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12 June, 2020 - 22:15
The Monumental Fall of Babylon: What Really Shattered the Empire?
The fall of Babylon is a historical event that occurred in 539 BC. This event saw the conquest of Babylon by the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great and marked the end of the Neo-Babylonian...
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21 November, 2019 - 18:13
The Battle That Inspired The Marathon
The Battle of Marathon was a pivotal battle in the Graeco-Persian Wars. This battle took place in August or September 490 BC. During the battle, the Athenians and their Plataean allies successfully...
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21 November, 2018 - 13:57
Wild Success and Deplorable Failure: The Cursed Reign of Heraclius, Byzantine Emperor
The reign of Heraclius, the Byzantine emperor from 610 to 641, reads like a series of disasters that continued to be visited on his heirs. In between the disasters he had some successes, but he and...
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21 February, 2018 - 18:38
After 300: The Posthumous Vengeance of King Leonidas of Sparta
Mythologically descended from the hero Herakles, the Agiad dynasty of ancient Sparta reigned alongside the Eurypontids almost since the beginning of the city-state. When war was on the borders of...
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7 January, 2017 - 21:56
The Monumental Temple of Hibis: Memories of Glory Days by the Last Egyptian Pharaoh of Kemet
Nectanebo II is known as the last native ruler of ancient Egypt; Persians and the ancestors of Alexander the Great took over after his reign. Although these circumstances led to Nectanebo II being...
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25 October, 2014 - 14:00
The quest to recover the fallen soldiers of Marathon
The battle of Marathon took place by the end of summer 490 BC just 42 km or 26 miles northeast of Athens on a plan surrounded by hills and the sea. It is one of the earliest recorded battles thanks...
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2 July, 2014 - 03:44
The Ancient City of Assos and its Strange Flesh-Eating Sarcophagi
The flesh-eating sarcophagi located in the ancient city of Assos in Turkey are so named due to the unusual discovery that the bodies inside the tombs disintegrate at a very rapid rate, according to a...
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