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Alexander is the son of Zeus – Part 2

Do not shield the Sun In the summer of 336 BC. e. Philip of Macedon was slain by the hand of the murderer in the midst of the festivities on the occasion of his daughter’s wedding. In the involvement in this atrocity, according to the Greek historian Arrian, Alexander subsequently accused the Persian king Darius: […]

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Alexander is the son of Zeus – Part 1

Having ascended to the throne of Macedonia at the age of twenty, Alexander conquered the Persian Empire at twenty-five, part of India at thirty and died in Babylon three years later. His life was very short: it was enough to create a power, the greatest of all that existed before… Raised under Mieza A lot […]

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Text editing rules for non-professionals

Get the perfect text from the copywriter is not easy, which is due to the complexity of the topic or work specification, the inattention of the author, etc. That is why every text necessarily goes through the editing stage, during which all possible errors are eliminated. But how to edit the text without being a […]

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Egyptian passions: Nefertiti and Akhenaten

Myths are a natural seasoning in the history of love, which happened almost 3,300 years ago under the sharp eye of the solar god Aton. They only emphasize the taste of the classic dish: passion, love triangle, betrayal and revenge… The beautiful is coming So, in the XVI-XI centuries. BC. Egypt ruled Amenhotep III. Like […]

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The culture of the knights in the Middle Ages Part 2

The signal that was chivalric was mirrored in literature. It’s regarded the luxurious lyric composition of the troubadours’ head within the vernacular that arose within France’s South. They produce the conspiracy of the Stunning Women In which’s support, the soldier should stick to “courtesy’s” guidelines. “Courtesy”, along with military expertise, required the capability to act […]

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The culture of the knights in the Middle Ages Part 1

The image of the middle ages is often associated with the picturesque figure of an armed knight in armor. Knights – professional soldiers – was a Corporation whose members were United by a way of life, moral-ethical values, personal ideals… Chivalrous culture formed in a feudal environment. The camp of the feudal lords was mixed. […]

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Sir Isaac Newton Part 3

Mathematician Nicolas de Dulie, the close friend of Newton. At that time, the country was flooded with counterfeit coins. Montagu conceived a full all cash and was counting on Newton’s knowledge in metallurgy and mechanics. Isaac showed himself an excellent administrator and, in spite of strikes and denunciations, has established the accelerated issuance of new […]

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Myths about the Renaissance Part 1

Whenever we notice the “Renaissance”, your brain instantly offers the Creator’s vibrant picture, effortlessly produce innovative innovations and projects. Nevertheless, really all was even never or not definitely, therefore. We chose to find our sights out about the truth’s rebirth, which — a fantasy. And that I discovered lots of fascinating. The rebirth didn’t start […]

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