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    • Archaeological cultures

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    • History of ceramics

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    • Courtly love

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    • Cultural history

    • Cultural history combines the approaches of anthropology and history to look at popular cultural traditions and cultural interpretations of historical experience. It examines the records and narrative descriptions of past matter, encompassing the continuum of events (occurring in succession and leading from the past to ... Read »


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    • Captivity (animal)

    • Animals that live under human care are in captivity. Captivity can be used as a generalizing term to describe the keeping of either domesticated animals ( and pets) or wild animals. This may include, for example, farms, private homes, zoos and laboratories. Keeping animals in human captivity and under human care can th ... Read »


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    • History of the chair

    • The chair is of extreme antiquity and simplicity, although for many centuries and indeed for thousands of years it was an article of state and dignity rather than an article of ordinary use. “The chair” is still extensively used as the emblem of authority in the British House of Commons and in public meetings ... Read »


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    • Civilization

    • A civilization, or civilisation (see spelling differences), is any complex society characterized by urban development, social stratification, symbolic communication forms (typically, writing systems), and a perceived separation from and domination over the natural environment by a cultural elite. Civilizations are inti ... Read »


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    • Cuckoo clock in culture

    • The cuckoo clock, more than any other kind of timepiece, has often featured in literature, music, cinema, television, etc., in the Western culture, as a metaphor or allegory of innocence, childhood, old age, past, fun, mental disorder, etc. It has apparently been viewed more as a symbol or a toy -a folksy musical appar ... Read »


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    • Cultural and Social History

    • Cultural and Social History is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering cultural and social history published by Bloomsbury Journals on behalf of the Social History Society. It was established in 2004. The journal is abstracted and indexed in America: History of Life, Australian Research Council 2010 rankin ... Read »


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    • Cultural icon

    • A cultural icon is an artifact that is recognised by members of a culture or sub-culture as representing some aspect of cultural identity. Cultural icons vary widely, and may be visual, audio, an object, a person or group of people, etc. In the media, many items of popular culture have been called "iconic" despite the ... Read »


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    • Culture during the Cold War

    • The Cold War (1947–91) was reflected in culture through music, movies, books, television and other media, as well as sports and social beliefs and behavior. One major element of the Cold War was the threat of a nuclear war; another was espionage. Many works use the Cold War as a backdrop, or directly take part in ... Read »


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    • Eranos

    • Eranos is an intellectual discussion group dedicated to humanistic and religious studies, as well as to the natural sciences which has met annually in Moscia (Lago Maggiore), the Collegio Papio and on the Monte Verità in Ascona Switzerland since 1933. It has also been the name for a circle of scholars at Heidelberg ... Read »


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    • Global intellectual history

    • Global intellectual history is the history of thought in the world across the span of human history, from the invention of writing to the present. For information about the methodology of intellectual history, please see the relevant article. In recent years, historians such as C. A. Bayly have been calling for a glob ... Read »


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    • Historical marker

    • A historical marker or historic marker is an indicator such as a plaque or sign to commemorate an event or person of historic interest and to associate that point of interest with a specific locale one can visit. Historical markers are put on display by the owners of sites listed by national agencies concerned wit ... Read »


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    • Hyperdiffusionism in archaeology

    • Hyperdiffusionism is a hypothesis stating that one civilization or people is the creator of all logical and great things, which are then diffused to less civilized nations. Thus, all great civilizations that share similar cultural practices, such as construction of pyramids, are derived from the same single ancient nat ... Read »


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    • Insect collecting

    • Insect collecting refers to the collection of insects and other arthropods for scientific study or as a hobby. Because most insects are small and the majority cannot be identified without the examination of minute morphological characters, entomologists often make and maintain insect collections. Very large collections ... Read »


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    • Intellectual history

    • Intellectual history refers to the historiography of ideas and thinkers. This history cannot be considered without the knowledge of the men and women who created, discussed, wrote about, and in other ways were concerned with ideas. Intellectual history as practiced by historians is parallel to the history of philosophy ... Read »


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    • Jungfrauen

    • Jungfrauen, otherwise Jung's women, was a satyrical and scornful descriptive given by those on the outside to the supportive group of trainee women analysts (mainly based in Zurich) who were among Jung's first disciples. Some of them were early popularisers of his ideas. Even more unflattering were the terms maenads or ... Read »


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    • King of the Gypsies

    • The title King of the Gypsies has been claimed or given over the centuries to many different people. It is both culturally and geographically specific. It may be inherited, acquired by acclamation or action, or simply claimed. The extent of the power associated with the title varied; it might be limited to a small grou ... Read »


