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Battle of the Frigidus 394 AD – Clash Between the East and West

The battle on the Frigidus River is a battle in the eastern Alps between the army of the Eastern Roman Empire under the command...

The Social War – Italian War (91-88 BC)

The Social war was the uprising of the Italian tribes against Rome and the military actions that followed in the territory of Italy in...

The Cimmerians – Ancient People

The Cimmerians are a nomadic Indo-European tribe that invaded Transcaucasia in the second half of the 8th century BC and in the 7th century...

Sicilian Revolt – The Revolt Against the Second Triumvirate

The Sicilian revolt was the Civil war between Sextus Pompey Magnus and the Second Triumvirate 43-36 BC. Sextus Pompey after the defeat at Munde...

History of The Praetorian Guard

The Praetorian Guards are the personal bodyguards of the Emperors of the Roman Empire. The name was used from the time of the Roman...

Mithridates VI (120–63 BC) – King of Pontus and Armenia Minor

Mithridates VI Evpator was the King Pontus who ruled in 120 – 63 BC. He began to expand his possessions, subordinating to his power...

The Interesting Life of Marcus Antonius

Marcus Antonius 83 BC - 30 BC was an ancient Roman politician and commander, participant of the second triumvirate of 43-33 BC. Mark Antony...

The Ancient Kingdom of Lydia (1200–546 BC)

Lydia was an ancient kingdom in Asia Minor 1200 BC - 546 BC. The royal capital of Lydia was Sardis. The whole country had...

Great Roman Civil War 49–45 BC

The civil war in ancient Rome lasted from 49 to 45 BC and was one of the last major internal conflicts in the Roman...

The Rule of Cleopatra VII Philopator

Cleopatra VII 69-30 BC is the last queen of Hellenistic Egypt from the Macedonian Ptolemaic dynasty. She was glorified by the dramatic love story...

History of The Bosporan Kingdom (438 BC – 370 AD)

The Bosporan kingdom is an ancient state in the Northern Black Sea coast on the Kerch Strait. The Kindom was formed about 480 BC...

Theodoric I King of the Visigoths (418-451)

Theodoric I, was King of the Visigoths from 418 to 451. Theodoric I was the son or, more likely, the son-in-law, of Alaric I....

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