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HISTORY OF IDEAS - Manners (14:45)

HISTORY OF IDEAS - Manners (14:45)

Responses to Mental Illness in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Normandy - Medievalists.net

Possibly century based on fit of dress. I'm fairly certain these are Cistercian nuns based on their habits.

HISTORY OF IDEAS - Romanticism - YouTube

HISTORY OF IDEAS - Romanticism was the absolute opposite of the Enlightenment (which happened at the same time--at one point). The Enlightenment wanted absolute fact. Romanticism wanted whimsical, romantic simplicity,

HISTORY OF IDEAS - on Love (School of Life - Alain de Botton) -- 15 min video

Many schools of thought, belief systems and different ideals have come and gone throughout history, but some live on to this day. View this interactive guide.

HISTORY OF IDEAS - Monasticism | Not many people take off to go and live in monasteries nowadays, but the institution of monasticism has much to teach the modern world, which perhaps places rather too much emphasis on the idea of living in couples.

Not many people take off to go and live in monasteries nowadays, but the institution of monasticism has much to teach the modern world, which perhaps places .

Medicine Through Time GCSE History - YouTube- Before Antiseptics

This video is for all who are studying the WJEC Medicine Through Time course for GCSE History. NOTICE: I do NOT own the images featured in this video.

It’s only very recently in history that we’ve been able to buy more than the bare necessities. Can the history of consumption guide us to a wiser future? If ...

It’s only very recently in history that we’ve been able to buy more than the bare necessities. Can the history of consumption guide us to a wiser future?

12 Common History Myths, Debunked. These will really make you think.

12 Common History Myths, Debunked

HISTORY OF IDEAS: The Renaissance | The Renaissance is a historical period with some important lessons to teach us about how to improve the world today. We need to study it not for its own sake, but for the sake of our collective futures.

Fascinating and beautifully animated clip about the purpose of art in the Renaissance. Highly recommended background for The Tempest. This clip was written and narrated by Alain de Botton, author of The Art of Travel (Module C).

These are the mugshots of William West and William West, and they are not related. They were both sent to Leavenworth Prison at the same time, in 1903, and after some confusion, the staff understood they had two different prisoners with the exact same name, who looked exactly alike. They are part of the reason fingerprints are now used as identification.

In 1903 these two men had the same name, were sentenced to the same prison and looked exactly like twins, though they were not related. They in fact are the reason that fingerprints are now used when investigating crime.

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