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  • Plato's philosophy that governments constantly change has wrung true throughout history. This article looks at the social causes of the rise of the tyranny of dictatorships.

    Tyrannical Dictators—Rule of One!

    Tyrannical Dictators—Rule of One!

    by ata15150

  • The English language is a fertile place for those who play with words; William Shakespeare, Lewis Carroll, and even Marshall McLuhan found puns irresistible.

    The Ancient Humour of Puns

    The Ancient Humour of Puns

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • Medieval medicine was based largely on inaccurate theories like humorism and sympathetic magic. Many of the herbs and techniques used were as deadly as the illness.

    Medieval Remedies

    Medieval Remedies

    by Jenna Ivy0

  • Every military commander to follow him in history has revered Alexander the Great. He is the standard by which every conqueror has not only been judged by historians but also by themselves.

    Alexander the Great: Military Genius or God

    Alexander the Great: Military Genius or God

    by Anita Smith12

  • Vlad III Dracula was known after his death as Vlad the Impaler (Tepes) and had a reputation of being an evil and sadistic madman who resorted to unusual, brutal and bizarre methods of killing his victims. What was Vlad really like as a ruler and warlord?

    Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia: Evil Villain or Hero?

    Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia: Evil Villain or Hero?

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns42

  • Poe was a master at reaching out to awaken the deepest emotions in others by shedding light on his own sorrows. Poe expressed the deepest love and deeper sorrows that was very much a part of himself.

    The Loves and Sorrows of Edgar Allan Poe

    The Loves and Sorrows of Edgar Allan Poe

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns30

  • When we think of the ancient Romans as historical; an ancient people from the past. But we often forget that the Romans had an entire history of their own filled with rich traditions.

    Roman Historiography: The History of Roman History

    Roman Historiography: The History of Roman History

    by Christy Kirwan4

  • The medieval jester grew out of ancient traditions of the comic actor. Many diverses cultures around the world have had some form of the jester, but the medieval court jester is the most iconic.

    History of the Medieval Jester

    History of the Medieval Jester

    by bewhuebner15

  • Feminism in the 21st Century is a mix of many different feminist beliefs. From the influence of the first movement that took root in 1840 to present times, the end-state goal of the women’s movement has not strayed from its intense desire to...

    The Rise of Feminism

    The Rise of Feminism

    by Sherri Tuck5

  • He was a man of the west. His history recounts bravery, daring, keen observation, business acumen, and many other characteristics. But when it comes to his adventures in Arizona, gold led to failure.

    Buffalo Bill Cody and Arizona Gold

    Buffalo Bill Cody and Arizona Gold

    by John R Wilsdon0

  • For thousands of years, our ancestors hesitated on the fringes of the European continent, seemingly unable to penetrate this frozen frontier. But an important cultural and technological revolution changed all that. Humans entered Europe...and they discovered a land of plenty: vast swathes of windswept grassland, teeming with megafauna...

    The European Megafauna

    The European Megafauna

    by James Kenny14

  • A century after the start of the Great War in 1914, debate still goes on about whether Allied generals were incompetent buffoons or have been unfairly criticized.

    The Terrible Generals of the Great War

    The Terrible Generals of the Great War

    by Rupert Taylor2

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  • The Effingham hospital fire on the night of April 4, 1949, was the second largest in United States history, with a total of 77 fatalities. The tragedy resulted in a nationwide overhaul of hospital fire safety regulations thereafter.

    The 1949 St. Anthony Hospital Fire in Effingham, Illinois

    The 1949 St. Anthony Hospital Fire in Effingham, Illinois

    by KT Dunn3

  • At one time the Greek god Cronus was the supreme deity of the Greek pantheon, he was though, usurped by his own son Zeus, and relegated to the periphery of religion in Ancient Greece.

    The Titan God Cronus in Greek Mythology

    The Titan God Cronus in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • The farmers involved in Shays’ Rebellion and other similar gatherings throughout Massachusetts found their inspiration in the leaders of the American Revolution.

    American Revolution Inspired Shays Rebellion

    American Revolution Inspired Shays Rebellion

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • In ancient Israel, Egypt, and Mesopotamia, few virtues were more respected and revered than wisdom. While its exact definition varied from culture to culture, it was nevertheless an ideal in which to aspire to, and those possessing it exhibited...

