western culture, epitaphs for notable people became increasingly lengthy and pompous descriptions of their family origins, career, virtues and immediate family, often in Latin.
From the 13th to the early 19th century Finland was a part of the Kingdom of Sweden.
From the 19th century, various types of fancy glass started to become significant branches of the decorative arts.
From the times of Isaac Vossius, several scholars adhered to this position, most notably the so-called " French school " during the 19th century, which included the famous chemist Marcellin Berthelot.
From the time beginning with the incorporation of the Portuguese Empire in 1580 ( lost in 1640 ) until the loss of its American colonies in the 19th century, Spain maintained the largest empire in the world even though it suffered fluctuating military and economic fortunes from the 1640s.
From the 15th to the 19th century, European contact with Mauritania was dominated by the trade for gum arabic.
From a local disease, cholera became one of the most widespread and deadly diseases of the 19th century, killing tens of millions of people.
From ancient Greece to the late 19th century, it was a central part of Western education, filling the need to train public speakers and writers to move audiences to action with arguments.
From the 17th through the 19th centuries, the merging of folk beliefs about group differences with scientific explanations of those differences produced what one scholar has called an " ideology of race ".
From the 11th to the 19th century, North African Barbary Pirates engaged in Razzias, raids on European coastal towns, to capture Christian slaves to sell at slave markets in places such as Algeria and Morocco.
From the second half of the 19th century onward, as blacks, mestizas, and ex-soldiers of the War of Canudos in Rio de Janeiro came from various parts of Brazil ( mainly Bahia ) and settled in the vicinity of Morro da Conceição, Pedra do Sal, Praça Mauá, Praça Onze, Cidade Nova, Saúde, and Zona Portuária.
From the late 19th century there was a general consensus around the documentary hypothesis, which suggests that the five books were created c. 450 BCE by combining four originally independent sources, known as the Jahwist, or J ( about 900 BCE ), the Elohist, or E ( about 800 BCE ), the Deuteronomist, or D, ( about 600 BCE ), and the Priestly source, or P ( about 500 BCE ).
From the early 19th century onward, it also meant that a lame duck Congress or Presidential administration could fail to adequately respond to a significant national crises in a timely manner.
From official report of the parliamentary commission in the mid 19th century.
From the 11th to the 19th centuries, Western Sahara was one of the links between Sub-Sahara and North Africa regions.

From and century
From the seventeenth to the nineteenth century it was a popular practice to flood the piazza in the summer, and the aristocrats would then ride around the inundated square in their carriages.
From the 9th century BC, Luwian regions coalesced into a number of states such as Lydia, Caria and Lycia, all of which had Hellenic influence.
From the late 8th century BC a new wave of Indo-European speaking raiders entered northern and north east Anatolia, namely the Cimmerians and Scythians.
From the early 16th century, Aachen lost power.
From the 17th century onward, the island of Abadan was part of the lands of the Arab Ka ' ab ( Bani Kaab ) tribe.
From the late 17th to the early 20th century Western aesthetics underwent a slow revolution into what is often called modernism.
From the 17th century onwards, " scandalous memoirs " by supposed libertines, serving a public taste for titillation, have been frequently published.
From the time of St Augustine until the 16th century, the Archbishops of Canterbury were in full communion with the See of Rome and thus received the pallium.
From the 4th century Christianization of the Roman Empire onwards such shrines, or the framework enclosing them, are often called by the Biblical term tabernacle, which becomes extended to any elaborated framework for a niche, window or picture.
From Russian arrival in the Aleutian Islands in 1786 through the mid-19th century, the Russians invaded and enslaved the natives, and many of the Aleut customs disappeared.
From the 8th century to the 9th century, many inhabitants of what is present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan, and areas of northern India were converted to Sunni Islam.
From a poll conducted of the American people in December 1999, Clinton was among eighteen included in Gallup's List of Widely Admired People of the 20th century.
From the 2nd century, it is certain that the offices of bishop and presbyter were clearly distinguished,
From the 12th to the 15th century, Bordeaux regained importance following the marriage of Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine with the French-speaking Count Henri Plantagenet, born in Le Mans, who became, within months of their wedding, King Henry II of England.
Archaeological confirmation of Bethlehem as an Israelite city was uncovered in 2012 at the archaeological dig at the City of David in the form of a bulla ( seal impression in dried clay ) in ancient Hebrew script that reads " From the town of Bethlehem to the King ," indicating that it was used to seal the string closing a shipment of grain, wine, or other goods sent as a tax payment in the 8th or 7th century BCE.
From the end of the 15th century we have printed ballads that suggest a rich tradition of popular music.

