In the late 18th century the Durrānī took up agriculture.
Peter also discovers that 18th century dwarves could be delivered to your door in a box - if you were wealthy enough to pay for a private view.
Vic Gatrell, a Cambridge specialist in 18th-century art and literature, has written an entertaining look at the artists and writers who lived in and around Covent Garden and Soho during the 18th century.
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The British gained control of the region in the late 18th century.
The Rake’s Progress is a mock-serious pastiche of late 18th-century grand opera but…
The term obbligato accompaniment has a more specialized meaning in some 18th-century music (see accompaniment).
At the end of the 18th century, modern literary Ukrainian finally emerged out of the colloquial Ukrainian tongue.
…idealization, and rationality that typified Classicism in general and late 18th-century Neoclassicism in particular.
Through their preaching, the maggidim were instrumental in spreading the 18th-century pietistic movement called Ḥasidism.
During the 1840s, 18th-century French artists were also rediscovered, having entirely fallen from grace during the French Revolution.
French organs were notable for their reeds, and the highly stylized French music of the 17th and 18th centuries calls for their frequent use.
Moreover, the Pombaline reforms of the second half of the 18th century, Portugal’s attempt to overhaul the administration of its overseas possessions,…
The Macarian literature appealed to certain Lutheran devotional writers, such as Johann Arndt in the 16th century and Arnold Gottfried in the early 18th century.
By the early 18th century, European elites had begun to recognize the potential profitability of trade relations with the peoples of North America’s Pacific coast.
In general, this distinction can be made between the 17th and the 18th centuries: in the 17th century the aim of education was conceived as a religious and rationalistic one, whereas in the 18th century the ideas of secularism and progress began to prevail.
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