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Cyrus the Great and the Persian Empire
Cyrus the Great and the Persian Empire
13 Sept.
prehistoric era in this Persian region rearing animals and cultivating barely and wheat. The term "Persian Empire" refers to the various ...
Assyria - the First World Empire
Assyria - the First World Empire
02 July
In the 3rd millennium BC arose the small state of Assyria, in what is today Northern Iraq, transforming into the first world empire and changing the ...
The Lost Civilization of Rama
The Lost Civilization of Rama
26 Feb.
, which Rama had dealings with. Life in the Rama civilization The discoveries show that the Rama empire was a highly ...
The Epic Battles That Ended Entire Empires
The Epic Battles That Ended Entire Empires
24 Mar.
Zama marked the end of the Second Punic War and of the centuries-long rule of the Carthaginian Empire. The Roman general won the battle with a clever ...
The Greatest Warrior Women, who Crushed Empires
The Greatest Warrior Women, who Crushed Empires
09 June
frighten children. 2. Boudica Boudica was the ruler of the Celtic kingdom of Norfolk, located in what is Eastern England today. In the year 60 AD, she ...
A Boy Survives 10 Months Without Food and Water
A Boy Survives 10 Months Without Food and Water
07 Nov.
A teenager from Nepal shattered all scientific theories, by staying alive for 10 months without consuming any water or food, while meditating. Ram ...
Tombs of the last days of the Aztecs
Tombs of the last days of the Aztecs
23 Dec.
The ancient tomb of the last days of the Aztec empire have been discovered by archaeologists as a destroyed Pyramid in central Mexico, the AP ...
Scientists: the Golden Fleece Really Did Exist
Scientists: the Golden Fleece Really Did Exist
04 Dec.
, the locals used rams' fleece. The gold dust and particles were caught in them. Then they were picked from the fleece by hand. That is how ...
The Rulers That Even History Forgot
The Rulers That Even History Forgot
06 Feb.
even sure of his exact name. In his time, that name inspired horror. When he ascended the throne he was the head of a small crumbling country but after ...
Five Myths about Genghis Khan
Five Myths about Genghis Khan
16 May
Undoubtedly one of the most controversial historical figures is the founder of the Mongol empire - Genghis Khan. He's been accredited with countless ...
Ecological catastrophe destroyed the Mayan civilization
Ecological catastrophe destroyed the Mayan civilization
27 Feb.
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Despite popular opinion about the destruction of the Mayans by the Spanish Conquistador, their great empire was decayed before Columbus was born, say ...
The most famous Greek myths
The most famous Greek myths
07 Dec.
him children - Friks and Hella. The king tired of the goddess, and he took a new wife, who tried to kill the children. They escaped through a flying ...
The Story of Suleiman the Magnificent
The Story of Suleiman the Magnificent
29 Jan.
Suleiman the Magnificent was one of the greatest rulers of the Ottoman Empire. During his reign, the lands of the Turks sprawled from the walls of ...
The history of the Sumerian civilization
The history of the Sumerian civilization
08 Dec.
created the first empire in the world. He conquered much of Summeria in the middle of the III millennium BC. Summeria was finally captured in 2000 ...
The Rise and Fall of Cleopatra
The Rise and Fall of Cleopatra
17 Mar.
expert political moves led to her becoming one of the most exalted women to ever live. The future ruler of Egypt was born into the family of Ptolemy XII ...

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