From ricky rosenthal mansa musas pilgrimage e reading

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representatives of the Catholic Church, events might have transpired quite differently.” From Ricky Rosenthal, “Mansa Musa’s Pilgrimage,” E-reading “The bazaars of Cairo could not be quieted- the least bit of gossip sprints from market to market still in record time under any condition. There was no doubt about it, something extraordinary had captured the attention of the great city which served as an important caravan terminus.” From Lynda Norene Schaffer, “Southernization,” WoH #92 “Westernization refers to certain developments that first occurred in western Europe. Those developments changed Europe and eventually spread to other places and changed them as well. In the same way, southernization changed Southern Asia and later spread to other areas, which then underwent a process of change.” From L.R. Lewetter, “Peter the Great and the Modern World,” E-reading “The fresh start was marked in Moscow by the celebration of a liturgy, a display of fireworks, illuminations, triumphal arches and a three-gun salute. Peter I had slammed the door on Muscovy and entered a new age. But the ground before him already looked arid.”
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From Bernal Díaz, The Conquest of New Spain , WoH #6 (#99 in blue version) “Then he very carefully expounded the creation of the world, how we are all brothers, the children of one mother and father called Adam and Eve; and how such a brother as our great Emperor, grieving for the perdition of so many souls as their idols were leading to hell, where they burnt in living flame, had sent us to tell him this, so that he might put a stop to it, and so that they might give up the worship of idols and make no more human sacrifices - for all men are brothers - and commit no more robbery or sodomy.”
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