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King Pyrrhus, a great military leader who hasn’t lost a battle or won a war

Probably everyone has heard the expression “Pyrrhic victory”. It came from Pyrrhus, king of Epirus. However, he was not worried…

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Medieval bullying: why Margaret Maultasch went down in history as the ugliest Duchess

Even though in the 21st century, such terms as bullying, abuse, and harassment have become widespread, people have constantly bullied…

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How the Incas, who had no writing, sent messages to each other: What is Quipu

The Incan Empire was the biggest in pre-Columbian America and was known for string-based recording devices called Quipu.

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Who are the ancient Hittites feared by Egypt, Babylon, and Assyria

The Hittites were an Indo-European group that migrated to Anatolia around 2000 BC. After their arrival, they imposed themselves

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How Pharaohs shared power in the Late Period and what is known about last ruler of ancient Egypt

The Late Period is the name given to the last era of the indigenous ancient Egyptian rulers from 664 BC…

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Dahomey Amazons are the most formidable women in history

The Dahomey Amazons are a unique phenomenon in world history because they are the only documented female military unit. This…

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How a ruler of XVI century fought for purity of race and military glory of country

One Austrian, a great lover of order and discipline, by the way, was very depressed by the financial crisis and…

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Years of the disappearance of Lalla Salma, a ghost in Rabat

After Lalla Salma’s stellar takeoff, the bright red-haired princess quickly became a favorite of Western journalists because she, it seems,…

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Queen Victoria of England nearly became Queen of Nigeria due to translation difficulties

Probably few people have not heard of the Victorian era. This time is named in honor of Queen Victoria, who…

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Secrets of ancient clay city of Bam appeared 200 years earlier than Rome

Of course, “Eternal Bam” does not sound as proud and majestic as “Eternal Rome”. But, by its involvement with eternity,…

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Facts about the Byzantine Empire: the cradle of modern Europe

The Byzantine Empire was the dominant Greek-speaking eastern half of the Roman Empire during the Late Antiquity and Middle Ages

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