Most of us are well aware of those astounding heroics of ancient Greek gods. But the goddesses from ancient Greek mythology are none lesser at all both in terms of popularity and symbolic significance. Just like the Olympian gods, most of the ancient Greek goddesses resided in the realms of heavens above mount Olympus (though there were quite a few exceptions too). The goddess too had special powers and could also control specific aspects of life. From the motherly Rhea who dared to trick her own husband to save her children, to the queen of gods Hera or the goddess of wisdom Athena who was much revered by the gods and mortals alike, the ancient Greek goddesses were as much of a divine force to [&hellip

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The stories of gods and goddess from the ancient Greek mythology are immensely popular in pop culture. Their characters were popularized and subsequently immortalized by some famous play writers in ancient Greece that included the likes of Homer and Hesiod. What makes the folklore behind these ancient Greek deities stand apart is the way their stories deviated from that of other contemporary ancient religions. The Greek gods resembled humans not only in their form but also in their nature and emotions. Many of us might remember how Theseus slayed the Minotaur, how Hades would rule the underworld, the wrath Zeus would bring upon others with his mighty thunder and many more – all those exciting stories we read when we were kids. Since the goddesses [&hellip

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In the ancient pre-historic times, people had a rather strong belief in magic and mythology whenever it came to interpreting the world around us. The world as they perceived was largely influenced by the presence of a higher deity. The ancient Greek philosophers bought a refreshing approach to the contemporary philosophical paradigm. They broke away from the tradition of the mythological explanation for the observations they made, and embarked on an interpretation largely based on reasoning and evidence. The ancient Greece saw the rise of a plethora of philosophers. Among these a number of key figures stood out for their seminal work and ideas in philosophy. Their esoteric philosophical ideas on primitive natural science as well as the ethical application of their philosophical values in [&hellip

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War was fought for several reasons in the history. Blood was spatter, kingdoms were destroyed,  peoples were slaughtered. Some battle plays a significant role in the history and often remembered throughout the history. Some battle created a new legend that were appraised by generation. Some of the efficient military tactics are still followed that were originated in the Ancient Battle. The ancient military commander like Alexander the Great, Hannibal proved that there is nothing impossible in the battlefield by showing the brilliant strategy in the battlefield. 14. Battle of Platea (479 BC) Battle Between: Persian and Greek Greek’s Leaders: General Pausanias and Aristides Persian’s Leader: Mardonius Date: August 479 BC Victory:  Greece Location: Plataea, Greece Greek Army: 40,000 men Persian Army: 70,000-120,000 men In the summer [&hellip

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Art has been a part of expression since the evolution of the mankind. The discovery of pre-historic sculptures, cave art suggest that different form of arts were practiced throughout the evolution of mankind. Even though the way of expressing ideas through art was different at that time, it can be predicted that the way of expressing inner emotion through different form of art was existed through the evolution of mankind. It was initially believed that oldest art and partings existed mainly in the Europe. The discovery of the various cave art in Indonesia raised a new question among the Archaeologist. The fascinating sculpture, cave art around the different part of Africa, Indonesia indicate that art was practice widely in different part around the world. Here is [&hellip

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