If you’d like to see the list broken up into categories, you can read about my bucket list in greater detail in my entry on the subject.
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145 – Have a bar or cafe that my friends and I are regulars at. 147 – Perform an obnoxious karaoke duet with a significant other.
284 – Make pottery while listening to Unchained Melody.
CATEGORY: culture DEFINITION: The second of two Arab dynasties of the Muslim Empire of the Caliphate (caliphs = rulers) and descended from al-Abbas, uncle of the Prophet Muhammad.
It overthrew the Umayyad caliphate in AD 750 and was based in Baghdad until 1258 when it was sacked by the Mongols.
The Assyrians passed its use on to the Babylonians, who engendered opium use among the Egyptians.Findings reflect the relationship of the inhabitants with their environment, and the relationship of groups with each other within that environment.Factors influencing the pattern of settlement in any area may include the subsistence strategy, the political structure, the social structure, population density, and farms of the early 2nd millennium AD in Orange Free State and Transvaal, South Africa.SYNONYMS OR RELATED TERMS: settlement pattern study CATEGORY: technique; term DEFINITION: The study of ancient human occupation and activity patterns within a specified area -- the distribution of features and sites, buildings, and other constructions in relation to the topography of a given area.Archaeological studies of settlement patterns deal with such matters as urbanization, the relationship between town, village, and countryside, and the operation of administrative centers.*No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.All names presented here were gathered at a past date.If you value the information posted here, and the projects of these websites in general, you may like to consider making a donation to help reduce our production costs? Options include: paying via Pay Pal which this website uses - Ed Note from the Lost Worlds webmaster: This website does tend to give an emphasis to “first-ever” dates as regards any related questions of history of technology in history-in-general.This approach works well enough for Modern (scientific) history but less so for archaic history.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.