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Anglo-Saxon Settlement In England : This 11 page paper examines the Anglo-Saxon settlement in England -- why they moved there, their subsequent society and culture. Particular emphasis is paid to medieval literature and its reflection of the Anglo-Saxons. Bibliography lists 8+ sources. Anglosax.wps

Francis I : 5 page biography and general discussion of England's Francis I (16th century). Good for those studying Western Civilization; Keyword Western Civ. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Frances.wps

Frederick II : Brief 4 page biographical overview of Frederick II- the eighteenth century English monarch. Paper outlines his life, times, and political activities. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Fredrick.wps

The Life of Henry VIII : A short, 5 page overview and discussion of King Henry VIII's life, career, and many marriages. No Bibliography available. HenryVII.wps

The Wives of Henry VIII : A 9 page paper tracing the six marriages of Henry VIII. Discusses points of Henry's wives, what prompted him to marry so many times, and what type of person he was. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Hen8.wps

Henry VIII's Wives, a Comparison : 6 pages in length. This paper discusses and compares two of King Henry VIII's six wives and their very different fates at the hand of their husband. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Henry.wps, Henwives.wps

Book Review / "Bloody Mary" -- Queen of England : Mary I has come down in history with the unpleasant name of "Bloody Mary" because of the religious persecutions of her reign. This 7 page paper reviews W.F.M. Prescott's book entitled "Mary Tudor" -- a text which goes into considerable detail about the Queen's terrifying reign. No other sources are cited. Quenmary.wps

Queen Elizabeth I / Her Life and Contributions : An 8 page paper discussing the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth I to England. Bibliography lists six sources. Queene.wps

Queen Elizabeth I and Oliver Cromwell : Both English leaders are compared and contrasted in this 6 page analysis which focuses on biographies of these famous subjects. Queen Elizabeth I by John E. Neale and Oliver Cromwell by Peter Gaunt are discussed in depth. No additional sources are cited. Elizcrom.wps

Oliver Cromwell And The English Civil War : 25 pages in length. The English Civil War was waged for several reasons, none of which are atypical to the origin of most every war in history. Power, greed and fear are the primary instigators that propel people and countries into the ravages of battle, often never solving the problem that threw them into war in the first place. Oliver Cromwell and the Roundheads’ participation were instrumental in the English Civil War, establishing a quest for revenge in exchange for the years of oppression they suffered. Indeed, the Roundheads, under Cromwell’s rule, were a strong force to be reckoned with; it was as a direct result of their moral commitment to battle that they came to be known as an incredible fighting force. The writer discusses the causes of the English Civil War, as well as focuses upon Cromwell and the Roundheads. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Ocromwel.wps

World Exploration During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth I : A 7 page overview of English exploration of the world during the late sixteenth century. Gives a brief description of political unrest in England during this time period. Emphasizes the voyages of Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Francis Drake. Describes the difficulties early explorers and colonists faced in the "New World." Bibliography lists six sources. Worldex.wps

King Canute : 10 pages in length. After a century as Danish plunder of England, Canute came to the throne. He was also the king of Denmark and Sweden but held a special fondness for England. His reign was peaceful and prosperous for England. Canute’s life and work are discussed. Bibliography included. Canute.wps

King John and the Magna Carta / Historical Perspective Can Vary : A 5 page overview of King John of England. Presents the perspective that the societal wrongs typically associated with King John were really in existence prior to his gaining the throne and that the Magna Carta’s original provisions were designed to protect England’s rich, not her common citizens. Bibliography lists four sources. Johnking.wps

Blaming Kings James I & Charles I For The English Civil War : This 5 page essay discussed the extent to which kings James and Charles can be blamed for the Civil War. It discusses the Religious tensions at the time- between the Catholics and the Anglicans and the Puritans. Also mentioned: the Court of the Star Chamber and the Archbishop of Laud. Kingj.wps

English Feudalism : A 6 page paper discussing English feudalism under two kings: Edward the Confessor, and William the Conqueror. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Engfued.wps

Feudalism, The Norman Conquest, & 11th Century English Politics : In this 9 page paper, the writer is concerned with whether or not Feudalism imposed by the 11th century Norman Conquest truly had an impact on politics in England. Issues of ownership, social class, and much more are examined to reach the ultimate conclusion that the impact of Feudalism was a positive one indeed. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Normancq.wps

How the Urban Revolution Of The 11th Century Eroded The Feudal System : This 5 page paper examines the impact of urbanization on the established system of feudalism in the Middle Ages. The Magna Carta, the growth of cities, the centralization of governmental power all led toward the ultimate collapse of feudalism. Bibliography lists six sources. Urbrev.wps

