Well there have been four major ice ages the earliest was around 2.7 to 2.3 billion years ago during the early Proterozoic Eon.
You should specify what war you are referring. I assume that you mean the Second Punic war. The Romans adopted tactics that partially neutralised the vast superiority of Hannibal’s great military genius and of his cavalry. They also found in READ MORE
It all depends on who “he” was.
The Sumerians used a plant called papyrus to weave paper. The Sumerians used the paper to record stuff such as records and letters. The word paper actually comes from papyrus
The Egyptians farmed, fished, traded goods, built cities from stone, waged war, created the first paper, and mummified their dead.
It thrived in the Indus Valley.
Adrianople 378 CE.
Check out this website: http://www.authenticwonders.com/Wonders/gardens.html Or this one, from The History Channel: http://www.history.com/minisites/sevenwonders