HISTORY


Mayan Civilization History could be Rewritten. Researchers have learned important details on discovery of a Giant Jade Pendant.

Researchers have just published a paper on one of the most fascinating and mysterious Maya discoveries in recent years - a huge jade pendant that has a detailed story  Read More...

From Sir Edmund Barton to Malcolm Turnbull: All The Prime Ministers of Australia into a single page of History

The parties shown are those to which the prime ministers belonged at the time they held office and the electoral divisions shown are those they represented while in office Read More...

Alan Mathison Turing, the mathematical genius and father of the computer that deciphered the famous Enigma code. A conviction for 'crime' of being gay brought death to 42 years.  Read More...



A diary kept by President John F Kennedy as a young man travelling in Europe, revealing his fascination with Adolf Hitler, is up for auction. Read More...


What was the political prelude to the 1860 election? Ever since the drafting of America’s federal constitution of 1787, the question of slavery had given rise to political contention and compromise.  Read More...

From 45th President of the United States January 20, 2017 Donald Trump Born 1946 (70 years old) to 1st President of the United States April 30, 1789–March 4, 1797 George Washington 1732–1799 (Lived: 67 years) Read More...

Freemasonry organization against President Donald Trump


I'm not from the US but I am watching closely what is happening there, simply because America, NATO is still the tip of the sword in everything that means balance and peace in the world. In a democratic world everyone has the right to protest and say their opinion Read More...


A life devoted to peace ended in a sickening act of violence on April 4, 1968. The gunshot that echoed across the parking lot of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, not only took the life of 39-year-old Martin Luther King Jr Read More...



He was born into the family of a carpenter and had no money to study. It later became one of the great inventors of the world.


On 19 January 1736 was born the englishman James Watt, inventor of the steam engine (d. August 25, 1819). James Watt was born in the Scottish town of Greenock, Scotland, UK, in the family of a carpenter. Read More...


A girl was born in 1806 to the Gros Ventres but in a wave of inter-tribal rage and revenge, she was kidnapped by a raiding party of Crows when she was only 10.  Read More...

Secret room of the famous Rushmore

After its completion 75 years ago, the colossal presidential sculpture carved into Mount Rushmore quickly became an American icon. However, few know that hidden behind the hairline of Abraham Lincoln is a doorway to an unfinished Read More...


No place on Earth was as coveted by the Vikings as Constantinople, but the Scandinavian warriors could never breach the formidable defenses of the world’s richest city in spite of repeated attacks. It was only after the Vikings  Read More...


There’s not much to be said for the views, but underground cities have frequently been used throughout history as wartime shelters, refuges from the elements and sacred spaces. Many even included dedicated infrastructure and their own subterranean schools and churches Read More...


Stratification did increase on the island as time passed, though. Archaeologists have found that, throughout the ninth and tenth centuries, silver hoards were distributed throughout Gotland, suggesting that wealth was more or less uniformly  Read More...


Getting married in the medieval period was incredibly simple for Christians living in western Europe – all they had to do was say their “I do’s” to each other. But, as Sally Dixon-Smith reveals, proving that you were actually married and had not tripped up on the many potential ‘impediments’ to marriage might be another  Read More...

Italian police have recovered two paintings by Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh were stolen in Amsterdam in 2002 as part of an operation against  Read More...


 A photographer managed to create a photo album that reveals the terrible conditions in which children were used Read More...


A new painting belonging to the famous Italian painter Caravaggio was discovered in Rome, according to L'Osservatore Romano, the official newspaper of the Vatican. Read More...

The man who is married 107 women. '' What I do is divine. It is my mission and I will keep doing this until the end of life '

Mohammed Bello Abubakar is one of the most controversial figures in Nigeria. Husband of 92 years was married 107 women, 97 of them still being wives. Belo came to fame in 2008 when the papers wrote about his marriage to 86 women and 150 for children.  Read More...


Sir Isaac Newton 25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726 was an English mathematician, astronomer, and physicist (described in his own day as a "natural philosopher") who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time Read More...

Astronomer who rewrote the history of the Universe. He originally wanted to be a priest. Later, his mother had suffered from Church

At December 27, 1571 was born Johannes Kepler, astronomer and astrologer, who discovered that the Earth and the planets move around the sun in an elliptical orbit (d. November 15, 1630) Read More...


