At Hafan-Y-Waun our end of life policy is developed in line with our mission statement to meet the changing needs of the people in our care. This means that through the persons final days they live as comfortably, dignified and peaceful as possible. In our agreed ways of working our end of life care begins as soon as the person is admitted. If this is to be their last home we must do what we can to make it a place the person wants to live. This means decorating their bedroom to their liking and surrounding them with their own belongings where possible.
Much time and energy was devoted to creative activities such as pottery, basket weaving, cotton weaving, stone tools and even stone sculpture. Men and women painted their bodies and wore jewelry made of gold, stone, bone, and shell. They also participated in informal feasts and dances. The Taíno drank alcohol made from fermented corn, and used tobacco in religious ceremonies. Despite their complex social organization, the Antillean Arawak were not given to warfare.
These arts included painting, architecture, and music. Metalworkers made many things like weapons, mirrors, and jewelry. Architects designed things like temples and ziggurats. Music was also a big thing and brought joy to the gods and people. Things like the wheel and the plow made life in Sumer very different.
Mostly would call this empire a informal or hegemonic empire. You also need to remember that the Aztecs didn't necessarily rule connected territories. Because they were conquering cities, they sometimes had power in "pockets" over an area. But don't think that this was a weak empire. Ruling through a local government ensured that the locals
In hunter/gatherer societies they had to share there belongs and food unlike farmers did. This way everyone could be happy and help move camp when game left that particular area. In hunter/gatherer societies tended to not want to make the other humans jealousy. it was not till the advent of agriculture that the first indications of wealth and private ownership appear in the world. “Big men” were created because of that wealth and private ownership.
Being able to settle in one area like an urbanized society was a big advantage. They did not have to constantly be moving area from place to place and also they could grow large amounts of food. Although growing your own crops is very hard, its better than moving around and they had a pretty good chance of supporting themselves for a lifetime. In an urbanized society they often had surplus so they had more spare time and that was a big advantage because that allowed people to develop technology like pottery and trade that for other valuable items. In a foraging society, they did not have a lot of spare time because they spent most of their time
The importance of religion increased according to the importance of the group: it became larger with the community it was for: pre-Sumerian groups did not have and did not need to have that much religious influence because of their sizes but when city-states appeared, a higher control and power was required to guarantee the stability and well-functioning of the society. On the other hand, the actual understanding of the religious ideas was brought to use with the recordings. Through these recordings, we learn about
7. Section two describes how it was to live on a farm in the 1930`s. How good you lived on a farm depended on your work position and your salary. If you had gained respect from the other workers at the farm it was easier to live at the farms, you generally had a better stay. At the farms there was no room for any privacy or comfort.
The Mayan had a very structured class system. One would be born into a class and it would be very difficult to move up . The majority of the Mayans were commoners and slaves. They were the ones used for human sacrifices and paid the most taxes to the priests. The only way one could move up would was to become a warrior.
They were referred to as serfs and most of them could not read or write. However, craftsmen were very important in the feudal system as they are the ones that built and created items, grew food for the Monarch, lords, nobles, bishops and the town. “Without their expertise in making goods, most of the medieval towns would not have survived because individual families could not have