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Statue of Neptune in Bristol England.
Glossary entry on Odherir.
Glossary entry on argeiphontes.
K - Glossary of European History
Then I saw it, coming in low; an old wartime bomber. Flames were gushing from one of its four engines, and only one of its undercarriage legs was down. It seemed to be heading directly for us.
The parts of the ancient history research paper, using primary and secondary sources, and some guidelines for creating outlines.
Glossary entry on Pacuvius.
An introduction to the history of the African nation. This part confronts the effect of nationalistic shifts and the new constitution.
Although at first sight 'Vanishing Cultures' looks to be a standard coffee-table book; Peter Magubane's outstanding pictorial record is a valuable insight into traditional Black South African cultures.
Julia Domna was the wife of the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus and the mother of Roman emperors Geta and Caracalla.
Read all about the key events in Bill Clinton's life and time as president of the United States with this top 10 list.
Here is a portrait of James Madison, the Fourth President of the United States.
French Revolution Timeline - 1792
Was Gilles de Rais a medieval serial killer or was something more political going on?
Fellegha is an Algerian word especially related to the Algerian War of Independence.
Orestes was the son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon who revenged his father by murdering his mother.
Major Sharma's leadership and courage seldom equaled in Indian Armed Forces history. Major Somnath Sharma's father Major General Amarnath Sharma received the Param Vir Chakra on his
George Washington was inaugurated at the first President of the United States on April 30, 1789. The ceremony was held on the front of Federal Hall in New York City.
Although some thought the election between Vice President Al Gore (Democrat) and Texas Governor George W. Bush (Republican) would be close, no one imagined that it would be that close. Find out what happened during the 2000 Presidential election.
Major General Samuel R. Curtis was a Union commander in the Trans-Mississippi Theater during the American Civil War who won victories at the Battles of Pea Ridge and Westport.