Although today is considered the greatest genius of the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci has not yet revealed all its secrets, its origins remain unknown despite more than 30 years of research, Agnese Sabato and Alessandro announces biographies Vezza. Read More...
A macabre discovery reveals a little known fact in the history of ancient Greece The end of the seventh century B.C. was a tumultuous period in Athenian history. Though once ruled by a king, the increasingly powerful region of Attica, home to Athens Read More...


The House of Medici was an Italian banking family, political dynasty and later royal house that first began to gather prominence under Cosimo de' Medici in the Republic of Florence during the first half of the 15th century.The family bank was the largest in Europe during the 15th century Read More...


If you love Paris, thank the Vikings. Centuries before tourists thronged to the City of Lights, the globetrotting Vikings also traveled to Paris—although there was nothing romantic about their visits. A new book about the Vikings’ Read More...


Exactly as it expected and History teaches us Episode 15 of Vikings Season 4 saw Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) meet his fate and dies in a pit of snakes.   Read More...


One thousand years ago this summer, the king of Denmark (and lord also over Norway and Sweden) invaded England with a large fleet. After a brief campaign, he secured the submission of all the English people apart from the inhabitants of London. Read More...

On January 8th 1642 died the Italian Galileo Galilei, mathematician, astronomer and physicist Italian Renaissance.
Galileo escaped in extremis by burning at the stake, but was jailed at home until the end of life, for the impudence to present realities heliocentric system. Galileo was rehabilitated until 31 October 1992, nearly 350 years after his death, by Pope John Paul II. Read More...

Hundreds of Japanese Samurai may have been secret Christians who expressed their faith with codes hidden in their sword hilts, researchers have found.The deadly warriors were banned from following religions after feudal Japan  Read More...


Of all side arms, the sword was undoubtedly the most cherished and honored tool of death. For millennia, the phrase "To die in battle by the sword" was the preferred way of concluding the worldly reckoning for generations of warriors from all over the world because it is considered by far the most honorable and desirable death. Read More...


He is one of the most controversial figures in European history, best remembered for executing two of his six wives and for breaking away from the Catholic Church in what became known as the Reformation Now, a new study concluding that Henry VIII suffered brain damage caused by a jousting injury offers the strongest explanation of his erratic behaviour “short of miraculously finding his preserved brain in jar,” its lead author has claimed. Read More...
A number of powerful women have shaped the course of history with their intelligence, strength, passion, and leadership qualities.  Read More...


When king Ælla of Northumbria learns of the pillaging army, he musters an overwhelming force and defeats Ragnar's army. Read More...


Christopher Columbus vs Ponce de León in search of the Fountain of Youth ( The real goal of every expedition )
On  April 2, 1513, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León and his crew became the first recorded Europeans to set eyes on Florida. Legend holds that they made this discovery while searching for the Fountain of Youth, a magical water.  Read More... 

9 unsolved historical mysteries ( Jack the Ripper,Mary Celeste Ship and did Richard III really murder the Princes in the Tower? )

Who was Jack the Ripper, what happened to the Mary Celeste, and did Richard III really murder the princes in the Tower? These are some of the biggest historical mysteries of all time.Here, after scouring 1,000 years of public records at the National Archives in search of answers, Dr David Clarke the author of Britain’s X-traordinary Files, charts nine of the greatest unsolved puzzles of modern times Read More...

Top 10 Greatest Historical Warriors close to perfection and invincibility.

In this list we see a combination of two of my favorite things – ancient (well mostly) history and warriors. While most of these warrior groups come from ancient history – one or two come close to modern history. They all, undoubtedly, belong on this list. Read More...

Last words of King Richard III “This day I will die as a king or win” 10 facts you need to know about the battle of Bosworth

The battle of Bosworth, in which Richard III was killed, was the last significant clash of the Wars of the Roses. Here, Chris Skidmore MP, the author of Bosworth: The Birth of the Tudors, summarises 10 need-to-know facts about the battle that heralded the end of the Plantagenet dynasty and marked the birth of the Tudor age. For many, 22 August 1485 remains one of the key dates in British history . Yet what exactly took place in the early hours of the morning (the battle was over by noon) still remains tantalisingly elusive. Read More...

From Greek and Roman times to the present day: The rose has been a timeless symbol of beauty, transience and love.

