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History of the Seleucid Empire – A Fragment of Alexander’s Conquest

War of the Diadochi The Seleucid Empire (312–63 b.c.e.) was the largest of the Hellenistic states that emerged from the conquests of Alexander the Great....

History of The Sassanid Empire – Rome’s Biggest Rivals (224–651 c.e.)

The Sassanid Empire was the last pre-Islamic Iranian dynasty that ruled over a large part of western Asia. Following the Achaemenid dynasty, the Sassanids...

History of Yemen From Ancient Times Until The Rise of Islam

Rise of Yemen Yemen is the state occupying the southwestern part of the Arabian Peninsula. Because of the extensive desert in the interior of the...

10 Oldest Ships in the World Which Have Survived to This Day

list of the 10 oldest ships in the world which have survived to this day without significantly losing their original form. 10.  Gokstad ship 900 CE The Gokstad...

10 Legendary Historical Swords That Actually Exist

1. The Sword of Saint Galgano One night the Archangel Michael appeared in a dream to Sir Galgano and beckoned to him to follow, for the Archangel...

Attila, the Hun (“The Scourge of God”) – King of the Huns

Attila the Hun Born about 400, Attila succeeded a series of Hunnish chieftains of varying degrees of ferocity and efficiency. Attila ruled jointly over the...

Portuguese and Dutch colonization of Malacca

Malacca (Melaka) is a settlement that commands the strategically important Malacca Straits and thus the sea route linking China to the west. The Strait...

Ignatius of Loyola and the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits)

Ignatius of Loyola Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and author of the spiritual classic The Spiritual Exercises, holds a...

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