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Edo period

Edo

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Job evaluation

Napagkakakitaan

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Job evaluation

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Jōmon period

Panahong Jōmon

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Meiji period

Panahong Meiji

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Medieval period

Gitnang Kapanahunan

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Prenatal period

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Vedic period

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Asuka period

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Early modern period

Makabagong kasaysayan

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Early modern period

Makabago

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the period after wandering to work

naggagala

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The Latvians and Lithuanians are the two surviving peoples of the Balt branch of the Indo-European ethnolinguistic group. The Balts are thought to have spread into the southeastern Baltic area around 2000 BC from the region that is now Belarus and neighbouring parts of Russia. (The term Balt, which was derived from the Baltic Sea, was first used in the 19th century.) Those people who stayed behind were assimilated, much later, by Belarusian or Russian Slavs (who are ethnically the Balts' nearest relatives). By the 13th century the Balts were divided into a number of tribal kingdoms. The Latvians are descended from those tribes who settled in the territory of modern Latvia, such as the Letts (or Latgals), the Selonians, the Semigallians and the Cours. The Latgals, Semigallians and Cours gave their names to Latvian regions: Latgale, Zemgale and Kurzeme. The Selonians settled between the Daugava River and northern Lithuania. During succeeding centuries of foreign rule, these tribes (and to a large extent the Finno-Ugric Livs who inhabited the northern coastal regions of Latvia) lost their separate identities and became merged in one Lettish, or Latvian, identity. The first Christian missionaries arrived in Latvia in 1190 and tried to persuade the pagan population to convert. It was an uphill battle: as soon as the missionaries left, the new converts jumped into the river to wash off their baptism. In subsequent years more missionaries would arrive, and more Latvians would submit and then renounce Christianity. In 1201, at the behest of the pope, German crusaders, led by Bishop von Buxhoevden of Bremen, conquered Latvia and founded Rīga. Von Buxhoevden also founded the Knights of the Sword, who made Rīga their base for subjugating Livonia. Colonists from northern Germany followed, and during the first period of German rule, Rīga became the major city in the German Baltic, thriving from trade between Russia and the West and joining the Hanseatic League (a medieval merchant guild) in 1282. Furs, hides, honey and wax were among the products sold westward from Russia through Rīga. Power struggles between the church, knights and city authorities dominated the country's history between 1253 and 1420. Rīga's bishop, elevated to archbishop in 1252, became the leader of the church in the German conquered lands, ruling a good slice of Livonia directly and further areas of Livonia and Estonia indirectly through his bishops. The church clashed constantly with knights, who controlled most of the remainder of Livonia and Estonia, and with German merchant-dominated city authorities that managed to maintain a degree of independence from 1253 to 1420. Latvia was conquered by Poland in 1561 and Catholicism was firmly rooted. Sweden colonised Latvia in 1629 and occupied the country until the Great Northern War (1700-21), after which it became part of Russia. Soviet occupation began in 1939 with the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, nationalisation, mass killings and about 35, 000 deportations, 5000 of whom were Jews, to Siberia. Latvia was then occupied by Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1945, when an estimated 75, 000 Latvians were killed or deported. The Jewish population suffered greatly during this period. The Germans captured Rīga on 1 July 1941. At the end of WWII the Soviets reclaimed Latvia and occupied the country for another 40 years.

Finland

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Periodic table

Talaang peryodiko

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evaluate

kaugnayan

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