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English literature of the 14th, 15th century

Literature of the 14th century The highpoint of medieval literature, the best writer of late medieval lived then. William Langland 1332-1376 ­ the last important poet of alliterative verse. His masterpiece "The Vision of Piers Ploughman" ­ how important working hard is, the labour of peasants is the base of the welfare of the people. A passionate protest against social injustice. A time when peasa...

Inglise kirjanduse ajalugu - Tallinna Ülikool
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The Great Guild/Suurgild

Tallinn had three important guilds - The Great Guild, St. Canute's Guild and St. Olaf's guild. The Great Guild was the youngest among them, founded in the 14th century, but soon became the biggest and most important. It was founded as an organization of the wealthiest merchants and shipowners. The name of the Great Guild was introduced in the late 15th century. There were close ties between the guild and the town rules: only members of the Great Guild had the right to belong to the town council and could be elected for mayor. Tallinn's small coat of arms is also the Great Guild's coat of arms. Guild was led by Alderman, with the assistance of two advisers. Guild only accepted merchants, who had a house, wife and who was local. Great Guild activity ended in 1920, when Estonia aboli...

Ajalugu - Keskkool
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Ameerika ühendriigid

During the 19th century many people went to live in the west. To people of today the West comes to us through fun cowboys who in reality were hard-working men. They disappeared when the government gave them land and from 1862 to 1900 they became farmers. The farms that in the beginning were lonely, were brought together by the railway built in 1869. In the 15th century there were about two million Indians in America but due to diseases brought by Europeans and wars fought between them, by 1900 there were only about 250,000 natives left. The Indian wars finally ended in 1890 with the Battle of Wounded Knee and after it the government gave the Indians reservations, pieces of land that belonged to them. At the beginning of the 19th century many settlers came to America, in search for a better l...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Famous castles of Scotland

Crookston Castle sits atop a natural hill.To the north is a steep drop to the Levern Water. The castle has a rectangular main block, which was strengthened by a tower at each corner. This formed an irregular 'X-plan' shape, an unusual layout also seen at Hermitage Castle. Only the north-east corner tower survives to its former height, as well as the basement of the south-east tower. The two western towers were destroyed in the 15th century and never rebuilt, repairs in the 19th century have obscured even the remains of these. The main body of the castle measures about 19m by 12m, with walls up to 3.7m thick, and the north-east tower is around 6m square. The entrance is on the north side, adjacent to the north-east tower, and defended by a portcullis and two doors. A straight mural stair leads up to the right, while ahead is a barrel-vaulted basement with slit windows a...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tallinn

Russian speakers outnumbered Estonians in Tallinn. Estonia re-established its independence on 20 August 1991. There is still a large block of granite on Toompea which recalls the days when people barricaded Lossiplats (Castle Square) to prevent Soviet tanks gaining access. Today, Tallinn is the largest city in Estonia, with a population of about 400,000. Tallinn boasts a wonderful medieval Old Town where the atmosphere of the 15th and 15th centuries can still be strongly felt. Its narrow cobbled streets, medieval buildings with various decorative elements, attractive weather-vanes and soaring spires are very special and draw visitors in large numbers. Only a few town in northern Europe have medieval districts as well preserved as in Tallinn. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. The rest of the capital could be called the New Town, dating mainly...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Canada

In Anno Domini 1000 Leif Ericson became the first European to land in North America. A colony was established in what the Vikings described as Vinland. Discoveries of "Norse" relics in that area have been exposed by scholars as hoaxes. The Greenland colony died out during the 14th and 15th centuries, and the Norse adventures in Canada must have come to an end well before that time. The first permanent European settlements were established by the French king Louis XIV, who made a deal with a fur trading company so that only they would be allowed to trade beaver pelts, which were in fashion that time and they would settle Canada at Port Royal in 1605 and Quebec City in 1608, and by the English in Newfoundland, around 1610. Euro...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer 13431400 · Son of a wealthy London wine merchant. · Served as a page in the royal household while in his early teens. · Was married to on of the Queen's ladiesinwaiting Philippa Roet. · Worked as the Controller of Customs in London, Justice of Peace in Kent and Clerk of the King's W...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Referaat Emma Watson

Essay Full Name: Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson Nicknames: Em, OneTakeWatson Age: 17 Birthdate: April 15th 1990 Place of Birth: Paris, France Hometown: Oxfordshire, England Hair: Dark Blonde Eyes: Brown Parents: Jacqueline Luesby & Chris Watson Siblings: brother Alex Pets: 1 Cat About Emma Watson: Emma Watson was born in Paris, France to Jacqueline Luesby and Chris Watson, English lawyers who lived in France at the time; she has a younger brother named Alex. She lived in Paris until age five, then moved with her mother and bro...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tartu ajalugu

John's Lutheran Church St John's Church was probably built in the first third of the 14th century. There is no other brick church decorated with so much terracotta plastic in Europe Eduard Tubin Monument The Eduard Tubin monument, marking the 100th birthday of the composer, was dedicated in 2005. The authors of the statue are sculptor A...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Venice Carnival

Stefano Day on 26th December and ends at the beginning of Lent. In the old days in the 14th and 15th century it took place so the local venice people could earn money and have a fun time during the carnival. The origin dates back to 14th century. During those years the first laws made by the Serenissima was that masks cannot be used around the city at night. The meaning for the people was that all the people were at the same level, because no differentation could be made between nobilty and the common people. The carnival don't have much preporations,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Art Museum of Estonia

