Centuries

Some articles on centuries:

Chris Gayle - Centuries
... Main Articals List of international cricket centuries by Chris Gayle. ...
German Art - Sculpture
... the end of the 18th century, adapting to changes in style through the centuries ... Two and a half centuries later, Johann Joseph Christian and Ignaz G√ľnther were leading masters in the late Baroque period, both dying in the late 1770s, barely a decade before the French Revolution ... School, a later term for the stuccoists of the late 17th and 18th centuries ...
History Of Anatolia - Byzantine Empire
... fall into three distinct eras Late Roman Empire Fourth to 7th centuries Middle Byzantine Empire Seventh to 11th centuries Late Empire Eleventh to 15th centuries ...
Medieval Reenactment
... This term is usually reserved for the 5th and 6th centuries ... the next period of history - 7th to 11th centuries - often refer to this as Early medieval ... The 12th to 14th centuries fall under the term High medieval, while the 15th century is often termed Late medieval ...
National Archives Of Ireland - Holdings
... in Ireland, mainly from the 19th and 20th centuries, but including materials from 17th and 18th century original census returns from the Census of Ireland, complete for 1901 and 1911, available online, and ...

Famous quotes containing the word centuries:

    That age will be rich indeed when those relics which we call Classics, and the still older and more than classic but even less known Scriptures of the nations, shall have still further accumulated, when the Vaticans shall be filled with Vedas and Zendavestas and Bibles, with Homers and Dantes and Shakespeares, and all the centuries to come shall have successively deposited their trophies in the forum of the world. By such a pile we may hope to scale heaven at last.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ... the loss of belief in future states is politically, though certainly not spiritually, the most significant distinction between our present period and the centuries before. And this loss is definite. For no matter how religious our world may turn again, or how much authentic faith still exists in it, or how deeply our moral values may be rooted in our religious systems, the fear of hell is no longer among the motives which would prevent or stimulate the actions of a majority.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    That grand drama in a hundred acts, which is reserved for the next two centuries of Europe—the most terrible, most questionable and perhaps also the most hopeful of all dramas.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)