Ancient Bengal (Bangladesh, west Bengal, Tripura, Orissa and Bihar and some parts of Assam) was the land of ancient civilization and cultures where it possessed a rich culture of its own at the same time different ancient civilizations and cultures...
An article on how Julius Caesar revolutionized how we look at a leader today. It also explains the story of his success.
334 years before Christ, Alexander of Macedon stormed into Asia Minor and began a series of conquests that would result in the defeat of the mighty Persian Empire, the integration of Greek thought and language throughout the Middle-East and India...
Ireland is a land littered with sacred sites. From stone circles to dolmens and cairns, there are megalithic wonders everywhere you look. This article features Newgrange, a Neolithic passage tomb.
Lighthouses are beautiful and popular locations to visit, but lighthouses of the ancient world are something really special, mixing history in with the beauty of ancient Rome.
A list of all 12 Olympian Gods with bullet pointed quick facts so no searching for the information! Hope you enjoy.
For anyone taking an ancient history class who needs a run down of some of the big names in antiquity.
In 52 BC Roman military and engineering skills enabled Julius Caesar to defeat a vast Gallic army, which had come to relieve their famous chieftain Vercingetorix, who was besieged inside Alesia itself. Caesar's hard fought victory, secured Roman rule in all of Gaul.
Julius Caesar is now Consul of Rome, and with his new found power. He will extend the reach of Rome, northwards into wild lands virtually unknown by any Roman. But if he thought that the tribes inhabiting those lands would be a pushover, then he was dead wrong.
How are the English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish inter-related through the Celts?