    The Pursuit of Wisdom in Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Israel

    The Pursuit of Wisdom in Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Israel

    by Jason Reuter5

  • There’s a mariner’s graveyard in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence that rivals the Bermuda Triangle for lives lost, without being a manufactured mystery.

    Magdalen Islands Shipwrecks

    Magdalen Islands Shipwrecks

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Festubert was a relatively short but bloody battle that took place from May 15th-25th, 1915 in the Ypres salient. In the end, less than a kilometer was gained by the Allies. A more fruitless battle in the entire war would be hard to identify.

    WW1 Battles - Battle of Festubert May 15th-25th, 1915

    WW1 Battles - Battle of Festubert May 15th-25th, 1915

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • Edwin Booth, the great Shakespearean actor, achieved his fame through tragedy. Ironically, the tragic assassination of President Lincoln by his younger brother nearly undermined his success.

    Edwin Booth: 19th Century Tragic Actor

    Edwin Booth: 19th Century Tragic Actor

    by Brian Lokker6

  • Writing- the symbolic representation of spoken language- and its development represents a major turning point in the intellectual evolution of humans, and made our modern society posssible.

    The Origins Of Writing

    The Origins Of Writing

    by James Kenny44

  • Liubo was once one of the most popular games in China, played by men and women alike. Recent discoveries are telling us more about this ancient game.

    The Mysterious Game of Liubo

    The Mysterious Game of Liubo

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt1

  • Thomas Edison ranks as one of the greatest inventors that has walked the face of the earth. He is responsible for inventing many of the creature comforts we have come to enjoy in our daily lives.

    The Inventor Thomas Alva Edison

    The Inventor Thomas Alva Edison

    by Doug West0

  • Rosemary Kennedy, the little known and sometimes forgotten Kennedy lived in a place known as St. Coletta of Wisconsin for most of her life. Brain damaged by a botched lobotomy at the very young age of 23, she needed lifetime care afterwards. My son worked at St. Coletta for over three years while in college, and I remember the day he came home to visit for the weekend and told us that the most famous resident of St. Coletta, Rosemary Kennedy, had passed away.

    Rosemary Kennedy and St. Coletta School for Exceptional Children of Wisconsin

    Rosemary Kennedy and St. Coletta School for Exceptional Children of Wisconsin

    by KathyH17

  • James Monroe was a Founding Father of the United States who served as the fifth President of the United States from 1817 to 1825. Monroe was the last president of the Virginia dynasty, and his presidency ushered in what is known as the Era of Good Feelings.

    James Monroe Biography: Fifth President of the United States

    James Monroe Biography: Fifth President of the United States

    by Doug West3

  • Using brilliant tactics and extraordinary engineering feats, Alexander the Great created an empire that spanned five time zones and three continents.

    Alexander the Great: Life and Legacy

    Alexander the Great: Life and Legacy

    by Anonemuss12

  • Goldilocks (often with three bears) seems like a simple story for children, but it has pretty interesting history and many surprising variations.

    The History Behind the Story of Goldilocks

    The History Behind the Story of Goldilocks

    by Tolovaj Publishing House61

  • Richard Nixon was the thirty-seventh President of the United States, in office between 1969 and 1974. Nixon had to resign due to the Watergate scandal and cover-up.

    Richard Nixon–An Embattled President

    Richard Nixon–An Embattled President

    by Doug West2

  • Verdun would become one of the largest and bloodiest battles of the First World War and a symbol to the horrors of trench warfare as the fate of France hung in the balance between victory and defeat.

    Verdun: Road to Slaughter on the French Frontier 1916

    Verdun: Road to Slaughter on the French Frontier 1916

    by Mark Caruthers0

  • A massive German army, supported by over 3000 tanks and almost as many aircraft invaded the Soviet Union on the 22nd June 1941. Ultimately, this invasion would decide the outcome of the war.

    World War II: Operation Barbarossa

    World War II: Operation Barbarossa

    by James Kenny35

  • Japan and Europe did not have any direct contact with one another during the medieval ages, but they still developed very similar feudal systems. Warriors dominated the society and are bound by codes of ethics and obedience to their Lords. The main...