The rose’s romantic connections are thought to originate from Egypt, where Cleopatra famously carpeted the floor of her boudoir with mounds of rose petals to seduce Mark Antony.In courtly love, for example, the rose was the iconic symbol of the beloved lady – or of the prize of her love itself – a personification that found its most exquisite representation in the 13th-century French epic poem Le Roman de La Rose Read More...

Nostradamus ( Michel de Nostredame ) , one of the most controversial characters of history. It was a prophet or a charlatan?

Michel de Nostredame (depending on the source, 14 or 21 December 1503 2 July 1566), usually Latinised as Nostradamus, was a French physician and reputed seer who published collections of prophecies that have since become widely famous. Read More...


Pope Clement VIII declared: “This devil's drink is so delicious… we should cheat the devil by baptising it!” A brief history of coffee: a drink for the devil

The second-most traded commodity in the world, behind only petroleum, coffee has become a mainstay of the modern diet. Here, Paul Chrystal, author of Coffee: A Drink For the Devil,  Read More...
A new treasure has been discovered in Greece it was found in the ruins of an ancient city dating back 2,500 years
You would think that every single bit of archaeological evidence for ancient life in Greece would have been uncovered by now. But there are still discoveries to be made. A team of archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden and the University of Bournemouth Read More...

Inferno 2016 Movie "Historical Review and facts"
Academy Award winner Ron Howard returns to direct the latest bestseller in Dan Brown's (Da Vinci Code) billion-dollar Robert Langdon series, Inferno 2016, which finds the famous symbologist (again played by Tom Hanks) on a trail of clues tied to the great Dante himself. Read More...
Four great principles of Athenian democracy that modern democracies have not mastered
In  1792, Thomas Paine said that the Athenian democratic model will be much better represented by America, by including popular referendums and secret ballot voting. However, only some of the features of Athenian democracy are found in the American political system  Read More...

16 November 1849 a Russian court sentenced Fyodor Dostoevsky to death. At the last moment the execution was postponed.
Feodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (b. November 11, 1821 - February 9, 1881) was one of the most prominent Russian writers, his works having a profound and lasting impact on literature, philosophy, Read More...

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, great writer killed by a terrible disease
Between 1867 and 1879 made primary and secondary education in his hometown. Attend theater and leading a students magazine.
After his father flee from Moscow is forced to pay meditations. In 1879, begin medical studies in Moscow and helps his family  Read More...

Funerals for writer Edgar Allan Poe, 160 years after his death
True to his funeral, spent in 1849, only 10 people took part. The writer's death, a pioneer of science fiction stories and virtuoso romantic "black", marked by sensational mysteries and dark atmosphere, it was very mysterious, Read More... 

Avicenna: the greatest scholar of the Arab world
Now more than a thousand years in the vastness of Central Asia was born one of the most impressive geniuses in human history.
Considered as the greatest scientist of all Muslim civilizations, Avicenna shone unrivaled in all areas in which he worked. Read More...


Jules Verne, the writer who saw the future. two centuries ago including ( electric submarines, trains, news broadcasts, Solar Sails, Lunar Module, Helicopter and much more )
Many authors of science fiction novels have provided some invention or how time will change our society. Read More...
Researchers have elucidated the mystery phenomenon ( London Fog of 1952 killed about 12,000 people )
Londoners are accustomed to foggy weather and dark clouds that appear in winter. But in early December, 1952, the fog of city residents have been fatal. Read More...

Martin Luther versus Pope Leon X (1475 – 1521) and King Charles V (1500 - 1558)

Wittenberg, October 31 1517. With his squat wooden houses, Wittenberg like a big village. Yet it is a capital. Together with Torgau, he shares the honor of being the residence of the Duke of Saxony, large elector. Read More...

Strange text written on an Egyptian papyrus. It contains a magical invocation used by ancient Christians
A small Egyptian papyrus discovered John Rylands library Research Institute of the University of Manchester, it contains one of the oldest "chants" which dates from the early Christian period Read More...

Mysterious inscriptions reveals a Dark Egypt during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses I
Egyptian archaeologists have managed to uncover the remains of four ancient temples in the Sinai peninsula, temples from which hope to gain information about one of the darkest and most misunderstood periods in the history of Ancient Egypt, announces Discovery News Read More...

Warriors in the name of the Cross
" God wants ! " The appeal launched by Pope Urban II in 1095 has a tremendous impact. Both nobles and poor people no longer endure the thought that the Holy City to be violated by infidels. Read More...







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