The Differences Between Feudalism Before and After the Norman Conquest : This 8 page paper reviews how feudalism evolved from its original application after the Norman Conquest and the rule of William I. Bibliography lists five sources. Diffno.wps

Medieval Feudalism : A 6 page research paper exploring the elements of medieval feudalism in England. Descriptions of what constituted medieval feudalism, reason for wars, status of women and the decline of the feudal system are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 references. Feud.wps

Nobility & Peasantry in Medieval Times : A 5 page comparison and contrast of the lives of peasants and nobles during medieval times in Europe. Without even delving deeply, this is a subject which obviously contains far more contrasts than comparisons, especially in comparing to the differences between the elite and the commoner today. The nobles of medieval times were less involved with any form of rigid work or quest for mere survival, which contrasts highly with the lives of the peasants who were continuously concerned with their survival, and the survival of their families and friends. This is but one of the many issues addressed herein. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Meditime.wps

The Magna Carta & The Constitution : A 5 page essay which compares the English document with the American Constitution. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Magnacar.wps

Stonehenge : A 1 page essay on the architectural construction of Stonehenge; a mystical European creation from the New Kingdom Temple- era. Bibliography lists 1 source. Stonehnge.wps *TOTAL FOR THIS ESSAY ONLY $ 9.95 !

Stonehenge Temples in England : The writer of this 14 page research paper provides an informative informative view on the Stonehenge Temples in England. The description of Stonehenge is inclued, as well as the theories on how this monument came to be. Bibliography included. Stoneh.wps

England’s Civil War / The Roundhead Rebellion : This 11 page report summarizes the history of the English Civil War during the period of 1642-1651. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Roundhea.wps

The Foundation Beneath English Relief For The Poor : An 11 page research paper examining poverty and its growth during the reign of Elizabeth I. England’s population nearly doubled during the period between 1520 and 1620. Coupled with an estimated 40% inflation with no appreciable rise in wages, those on the fringe lost living standard ground and their numbers increased dramatically. The first attempts at poor relief were made during Henry VIII’s reign, but the first real strides were gained during the time of Elizabeth I. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Poor2.wps

Life in Elizabethan England Analyzed : This 6 page research paper describes the life of a typical member of Elizabethan society. Specifically discussed are Elizabethan work, play, food, drink, fashions, hairstyles and amusements. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Elizeng.wps

English History Essays : 8+ page worth of essays pertaining to English history. Topics include William the Conqueror, Henry II, Thomas Becket, The Magna Carta, The Hundred Years' War, and the Wars of the Roses. Bibliography lists 6 primary and secondary references. Enghisty.wps

Thomas A Becket : 5 pages in length. Just as fascinating as the mystery that surrounds his murder is the whereabouts of Thomas A Becket's bones. The English saint's death was considered so dramatic that its historical value has withheld the test of time, as well as inspired countless poems, novels, plays and films. Unraveling the mystery around Becket's death is a quest that has been ongoing since the very time of his demise; such intensity has come full circle in that researchers and historians alike are still at a loss as to the ultimate resting place of the dead man's bones. The writer discusses the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Thomas A Becket's bones. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Tbecket.wps

French and English Colonization : A 6 page paper discussing the affects of French and English colonization from the 1500’s to present day and the benefits derived from it. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Frenenc.wps

The Governments Of France & England : A 6 page paper discussing the rise of France and England in power after the end of the Crusades. Analyzes the feudal and aristocratic systems of government in each country and draws comparisons to the present-day US. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Freneng.wps

12th Century Renaissance & Intellect : A 5 page paper discussing the cause of the intellectual changes that occurred during the renaissance period in Europe. Many people have stated that the cause of these changes was due to the education and knowledge available through the monasteries of that time, but the monasteries were limited to the texts they contained. Their exposure to the world outside of Europe was very limited. The idea that the Crusades changed the intellectual face of the Europeans is the argument given. Bibliography lists 1 source. 12cenren.wps

How The Crusades Influenced A Cultural Change In Art and Literature : 15 pages in length. The Crusades were highly influential with regard to the cultural changes in art and literature. Their contributions are noted in any number of ways, which are easily detected merely by interpreting the number of literary works and artistic designs that were prevalent during that period. There existed a certain political correctness that was associated with the manner in which the crusades influenced -- and even represented -- the art and literature that followed their lead. The writer discusses how the Crusades afforded a considerably elevated level of civilized culture as it pertained to artistic and literary styles. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Crusade1.wps

