The Battle of Thermopylae – Order of battle : Spartans 300 Lacedaemonians/Perioeci 900 Spartan helots 900 Mantineans 500 (other Peloponnesians sent with Leonidas) Tegeans 500 Arcadian Orchomenos 120 Other Arcadians 1,000 Corinthians 400 Phlians 200 Mycenaeans 80 Total Peloponnesians 3,100 READ MORE
They settled near the Nile River because they needed/wanted freshwater to live. The also got their food, by catching fish, andhunting for animals. Ask any other questions if you need help.
Ancient Egyptian communities were able to grow and becomesuccessful due in large part to
Xerxes led an invasion of mainland Greece to put an end to th Greekcities interfering in his empire. The Greek cities decided to first destroy the Persian fleet, as itsthreat to their cities made them keep their land forces at READ MORE
they used lots of tools called hamors and screw drivers and nails screws and lots of other tools bye-bye
The Modern Assyrian written language is Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, just as the speaking language.Aramaic, being the language of Christ himself.http://www.witiger.com/centennialcollege/GNED117/alphabet.gif The Ancient Assyrian language was written in the cuneiform.
No, living a Paleolithic life would be awful. You were entirely dependent on chasing herds of animals for food, you had no advanced tools, a single bad storm could wipe out your tribe, and you had even less privacy than READ MORE
Foodstuffs, minerals, materials, gems, slaves.
“Hindu/India” (derived from the word “Sindhu” in present dayPakistan — by the way, the people of Sindhu continue to callthemselves “Sindhis” and not “Hindus/Indians”) was exclusively theforeign geographic term for Indus Valley (Pakistan region) inancient times. It had nothing to READ MORE