Art Museum of Estonia Art Museum of Estonia was founded on November 17th, 1919, but it was not until 1921 that it got its first permanent building ­ the Kadriorg Palace, built in the 18th century. In 1929 the palace was expropriated from the Art Museum in order to rebuild it as the residence of the President of Estonia. The Art Museum of Estonia was housed in several different temporary spaces, u...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Middle Ages

The poorer skilled workers tried to join together, these were the first efforts to form a trade union. ,,Factories" in different places in Europe. Wages rose faster than the prices, but signs of future social & econimic crisis (more sheep, less foof crops, fences). In the 15th cent. A new middle class in towns was developing. Most merchants were well educated, considered themselves equals of the esquires & gentlemen of the countryside. The lawyers were another class of city people. In London they were considered equal in importance to the big merchants & clots manufacturers. By the end of the Middle Ages the more successful of these lawyers, merchants, clots manufacturers, exporters, esquires, gentlemen and yeomen far...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Jõgeva rural

Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool EI 12 Madis Arula Introduction Laiuse Castle of Order Laiuse Drumlin Laiuse Blue Spring Põltsamaa Castle Põltsamaa Church Põltsamaa Rose garden Endla Nature Reserve Laiuse Castle of Order ·Rebuilt in the 15th century ·Destroyed 1700-1701, during...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Middle Ages

No peasants could leave the village they belonged to. On June 14th, the king met the rebels at Mile End. At this meeting, Richard II gave the peasants all that they asked for and asked that they go home in peace. Some did. Others returned to the city and murdered the archbishop and Treasurer - their heads were cut off on Tower Hill by the Tower of London. Richard II spent the night in hiding in fear of his life. On June 15th , he met the rebels again at Smithfield outside of the city's walls. It is said that this was the idea of the Lord Mayor who wanted to get the rebels out of the city. Medieval London was mostly wooden. Any attempt to put down the rebels in the city could have ended in a fire or the rebels would have found it easy to vanish into the city once they knew that soldiers were after them. At this meeting, the Lord Mayor killed Wat Tyle who was one of...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Tallinn-topic

Its geographical position was very favourable, with its wide bay protected by the two outlying islands of Aegna and Naissaar for a large port. Tallinn developed along three lines: fortress, port and market town. Tallinn grew rapidly and had developed into a well-known trading centre by the 15th century. Unfortunately, prosperity did not last long due to the weakening of the Hanseatic League, epidemics, hunger and wars. Sweden finally managed to take control of the whole of Estonia in 1629. Their rule ended after the Northern War in 1710 when Estonia was joined to the Russian Empire. Life changed for the better thanks to the opening of a railway line from St. Petersburg to Tallinn in 1870. Tallinn grew into a major port and an indust...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Caves

So the visitors of Vastseliina were granted a forty-day indulgence. Pope Eugene renewed the indulgence in 1342. There are records of pilgrimages to the chapel in the 15th and 16th centuries. In the first century of its existence the castle was not involved in much military action. Campaigns conducted against the surroundings of Vastseliina did not concern the castle as a rule. The castle was systematically under siege for the first time in 1463 but without any result. The castle surrendered to the Russian forces only in the Livonian War, after a siege of three weeks, on June 30, 1558 and was controlled by them...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tallinn

2 km2 Old Town of Tallinn Tallinn's Old Town is one of the most well- preserved old towns in northern Europe The golden era in lies in the period between the early 15th and mid 16th centuries It has three parts: Lower Town, Upper Town + Town Wall, Towers and the Gates Lower TownUpper Town Town Hall Square Toompea Castle & Tall Tallinn Town Hall Hermann's Tower Town Hall Pharmacy Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin Great Guild Hall...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Järgarvud, nädalapäevad, kuud

Meessoost, naissoost, kesksoost 1st­ - ­ - 2nd ­ - ­ - 3rd ­ - ­ - 4th ­ - ­ - 5th ­ - ­ ­ 6th ­ - ­ - 7th ­ - ­ - 8th ­ - ­ - 9th ­ - ­ ­ 10th- - ­ - 11th ­ - ­ - 12th ­ - ­ - 13th ­ - ­ - 14th ­ - ­ - 15th ­ - ­ - 16th ­ - ­ - 17th ­ - ­ - 18th ­ - ­ - 19th ­ - ­ - 20th ­ - ­ - 30th ­ - ­ ­ 1. [ponedelnik] Meess. (esmaspäev) 2. [vtornik] Meess. (teisipäev) 3. [sreda] Naiss...

Vene keel - Põhikool
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Powerpoint Republic of Irelandi kohta

The Republic of Ireland General overview Territory: 27,097 sq miles Population: 4 million Capital: Dublin Patron Saint: St Patrick The second largest of the British Isles 60 million people outside Ireland claim Irish ancestry Landscape and climate Ireland is low in the middle and high at its edges. Not very high mountains; highest is Carrantuohill (1,040 m) in the southwest At Moher, you...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Tallinn Town Hall Square

The square in front of Tallinn's Town Hall functioned as a marketplace for centuries, dating back to times even before the Town Hall itself was built. Through the years this served as a place of celebrations as well as executions. Today the square remains a cultural focal point for the city. In summer, it's filled with outdoor cafés and is home to countless openair concerts, handicraft fairs and...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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