Words of Wisdom:

"If men knew all what women think they, would be twenty times more daring." - Jod

Essays on Alexandria

  1. The Lighthouseof Alexandria
    the seas. Location: On the island of Pharos; now peninsula within the city of Alexandria The lighthouse was built in 209 BC, and dedicated to Ptolemy Soter...
  2. Library Of Alexandria
    known as Ptolemy II Soter. He founded the Museum or Royal Library of Alexandria in 283 BC. The Museum was a shrine of the Muses modeled after the Lyceum of Aristotle...
  3. Hypatia Of Alexandria
    her death many of her students migrated to Athens and the Neo-platonic school at Alexandria continued until the Arab invasion in 642 A.D. Although she died her life...
  4. Euclid Of Alexandria
    of all time. However little is known of Euclid's life except that he taught at Alexandria in Egypt. Proclus, the last major Greek philosopher, who lived around 450...
  5. The Contribution Of The Ptolemaic Kings To The Development Of Alexandria
    from Ptolemaic I Soter to Ptolemaic VI Philometer have contributed to the development of Alexandria. The first three Ptolemaic rulers had hope of their new home...
  6. Ancient Greece
    greatest advances were made in terms of engineering, physics, astronomy and mathematics. In Alexandria the great libraries were founded. The old beliefs in Olimp...
    • 1813 Words
    • 8 Pages
  7. Why Be Prejudice?
    doesn’t want the around her. Even though Calpurnia is a good maid, Alexandria doesn’t care. As you tell by this quote, “… you’ve got...
    • 854 Words
    • 4 Pages
  8. To Kill a Mockingbird
    Test Question 1 As readers, we saw Scout mature and grow as our narorater and as a person. She learned many things, but also lost many...
    • 2972 Words
    • 12 Pages
  9. Basic Greek History
    into Egypt and they welcomed him as their liberator and founded the city called Alexandria near to the western part of the Nile. After all this, Alexander chased...
    • 1606 Words
    • 7 Pages
  10. The Great Pyramid Of Egypt
    ancient history of pharaohs, tombs, secret pharaoh treasures, from the Lighthouse of Alexandria, to the Great Pyramid of Egypt. From the beginning until now, Egypt...
    • 845 Words
    • 4 Pages
  11. The Rise And Fall Of Alexandria
    son. Alexanders childhood friend, Ptolemy, soon came to rule over the city and Alexandria began rising. Ptolemy had plans for the city and began building innovative...
  12. Ramases Ii
    Rameses II, he was the third of his line in the Nineteenth Dynasty, son of Seti I, and grandson of Rameses I. He ruled for nearly seventy years...
    • 3938 Words
    • 16 Pages
  13. Washington d.c: Our Nation’s Capital
    Washington County, Georgetown on the Maryland side of the Potomac river; and Alexandria and the County of Alexandria on the Virginia side of the river. Citizens felt...
    • 935 Words
    • 4 Pages
  14. Egypt
    are: Cairo, Gondokoro, Khartoum, Aswan, Thebes/Luxor, Karnak, and the town of Alexandria lies near the Rozeta branch. After the pharaohs would die they would mummify...
    • 758 Words
    • 4 Pages
  15. Alexandria’s Beautiful Corniche
    Alexandrias beautiful Corniche by the Mediterranean is one of the most romantic places for a young couple in love to take a stroll. However, there is a sinister side...
  16. Alexander The Great: a Hero
    on a strip of land between Lake Mareotis and the Mediterranean Sea. This city, Alexandria, became a world center of commerce and learning. While it was being built...
    • 1260 Words
    • 6 Pages
  17. Bible
    The Doctrine of the Trinity BY Attila Varga,Dip.Mec.,C.R.S.,MBA.,Doct. Div.(Hon.) 2008...
    • 7702 Words
    • 31 Pages
  18. Louisiana
    triangle type area on the state map, the top of the triangle is right below Alexandria, and the base stretches from New Orleans to Lake Charles. While it was largely...
    • 1004 Words
    • 5 Pages
  19. George Washington
    the Fairfax family lay out the town of Belhaven (which is now a days called Alexandria) in 1749 and became surveyor of Culpeper County. In 1752, Lawrence Washington...
    • 2641 Words
    • 11 Pages
  20. a Glance Into The Training And Development
    A Glance into the Training and Development Needs of Ford Motor Company Training and Development Nov 09 Sec B HR 592 Professor Patricia Meyer Stephanie...
    • 4581 Words
    • 19 Pages
  21. Alexandria
    cuisines catered for. No visit would be complete without a night stroll through alexandrias bustling streets where you can find traditional outfits, clothes related...
  22. The Wild Imagination Of Alexandria
    is a stuntman who falls and injures his back while performing a stunt for a movie. Alexandria is an innocent but curious little girl. Roy is a very depressed man...
  23. Globalisation
    over a wide range that stretched from India to Spain, with such cities as Alexandria, Athens, and Antioch at its center. Trade was widespread during that period...
    • 13702 Words
    • 55 Pages
  24. Claudius Ptolemy
    Claudius Ptolemy Claudius Ptolemy was born around 100 AD, in Alexandria Egypt. Claudius Ptolemy was known as an Egyptian astronomer, mathematician, and...
    • 1303 Words
    • 6 Pages
  25. How Google Got Its Groove On
    unorganized consortium of nonprofits, bloggers and corporations are rebuilding the Library of Alexandria in a digital, distributed and democratic form. Battelle...
    • 572 Words
    • 3 Pages
  26. Clara Barton And The American Red Cross
    Clara Barton: The Civil War and the American Red Cross The importance of the American Red Cross to the United States of America nowadays is never underestimated...
    • 4242 Words
    • 17 Pages
  27. Kant
    The Philosophy of History Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel With Prefaces by Charles Hegel and the Translator, J. Sibree, M.A. The History of the World is not...
    • 191306 Words
    • 766 Pages
  28. Leonado Da Vinci-The Darth Vader
    than you might think. Take the robot: invented by the forever badass Hero of Alexandria, and perfected as a killing-machine by Leonardo da Vinci during humanity's...
    • 1777 Words
    • 8 Pages
  29. History Of Greek Medicine
    practitioners, specialists in this art"). The establishment of a school of Greek medicine in Alexandria where actual medical research was done.with major advances...
    • 289 Words
    • 2 Pages
  30. The Life And Times Of Hypatia Of Alexandria
    first professor of mathematics at the Museum. At the time of Hypatias birth,Alexandria was considered a cosmopolitan center,and the third largest city in the Roman...