What if Alexander the Great had lived?
The Macedonians spread Greek culture ... with Macedonia for overall supremacy. Alexander took note of the upstarts and planned to incorporate them into his empire. It is highly unlikely that either could have resisted the Macedonian king.
History for Kossacks: Ancient Persia
So join me, if you will, for a redux of the very first HfK series – a proto-historiorant on Persia, land of the Aryans ... Lydia was unable to hold back the armies of Cyrus. He went on to conquer the Greek city-states which peppered Asia Minor’s ...
What You Didn't Know About Syria
In 727-721 BC, King Shalmaneser V ruled the Neo-Assyrian Empire and carried ... Beginning in 538 BC, for the next seven centuries Assyria was ruled by other empires: Persian Achaemenid, Macedonian (Alexander the Great), Seleucid, Parthian Arascid, Roman ...
Greek-Macedonian spat splatters Iceland
The ongoing Greek-Macedonian dispute has spilled over to affect Icelanders ... ““A Name is a Name” movie was being shown as a part in spreading Icelandic made culture in the US. This may be the first time a foreign Ambassador is told what movie ...
History for Kossacks: Ancient Afghanistan
The list of empire-builders who have swept into Afghanistan reads like a who's who of people who conquer other people ... Around 275 CE, a Greco-Bactrian king named Demetrius established the Indo-Greek Kingdom, which would exist until around 1 CE and ...