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Pertinax, Roman Emperor for 86 days, AD 193 | da Monopthalmos

Pertinax, Roman Emperor for 86 days, AD 193 | da Monopthalmos

Delve deep into the most famous historical places in India - from the north as well as the south of the country, and unveil the mysteries of the ancient India.

Delve deep into the most famous historical places in India - from the north as well as the south of the country, and unveil the mysteries of the ancient India.

Indus Valley Civilization - Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Ancient Indus Valley: New Perspectives (Understanding Ancient Civilizations): This work is a revealing study of the enigmatic Indus civilization and how a rich repertoire of archaeological tools is being used to probe its puzzles.

The Mahajanapadas were the sixteen most powerful kingdoms and republics of the era, located mainly across the fertile Indo-Gangetic plains, there were a number of smaller kingdoms stretching the length and breadth of Ancient India.

Building Trajan's Column - National Geographic Book

Building Trajan's Column - National Geographic Book

The Sumerian King List (The Weld-Blundell Prism) lists a succession of kings and cities from Sumer, which begins with mythical kings, like Gilgamesh, and then goes on to list historical leaders. It is considered a key document in the decipherment of cuneiform. - ca. 2000-1800 BCE (Old Babylonian). Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

The Sumerian King List (The Weld-Blundell Prism) lists a succession of kings and cities from Sumer, which begins with mythical kings, like Gilgamesh, and then goes on to list historical leaders.

A map of Phoenicia. This map depicts the borders of ancient Phoenicia, a many of its cities, the most important of which were Tyre, Sidon, and Biblos. The arrangement of cities along the Mediterranean displays the importance of the sea to the Phoenicians.

Statuette of a seated Etruscan dignitary, Second half of the 7th century BCE, terracotta polychromy

Statuette of a seated etruscan dignitary Sculpture Second half of the century BC Terracotta / Palazzo dei Conservatori Museum / Through the rooms - Musei Capitolini