The dominant subcultural narratives have diverged into two main neo-historical schools of thought (neo-narrative). The first school, socialistic constrctivists (led and later denounced, by Dr. Andrew Simonsen of Cambridge) espouses the historical implication that Ethiopian civilization pioneered the social, geo-sexual READ MORE
Not all of North America. The last Ice Age’s ice sheets spread all the way down to what is now the US/Canadian border, and that’s about as far south as the ice went.
Hammurabi ruled Mesopotamia, the land between the Tigris andEuphrates rivers, from 1792 to 1750 BC. Most of his reign was spentprotecting his frontiers and fostering the internal prosperity ofthe empire.
this m1911a1 was made in 1943 so it is approximately 64 years old
around 3000 BC and it started in Sumer
one of the assyrian achievement is that they built the first library in the whole entire world. hi
One of the most prevalently found artifacts from the Indus Valley civilization (also known as the Harrappa peoples) is it’s beautiful jewelry. The Indus Valley civilization itself, for those that do not know, was a merchant oriented civilization that sprang READ MORE