A medieval charter is the ancient equivalent of a modern-day will or deed. These charters recorded property, rights and grants. Medieval charters are very detailed. They help present-day historians discern familial relat... More »

Medieval towns and cities began as religious centers that attracted people to them. The largest and most successful towns were located near crossways or rivers where people could easily meet and have ready access to wate... More »

An executor's deed is the deed used by an executor to transfer property to an heir out of the estate of a dead person who had written a will. The presence of the executor helps to prevent problems when future heirs inher... More »

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Answers to "Math With Pizzazz" problems are available both throughout the book sections and in answer keys located in the back of the books. McGraw Hill Education provides samples from "Math With Pizzazz" that includes s... More »

The aftermath of the Peloponnesian War included many different sources of hardship for Greece, which had lost many men and much of its financial resources during the conflict. Greece's most prominent city-states continue... More »

Chegg Study offers online solutions for the "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" textbook. Help with the third, fourth, seventh and ninth editions of "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" is available as of September ... More »

"Z71" refers to a package of optional extras available for vehicles manufactured by General Motors, while "4x4" is used as a shorthand way to describe a four-wheeled vehicle in which all of the wheels are powered by the ... More »