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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    2: ... is the northernmost and westernmost country in [[Latin America]] and the most populous [[Spanish languag...
    72: ...the northernmost state of [[Coahuila y Tejas]] to hundreds of immigrant families from the United State...
    74: ... northernmost portion of the northern state of Coahuila y Tejas. Both areas sought independence from t...
    107: *6.[[Chihuahua]]
    108: *7.[[Coahuila]]
  2. Costa Rica (12931 bytes)
    1: ...sometimes refered to as the "[[Switzerland]] of [[Latin America]]."
    63: [[image:NicoyaCeramics.jpg|thumb|left|140px|Pre-Columbian Ceramics from Nicoya, ...
    71: [[Image:Costa Rica fishing boat.jpg|thumb|left|140px|<i>Rich Coast:</i> fishermen set sai...
    82: [[Image:Costa Rica provinces.png|thumb|Provinces of Costa Rica]]
    98: [[image:costarica.jpg|thumb|left|140px|A pond in Costa Rica]]
  3. Periodic table (7298 bytes)
    9: ...ombination of Roman numerals and [[Latin alphabet|Latin]] letters. The Roman numeral names are the origin...
    18: *The [[Periodic table (huge)|huge table]] provides the basics plus full element n...
  4. List of elements by symbol (14812 bytes)
    5: ...r><td>Ag</td><td>[[silver]]</td><td>47</td><td>([[Latin]] ''Argentum'')</td></tr>
    11: <tr><td>Au</td><td>[[gold]]</td><td>79</td><td>(Latin ''Aurum'')</td></tr>
    29: <tr><td>Cu</td><td>[[copper]]</td><td>29</td><td>(Latin ''Cuprum'')</td></tr>
    37: <tr><td>Fe</td><td>[[iron]]</td><td>26</td><td>(Latin ''Ferrum'')</td></tr>
    46: ...[[Mercury (element)|mercury]]</td><td>80</td><td>(Latin ''Hydragyrum'' - quicksilver)</td></tr>
  5. Hanging Gardens of Babylon (4963 bytes)
    1: [[image:ogrody_semiramidy.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Gardens of Semiramis, 20th century interp...
    10: |[[Image:Hanging_Gardens_of_Babylon.gif|right|thumb|300px|Hanging Garden, Assyrian interpretation]]
    13: [[Image:Hanging_Gardens_of_Babylon.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Hanging Gardens of Babylon: This hand-col...
    17: ...ranslation of the Greek word [[kremastos]] or the Latin word [[pensilis]], which means not just "hanging&...
  6. Rio de Janeiro (14538 bytes)
    3: [[Image:Rio_de_Janeiro-Ipanema_Beach.jpg|thumbnail|250px|right|Ipanema beach]]
    4: [[Image:Redentor.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Cristo Redentor]]]]
    5: [[Image:Rio_deJaneiro_LE2002059_lrg.jpg|thumb|250px|A NASA satellite image of Rio de Janeiro]...
    21: ...physical space nor urban structure to accommodate hundreds of noblemen who arrived suddenly, many inha...
    35: ...ity. Sites of interest include both the historic Church of the Candelaria and the modern-style cathedr...
  7. Christopher Columbus (44177 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Christopher_columbus_99w.jpg|thumb|250px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipar...
    2: [[Image:Christopher_columbus_2.jpg|thumb|200px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipar...
    9: ...[bacteria]], and [[parasite]]s, and beneficial to humans, such as [[tomato]]es, [[potato]]es, [[maize]...
    10: [[Image:AC2_columbus21.jpg|thumb|250px|Image provided by [http://classroomclipar...
    11: ...tly or indirectly, for the deaths of tens, if not hundreds, of millions of [[indigenous people]]s, exp...
  8. Middle Colonies (4101 bytes)
    7: ...the roots of the madder herb; brown came from the hulls of black walnuts.
    11: ...milies hired private tutors to teach their sons [[Latin]], [[Greek language|Greek]], and other advanced s...
  9. Puritan (15882 bytes)
    4: ...f religious innovation, rather than a particular church. The closest analogy in the present day to the...
    5: ...tioners knew themselves as members of particular churches or movements, and not by the simple and nebu...
    8: ...dy Mary"), Protestants like [[Thomas Cartwright (churchman)|Thomas Cartwright]], [[Walter Travers]] an...
    10: ...s]]. However, in church polity (organization of church power), they differed.
    12: ...Puritans objected to ornaments and ritual in the churches as idolatrous (vestments, surplices, organs,...
  10. Bagpipes (22002 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Bagpipe performer.jpg|right|thumb|150px|A bagpipe performer in [[Amsterdam]].]]
    6: [[Image:annotated_stand.jpg|right|thumb|A set of Scottish Great Highland bagpipes.<br>
    20: ...y produced when the chanter reed is too easy and thus the chanter is overblown. Sometimes the term is...
    53: ...es not have a completely closed end, like the Northumbrian smallpipes, the player can press the end of...
    55: ===The Northumbrian Smallpipe===
  11. Amerigo Vespucci (3736 bytes)
    6: [[image:Amerigo_Vespucci.jpg|thumb|200px|right| Amerigo Vespucci]]
    12: ...ngs, so Waldseem´┐Żller based the new name on the Latin form of Vespucci's first name, taking the feminin...
  12. Adela of Normandy (2741 bytes)
    7: ...pirited and educated woman, with a knowledge of [[Latin]].
