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History has seen the rise and fall of some infamous and notorious rulers. They brought about inexplicable horror upon the common people in their thirst for power and recognition. They ruled with an unopposed authority and silenced all possible threats in the most ruthless manner. In modern day, the idea of an insane ruler with absolute power and control over his/her people may sound both unnerving and fascinating at the same time. However, back in the ancient times, almost every major civilization routinely saw the ascension of notorious kings and queens to the throne. These were the people whose infamous names went down in history. Here is a list of top 10 notorious rulers of history.  10. Commodus (Roman Emperor) Commodus was a famous or rather [&hellip

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“The warrior doesn’t win the war by virtue along”.  Ancient military commander leads thousands of their men in the vicious battle and triumphed over their enemy. Their flourishes speech prior to the battle, inspired thousands of their men in the battlefield, which is still invoked by various historians. Ancient Warfare were completely different than modern warfare. Numbers of armies and their strength were the primary factor considered to win the war. Some of the ancient military commander confutes it by showing the inconceivable strategy and tactics in the battlefield that are still adored and appraise by many historians. Here is a list of top 12 Ancient military commanders that are still remembered till today. 12 Tiglath-Pileser III (unknown -727 BC, Assyria) Tiglath-Pileser III was the founder of [&hellip

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  The Earth has a 4.6 billion year history. However, Archaic Homo Sapiens (Modern Humans) evolved between 400,000 and 250,000 years ago. Humans evolved from the family Hominid (great apes), that existed on earth around 20 million years ago. Unlike today, there were different human species that existed on earth. However, the characteristics of these human species are different. Not all species of humans survived the journey. Many of them became extinct. The only species left in the human race is our ancestor Homo Sapiens. The possibility of humans being linked to the apes came after the publication of Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species” in 1859. He first pointed out that, every species has emerged from an earlier one. Later, two scientist Thoman Huley and Richard Owen supported him. Huxley published [&hellip

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Hannibal was born in 247 B.C, in North Africa. He was one of the greatest military generals of the ancient time whom led the Carthaginian army. He was widely known for his strategy of out-thinking and surrounding the enemy with a combined force of infantry and cavalry. Rome and Carthaginian were enemies for a long time. The first conflict between the Roman and Carthage resulted in the first Punic war in Sicily. It lasted for over 20 years, and the Carthaginians surrendered Rome. The conflict was mainly for the trade route control of Mediterranean. Hamilcar Barca was about to carry his troops to Spain, where Hannibal begged him to take with him. He was 9-year-olds at that time. Hannibal grew up with the Hamilcar’s army, where he [&hellip

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