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Historical FiguresThe History and Empire of Alexander the Great
Persian Empire Rise and Fall
World history knows many significant empires created in antiquity and among them the Persian Empire stands out especially brightly with its brilliance.
The History of Mesopotamia
To Mesopotamia we owe the invention of cultivated agriculture, the wheel, the calendar, numbers, the alphabet and much more. History and facts about Mesopotamia.
The Greatest Empires in History
Of all the empires that have arisen and flourished on the face of this earth, what are the five greatest? How is it even possible to pick five out of the hundreds that have flourished over the past five thousand years?
The History and Empire of Charlemagne
Charlemagne was born on April 2, 747. He was the greatest king of the Franks. He manages to create a state unprecedented in size and power since the time of the Roman Empire, which collapsed three centuries earlier.
The Roman Emperors - Rise and Fall
The Roman Empire was one of the strongest and longest-lasting empires, marking history with significant events. Let's take a look at the most prominent Roman emperors, tracing their rise and fall.
The History of the Huns
The Hunnic tribes are part of the history of the world and more precisely of that of Europe. The Huns appeared on the continent in the 2nd century and in the 5th created their state.
The Life of the Ancient Romans
The ancient Romans celebrated 182 public holidays with theatrical performances during which exotic fruit and dishes were offered.
Ötzi The Iceman
Otzi The Iceman is the name scientists have given to an accidentally discovered mummified corpse of a man who lived 5, 300 years ago. Otzi is the oldest human being fully preserved to this day.
The Arab Caliphate
The theocratic Arab-Muslim state, created as a result of the Arab conquests in the 7th-9th centuries and headed by caliphs, is called the Arab Caliphate in historical chronicles.
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?