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Aachen became attractive as a spa by the middle of the 17th century, not so much because of the effects of the hot springs on the health of its visitors but because Aachen was then — and remained well into the 19th centurya place of high-level prostitution in Europe.
By the middle of the 19th century, industrialisation swept away most of the city's medieval rules of production and commerce, although the entirely corrupt remains of the city's mediæval constitution was kept in place ( compare the famous remarks of Georg Forster in his Ansichten vom Niederrhein ) until 1801, when Aachen became the " chef-lieu du département de la Roer " in Napoléon's First French Empire.
In the middle and late 19th century, several renowned Mesoamerican scholars, starting with Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg, and including Edward Herbert Thompson and Augustus Le Plongeon proposed that Atlantis was somehow related to Mayan and Aztec culture.
Several Cyrillic alphabets with 28 to 44 letters were used in the beginning and the middle of the 19th century during the efforts on the codification of Modern Bulgarian until an alphabet with 32 letters, proposed by Marin Drinov, gained prominence in the 1870s.
Now the most commonly understood meaning of the term ballad, sentimental ballads, sometimes called " tear-jerkers " or " drawing-room ballads " owing to their popularity with the middle classes, had their origins in the early ‘ Tin Pan Alley ’ music industry of the later 19th century.
The first modern parties in the country developed in the middle of the 19th century, and their agenda and appeal changed, reflecting major social changes, such as the breakup of Austria-Hungary, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, dictatorship and social upheavals in the kingdom, World War II, the establishment of Communist rule and the breakup of the SFR Yugoslavia.
Another feature of the population was the number of Spanish-born colonists, known as peninsulares, who were mostly adult males ; they constituted between ten and twenty per cent of the population between the middle of the 19th century and the great depression of the 1930s.
By the middle of the 19th century it was the largest and most modern glassworks in the world.
Both the British and the French turned their attention to the Comoros islands in the middle of the 19th century.
It was prominent for centuries, and continued through middle 19th century.
In various revised editions ( 12 in all, through 1872 ), Principles of Geology was the most influential geological work in the middle of the 19th century, and did much to put geology on a modern footing.
The latter title has since been usurped by the Hawran region, which since the middle of the 19th century has proven a haven of refuge to Druze emigrants from Lebanon and has become the headquarters of Druze power.
The Shihab leadership continued until the middle of the 19th century and culminated in the illustrious governorship of Amir Bashir Shihab II ( 1788 – 1840 ) who, after Fakhr-al-Din, was the most powerful feudal lord Lebanon produced.
His own explanation was that the rise of the " puritan middle class ," who had stricter morals than the aristocracy, tightened the rules of censorship in the 19th century.
Genoese formed the larger group of the new population in the 18th century and middle 19th century.
It commemorates the anniversary of German reunification in 1990, when the goal of a unity of Germany that originated in the middle of the 19th century, was fulfilled.
The Third Plague Pandemic started in China in the middle of the 19th century, spreading plague to all inhabited continents and killing 10 million people in India alone.
The International Red Cross began operations in numerous countries in the late 19th century, promoting nursing as an ideal profession for middle class women.
The state of the Jews of what would later become southern Russia created a favorable field for mystical movements and religious sectarianism, which spread in the area from the middle of the 18th to the middle of the 19th century.
In the middle of the 19th centurya time of change, as Emperor Napoleon III rebuilt Paris and waged war — the Académie des Beaux-Arts dominated French art.
Musical Impressionism is the name given to a movement in European classical music that arose in the late 19th century and continued into the middle of the 20th century.
In the middle of the 19th century, many intellectuals joined the Scandinavist movement, which promoted closer contacts between the three countries.
Union organizing would eventually be outlawed everywhere and remain so until the middle of the 19th century.
In the middle of the 19th century, medical writers attempted to establish ways to identify male homosexuality, which was considered a significant social problem in most Western societies.

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But in the middle of the last century an island woman named `` Karipo '' seized a spear in the heat of an inter-tribal battle and rallied the women after their men had fled.
All western Europe would hear and listen to him in this same vein about the middle of the century.
In the middle of the century, with a circulation of 90,000, the Post was one of the most popular weeklies in the country.
The Kingdom of Pontus was independent from the 3rd century BC, until the middle of the 1st century BC.
* Atlas Press ( tool company ) of Kalamazoo, Michigan, the largest supplier of machine tools to the hobbyist market in the middle of the 20th century
: Hippias ( middle of the 5th century BC )
The most prominent feature of emission and absorption spectra ( known experimentally since the middle of the 19 < sup > th </ sup > century ), was that these atomic spectra contained discrete lines.
The modern history of Abensberg, which is often incorrectly compared with that of the 3rd century Roman castra ( military outpost ) of Abusina, begins with Gebhard, who was the first to mention Abensberg as a town, in the middle of the 12th century.
His chief work is a Historia Francorum, or Libri v de Gestis Francorum, which deals with the history of the Franks from the earliest times to 653, and was continued by other writers until the middle of the twelfth century.
( 16th century BC ) refers to it is improbable ; but we seem to be justified in holding Anah to be the town " in the middle of the Euphrates " opposite ( ina put ) to which
" Townsend, turning to the sources behind the pseudo-Clementine writings, argues that the middle of the 2nd century is the terminus ad quem for the final composition.
In 1893, Sir W. M. Ramsay in The Church in the Roman Empire held that the Codex Bezae ( the Western text ) rested on a recension made in Asia Minor ( somewhere between Ephesus and southern Galatia ), not later than about the middle of the 2nd century.
The Islamic Golden Age was inaugurated by the middle of the 8th century by the ascension of the Abbasid Caliphate and the transfer of the capital from Damascus to the newly founded city Baghdad.
The earliest known Christian image of an angel, in the Cubicolo dell ' Annunziazione in the Catacomb of Priscilla, which is dated to the middle of the third century, is without wings.
Church, Ministry and Sacraments in the New Testament Paternoster Press: 1993, p. 95 </ ref > Jalland comes to a similar conclusion and locates the change from the " polyepiscopacy " of the house churches in Rome to monepiscopacy as occurring before the middle of the second century.
A Carillon was installed in the tower in the middle of the 20th century, the bells for which were provided by the centuries-old bell manufacturers of Aarau.
The town seems to have declined in importance after the middle of the 4th century BC.
The Islamic conquest of Afghanistan ( 642 – 870 ) began in the middle of the 7th century after the Islamic conquest of Persia was completed, when Arab Muslims defeated the Sassanid Empire at the battles of Walaja, al-Qādisiyyah and Nahavand.
The earliest known owner of the Beowulf manuscript is the 16th-century scholar Laurence Nowell, after whom the manuscript is named, though its official designation is British Library, Cotton Vitellius A. XV because it was one of Robert Bruce Cotton's holdings in the Cotton Library in the middle of the 17th century.

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