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Pen & Sword Books 18h
The Rise of the Hellenistic Kingdoms 336–250 BC by Philip Matyszak, out now for only £15.99
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Ancient Pages 19h
Among many women who lived in this part of the world, and roamed wild Scythian steppes, was Amage, a Sarmatian warrior queen who lived at the end of the 2nd century BC. Very little is known about this Sarmatian queen and her rule.
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Roman Archaeology Sep 14
The Case Romane del Celio: Little-known museum contains 20 ancient underground rooms.
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Stillness in the Storm Sep 18
Giant 100 Ton Egyptian Black Stone Boxes -- Lost Ancient Civilizations
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Dig Monkeys Sep 18
5/5 - 'Desolation'. The Course of Empire (1833-1836) by Thomas Cole - 5 beautiful paintings showing the rise and fall of an empire. Source: -
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NEXT IAS Sep 14
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Dig Monkeys Sep 19
The Histomap - A single timeline to visualise the ebb and flow of global powers over the last 4,000 years. Awesome stuff! - Full Histomap: -
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History with Cy 17h
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Saltyindustrys Sep 12
How did Antigonus I Monophthalmus lose his eye dose any one know
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Ahsan Naeem 5h
Replying to @AhsanNaeem
I see the general reaction in Liverpool is "IT WAS SIX YEARS AGO WHO CARES". Bit like all those EFF EFF PEEEEEE allegations which are being flung at City. So for once I'm with the scousers. Who indeed cares. 😂😂😂
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Dr Serena Love 12h
This is awesome! An active dialogue between English and Egyptian school children on topics of What do you think
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Uvi Poznansky Author Sep 19
Uvi ❃ Embark on a journey of discovery  … series
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BradleyWalkingSticks 18h
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Laurel A Rockefeller Sep 19
Is Cleopatra VII the best choice for your next read? The Naked Reviewers weigh in.
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Sassy Cicero Sep 19
2,500-year-old gold armor of Scythian warrior exhibited in Turkey.
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Uvi Poznansky Author Sep 18
Uvi ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Almost like reading a diary Review  …
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Uvi Poznansky Author Sep 18
Uvi ❃ I could dub this journey, ‘The war to end all wars’  …
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Dig Monkeys 18h
Friday humour - have a great weekend!🙂-
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Nathan C 18h
Some of the Ancient Egyptian artifacts that were taken by the Romans. Now in the Vatican Museum.
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Dig Monkeys 21h
How Ancient Egypt shaped the modern world - easy and fun for beginners. From language to maths to makeup - Article: -
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