    Short Comparison of Chivalry and Bushido

    Short Comparison of Chivalry and Bushido

    by sszukala12

  • In 1878 the great powers of Europe (and the world) of that time met in Berlin to decide to fate of the Balkan region. It is an important treaty that had its impact in the history of the world.

    Congress of Berlin (1878)

    Congress of Berlin (1878)

    by Raj Singh3

  • Science did not have the power that superstition had over Medieval society. The unknown allowed superstition to fill in the gaps and give explanations for events: “a belief or practice resulting from ignorance, fear of the unknown, trust in magic...

    Superstition and Medieval Medicine

    Superstition and Medieval Medicine

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • The Judgement of Paris was a decision given by the Trojan Prince, Paris, in Greek Mythology. The decision was the answer to the question who was the most beautiful of all the goddesses.

    The Judgement of Paris in Greek Mythology

    The Judgement of Paris in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain2

  • Greek mythology is often simply thought of in terms of the fights with monsters or the fighting between mortals. Many stories of Ancient Greece though were about relationships between gods and mortals

    Danae and Zeus: A Love Story From Greek Mythology

    Danae and Zeus: A Love Story From Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • The Tudor Period of English history was, by and large, a time of relative prosperity and peace, but periodic rebellions still popped up to irritate, and sometimes endanger the monarchs.

    Causes of the Tudor Rebellions

    Causes of the Tudor Rebellions

    by Christy Kirwan3

  • Immigration from Italy and the rest of Europe beginning in the 1950s for 50 years hence is known as THE SECOND WAVE of European Immigration. America was not even 100 years old yet in 1850!

    Italian Immigration to America in the 1850s

    Italian Immigration to America in the 1850s

    by Patty Inglish41

  • What was life really like for servants like those in Downton Abbey? What rights did they have? What impact did technological developments have of the servant class?

    The True Story of Life Below Stairs

    The True Story of Life Below Stairs

    by Ruthbro3

  • Austro-Hungarian armies lost their battles in 1914 in a bloody and lopsided fashion, and then ultimately lost the Great War. The reasons behind this are explored below.

    The Austro-Hungarian Army in 1914

    The Austro-Hungarian Army in 1914

    by Ryan Thomas2

  • City life in Renaissance Florence, Italy provided the unique social and political environment necessary for so many talented artists to display their gifts so completely. Here's how.

    Artisan Culture in Renaissance Florence

    Artisan Culture in Renaissance Florence

    by Christy Kirwan5

  • Throughout Robert Paxton’s The Anatomy of Fascism, the author argues that fascism can be best defined through the actions of fascist movements, rather than through the words of fascist leaders.

    Review: The Anatomy of Fascism

    Review: The Anatomy of Fascism

    by J Schatzel0

  • After over five years of war and more than 55 million deaths, the most feared empire in modern history met its end in Berlin. At its center was the paranoid, drug-transformed emperor, Adolf Hitler.

    Berlin April 1945 : The Devil's Cauldron

    Berlin April 1945 : The Devil's Cauldron

    by Mark Caruthers3

  • Eilley's dream home all too soon filled with sadness and her happy life had changed to one of sorrow and loneliness.

    Eilley Bowers' Mansion of Sorrows

    Eilley Bowers' Mansion of Sorrows

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns19

  • On August 3, 1492 Christopher Columbus along with the 88 members of his crew and their families attended Mass in the Church of St. George the Martyr in the Andalusian town of Palos de la Frontera on the southern coast of Spain. Here they prayed...

    The First Voyage of  Christopher Columbus

    The First Voyage of Christopher Columbus

    by Chuck Nugent5

  • She is the very last of the legendary liners and the final holder of the Blue Riband Speed Record. The SS United States Conservancy is fighting hard to perserve the ship for future generations.

    Whatever Happened to the SS United States?

    Whatever Happened to the SS United States?

    by Jason Ponic8

  • Bartholomew "Black Bart' Roberts although not the most famous pirate of the seven seas was certainly the most prolific pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy. He became a pirate not by choice but by force; however, he embraced his new career with fervor when he became captain of his own ship. Although he was a religious man, having a clergy man on board his ship, he was often cruel in his dealings with captives. Read on to discover more facts about Black Bart the Pirate.

