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Ancient CivilizationsÖtzi The Iceman
World HistoryThe Arab Caliphate
Who are the Atlanteans?
Atlantis died more than 350 thousand years ago, but part of its population survived until the tenth millennium BC. What did the Atlanteans look like?
Aristotle - The Story of The Great Philosopher
Aristotle's influence on Western thought in the humanities and social sciences is considered incomparable, alongside the contributions of his teacher Plato and Plato's teacher Socrates.
The Great Mughals were an empire created by the Turks after conquering India and the lands around it in the 16th century. The Mughal Empire was an extremely rich country. Its sultans wallow in opulence.
Mythology: The Rise and Fall of Babylon
Babylon is the oldest city in the ancient world. It was located on the side of the Euphrates River. Rise and fall and legends of Babylon. The Bible and the Babylonians.
The History of the Roman Empire
The ancient Roman Empire can be an example of an integrity that so many people managed to maintain for an extremely long time. The history of the Roman Empire.
The Life of the Ancient Greeks
All the areas covering the Mediterranean region in antiquity are known as ancient Greece. The population of these areas spoke the ancient Greek language and called themselves Hellenes.
Who are the Franks?
In the 5th century, barbaric Germanic tribes invaded the lands of the Western Roman Empire and settled in these places. These are the Franks. Undisputed peak in the history of the state of the Franks is the reign of Charlemagne.
Christopher Columbus - Facts, Voyages and Discoveries
When we talk about the Great Geographical Discoveries made by European navigators during the Middle Ages, the 15th-18th centuries, the first name that comes to mind is - Christopher Columbus.
The Myth of the Punishment of Tantalus
Who was Tantalus and by whose will was he punished? Here's what mythology says about this inhabitant of ancient Greece.
The Legend of the Kingdom of Hades
At the entrance to the Underworld live Sorrow, Anxiety, Diseases and Old Age. Accompanying them are also Fear, Hunger, Death (Thanatos), Agony and Sleep.