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  • Chafic Kazoun is the founder and Chief Software architect at Atellis, and is widely considered one of the world's top experts on Flex (outside of the Adobe Flex engineering team). He has worked with Flash technologies since 1998 and with Flex since its inception, and he has a deep understanding of the internals of the Flex framework. He maintains a busy speaking and consulting schedule. When he's not busy developing solution-based applications, Chafic is actively involved in the Flash community, delivering presentations at numerous conferences including Adobe's MAX...

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  • At the start of the twenty-first century, international aspects of economics remain as important and controversial as ever.

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  • "The fire smouldering in the forest of Europe was beginning to burst into flames. In vain did they try to put it out in one place; it only broke out in another. With gusts of smoke and a shower of sparks it swept from one point to another, burning the dry brushwood. Already in the East there were skirmishes as the prelude to the great war of the nations. All Europe, Europe that only yesterday was sceptical and apathetic, like a dead wood, was swept by the flames. All men were possessed by the desire for battle. War was ever on the point of breaking...

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  • Systematic excavations began at Herculaneum in 1738 and ten years later at Pompeii. In subsequent years, archaeologists found villas and homes with furnishings and works of art preserved in the volcanic ash. The Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum was found buried with more than eighty statues and about a thousand ancient papyri (scrolls) inscribed with Greek texts. Modern knowledge of ancient Greek and Roman culture is largely based on what was unearthed in excavations at Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the other sites around the Bay of Naples.

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  • News of the excavations spread quickly throughout Europe and sparked the public’s fascination with ancient Greek and Roman culture. Numerous poets and writers drafted imagined stories about life in Pompeii and Herculaneum. The narratives they created often were characterized by romantic descriptions of Pompeii in the days before the eruption or by melancholy reflections on what remained.

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