It is located between the Amazon and the Caatinga, in the states of Maranhão, Piauí and northern Tocantins. The typical vegetation of the Mata dos Cocais are babassu (in greater quantity), carnauba, oiticica and buriti. Babassu, which dominates the environment, is being destroyed at an intense pace by pastures, but can survive by the speed with which it reproduces and the products that are extracted from it (wax, oil, fibers, etc.), which are of high value for survival. of the local population.
The history of Egypt is divided into three phases: the Old Empire; Middle Empire and the New Empire. Over these three periods, Egypt reached its apogee. However, from the 7th century BC Egypt was invaded by various peoples and lost its former splendor. Following is a quick explanation of each period.
The expression Day of the Fico is due to a famous phrase of Don Pedro, then Prince Regent of Brazil, who was at the time a United Kingdom to Portugal and the Algarves. On January 9, 1822, D. Pedro I received a letter from the court of Lisbon, demanding his return to Portugal. The Portuguese have long insisted on this idea, as they intended to recolonize Brazil and the presence of D.
Location - Current Iraq - Between Tigris and Euphrates Rivers Features - High turnover in the domain; - Between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers; - Very fertile region; - geographically not favorable; - No natural protections; Sumerians and Akkadians - Sumerians settle in the Chaldean in 3500 BC; - Several city-states governed by Patesi; - cuneiform writing; Invasions and Academic Mastery (2300a.
Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events. Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts. Soon more months. January 5, 1875 - Inauguration, in Paris (France), of the opera house, designed by architect Charles Garnier.
French religious leader (1509-1564). A leading Protestant Reformation theologian, he imposed austere and Puritan habits on his followers. Like Luther, Calvin was also of great importance in the so-called Protestant Reformation. He was born in Noyon, France, and studied Latin in Paris and Law in Orleans, where he became interested in theology and Bible study.