Why was Julius Caesar Assassinated

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Julius Caesar was fatally stabbed in Rome, Italy, on March 15, 44 B.C.E. He was the Roman Republic’s dictator, and his murderers were Roman magistrates. These political supporters contributed to the creation of Roman politics …

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10 Famous Gay Couples in History

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LGBTQ+ people have loved wherever they have lived. Whether they discovered love in antiquated Egypt or at cabarets in the 20s, the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons and their famous love stories …

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Top Famous Norse Goddesses

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The veneration of Goddesses in Norse mythology is not a new aspect. Much like the Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans, Nordic tales and godly pantheons include a plethora of female deities. These Norse Goddesses …

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Was Robin Hood a real person

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An outlaw, a visionary, and the scourge of the establishment, the story of Nottingham’s legendary Robin Hood, who stole from the wealthy to help the poor, is well known across the world.  His adventures, which …

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Revolt of the Batavi

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All great civilizations of history have experienced revolutions and the tides of war. One of the greatest civilizations of all time- the Roman civilization, was no different. It saw its fair share of revolts and …

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