This week in Western Civilization I covered the sources, spread, and development of Christianity. This essay will be on Christianity and the life of a Christian in Rome between the reign of Emperor Trajan and Emperor Constantine. Trajan reigned as emperor of Rome from 98 to 117 AD. Constantine reigned as emperor of Rome from … Continue reading Western Civ I, Lesson 65: Christianity Between First and Fifth Century AD
This week in Western Literature I we finished reading the Catilinarian Orations by Marcus Tullius Cicero. The Catilinarian Orations are a set of orations (or speeches) given by Marcus Tullius Cicero, a consul, to the Roman Senate in 63 BC accusing Lucius Sergius Catalina, a senator, of leading a plot to overthrow him and the … Continue reading Western Lit I, Lesson 65: The Rhetorical Context of Cicero’s Orations
This week in Biology covered all things population, communities, community interactions, and trophic levels. Trophic levels are incredibly important and crucial for the animal kingdom and other species to function and thrive. A trophic level refers to pyramidal classification of each organism occupying different levels of the food web, comprising distinct food chains based on … Continue reading Biology, Lesson 60: Trophic Levels
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