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There have been massive developments in intellectual and cultural life. They have affected some regions in some ways. These events mostly focus and challenge our society helping to shape and mold the definition of what it means for one to be an American or to live the American dream. Golden Age refers to a period in a field of endeavor when great tasks were accomplished. The term golden age has its origin from Greeks and Roman poets who had used it to refer to a time when humanity lived in a better time, and it was very pure. The term originated from the ancient Greek Philosopher Hesiod, who has since introduced his work and days as the period where there lived the Golden race of man. This is the age where humanity was created directly by the Olympian gods. This term has been a metaphoric element[Joa15]. A golden age in a region that I have studied is the Ancient Egypt. This region has experienced several Golden Ages that includes the Fourth Dynasty. The Dynasty lasted from
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