It is said that Tibet is the top of the world. Tibets longitude and latitude
is 32N, 90E. Tibet is actually part of China. North of Tibet is Mongolia.
East of Tibet is a section of China where it is over populated. To the
south lies Bhutan and west
Third World Countries
In the Asian, African and Latin American countries, well over 500 million people are
living in what the World Bank has called "absolute poverty". It sounds sad and miserable, but
that is why living in a third- world country would be
The Tomb of King Gilgamesh
Archaeologists in Iraq, think they have
found the lost tomb of King Gilgamesh. The
tomb that they found looks very similar to the
tomb described in the epic. Also, Babylon
houses, field structures, and garden structures
Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt are alike in many ways. Ancient Egypt and
Mesopotamia both were polytheistic. Ancient Egypt worshiped many gods and goddesses. The
most valued Egyptian god was named Re. Re was thought to be the sun god by Egyptians.
Rooms/Parts of a Standard Castle: Armory, Dungeon, Kitchen, Master Bedchamber, Great Hall, Chapel, Stable,
Throne Room, Keep, Moat, Drawbridge, Portcullis, Wardrobe and Servant Quarters.
The chapel was used by all members of the
Chapter 30 and 31 Focus Questions
1. The cold war was caused by misinterpretations on both the U.S. side and the
Communist party. Americans feared that communism would rise significantly in the
west as it had in the east. In order to avoid the
World History Notes French Revolution
World History Notes New Imperialism
World History 1848 Revolutions and Transformations
World History Notes Industrialization
CH. 3: Canada Regime
It is stipulated that Canada is to have a Constitution similar in Principle to that of the
Emergence of Responsible Government
The British regime evolved through a number of different forms.
CH. 5: The Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms
What is a Charter of Rights?
CA 1982: Canada acquired a constitutionally entrenched charter of rights.
Charter of Rights: device that prevents democratic majorities from violating the
CH. 4: Federalism
What is Federalism?
Unitary vs. federal government
o Unitary: all sovereign authority of the nation resides in one governing
body: the national government.
o Federal: division between two levels of government: state & national.