9 World History Tutorials
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Ivan the forth or better known as Ivan the Terrible was the first self-acclaimed Tsar (Czar) of Russia. The son of Vasili III, Ivan the Terrible lost his father when he was three, his father died from blood poisoning, his mother,Elena Glinskaya, died when he was 8,she also died by poisoning. The deaths of his…
World history intersects with religious and archeological history at significant points.Pontius Pilate, the Governor of Judea is a political figure at the crossroads of history.
The Romans fought the Carthaginians three times between 264-146BC in what are called the Punic Wars (the Roman name for the Carthaginians). Carthage is a powerful trading center on the coast of North Africa. Rome is a powerful land-based center in Italy. Sicily lies between the two powers but is traditionally allied with Carthage.
A war usually divided into 3 periods, between rival Greek city-states Athens and Sparta occurring from 431 – 404 B.C.
The French Revolution was a 10 year period in where monarchy came to an end. The enlightenment period and corruption were the roots of the French Revolution.
The issue surrounding late Roman antiquity was not that Rome fell, but rather if it just simply ceased to exist. When Romulus Augustulus, the last emperor, was taken down by Odoacer around AD 571, Rome was redefined, but how?
The AP European History Exam is widely regarded as one of the most frustrating and difficult history classes that can be taken in the high school curriculum. It covers a wide time period from 1300-2000, causing many students to struggle with memorizing all the facts. The problem for most students would be the content and…
The label “high society” has traditionally been understood to describe urban centers with written language and developed art, music, architecture, irrigation, community organization, and other cultural milestones. The label “low society” has traditionally been understood to describe those living in remote, rural areas, especially pastoral nomads.