The Role Of Private Property According To Karl Marx & John Locke : A 5 page paper discussing the different attitudes Marx and Locke had regarding the issue of private property. Bibliography lists three sources. KarlJohn.doc

John Locke’s "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding" / Ideas : A 4 page essay discussing John Locke’s perceptions and philosophy regarding human ideas as the primary and the difference to ideas of the secondary qualities. No additional sources cited. Ideas.wps

The Social Effects of the Glorious Revolution : A 9 page research paper on William III's accession to the throne of England and its affect on the various social classes in England. The writer details religious toleration, the standing army, the Restoration settlement, freedom of thought and speech, and other issues which resulted from the 1688 Revolution. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Glorrevo.wps

Glorious Revolution : A 5 page research paper that examines the bloodless revolt of 1688-89, referred to as the "Glorious Revolution," the competing political factions of the country, the Whigs and the Tories, united to dispose James II and in favor his daughter Mary and her husband, William, Stadtholder of the Netherlands. While this extraordinary chain of events may seem out of context with the century of stability and security that followed, it really was not. As William B. Willcox, of Yale University, has pointed out, it was James II who was the revolutionary and not the insurrectionists. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Revglory.wps

Political Effects of the "Glorious Revolution" on Colonial America Analyzed : A 5 page paper which examines the ideas which emerged as a result of Great Britain’s Glorious Revolution of 1688, and the changes which resulted in the political and legal institutions of colonial America. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Gloryrev.wps

The Puritan Revolution vs.The Bloodless (Glorious) Revolution : A 9 page paper that discusses the similarities between these two events in British history. The basic premise for both of these acts of insurrection against the reigning monarchy developed from dissatisfaction in the religious status of the Parliament and the monarchy and dissent between the two. Though the players were different in both of these actions, the basis was in similar disputes over religion, and the political and social ramifications of these differences. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Puritanbl.wps English revolution, Glorious revolution

Glorious Revolution : A 5 page research paper that examines the bloodless revolt of 1688-89, referred to as the "Glorious Revolution," the competing political factions of the country, the Whigs and the Tories, united to dispose James II and in favor his daughter Mary and her husband, William, Stadtholder of the Netherlands. While this extraordinary chain of events may seem out of context with the century of stability and security that followed, it really was not. As William B. Willcox, of Yale University, has pointed out, it was James II who was the revolutionary and not the insurrectionists. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Revglory.wps

Neoclassicism & The Development Of The Asylum : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the history of England as it reflects the neoclassism of the 17th and 18th centuries and correlates this to the development of England's earliest asylum. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Neoasyl.wps

The Story Of Abelard's Adversities : This 5 page essay explores several aspects of an excerpt from Abelard's autobiography, focusing on the character of the author with quotations to substantiate the writer's opinions. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Abelard2.wps

The Influence of Charlemagne : A 6 page paper giving an overview of Charles the Great’s influence in France. He was also known as Charlemagne. He was considered one of the greatest leaders in history. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Charlem.wps

The Empire of Charlemagne vs. The Roman Empire : This 6 page essay compares the effect of Charlemagne’s Empire with that of the Roman Empire. Each was the undisputed ruler of its peoples with a passion for both the cultural and the political. Bibliography lists four sources. Charl.wps

Charlemagne According to Einhard : A 9 page essay on Einhard’s history of Charlemagne and its significance to the world today. The writer explores the military, religious, civic and personal life of Charlemagne, his expansion of France, and his relationships with others during his time. The writer also explores the reasons behind the current interest in Charlemagne, and posits that those reasons include historical preservation, religious history, and relationship to the current political situation in Europe. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cnchrlmg.wps

Fall of the Roman Empire : Rome was a major power because it always made certain its own military prowess was preeminent. There have been many ideas presented as to the fall of the Roman Empire. Many believe that Rome declined morally and the violence and decadence of the societal norms led to the demise. Gibbons has been credited with the theory of the influence and transference of Christianity over the Roman system of Gods and Goddesses that perpetrated the fall. Another theory lays the blame at the feet of the Emperor, that the happiness of the people and the functioning of the government was directly correlated with the personal merit and management skills of the reigning authority. This 10 page paper argues that the imperialistic tendencies of Rome over time and the pre-eminence of military expansionism in the latter stages, was the deciding feature of the "fall". Bibliography lists 7 sources. Romefall.wps

Louis the Pious : A 5 page essay on Charlemagne’s only legitimate son. The writer posits that although Louis was a weak governor in many ways, which resulted in his failure to unite Germany, he instilled within all of the Germanic tribes the desire for study. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Luispios.wps

