The Medici was a family looking for power and his business was a small bank and would also make wool .Medici helped cocas a pirate get to become pope and cocas remembered his friends and wanted a bank he could trust. their wealth and power came from gambling and believing in Brunelleschi. Cosmo let the rival family rule until they ran out of money. after they ran out the people begged him to rule the city. The Medici's gambling proved to bring them into power. Filippo Brunelleschi was a genius who had a bad temper and was obsessed about the ancient world. Brunelleschi made a diagram for an orphanage that used ancient architecture that no one had seen before and would spark a architectural revolution. He also would create a diagram for the dome that needed to be built. He would even give the workers wine and tell them to eat their lunch on the dome so they wouldn't be exhausted from going up and down the three hundred and fifty stairs. Cosmo de Medici was a patron of the arts because when people looked at art they would think of Cosmo de Medici. Cosmo treated his artists with respect and let them do whatever they wanted in their own time as long as they get the work done. Cosmo realized that making his artists happy would be better than forcing them to make art. The artists needed his patronage so that they could be famous. The city of Florence in 1400 had a building that just didn't have a dome on it. it was also a time when a pirate could become the pope. Florence…
your oral report, make sure that you (the presenter) list and/or explain five (5) items that you believe could show up on a quiz or test, or AP Exam. You, the audience member, will need to keep these five items in your class notebook at the proper place (based on time period or subject). I will ask questions from these sheets on quizzes (regular or bonus questions). These sheets are also to refresh your memory as you prepare for the AP US Exam.
3. Make sure that you have an extra copy of your…
Defamation in Los Angeles, Josh received the most iconic award ever.
Hutcherson may have played the role of a son to two lesbian mothers in the film, "The Kids are All Right," but it didn't take much of convincing for Josh to play the part genuinely. In real life, Josh was raised by a mother who had long been a supporter of gay and lesbian rights.
"My mom has always been a big advocate, especially in the gay, lesbian, transsexual and bisexual community so for me it's always been a part of my soul," shared…
I love you. Those three little words mean so many different things to different people. But what is real love? Can anyone really define it? The definition of love is a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. That definition does not go in depth enough for the effects of love, for how love makes you feel or how it makes a person act. Real love is selfless, everlasting and blind. Real love does not gloat, it’s never proud and it will never end. Real love is blinding…
in land or more specifically the degree, quantity, nature, and extent of interest that a person has in real property.
Estates can be classified under several general headings:
1. Estate to use: ownership obtained by deed, will or possession. Ownership was often held for a future buyer and was often used to avoid a dower right.
2. Fee Simple: highest estate or absolute right in real property – essentially absolute ownership. Can be created where it terminates under certain conditions.…
The Real America
To me the real America can be found in the small towns and rural areas from coast to coast. Real America has nothing to do with wealth, success, or keeping up with those around you. It means that you have the ability to maximize your potential. I do not believe that real America has anything to do with mortgages, car payments, and 401 k’s, but more to do with how we treat each other. Real America means working together, building communities that take care of all the members…
Places are not merely the built environment, but total environment comprised of physical space, people, furnishings, machines, sensory attributes, actions and meanings.
Place is a location in space imbued with unique attributes that set it apart from other places.
Has objective attributes (size, ethnicity, income levels) and subjective attributes (big, exciting, or crime ridden).
Places are also collections of memories, your own and other peoples.
A café can become a welcome…
Comparison of Places Essay
Even though my bedroom and my living room are both under one roof, both are rooms that can be versatile, cozy, and inviting because they are spaces in my home where I have the freedom to create whatever atmosphere that I desire. For example, in my living area, I chose a light beige paint that is soothing and soft on the eyes to cover the walls. In my bedroom, the walls are dressed with an iced-gray…
Genre- In-class Writing
Exploration Of a Place With a Surprise Discovery
2012-2013 Miss Savannah State University, Tiffany Hallback held a community service beach cleanup at Tybee Island Beach. She provided transportation which was two small shutter busses. The students that participated had to email her out name and number if we wanted to go. We also had to sign a paper and roll so that she will know who and how many students was attending and riding the bus to and from Tybee Island…
Imaginary Over Real
“Lycidas” by John Milton and “The Garden” by Andrew Marvell are both poems
where the author questions the idea of the “imaginary” being superior to the “real” in life.
“Lycidas” is a religious poem that addresses the elegy of the author himself. The elegy
uses art as a symbol of the “imaginary”. Andrew Marvell in the work “The Garden”
conveys the value of symbolic colors, imaginary figures and their actual worth.
“For Lycidas is dead, dead ere his prime, young Lycidas, and…
Work in the real estate industry
Assignment 2 (TVET)
STUDENT NAME Daniel Skrzypek OTEN NUMBER N855096
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To successfully complete this assignment you must answer the following questions to demonstrate your knowledge. The assignment will be granted a result of “Competent” if the learning outcomes are achieved or “not yet competent”…