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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Roman religion was followed from municipal to the individual family. Festival and Ritual were commonly practice and were taken as the occasion of great merriment. Roman had the religion of their own. The general celebration of different festivals were on the farms of the ancient Rome, which is also known as the Farmers year. Every Roman house contains the sacred file, with a belief that the lit fire will protect their family. However, when the fire went out, it was believed that something terrible will happen in the family. Romans had their own gods; Jupiter (Zeus), Juno (Hera), and Minerva (Athena) and many others. During the first century of AD, Romans profoundly copied their from the Greek gods, changing their name and attribute. There was a [&hellip

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Ancient Greece has been one of the greatest civilization to have ever flourished ever since the advent of humans. It had an enormous impact on the subsequent cultures that arose following the fall of the ancient Greeks. When we are talking about the rich history of ancient Greece, it can never be complete without bringing in some of the most famous Greek personalities who have had significant impact then and now. From creating the first of the works in literature, to commencing huge events like the ancient Olympics, to ground-breaking theories and experimentations in mathematics and science,  some of the most influential people in ancient Greece gave us the earliest of concepts in various fields. Here is a list of such top 10 important people [&hellip

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There was a time, when the Roman Empire boasted the most extensive political and social structure in the history of  ancient western civilization. At the peak of its empire in the first and second centuries AD, ancient Rome covered 6.5 million square kilometers of land. The number of inhabitants estimated around 50 to 90 million. Among these inhabitants, time and again, some of the most popular Romans came in the lime light at different ages. Ancient Rome gave rise to famous personalities like Julius Caesar, Cicero, Augustus and many more – Romans that are still remembered. But, it also saw the reign of some notorious emperors such as Nero and Caligula among others, who terror regime, but still send a chill down the spines of historians [&hellip

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