From and once
From a learned traveler Arslan once inquired: " Didst thou ever, in thy wanderings, see a fort as strong as this ?".
From 1966 to 1976, Alexei Kosygin, Podgorny and Mikhail Suslov, all leading officials, attended a Central Committee meeting once ; it was in 1973 to ratify the Soviet Union's treaty with West Germany.
From the back left of the painting you can see the artist himself looking out at the viewer, and the painting behind the family depicts Lot and his daughters, thus once again echoing the underlying message of corruption and gat.
From 1975 through the 1980s, illegal occupations of unused land increased once again.
From the 14th to 11th centuries BC Assyria once more became a major power with the rise of the Middle Assyrian Empire which dominated the whole of Mesopotamia and much of the Near East and Anatolia.
From Ribbentrop's point of view, this had the dual benefit of ensuring popular support for the German Army as it advanced into the Caucasus and of ensuring that it was the Foreign Office that ruled the Caucasus once the Germans occupied the area.
From the mid-1940s the country was subject to Soviet economic control and saw considerable Russification of its peoples, but Latvian culture and infrastructures survived such that, during the period of Soviet liberalisation under Mikhail Gorbachev, Latvia once again took a path towards independence which eventually succeeded in August 1991 and was recognised by Russia the following month.
From these people they borrowed a long-lived custom once of religious symbolism.
From 1988 to 1996, the Eagles qualified for the playoffs during 6 out of those 9 seasons, but they won the NFC East only once, in 1988.
From there, they went on to defeat the power-laden New York Yankees in a seven-game Series, during which Clemente batted. 310, hitting safely at least once in every game ( exactly one half of a streak which would be completed much more resoundingly eleven years later in The Great One's signature Series, i. e. the Pirates ' 1971, come-from-behind, seven-game victory over the Baltimore Orioles ).
From there, Kiick and Csonka each ran once for three yards, and then Griese completed a 19-yard pass ( his sixth completion in six attempts ) to tight end Jim Mandich, who made a diving catch at the 2-yard line.
From stanzas 22 to 24, more details are given by Odin about Valhalla: the holy doors of the ancient gate Valgrind stand before Valhalla, Valhalla has five hundred and forty doors that eight hundred men can exit from at once ( from which the einherjar will flow forth to engage the wolf Fenrir at Ragnarök ).
< imagemap > File: 1st millennium montage. png | From left, clockwise: Depiction of Jesus, the central figure in Christianity ; The Colosseum, a landmark of the once mighty Roman Empire ; Gunpowder is invented during the latter part of the millennium, in China ; Chess, a new board game, takes on popularity across the globe ; The Roman Empire falls, and then reappears ushering in the Early Middle Ages ; The skeletal remains of a young woman, known as the " ring lady ", killed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 ; Attila the Hun, leader of the Hunnic Empire, which takes most of western Europe.
From 1960 to 1968 he once more was a member of the federal parliament.
From October 1905 the Prince and Princess of Wales undertook another eight month tour, this time of India, and the children were once again left in the care of their grandparents.
From 1673 to 1674, the territories were once again briefly captured by the Dutch in the Third Anglo – Dutch War, only to be returned to England at the Treaty of Westminster.
From the Oxus ( 1, 000 feet ) to Faizabad ( 4, 000 feet ) and Zebak ( 8, 500 feet ) the course of the Kokcha offers a high road across Badakhshan ; between Zebak and Ishkashim, at the Oxus bend, there is but an insignificant pass of 9, 500 feet ; and from Ishkashim by the Panj River, through the Pamirs, is the continuation of what must once have been a much-traversed trade route connecting Afghan Turkestan with Kashgar of China.
From there, on a dry point, above sea level, it is easy to appreciate how Glastonbury was once an island and, in the winter, the surrounding moors are often flooded, giving that appearance once more.
From 1920 the term Staatskanzler was once again used.
From October 15, 1955 to September 1956, ABC-TV aired a live, hour-long television version once a month on Saturday nights ( sponsored by Ralston-Purina ), pre-empting one hour of the then-90-minute Ozark Jubilee.
From 1945 to 1955, the Great Seal changed quarters almost once a year.
From there, motorists would drive onto a ferry boat which would cross the Golden Gate to Sausalito, where they would drive off the ferry directly onto the main street of Sausalito, which was signed for U. S. 101 once again.
From his home he traveled to Jackson, arriving there with 30 well-armed men, where he gave a speech from the steps of the Madison County courthouse, and then rode southwest to Bolivar, where he spent the night at residence of Dr. Calvin Jones, once again drawing crowds who sent him off the next morning.

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