Category Archives: Ancient Greece

Hanging gardens-the Babylon forever dream

Hanging gardens–the Babylon forever dream Babylon was the capital of the Babylonian Empire, located in the banks of the Euphrates River, about 400 miles northwest of the Persian Gulf; also in the Eastern Mediterranean to the East, with more than … Continue reading

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Netherlands who discovered the “navel of the world”

Netherlands who discovered the “navel of the world“ “On Easter Island, the ancient and not tell. Today, modern still cannot break away from ancient times. Today‘s inhabitants on the island, but also less notable than the ancient Islanders. The ancient … Continue reading

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One of the early 20th century excavations

One of the early 20th century excavations In 1902, the American xiaoduoer·daiweisi got Egypt Government approval, in the Valley of the Kings archaeological excavations. He digs up to 12 consecutive winter there. Davis found very valuable tombs, such as tuomisisishi, … Continue reading

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Native American legend of dubious origin in God

Native American legend of dubious origin in God This 100 years from 1450-1550 called “new age“, is worthy of the name–the new land‘s wishes until then for a long time for the discovery of the new world and fulfilled,but finds … Continue reading

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Frozen in time forever masterpiece

Frozen in time forever masterpiece And now, the exciting moment coming up! Fox‘s anchorwoman and archaeologistsas they enter the kamengluoneibidiershi the Queen of pyramids. Egypt workers carefully remove boulders at the entrance of the pyramid, Egypt archaeologist to Fox‘s anchorwoman … Continue reading

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Who is the man of the ancient architects

Who is the man of the ancient architects Legacy of so many city States of Mesopotamia the temple Tower, known there are 30 or so. Built between 3000 BC to 500 BC. In the eyes of the people at that … Continue reading

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The vivid prehistoric legend

The vivid prehistoric legend Tracing to its source, in order to unlock the mystery of the lost city of Atlantis, must in Plato’s Atlantis that prehistoric legends of ancient looking for a little bit of clues. Historians and archaeologists are … Continue reading

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In the legend of the lost ancient continent

In the legend of the lost ancient continent On some old maps, it is found that, in every corner of the globe, the fingerprints of lost civilizations can be seen, but they cannot be seen, and the land on which … Continue reading

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La civiltà perduta

Ancient Greece civilization is the cradle of Western civilization. “Greece“is Greece for their district of residence is known, is not a name of a Statein ancient times, is made up of many city-States. It has a long history,40,000 years ago … Continue reading

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Marius’s military reforms

Marius‘s military reforms   As Caesar‘s uncle, nephew Marius apparently did not so famous. He served asRoman Consul 7 times, twice more than Caesar. Soon after becomes Consul for the last time, Marius died due to illness, he left Caesar, … Continue reading

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