Early-modern sentence examples

  • The book may be regarded as a general view of early modern history, preparatory to the more detailed treatment of special lines of inquiry carried out in his subsequent works, although Hallam's original intention was to continue the work on the scale on which it had been begun.

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  • The discovery of sandalwood in Fiji in 1804, and the establishment of a trade therein, made that group a centre of interest in the early modern history of the Pacific islands.

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  • The early modern missions were all Protestant.

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  • The language started to have adjective comparison in late middle, early modern and modern English.

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  • The last word goes to Marta Straznicky, who provides a brief afterword that teachers of early modern texts will want to read.

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  • Several recent scholars of early modern cartography have noted the close association of maps with the studies in which writers imagine them being consumed.

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  • copperas manufacture was wholly unlike the traditional, small-scale chemical industries of the medieval and early modern period such as brewing and baking.

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  • Indeed, Anglicans prided themselves on their ability to steer a safe course between the perilous rocks of early modern theological disputation.

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  • Moreover, as we know, the plague epidemics of early modern London did not hit all areas of the capital with equal force.

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  • Articles from later issues include: ' Why are you studying history ' and ' Feminist historiography of Early Modern Women ' .

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  • His more general research interests include metaphysics, the philosophy of mind and Early Modern Philosophy, especially Descartes and Locke.

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  • plague epidemics of early modern London did not hit all areas of the capital with equal force.

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  • Platonism in early modern philosophy.

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  • The critical focus on issues of early modern selfhood, subjectivity, and identity is uncannily connected to our professional stature and identity.

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  • The main upshot of the conference contributions was the seminal and pervasive role of Platonism in early modern philosophy.

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  • Was early modern utopianism a means of transcending the confessional conflict with which early modern Europe was riven?

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  • How did the early modern period imagine and represent physical virginity and the transition to sexual maturity?

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  • witchcraft accusations in Scotland in the early modern period.

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  • In total the collection boasts some 4,000 records - the total known number of witchcraft accusations in Scotland in the early modern period.

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