This raises the question around the world, should artifacts be returned to their original start of origin? Many people debate if it’s necessary for artifacts to be relocated back home. For the numerous reasons of artifacts are possibly obtained through stealing / illegal trade, morally correct and cultural aspects. Artifacts should be returned
Land reform is a extremely controversial matter because of the amount of money that gets spent in order to remove land. It might have been more controversial in Sparta as they may have had a lot of land that is sacred to many people and by removing it, it could effect people. Plutarch says it was to make sure people live on equal terms with each other. They would also have the same amount of property to support each other. The figure he mentions are highly questionable as they supposed to be doubt that proposed by king Agis IV.
Because of the oppression caused by the Hyksos, Egypt now had their first true enemy. Originating from what was known as ‘Retjenu’, the Hyksos retrieved many of their products from Syria-Palestine. Close ties with Crete are also suggested through the discovery of an alabaster lid at Crete with the name of a Hyksos king engraved on it, but we cannot be certain that it was because of trading contacts with Avaris, but instead just made its way indirectly to the Palace of Knossos. Trade with Nubian Kush achieved a unique importance with the Hyksos though, because it was seen as a prominent and flourishing kingdom enriched with fine products that the Hyksos were after. The constant trade and military alliance between Avaris and Nubia easily enabled the two kingdoms to hem in the kingdom of Thebes, causing a war between them.
Working on an article is a privilege not a right, but I do believe that it wasn’t right when the editors didn’t think they had a chance. I also think that the editors did not encourage them because when Woodward and Bernstein had some of their articles published, no other journalist were re-printing their story. They became worried, and wanted to drop the story, thinking that if Woodward and Bernstein continued it, it would get nowhere. I think the story of Watergate was scandalous. It was an American Political scandal and a conflict in the 1970’s and also led to the resignation of president Nixon.
Portraits submitted to the Archibald Prize must adhere to specific guidelines in order to be approved and accepted for the competition. Craig Ruddy’s portrait contested the traditions of the art making process as he remarked, “I work fairly high and quickly. So I knew it was possible, but yeah, it was a challenge, especially with the size of it”, which also demonstrates the technical resolution of Ruddy’s ideas and approach to his portrait. He challenged the rules of the competition to express his portrait of David Gulpilil proficiently, leading up to majority of the portraiture piece produced in charcoal to emphasise Gulpilil’s features. Controversy over the argument of Tony Johansen brought about challenging that the portrait was an illustration rather than a
Many people believed him and gave him a lot of money, but he spent almost all the money for himself. He couldn’t pay back the money to some people. While he was taking money from the people, he collected more then 64 billion dollars from them, and when people tried to see their investments, he used a fake screen computer with ponzie scheme software to present a false investment. This way is similar to Tom’s investment in that, they both were greedy, and acted like friends to people, and made them think that they would become rich. On the other hand, there were many differences between Tom and Bernie.
The women don’t have a choice that they get to marry. When a divorce happens, it is an unspeakable, indescribable, and unresolved issue of belonging on behalf to Hmong people. I find this religion different than most, because for almost all religions, don’t kidnap women to be their wife, and when a divorce comes up, they have to go into jury for their divorce and Hmong’s just don’t speak
While similar conflicts of interest could be attributed to many other judges, the ethical charges hit a particularly sensitive nerve in the wake of the Fortas resignation. Haynsworth's opponents successfully used all these issues to deny confirmation. The Senate, now deeply divided ideologically, refused
Personal Definition of Organized Crime Organized crime consists of a group of individual’s that involve him or herself in criminal behavior. This criminal behavior can consist of selling goods and services. These goods and services are sold illegally and received illegally. The services sold may be drugs, prostitution, weapons, or money. The money does have to be repaid in most circumstances, but those who receive money from individuals involved in organized crime usually pay a high interest rate.
The Plymouth and Chesapeake Colonies a Comparison Many individual issues helped shape both the Plymouth and Virginian colonies. As a result the colonies developed different styles of life. Religion played a major part in the Plymouth colonies for the settlers abandoned England to shape a new religious freedoms. However the Virginian colonies settled in order to find gold and silver and where driven by profit not giving much thought to religion. Both settled colonies suffered life loss adapting to the hash weather and conditions of the new settlements.