Tea is a revolution
World History

Tea is a revolution

Chinese tea was initially consumed only in Asia. In 1647, the Dutch smuggled Chinese tea to the coastal cities of North America, and tea flourished in North America. In 1690, the first Chinese tea consignment point appeared in Boston, a British North American colony. The people...
Bloodless War: after the Glorious Revolution
World History

Bloodless War: after the Glorious Revolution

In early October 1688, numerous slogans, leaflets and promotional materials suddenly appeared in all parts of Britain, even in the countryside. Protect Protestants! A parliament that protects our property and freedom! Freedom of belief! We don't want Catholicism! King James II is a tyrant! And other...
Hebrew history: what are the folk tales of the Hebrews?
World History

Hebrew history: what are the folk tales of the Hebrews?

Jewish new year the Jewish New Year is called Rosh Hashanah in Hebrew and is usually in September of the Gregorian calendar. Although the festival mainly celebrates God's creation of the world, many Jewish New Year rituals blow the horn. Jews also believe that this day...
Introduction to ancient sculpture in the history of World Sculpture
World History

Introduction to ancient sculpture in the history of World Sculpture

Ancient Egyptian sculpture ancient Egypt includes a long period from prehistoric times to 332 BC, during which Egypt experienced several historical periods: early Dynasty (3100-2686 BC), ancient kingdom (2780-2280 BC), Middle Kingdom (2040 or 2134-1778 BC), New Kingdom (1570-1320 BC) and later Dynasty (about 1090-332 BC)....