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29 Nov 2019 ... William II of England, sometimes called William 'Rufus' for his red hair and complexion, reigned as the king of England from 1087 to 1100 CE.

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26 May 2020 ... Elizabeth I reigned as queen of England from 1558 to 1603 CE. She succeeded her elder half-sister Mary I of England (r. 1553-1558 CE), and ...

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13 Jan 2020 ... Edward II of England reigned as king from 1307 to 1327 CE. Succeeding his father Edward I of England (r. 1272-1307 CE), his reign saw a ...

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29 Apr 2020 ... Edward VI of England reigned as king from 1547 to 1553 CE. Succeeding his father Henry VIII of England (r. 1509-1547 CE), Edward was only ...

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10 Jun 2020 ... William Cecil was born in Lincolnshire in 1520 CE, the son of a Welsh minor noble who had gained prominence by supporting the first Tudor king, ...

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The earliest imprints of human activities in India go back to the Paleolithic Age, roughly between 400000 and 200000 B.C. Stone implements and cave paintings.

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13 Nov 2012 ... India is a country in South Asia whose name comes from the Indus River. ... Harappa was largely destroyed in the 19th century CE when British workers ... The Gupta Empire is thought to have been founded by one Sri Gupta ...

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1 Jun 2020 ... King William III of England, (1650-1702) (lighter).jpg ... Utrecht within a flower garland filled with symbols of the House of Orange-Nassau, c.

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24 May 2012 ... Goddess of wisdom, war and the crafts, and favourite daughter of Zeus, Athena was, perhaps, the wisest, most courageous, and certainly the ...

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15 Feb 2011 ... Very little is known of Leucippus and none of his work has survived but he is known by ancient writers as Democritus' teacher, and apparently ...

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4 Sep 2019 ... In later Greek mythology, Poseidon was the son of Kronos and Rhea, and brother of Zeus and Hades. He was a key figure in the battles for control ...

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25 Nov 2012 ... Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati and he is the brother of Karthikeya (or Subrahmanya), the god of war. He was created by his mother ...

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25 Oct 2018 ... Europa is a figure from Greek mythology who later gave her name to the continent of Europe. In one popular version of her story Europa was a ...

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9 Mar 2020 ... Her name has been translated as 'Lover of Paris' without regard to etymological roots. The Greek island of Aegina was originally known as ...

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8 Aug 2013 ... The anthropomorphic god Indra was the most important god in the Vedic religion and he later became a major figure in Hinduism and an ...

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29 Oct 2012 ... Caryatid is the name given to an architectural column which takes the ... They were an evolution of the earlier korai statues of both male and ...

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23 Aug 2012 ... Servius Sulpicius Galba was born into an aristocratic family on December 24, 3 BCE to Gaius Sulpicius Galba and Mummia Achaica. An older ...

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8 Apr 2015 ... She is often thought of as the Roman version of the Greek goddess of love and marriage, Hera. Juno was the wife and sister of Jupiter, the chief ...

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19 Jul 2012 ... Hades was both the name of the ancient Greek god of the underworld (Roman name: Pluto) and the name of the shadowy place below the ...

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14 Jan 2015 ... Eleusis was a deme of Athens and most famous for its annual festival of the Mysteries in honour of Demeter and Persephone. The site was also ...

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18 Oct 2012 ... Vitellius was Roman emperor from April to December 69 CE. Vitellius was the third of the four emperors who ruled the Roman Empire in the ...

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17 Aug 2014 ... The Aeneid, written by the Roman poet Virgil (70-19 BCE), is a ... credit the author and license their new creations under the identical terms.

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5 Oct 2012 ... A centaur was a creature from Greek mythology which was half-man and half-horse. The head ... The head, arms and torso were human and joined at the waist to the body and legs of a horse. ... 600 BCE) where she is named.

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6 May 2014 ... Among the many gods of the Romans, Jupiter, the son of Saturn, was the supreme god, associated with thunder, lightning, and storms. The first ...

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16 Sep 2012 ... Dionysos (Roman name: Bacchus) was the ancient Greek god of wine, merriment, and theatre. Being the bad boy of Mt. Olympus, he was ...

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27 Mar 2018 ... Herodotus (c. 484 – 425/413 BCE) was a Greek writer who invented the field of study known today as `history'. He was called `The Father of ...

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7 Jan 2014 ... Originally, Minerva was an Italian goddess of handicrafts closely associated to the Greek goddess Athena. The scholarly consensus, however, ...

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24 Jul 2019 ... Artemis was the Greek goddess of hunting, wild nature, and chastity. The daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo, Artemis was regarded as a ...

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16 Sep 2016 ... Karnak is the modern-day name for the ancient site of the Temple of Amun at Thebes, Egypt. The Egyptians called the site Nesut-Towi, "Throne ...

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5 Dec 2018 ... Grossmünster (“large cathedral” in German) is a Romanesque ex-cathedral situated in the heart of Zürich, Switzerland, which was built over the ...

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2 Sep 2009 ... Ramesses II (1279-1213 BCE, alternative spellings: Ramses, Rameses) ... He was the third pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty (1292-1186 BCE) who ... So long was his reign that all of his subjects, when he died, had been born ...

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