(civilisation in the Indus Valley)
There is no record of Cleopatra’s agenda when she was visiting Italy so there is no way for us to know if she traveled on the Appain way. If she entered Italy at the port of Brundisium, yes, she would READ MORE
They were influenced by Hebrew culture, and became the firstChristian state in sub-Saharan Africa.
People were still called people. Homo Sapiens had evolved at that time. Neanderthals were also alive but dying out if not already extinct.
He is most known in Denmark, as he was found there, 60 metres from solid ground which is highly unusual. Plus he was found with a rope around his neck so people thought he was either hung or straggled to READ MORE
In 689 B.C. Babylon was destroyed by powerful rulers from a northern Mesopotamian city called Nineveh. This was the Assyrian Empire, which spread across the Fertile Crescent. The ruins of Nineveh show an incredible civilization and provide glimpses into the READ MORE
750 bc – ad 150
The best thing Cleopatra did was probably get bitten by an asp, not to be rude or anything but it was best for her because all hated her
the Phoenicians made an alphabet that the Greeks adopted and changed a little.
SalamisThere were two sea battles in 480 BCE – Artemesium opposite Thermopylai (the pass was held to force the sea battle in the hope of breaking Persian sea superiority). This battle was indecisive, and the Greek fleet retired to the READ MORE