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Hayden Chakra

Avid historian, book reader, antique enthusiast, coffee obsessed.

Iberia and Al-Andalus at The End of The 15th Century

By the end of the 15th century, the Granada Emirate remained the only Muslim state of Al-Andalus (the Arabic name of Iberia). Other Muslim...

The Discovery of America

The discovery of America is an event as a result of which for the inhabitants of the Old World (Europe) a new part of...

Arab Conquest of the Iberian Peninsula

The Arab rulers of the Maghreb did not have a well-thought-out plan for the conquest of West Gothic Hispania. In fact, most of the...

Arab Conquest of North Africa

The first invasion The first officially organized invasion of North Africa by the Caliphate began in 647. After leaving Medina, 20,000 Arabs joined in Memphis...

Arab Conquest of Persia – Sassanian Empire

The Arab conquest of Sassanian Iran took place in the middle of the 7th century and put an end to the existence of the...

The Famous Medieval Arabic Conquests

The first invasion It began with the conquest of the Middle East. Byzantium lost the Levant, and the Sassanid state lost Mesopotamia. The confrontation with Byzantium...

Medieval and Modern History of Latvia

In the VII century, Scandinavian settlements appeared in western Latvia in Kurzeme. In the VIII century, the population of Latvia from dugouts moved to the...

Modern History of Estonia – Livonian War and Swedish Rule

In the 16th century, the Livonian Confederation, the Russian Kingdom, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL), the Swedish and Danish kingdoms entered into a...

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