Ten Reasons Why Byzantium Was The Greatest Empire
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In 285 AD, the Emperor Diocletian divided the Roman Empire in two because it had…
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Short History of the Knights TemplarApril 2, 2015 · No comments
The Knights Templar were formed following the First Crusade, and although they disbanded in the...
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Top Ten Medieval KnightsMarch 19, 2015 · 12 comments
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Why Was Napoleon Sent Into Exile And How Did He Escape?March 7, 2015 · No comments
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Who Was The Deadliest Tudor Monarch?March 5, 2015 · No comments
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Edward VII’s Four Most Infamous Love AffairsMarch 5, 2015 · No comments
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Churchill’s Five Most Inspirational SpeechesFebruary 23, 2015 · No comments
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Not Just Waterloo – Six More of Napoleon’s Greatest DefeatsFebruary 22, 2015 · 1 comment
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