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The term Orient tends to be used in a cultural rather than geographical context.
Studies by Europeans termed Oriental studies, or Orientalism, may centre on any
area from Mesopotamia eastward. Even the term East Asia is subject to some ...
Bronze Age cultures. The Unetice culture, of which the rich Leubingen grave is
an example, developed in central Europe, and the Wessex culture developed in
southern England. Both were influenced by the Aegean cultures. Golden cups ...
CULTURAL. LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS Wales has been united politically,
administratively, and economically with England ever since the Act of Union in
1536; yet during that period, Wales has been able to preserve, maintain, and
develop a ...
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