In the course of human evolution, at a certain point in time, the idea of living in a group with mutual understanding and dependency became a very useful and practical lifestyle. From such small isolated groups, communities were formed. Then came the societies which in due time became a civilization. How the human mentality and psychology led to this huge change is still a popular topic among the historians and anthropologist, and a major discussion for another day. For now, let’s talk about some of the oldest civilizations to have ever existed in the world. We are talking about the civilizations that we know, as fact, existed for real, unlike the ones that are shrouded by myths and beliefs (Atlantis, Lemuria and Rama civilizations to [&hellip

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Hannibal was born in 247 B.C in North Africa. He was one of the greatest military general of the ancient world, who lead the Carthaginian army. He was widely known for his strategy of out taking and surrounding the enemy with a combined forced of infantry and cavalry. Rome and Carthaginian were enemy before the Hannibal. The first conflict between the roman and Carthage result the first Punic war in Sicily. It lasted for over 20 years, where Carthaginian surrendered Rome. The conflict is mainly for the trade control of Mediterranean. Hamilcar Barca was about to carry his troops to the Spain, where Hannibal first beg him to take with him. He was 9-year-old at that time. Hannibal grow up with the Hamilcar’s army where he was [&hellip

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Through the different civilizations that existed in the human history, each age and era had certain social aspects that made them stand apart from each other. One of such aspects, and a far important one, is the popular clothes and dress of the people used to wear in each respective culture that lived within those civilizations. And when it comes to the famous clothes in ancient Greece, there were quite a few dresses that were not only popular back in the ancient times, but also have had an impact in the subsequent cultures that branched out from the ancient Greek civilization. People in ancient Greece wore clothes that were home-weaved and quite often very colorful, and one look could tell that those clothes were much influenced [&hellip

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The ancient world of Egypt was known for it’s prodigious culture, the ever standing pyramids and the sphinx, the Pharaohs and the once a majestic civilization that resided by the banks of the river Nile. And when it comes to the what culinary habits of the people in ancient Egypt, it is doubtless that they ate much better than people in any other ancient civilization of the world, even more so if the same timeline is considered for comparison. Much of the information about what the ancient Egyptians ate and drank comes from pictures on tomb walls, offering trays and foods left in the tombs, as well as a few scrolls of hieroglyphic writing that show further insight on the matter. . Most common of [&hellip

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Civilization in Egypt holds many facts which are hidden within themselves and are never revealed. The great land along the banks of Nile has been extraordinarily mentioned in the modern as well as the ancient history. Around 3100BC, after the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, Pharaoh was the supreme for the rituals which were carried out. Egyptian deities were worshipped by the people and were considered as the form of nature that they should not make angry. So what were these natural forms which the population of ancient Egypt used to worship and offer their prayers. Lets’ view at the surface to the top 10 worshipped ancient gods of Egyptian Civilization. 1. AMUN-Ra “The Hidden One”   Pic Credit : derestricted.com As Zeus in [&hellip

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