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    • History of knowledge

    • The history of knowledge is the field covering the accumulated and known human knowledge created or discovered during the history of the world and its historic forms, focus, accumulation, bearers, impacts, mediations, distribution, applications, societal contexts, conditions and methods of production. It is related to, ... Read »


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    • List of adoption dates of the Gregorian calendar per country

    • This is a list of adoption dates of the Gregorian calendar per country. For explanation, see the article about the Gregorian calendar. If not stated otherwise, it concearns the transition from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar by the civil authorities. In religious sources it could be, that the Julian calendar was ... Read »


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    • List of cultural icons of England

    • This list of cultural icons of England is a list of people and things from any period which are independently considered to be cultural icons characteristic of England. ... Read »


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    • List of cultural icons of Russia

    • This is a list of cultural icons of Russia. It contains the most important symbols of Russia, including its national symbols and symbols associated with various aspects of the Russian culture. Crafts and handicraft technics: Gzhel, Dymkovo toys, Imperial porcelain, Khokhloma, Matryoshka doll, Palekh miniature, Vol ... Read »


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    • Local history

    • Local history is the study of history in a geographically local context and it often concentrates on the local community. It incorporates cultural and social aspects of history. Historic plaques are one form of documentation of significant occurrences in the past and oral histories are another. Local history is often d ... Read »


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    • Menagerie

    • A menagerie is a collection of captive animals, frequently exotic, kept for display; or the place where such a collection is kept, a precursor to the modern zoological garden. The term was first used in seventeenth century France in reference to the management of household or domestic stock. Later, it came to be used p ... Read »


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    • History of mentalities

    • The history of mentalities is a calque of the French term histoire des mentalités, which might also be translated as "history of attitudes", "mindsets" or "world-views". The term describes a particular manner of doing history associated with the "critical turn" (tournant critique) of the latter generation of the Ann ... Read »


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    • New Mormon history

    • New Mormon history refers to a style of reporting the history of Mormonism by both Mormon and non-Mormon scholars which departs from earlier more polemical styles of history. Rather than presenting material selectively to either prove or disprove Mormonism, the focus of new Mormon history is to present history in a mor ... Read »


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    • Old World

    • The Old World consists of Africa, Europe, and Asia, regarded collectively as the part of the world known to Europeans before contact with the Americas. It is used in the context of, and contrast with, the New World (Americas). In the context of archaeology and world history, the term "Old World" includes those par ... Read »


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    • Plant collecting

    • Plant collecting is the acquisition of plant specimens for the purposes of research, cultivation or as a hobby. Plant specimens may be kept alive, but are more commonly dried and pressed to preserve the quality of the specimen. Plant collecting is an ancient practice with records of Chinese botanist collecting roses ov ... Read »


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    • Ptolemy (name)

    • The name Ptolemy or Ptolemaeus comes from the Greek Ptolemaios, which seems to mean warlike or son of war. There have been many people named Ptolemy or Ptolemaeus, the most famous of whom are the Greek-Egyptian astronomer Claudius Ptolemaeus, and the Macedonian founder and ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom in Egypt, Ptole ... Read »


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    • History of scholarship

    • The history of scholarship is the historical study of fields of study which are not covered by the English term "science" (cf., history of science), but are covered by, for example, the German term "Wissenschaft" (i.e., all kinds of academic studies). Examples are the history of classical studies, the history of the st ... Read »


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    • Trans-cultural diffusion

    • In cultural anthropology and cultural geography, cultural diffusion, as conceptualized by Leo Frobenius in his 1897/98 publication Der westafrikanische Kulturkreis, is the spread of cultural items—such as ideas, styles, religions, technologies, languages etc.—between individuals, whether within a single cultu ... Read »


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    • History of Transcendental Meditation

    • The History of Transcendental Meditation (TM) and the Transcendental Meditation movement originated with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the organization, and continues beyond his death (2008). In 1955, the Maharishi began publicly teaching a traditional meditation technique learned from his master Brahmananda Sarasw ... Read »


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    • Travelling menagerie

    • A travelling menagerie was a touring group of showmen and animal handlers who visited towns and cities with common and exotic animals. The term "menagerie", first used in seventeenth century France, was primarily used to refer to or royal animal collections. Most visitors to travelling menageries would never have the ... Read »


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    • History of modern Western subcultures

    • The 20th century saw the rise and fall of many subcultures. In the early part of the 20th century, subcultures were mostly informal groupings of like-minded individuals with the same views or lifestyle. The Bloomsbury group in London was one example, providing a place where the diverse talents of people like Virgi ... Read »


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