    Facts on Pirate "Black Bart" Roberts

    Facts on Pirate "Black Bart" Roberts

    by Teresa Coppens7

  • In the progress of human civilization, two major historical trends have been consequential: the transition to agriculture, and the industrial revolution. These two major events are primarily responsible for certain regions and societies becoming wealthier and more powerful than others. Human progress and advancement continues with ongoing improvements in technology and science.

    Human Civilization, Progress and Advancement

    Human Civilization, Progress and Advancement

    by secularist1029

  • Three generations of the Kim family have governed North Korea with iron-fisted control for almost 70 years.

    North Korea’s Kim Family

    North Korea’s Kim Family

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • "Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use." Those who assume that the first lady of etiquette was a proper person from a privileged background would...

    Emily Post: Society, Scandal, and Etiquette

    Emily Post: Society, Scandal, and Etiquette

    by Seabastian2

  • Ask any grade school student in New York or Chicago what City is the capital of California; most would likely say Los Angeles or San Francisco. As amazing as it may seem, however, the Capitol of California is the City of Sacramento.  Located within...

    Why Sacramento Is The Capital Of California

    Why Sacramento Is The Capital Of California

    by bgpappa44

  • The experiment to ban alcohol in the United States sparked a creative explosion as people found ingenious ways of subverting the law.

    Rum Row Ships During Prohibition

    Rum Row Ships During Prohibition

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • A look at Lincoln's family through significant photos taken by the Alexander Garder and Mathew Brady throughput his life from his pre-president days to surviving sons after his death.

    Pictures of Abraham Lincoln and His Family

    Pictures of Abraham Lincoln and His Family

    by Melvin Porter8

  • Despite being a top secret base, Area 51 is a household name, thanks to numerous conspiracy theories involving military jets, UFOs and advanced technology. Here's a brief history of this "secret" base

    The Not-So Secret History of  Area 51

    The Not-So Secret History of Area 51

    by Dean Traylor0

  • Self-proclaimed Emperor Norton I, "Emperor of these United States and Protector of Mexico" was a character who was probably tolerated only because of the prosperity following the gold rush.

    Who Was Emperor Norton?  San Francisco History Bits

    Who Was Emperor Norton? San Francisco History Bits

    by Liz Elias20

  • Britain's “New Army” was an army of volunteers organized by Secretary of State for War Lord Kitchener. The first time New Army divisions fought was at the Battle of Loos. It didn't go well.

    About World War 1: The Corpse Field of Loos

    About World War 1: The Corpse Field of Loos

    by David Hunt20

  • During the 1800s, Oklahoma was a wild and rugged place, full of outlaws and almost devoid of law. These treasure tales from Oklahoma tell the story of a number of outlaw treasure gained and then lost again. Somewhere in the heart of Oklahoma lies several million dollars of buried loot.

    Three Fascinating Tales of Buried Treasure in Oklahoma

    Three Fascinating Tales of Buried Treasure in Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge4

  • From cave paintings to the Internet, the development of the media has been one of bringing information to larger audiences faster.

    A Short History of Media

    A Short History of Media

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Discover the lives of three ancient queens who changed the course of history: Hatshepsut of Ancient Egypt, Olympias of Macedonia, and Amanirenas of Kush.

    Three Awesome Ancient Queens

    Three Awesome Ancient Queens

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt0

  • There are many tales of Pancho Villa's exploits. The Mexican bandit and revolutionary was bigger-than-life. He was skilled at raising money for his army, and reputedly equally adept at hiding it.

    Pancho Villa's Treasures

    Pancho Villa's Treasures

    by John R Wilsdon1

  • The other day, as I was surfing through pictures of medieval torture devices (don't ask), I kept noticing that many such tools were invented by, or at least used in, the Spanish Inquisition. Soon I found myself jumping from one site to another...

    Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

    Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

    by JamesRay49

  • Who is Perseus? Perseus is a hero of ancient Greek mythology who slew dragons--the Gorgon, Medusa, and the sea serpent, Cetus. He married Andromeda after rescuing her from Cetus.

    Who Is Perseus? Ancient Greek Dragon Slayer

    Who Is Perseus? Ancient Greek Dragon Slayer

    by Catherine Giordano11

  • "Stone Carvings of Cambodia" is a hub about the world-famous Khmer stone carvings, their history, and the culture that gave rise to them. Also discussed in this hub are the rise and fall of Angkor and Angkor Wat.