    17: # Agnes of Blois, married Hugh III of Le Puiset
    20: ...'wise and spirited woman''" who ably governed her husband's estates in his absences and after his deat...
    22: ...s, and had her youngest son Henry pledged to the Church at [[Cluny]]. Adela quarrelled with her eldest...
    24: ... in the wreck of the [[White Ship]] alongside her husband. She lived long enough to see her son Stephe...
  13. Melisende of Jerusalem (16880 bytes)
    5: ...rnal grandmother, Melisende of Montlhery, wife of Hugh I, [[Count of Rethel]]. She had three younger s...
    19: ...ty of the kingdom. Had Melisende been guilty the church and nobility likely would not have later ralli...
    21: ...ter an unsuccessful assassination attempt against Hugh was attributed to Fulk or his supporters. This ...
    23: ...em|Amalric]], was born. When Fulk was killed in a hunting accident in [[1143]], Melisende publicly and...
    27: == Patroness of the church and arts ==
  14. Agnes of Courtenay (6051 bytes)
    3: ...[count of Jaffa and Ascalon]], in [[1157]], after Hugh was captured in battle by the Muslims. The marr...
    7: ...fief's income. Agnes soon thereafter married to [[Hugh of Ibelin]], to whom she had been engaged befor...
    11: ...became archbishop of Caesarea and, in [[1180]], [[Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem|Patriarch of Jerusalem]], ...
    13: ...3]] she probably helped arrange the marriage of [[Humphrey IV of Toron]] to Amalric and Maria's daught...
    20: ...aughter of [[Peter of Courtenay]], [[Latin Empire|Latin emperor]], and [[Yolanda of Flanders]]. She marri...
  15. Yolanda of Flanders (2422 bytes)
    1: ...he [[Latin Empire]] in [[Constantinople]] for her husband [[Peter of Courtenay]] from [[1217]] to 1219...
    10: ...Namur, who declined the offer of the crown of the Latin Empire
    11: * [[Robert of Courtenay]] (d. 1228), Latin Emperor
    16: * Yolanda, who married [[Andrew II of Hungary]]
    24: | width="40%" align="center" | '''[[Latin Empire|Latin Empress]]'''
  16. Eleanor of Aquitaine (11927 bytes)
    8: ... and literature, and enjoyed riding, hawking, and hunting. She became heiress to [[Aquitaine]], the la...
    10: ...es of Aquitaine family tree|Duke of Aquitaine]]. Thus, her holdings would not be merged with France un...
    12: ...luence. Her conduct was repeatedly criticized by Church elders (particularly [[Bernard of Clairvaux]] ...
    16: ... cause of the crusade. Louis was directed by the Church to visit [[Jerusalem]] instead. When Eleanor d...
    28: ...p [[Thomas Becket]] murdered at the altar of the church in [[1170]]. This aroused not only Eleanor's h...
  17. Mary I of England (24813 bytes)
    3: | [[Image:Mary I of England.jpg|right|thumb|220px|'''Mary I''' <br><small>Queen of England ...
    8: ... Catholicism]]. To this end, she had almost three hundred religious dissenters executed; as a conseque...
    15: ... was herself the Princess Mary's first teacher in Latin.
    19: ...King was acknowledged as "Supreme Head" of the [[Church of England]].
    23: ...field, Beaulieu or Newhall in Essex, Richmond and Hunsdon were among her principal places of residence...
  18. Mary I of Scotland (27810 bytes)
    2: | [[Image:stuart.jpg|thumb|right|140px|Mary I of Scotland; known as Mary, ...
    17: ...eath to have been caused by grief over the Scots' humiliating loss to the English at the [[Battle of S...
    42: ... the end of her studies, she had mastered French, Latin, Greek, Spanish and Italian in addition to her na...
    44: ...'s troubles were still further increased by the [[Huguenot]] rising in France, called the ''[[Amboise ...
    51: ...tion of Scotland's leading Catholic magnate, Lord Huntly, in [[1562]].
  19. Elizabeth I of England (34338 bytes)
    2: | [[Image:Elizabeth_I_(Ermine_Portrait).jpg|thumb|right|220px|'''Elizabeth I''' <br><small>Queen ...
    9: ...h|Sir Walter Raleigh]] and [[Humphrey Gilbert|Sir Humphrey Gilbert]]. Elizabeth was a short-tempered a...
    22: ...nguage|Spanish]], [[Greek language|Greek]], and [[Latin]]. Under the influence of Catherine Parr and Asch...
    24: [[Image:ElizabethTudorAt13-woc-0475.jpg|thumb|left|Elizabeth at the age of 13 by William Scro...
    30: [[Image:Elizabeth I coronation.jpg|thumb|right|275px|The coronation of Elizabeth]]
  20. Victoria of the United Kingdom (38571 bytes)
    2: | [[Image:bwvictoria.jpg|thumb|right|200px|'''Victoria''' <br>Queen of the Uni...
    14: ...n language|Italian]], [[Greek language|Greek]], [[Latin]], and [[French language|French]]. Her educator ...
    18: Princess Victoria met her future husband, [[Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha]], whe...
    20: ...axe-Coburg-Gotha archives, they reported that her husband's personal surname was ''Wettin'' (or ''von ...
    33: [[Image:PennyRed.jpeg|thumb|right|A likeness of Queen Victoria appears on t...

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