Eleanor Of Aquitaine : An 8 page biographical essay about one of the Middle Ages most dynamic women. Queen of Henry II, mother of Richard the Lion Hearted, she was one of history’s most remarkable women. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Aquitain.wps

Isabella, She-Wolf of France : An 8 page essay on the Queen consort of Edward II who, partially in retaliation for his homosexual affairs, led a successful rebellion against him. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Isabella.wps

Joan of Arc : A 5 page research paper on the life and legacy of Joan of Arc. The writer describes the Saint's early life, her visions, the major cities she visited, her captivity, trial and execution. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Joanofar.wps

Marina Warner’s "Joan of Arc:The Image of Female Heroism" : This 8 page paper considers the biographical context of Marina Warner’s view of the life of Joan of Ark and reflects the assessment, placement in history, the use of primary and secondary sources, the analysis of historical information and the biographers own perspective as they impact the readers view of Joan of Arc. No additional sources cited. Joanwarn.wps

Marina Warner’s Joan of Arc : The Image of Female Heroism : This 8 page paper considers the biographical context of Marina Warner’s view of the life of Joan of Ark and reflects the assessment, placement in history, the use of primary and secondary sources, the analysis of historical information and the biographers own perspective as they impact the readers view of Joan of Arc. No additional sources cited. Joanarc.wps

Louis XIV & The Edict Of Nantes : A 5 page essay on the French Sun King and his relationship with the Catholic Church and the Protestants within his kingdom. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Ednantes.wps

The Influence Of Louis XIV On French Nobility : A 4 page research paper which examines how Louis XIV as an absolute monarch manipulated and controlled court life and the French nobility. The writer includes references to contemporary writings of the time, specifically "Tartuffe" by Moliere and the letters of Madame de Sevigne. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Infl14.wps

Monks in Medieval France / Vows Of Chastity ? : 6 pages in length. Medieval monks.. did they adhere to their vows of chastity, poverty, obedience, and sometimes silence? Research suggests not. Evidence points to excesses in physical pleasures, especially in the realms of sex and food. The sometimes perverted sexual habits of some of the monks has been passed down through anecdotal records. Bibliography included. Monks.wps

Peter Abelard and Cicero / Perceptions of Morality and the Nature of Man : Peter Abelard, 12th century French clergy whose affair with Heloise resulted in his castration, and Cicero, statesman and orator, shared a common belief in the conflict that exists between man’s pursuit of self-interest and his duty to his community. This 5 page paper reflects on the nature of man and of mankind and their link in defining moral beliefs and their application. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Cicerog.wps

Marco Polo : In 5 pages, the author discusses the life and contributions of Marco Polo. He was one of the greatest explorers of all times. Marco Polo gave Europeans a glimpse of the exotic Orient. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Marcpolo.wps

High Medieval Neoplatonism : 4 pages in which Neoplatonism is defined, compared to today's New Age Movement, and discussed in terms of the move during the beginnings of the Italian Renaissance away from Aristotelian philosophy and toward that of Plato. Discusses the debate between Islamic philosophers Avicenna and al-Ghazali, and the resistance of Catholic leaders to accept the doctrine when at the same time they were relying on some of its tenets. Icon.wps

Christian Iconography & Medieval Burial Rites : A 14 page paper discussing the influence of Christian symbolism and iconography in the Middle Ages. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Icon.doc

The History Of The Italian Mafia : A 20 page paper discussing the history of the Italian Mafia from the ninth century to the present time. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Mafia.wps

The Role Of Women & Non-Elites In Renaissance Italy : A 5 page paper that considers the role of women and non-elites in Renaissance Italy and outlines the elements of the Italian court. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Italian.renaissance.doc

Humanism / Italian Renaissance & Northern Humanism : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the differentiation between Italian and Northern humanism, and considers the role of men like Erasmus of Rotterdam. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Humanism.north.doc

Humanism & The Italian Renaissance / Development Of Late Medieval : A 5 page paper that provides and overview of humanism during the Italian Renaissnace and considers the impacts on social constructs, religion and medieval thought. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Humitaly.wps

Corruption in the Roman Catholic Church During the Middle Ages : A well-written 8 page paper detailing the political corruptions of the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages as well as some of its causes and effects. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Chriscor.wps

The "Holy Church of Rome" - High Middle Ages Thru The 17th Century : A 5 page paper relating to questions surrounding the development and attitudes of the Christian church in the evermore sophisticated world. No bibliography. Jesush.wps

The Renaissance & Catholic Reform : This 7 page paper discusses the how the European Renaissance was responsible for the Protestantism of Calvinism and Lutheranism and reform within the Catholic Church. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Renreli.wps

