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Forest Glass. History-4-lesson 44

The glass was uniformly produced, people valued it as beauty, and it was highly used for table wear. When the Roman Empire collapsed, the people left the city, they spread out, and moved closer to water supplies. Well maybe they can make glass at their new city's? But when they left their city, they didn't …

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I have learned about 32 different inventions. Which one has been my favorite so far, and why?| History4-lesson 40

Horse Collars: before horse collars they use to use cows and buffalos, were trained to pull heavy things like carts and wagons. Horses were used but the yoke was not appropriate for the horses, but even though the horses were used, they get tired and did not do as much work as buffalos and cows …

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Why were the Christian monks able to help preserve and restore civilization after the Roman Empire collapsed? What were some of the inventions they used to do so, and how did they work?|History4-lesson20

The monks had a motto, "ora et labora" (pray and work). The monks preserved civilisation by being industrious and teaching folk in many countries how to cultivate land, breed cattle and horses, the brewing of beer and the raising of bees and fruit. In Sweden they taught folks the corn trade, in Parma it was …

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What are some ways that new military inventions shape the outcome of a war, and why?|history4-lesson10

Barbed wire was invented in the late 19th century, as a mean to contain cattle in the American West. It was later used in concentration camps and in World War 1. The soldiers use to hide behind the barbed wire fence so the other soldiers could not climb over to kill them. The Caterpillar Tractor …

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