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Historians generally refer to the continuing Roman Empire in the east as the Byzantine Empire after Byzantium, the original name of the town that Constantine I would elevate to the Imperial capital as New Rome in 330 AD.
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Historians and generally
Historians generally credit João Faras-astronomer and physician of King Manuel I of Portugal who accompanied Pedro Álvares Cabral in the discovery of Brazil in 1500-for being the first European to depict it correctly.
Historians of pacifism Peter Brock and Thomas Paul Socknat define pacifism " in the sense generally accepted in English-speaking areas " as " an unconditional rejection of all forms of warfare ".
Historians have noted that naturalists had long been aware that the individuals of a species differed from one another, but had generally considered such variations to be limited and unimportant deviations from the archetype of each species, that archetype being a fixed ideal in the mind of God.
Historians generally agree that the middle classes held high personal moral standards ( and usually followed them ), but have debated whether the working classes followed suit.
Historians generally agree that the adoption of the term " Uyghur " is based on a decision from a 1921 conference in Tashkent, which was attended by Turkic Muslims from the Tarim Basin ( Xinjiang ).
Historians generally agree that the middle classes held high personal moral standards and rejected cohabitation.
Historians generally consider the Battle of Jumonville Glen as the opening battle of the French and Indian War in North America and the start of hostilities in the Ohio valley.
Historians generally have found problems with Adam's claims, such as that Sweyn was driven into exile in Scotland for a period as long as fourteen years.
Historians generally consider Manchukuo a puppet state of Imperial Japan because of the Japanese military's strong presence and strict control of the government administration.
Historians generally recognize the Old Salt Route as part of a much longer path, which functioned as an important connection between the northern and southern reaches of the country.
Historians today generally dismiss the authenticity of the find, attributing it to a publicity stunt performed to raise funds to repair the Abbey, which was mostly burned in 1184.
Historians generally contend that the Coharie are descendants of the Algonquian-speaking Neusiok and Coree, as well as the Iroquoian Tuscarora, and the Siouan Waccamaw, who occupied what is now the central portion of North Carolina.
Historians generally view Niebuhr as a leader of the Romantic Era and symbol of German national spirit that emerged after the defeat at Jena.
" Historians generally reject the popular notion that the delegates were inspired by the Iroquois Confederation.
Historians debate on the structure and size of pageant wagons however, they are generally miniature house-like structures that rest on four to six wheels depending on the size of the wagon.
Historians generally view Reid as a victim of circumstance: like many governments across Canada, his was defeated by the Great Depression.
Historians both in China and abroad have generally portrayed her as a despot and villain responsible for the fall of the Dynasty, while others have suggested that her opponents among the reformers succeeded in making her a scapegoat for problems beyond her control, that she stepped in to prevent disorder, that she was no more ruthless than other rulers, and that she was even an effective if reluctant reformer in the last years of her life.
( Historians generally believed that Wang had two motives in doing this — one was, in case Emperor Ping recovered from the poisoning, to use this to try to absolve himself of involvement in the poisoning, and the second was to leave for posterity evidence of his faithfulness.
Historians generally agree that by the middle of the 1st century, the religion had penetrated to areas north of the Huai River.
Historians and refer
Historians typically refer to him as simply Octavius between his birth in 63 until his posthumous adoption by Julius Caesar in 44 BC.
Historians have liberally used emperor and, especially so, empire anachronistically and out of its Roman and European context to describe any large state and its ruler in the past and present ; sometimes even to refer to non-monarchically ruled states and their spheres of influence: such examples include the " Athenian Empire " of the late 5th century BC, the " Angevin Empire " of the Plantagenets, or the Soviet and American " empires " of the Cold War era.
Historians refer to the material culture of northern Europe during the mass-migrations of the 5th to the 7th centuries as the Germanic Iron Age.
Historians refer to a Gaelic revival or resurgence as ocurring between 1350 and 1500, by which time the area ruled for the Crown — " the Pale " — had shrunk to a small area around Dublin.
Historians used to believe that Thespis of ancient Athens ( 6th Century BCE ) was the first person to speak lines as an individual actor on stage ( hence the term " thespian " to refer to an individual actor ).
Historians often refer to the ' Age of Discovery ' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes to " the East Indies ", moved by the trade of gold, silver and spices.
Historians of the Middle Ages often use " Latin Europe " to refer to the cultural-geographic area of Europe where Latin was used as a working language of the Church, State and / or Academy.
Historians use the term Third Republic of Venezuela to refer to the period from about 1817 to 1819, when a rump government, organized by Bolívar began functioning in the Venezuelan Llanos.
Historians and continuing
In 1 Samuel 9: 6-20, Samuel is seen as a local “ seer .” The Deuteronomistic Historians preserved this view of Samuel while contributing him as “ the first of prophets to articulate the failure of Israel to live up to its covenant with God .” For the Deuteronomistic Historians, Samuel was extension of Moses and continuing Moses ’ function as a prophet, judge, and a priest which made historical Samuel uncertain.
Historians are continuing to examine this culture, but theorize that the stronger Kanienkehaka ( Mohawk ) waged war against the St. Lawrence Iroquoians to get control of the fur trade and hunting along the valley below Tadoussac.
Historians and Roman
Historians question whether the Roman government distinguished between Christians and Jews prior to Nerva's modification of the Fiscus Judaicus in 96 ( Jews paid the tax, Christians did not ).
Historians Keith Hopkins and Mary Beard tentatively estimate a total of 400 arenas throughout the Roman Empire at its greatest extent, with a combined total of 8, 000 deaths per annum from all causes, including execution, combat and accident.
Historians do not know who wrote the only extant example of the fabula praetexta ( tragedies based on Roman subjects ), Octavia, but in former times it was mistakenly attributed to Seneca due to his appearance as a character in the tragedy.
Historians have argued that the desire to impose Roman church authority in the east may have been one of the goals of the crusade, although Urban II, who launched the First Crusade, never refers to such a goal in his letters on crusading.
Historians customarily assign them the title " Holy Roman Emperor ", which has a basis in actual historical usage, and treat their " Holy Roman Empire " as a separate institution.
But while Roman women held no direct political power, those from wealthy or powerful families could and did exert influence through private negotiations .< ref > Kristina Milnor, " Women in Roman Historiography ," in The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Historians ( Cambridge University Press, 2009 ), p. 278 ; Ann Ellis Hanson, " The Restructuring of Female Physiology at Rome ," in Les écoles médicales à Rome: Actes du 2 < sup > ème </ sup > Colloque international sur les textes médicaux latins antiques, Lausanne, septembre 1986 ( Université de Nantes, 1991 ), p. 256 .</ ref > Exceptional women who left an undeniable mark on history range from the semi-legendary Lucretia and Claudia Quinta, whose stories took on mythic significance ; fierce Republican-era women such as Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi, and Fulvia, who commanded an army and issued coins bearing her image ; women of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, most prominently Livia, who contributed to the formation of Imperial mores ; and the empress Helena, a driving force in establishing Christianity as the official religion of Rome.