Venerabilem Fratrem Nostrum : A 12 page paper discussing the papal bull, or letter, written by Pope Innocent III in the year 1202. A section discussing the life and times of Pope Innocent III is discussed. This is followed by a section which thoroughly discusses and illustrates the letter itself and the situation in which the letter revolved around. The paper finishes with a discussion about the influences and effects the letter has had on the Catholic church as well as the rest of the world. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Papalb.wps

City Planning In Renaissance Italy : A 12 page research paper that analyzes the role of the Renaissance in Italian architecture and city planning, focusing on the cities of Venice, Florence, and Rome. The writer postulates that the Renaissance style of simplicity and symmetry, along with each city’s geography, particularly influenced the development of neighborhoods and communities. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Renitaly.wps

The Thirteenth Century In Italy : 4 pages in length. Essay analytically discusses socio-political and socio-political problems in 13th century Italy. Social classes and gender roles are touched upon. Bibliography lists 2 sources. 13thcent.wps

Italian Music & Its Development Over a Thousand Years : An 8 page discussion of Italian music and its key works & figures during various times ranging from the Middle Ages through the Baroque, Renaissance, and 19th & 20th century periods. Many key composers and the significance of their historic contributions are discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Italmusi.wps

Machiavelli, Erasmus, and Pico della Mirandola On Human Nature : A 7 page paper that compares three Italian humanists and their perspectives on human nature. This paper demonstrates the way in which the independent perspectives of these three authors, though all based in ancient philosophy, create different concepts of the origin of human nature. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Three.wps

Machiavelli’s "The Prince" : This 5 page paper discusses The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli. Examples of Machiavellian monarchies are noted as the writer interprets the political meaning of Machiavelli’s writing. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Prince.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince"/ Gaining Esteem : 7 pages in length. An analytical examination of this classic work in political theory. The writer pays particular attention to Chapter XXI in which Machiavelli discusses how The Prince will gain great esteem if he engages successfully in important enterprises. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Machiav2.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Concept Of Leadership : A 9 page paper that provides an overview of the basic leadership concepts supported in Machiavelli's The Prince, and then suggest comparisons with leaders of recent times. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Machi.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Virtue : A 5 page essay exploring the virtues and vices of Machiavelli's story. The writer argues that the critics of his work that proclaim his evil are not looking at the big picture, but only its outcome. Arguments: Machiavelli's purpose in writing the document and where he places emphasis in the document and how this is ignored by critics. Bibliography lists 4 sources. (The Prince primarily). Princem.wps

Machiavelli's "The Prince" / Perfect Ruler : A 5 page paper that considers the elements of rulership presented in Machiavelli's The Prince and demonstrates the contradictions between what a ruler should present and what a ruler should embrace. No additional sources cited. Machperf.wps

Principles From Machiavelli’s "The Prince" / Applied To The French Revolution : A 6 page essay that uses looks to Machiavelli’s book for the a further understanding of the events of the Revolution. Prinfren.wps

Political Leadership According to Plato and Machiavelli : A 5 page paper discussing bot the similarities and differences between Plato and Machiavelli’s views of political leadership. Bibliography lists "The Prince" by Machiavelli and "The Republic" by Plato as sources. Plrpine.wps

Machiavelli vs. Plato : 8 pages in length. A light comparison between Machiavelli's "The Prince" and Plato's "Republic." The writer examines each of the author's respective eras, backgrounds, and influences before making determinations about the political similarities and differences between their two infamous works. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Michiave.wps

Machiavelli’s Influence in Shakespeare’s Henry VI : A 20 page paper looking at the way sixteenth-century Florentine politician Niccolo Machiavelli influenced Shakespeare’s characterization of the inept ruler in his three Henry VI plays (parts I, II, and III.) The paper shows areas in which Shakespeare’s idea of "statesmanship" resembled Machiavelli’s, as well as where it differed. Bibliography lists six sources. Henrymach.wps

DaVinci's "Mona Lisa" : A 4 page research paper on DaVinci's infamous painting "Mona Lisa" in which the writer presents their own opinion of the work and then complements it with in-depth historical analysis and factual information about the artist, the model, and even the work's original name. From an artistic perspective, the materials and methods used to paint the Mona Lisa are described as being genuinely representative of DaVinci's era. Monalisa.wps

Nicola Vincentino: His Life, Times & Works: A 9 page research paper on the life and work of the 16th century composer. The writer details the context of his life and work in regard to the music of the time, his harmonic theories, and his published works. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Vincenti.wps

 

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