    Stone Carvings of Cambodia

    Stone Carvings of Cambodia

    by truefaith713

  • The loss of Native American culture is perhaps one of the greatest tragedies America has every known. Below I will briefly explore one of their beautiful traditions and its history.

    The Cleansing Traditions of Native Americans

    The Cleansing Traditions of Native Americans

    by IrisUnveiled0

  • The political leaders of the young country, the United States of America, came from a level of society that would be called in today’s words ‘upper-class’. They had wealth and were given quality education. They made up a small percentage of...

    Andrew Jackson as a Common Man

    Andrew Jackson as a Common Man

    by Rebecca Graf1

  • Watergate was a major political scandal that rocked the 1970s. Starting with a break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters and ultimately leading to the downfall of President Nixon.

    Watergate: The Scandal That Brought Down a President

    Watergate: The Scandal That Brought Down a President

    by Doug West2

  • The sinking of a British naval vessel gave rise to the notion that men should be the last into lifeboats even if it means sacrificing their lives. But this doesn't happen that often.

    Women and Children First: The Origin of the Myth

    Women and Children First: The Origin of the Myth

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • The prison experience for women differs from that of men, mainly caused by separation from children. Still, small day-to-day acts of compassion can help ease the ongoing sense of despair and anguish.

    The Lives and Sufferings of Women in Prison

    The Lives and Sufferings of Women in Prison

    by Colleen Swan64

  • Smithfield is an area of London known for its famous meat markets and quaint old streets and buildings. But did you know it was also where executions took place and heretics burned at the stake?

    Famous Executions at Smithfield

    Famous Executions at Smithfield

    by CMHypno12

  • The wedding cake is the showpiece of any modern wedding. Elaborately decorated and often costing thousands of dollars, the bride's cake is one of the key features of the wedding reception. For as long as people have celebrated special occasions,...

    A Brief History of Wedding Cakes - Traditional to Contemporary

    A Brief History of Wedding Cakes - Traditional to Contemporary

    by Seabastian15

  • Algeria was colonized for 130 years by the French, an experience that deeply marked both Algerians, French, and a host of different people in between.

    Identity and Imperialism in Algeria

    Identity and Imperialism in Algeria

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • Cattle Annie and Little Britches are mostly forgotten in western history, but not in Oklahoma and Indian Territories. There, they were thee two most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun.

    "Little Britches" and "Cattle Annie"

    "Little Britches" and "Cattle Annie"

    by John Young6

  • One of the most famous "nonconformist" of all time, Galileo was a rebel. Hence, he suffered the slings and arrows of daring to think differently, holding different beliefs from those of the masses.

    Biography of Galileo Galilei

    Biography of Galileo Galilei

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD8

  • Ramesses II was not born to rule Egypt, but when his family was selected for the task, he proved to be one of the best leaders of all time and has the artifacts to prove it.

    Ramasses II: Egypt's Greatest Pharaoh

    Ramasses II: Egypt's Greatest Pharaoh

    by Anita Smith1

  • The old expression to “set a thief to catch a thief” certainly applied to Jonathan Wild, who prowled the streets of London in the 18th century operating on both sides of the law.

    Jonathan Wild—Thief Taker

    Jonathan Wild—Thief Taker

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Captain Henry Morgan was such a successful pirate, or rather privateer, that even a famous beverage has been named after him. Having defeated Spain, his name will always stand in infamy.

    Captain Henry Morgan and the Maracaibo Raid

    Captain Henry Morgan and the Maracaibo Raid

    by Angela Michelle Schultz6

  • The pope is supposed to be the man closest to God but what have we here? A history of debauchery, blood lust, unholy fornication, jealousy, murder, and nihilism? These men could compete and win as the world's biggest sleezemongers on any reality TV show.

    Popes Gone Wild: What the Catholic Church Would Rather You Forget

    Popes Gone Wild: What the Catholic Church Would Rather You Forget

    by Theophanes120

  • The most efficient branch of the U.S. Army in World War II was the artillery. 20 years of innovations between the wars helped make it the best in the world.

