What does the quote by Elie Wiesel "Whoever listens to a witness, becomes a witness" mean?
"In years to come, visitors will enter this “Emek HaBacha” [Valley of Tears], the Yad Vashem Valley of Communities, to remember what our people lost during the cruelest of our tragedies, and they will weep in the same way as pious and learned Jews weep over the destruction of our Temple long ago. But then they will emerge and see the splendor and majesty of Jerusalem and they will smile, thinking, “Look at these visible and tangible memories we have kept alive just as they have kept our dream and ourselves alive…” Just behind me there is Buczacz. Buczacz – the place where Shai Agnon was born. Shai Agnon said a marvelous thing in Stockholm when he received the Nobel Prize. He said, “Majesty, like all Jews I was born in Jerusalem, but then the Romans came and moved my cradle to Buczacz.” … There are many museums in the world, but the source is here. I have worked in at least one museum, if not two, for many, many years, and nevertheless, in the city of Jerusalem, I must tell the truth: This is the heart and soul of Jewish memory.
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Lines 164-168 how does the story alluded to here relate to the pilgrims experience?
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What is the central idea in the first part of the passage? The king has kept the people of Egypt safe from enemies. The gods have given the king many gifts in return for his success as a ruler. The king has spent a lot of money and grain to keep the people safe. The king’s children shall retain the kingship foreverPassage:Whereas [the King] provided that cavalry and infantry forces and ships should be sent out against those who invaded Egypt by sea and by land, laying out great sums in money and grain in order that the temples and all those who are in the land might be in safety; in return for which things the gods have given him health, victory, and power, and all other good things, and he and his children shall retain the kingship for all time.
—The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone, James Cross Giblin
The central idea of the excerpt is - The ruler has protected Egypt's populace from danger. or To ensure the safety of the populace, the monarch has invested a sizable sum of grain.
What is The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone?
"Much of Egyptian history was lost until the Rosetta Stone was successfully translated, making it possible to decode hieroglyphic writing. The author has done an excellent job of condensing material, highlighting the key points, and putting it all together in an engaging and illuminating examination of a perplexing topic."
The edict (official communication), which was engraved on the Rosetta Stone in 196 BC, is about Pharaoh Ptolemy V. It is said that the Pharaoh was backed by the priests in the Memphis Temple in Egypt. It can be understood as somewhat of a list of all the excellent things Pharaoh Ptolemy V accomplished for the priests and the Egyptian populace.
The king has kept the people of Egypt safe from enemies. or The king has spent a lot of money and grain to keep the people safe.
They are both saying the same thing however one is more in detail, so I say that would be up to you to choose.
Drag the tiles to the correct boxes to complete the pairs.Determine the correct number of feet per line in each of the excerpts.
The student's question is asking about the metric structure of poetry - more specifically, the number of feet per line in a poetic excerpt. However, without given poetic lines, a specific number of feet per line cannot be established. An example with 'The lambs are joyous in the meadow' has been provided demonstrating iambic pentameter, which consists of five feet.
This question seems to be referring to the measurement of poetry, more specifically, meter or the rhythmic structure in verses. This is generally determined by the number of stressed (/'/) and unstressed (/u/) syllables in a line of poetry. However, with the provided information, it's hard to determine the feet per line as no specific lines of poetry have been provided. As an example though, if we have a line of poetry like 'The lambs are joyous in the meadow', this line is in iambic pentameter because it has five 'feet', each of which is an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable (the lambs /are joy/ous in /the mead/ow).