Apollo- The Roman God of Sun, Music and Prophecy

Top 10 Ancient Roman Gods

The Roman Pantheon of Gods is considered to be the strongest among all. Romans apparently have God for every imaginable thing. They have Mars-The God of War, Neptune-The God of Sea, Bacchus-The God of Wine, and much more. Like every culture, they also have a rich and vibrant mythological background. If some are the adaptations of Greek Gods, then some … Read more >>

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The 10 Interesting Facts You Might Not Know about the Colosseum

The Roman Colosseum is a building that often provokes debate. While we all know what it looks like, what it was used for, and that it’s a huge and amazing structure, most of us do not know much more about it. So the question is, why is the amphitheater regarded as such a masterpiece? 10. The Colosseum Was Built by … Read more >>

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Epic of Gilgamesh: Summary in 10 Interesting Points

The Epic of Gilgamesh stands out as one of the earliest-known pieces of writings in human history. It is an epic poem which narrates the story of the life of a man named Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh was the King of Uruk, a majestic Sumerian city that is located in present-day Iraq. This historic piece of poetic literature actually predates Homer’s earliest … Read more >>

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Top 10 Outstanding World War 1 Generals

The First World War, also known as the Great War which lasted from 1914 to 1918, saw one of the deadliest mass destruction of human lives. The war was led by tough generals on both the sides, who devised strategies and displayed a tremendous amount of courage to lead their troops. Some of them gained respect for their sharp battle … Read more >>

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Top 10 Inventions of Mayan Civilization

The ancient Mayan civilization existed in the milieu of present day Mexico and Central America from 2600 BC till the Spanish success in the sixteenth century. Considered a piece of the Mesoamerican human progress, which included various indigenous societies in the district, the Mayans made most prestigious discoveries in sectors of science and cosmology that enabled them to make a … Read more >>

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Top 10 Deadliest Weapons of World War 1

The First World War, also known as the Great War saw the use of some of the deadliest weapons known to humankind during that period of time. Europeans entered the war expecting cavalry charges and infantry carrying bayonets like older times, but reality was far different when the continent woke up to face U boats, machine guns, lethal chemicals and … Read more >>

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Top 10 Deadliest Weapons of World War 2

Second World War is considered as the most widespread and most terrifying war in the history of mankind. There were more 100 million people from over 30 countries involved directly or indirectly. There were more than 60 million casualties. One of the major reasons for such mass destruction was the deadliest weapons used in the Second World War as it … Read more >>

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The 10 Major Battles of World War II

The Second World War (1939–1945) was one of the deadliest events in the history of mankind. The war that claimed over 60 million lives across the globe saw many battles resulting in huge bloodshed on all sides. Some lasted for minutes while others went on for months and even years. Here is a list of the 10 major battles fought … Read more >>

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Top 10 Contributions of Aristotle

Born in 384 BC in Stagira, a small town on the northern coast of Greece, Aristotle’s is arguably one of the most well-known figures in the history of ancient Greece. He was a popular pupil of famous ancient Greek philosopher Plato. But unlike Plato and Socrates, Aristotle displayed an instinct to conclude about his study of nature using scientific and … Read more >>