    Artillery Innovations in WWII

    Artillery Innovations in WWII

    by CJ Kelly6

  • Within ten short years Florence Maybrick went from Alabama heiress to convicted English murderess. Accused of poisoning her British husband, James Maybrick, she received a notoriously unfair trial. In a further twist, her tragic story is now linked to the mysterious identity of Jack the Ripper.

    Florence Maybrick: Innocent or Guilty?

    Florence Maybrick: Innocent or Guilty?

    by Ann Carney0

  • If this old warship could talk, the stories she could tell. As the last dreadnaught still afloat, USS Texas is fighting the biggest battle of her life, age. The old girl's future remains unknown.

    What You Didn't Know About the Battleship Texas

    What You Didn't Know About the Battleship Texas

    by Jason Ponic3

  • It all began in the 19th century ... when you think of beer, think of Ohio. The Buckeye State (especially in Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus) has its own history for brewing beer and ale.

    History of Beer Breweries in Ohio

    History of Beer Breweries in Ohio

    by Teri Silver0

  • Cats have endeared themselves to famous creative people throughout history. Discover some of the writers, inventors, philosophers and solitaries they've inspired.

    Famous Cat Lovers in History

    Famous Cat Lovers in History

    by FlourishAnyway128

  • List of terms covered in this article are: Mastaba, stepped pyramid, obelisks , serdab, battered walls, pylon towers, propylon, pyramids, covetto, cornices, lotus, papyrus palm and more.

    Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture

    Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture

    by Mugdha0

  • The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon, 1898 King Arthur is perhaps the most well-known subject in Anglophone literature. Not many other legends that originated over a millennium ago are still told as frequently and with such gusto today. But, what...

    The Evolution of King Arthur

    The Evolution of King Arthur

    by Carolyn Emerick27

  • A mystic perceives spiritual realities that lay beyond the realm of ordinary human consciousness. True mystics are few in number and modern mystics even scarcer. Caryll Houselander is one such modern mystic.

    A Modern Mystic: Caryll Houselander

    A Modern Mystic: Caryll Houselander

    by Bede4

  • A brief article outlining the history of the Little Entente.

    The Little Entente

    The Little Entente

    by nomenklatura0

  • The battle for Africa became more than just a battle on paper or on a distant map. It spread out from Europe to upturn a continent and create problems that would last for generations. The worst influence of all was that of King Leopold II of Belgium...

    King Leopold the Poster Child of European Colonialism in Africa

    King Leopold the Poster Child of European Colonialism in Africa

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Explore Ancient Greece through fun, hands-on activities your homeschoolers or classroom students will love. Learn about the Gods, myths, geography and geometry. Come step back to Greeks of Old...

    Ancient Greece: A Unit Study

    Ancient Greece: A Unit Study

    by Evelyn Saenz31

  • Oppressive regimes. Peasants uprising. The rush of victory. The 20th century was a time of mass upheaval all over the world, where working class peoples demanded more from their governments and took up arms to get it. In Russia and Mexico, the story...

    Goals and Outcomes of the Russian and Mexican Revolutions

    Goals and Outcomes of the Russian and Mexican Revolutions

    by MasonZgoda5

  • There are quite a few fun facts about Roman law that are not very well recognized today. Some of them are actually less fun on account of the severity of the punishment certain crimes received.

    Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment

    Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment

    by Haunty10

  • The Ainu are generally viewed as peripheral to Japanese history, but in reality, they were engaged in cultural, economic, and environmental exchanges with Japan that were very historically relevant.

    Importance of the Ainu People in Japanese History

    Importance of the Ainu People in Japanese History

    by Christy Kirwan4

  • The telephone is an amazing piece of technology that has shaped our lives in more ways than we can possibly imagine. It is such a common item today that we barely even think about it - we just take for granted that we will have access to a...

    A History of the Telephone System in the UK: 1875-1914

    A History of the Telephone System in the UK: 1875-1914

    by melissiaoliver3

  • According to Wikipedia, H.G. Wells wrote: "In the history of the world there have been thousands of kings and emperors who call themselves "their highnesses," "their majesties", and "their exalted majesties" and so on. They shone for a brief...

    Ashok: A Short Biography of Ashoka the Great of India

    Ashok: A Short Biography of Ashoka the Great of India

    by larryfreeman123

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