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Sophocles Biography

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Sophocles was an old Greek writer and one of three antiquated Greek tragedians whose plays have survived. His plays had a place with the period after Aeschylus and prior of Euripides. In view of the data gave by Suda, a tenth century reference book, Sophocles composed 123 plays amid his lifetime, out of which just seven have made due in a total frame.

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The Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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Why were the urban communities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombarded by the United States of America?

In 1941, when the Japanese assaulted Pearl Harbor, the powers of the United States and her Allies had been at war with Japan.

On July 26, 1945, The President of the United States, Harry S. Truman issued the Potsdam Declaration, which required Japan’s unqualified surrender and recorded peace terms. The Japanese were cautioned of the outcomes of proceeded with protection by the terms of the Potsdam Declaration, marked by President Truman and by Prime Minister Clement Attlee of the United Kingdom and with the simultaneousness of Chiang Kai-Shek, President of the National Government of China.

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Powerful Women In History

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born: 1508 BC; died: 1458 BC

Hatshepsut was a standout amongst the most effective ladies in the old world. She was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt and she administered longer than some other lady in Egyptian history. Hatshepsut was hitched to her wiped out stepbrother, Thutmose II, and both of them started to co-control after the demise of their dad, Thutmose I, in 1492 BC In 14 (more…)

Minoan Palace of Knossos

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The Palace of Knossos is found quite recently south of cutting edge Heraklion close to the north bank of Crete.

Worked by a development that we call the Minoans, it covers around 150,000 square feet (14,000 square meters) of space, the extent of more than two American football fields, and was encompassed by a town in ancient history. The site came to unmistakable quality in the mid twentieth century when it was uncovered and reestablished by a group drove by British classicist Arthur Evans.

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Humayun’s Tomb

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Humayun kicked the bucket in 1556 AD following a tumble from stairs. He was let go at his royal residence at Purana Quilla in Delhi. Following his passing, Delhi was assaulted by Hemu, the Hindu general and Chief Minister of Adil Shah Suri of Suri Dynasty. To save the holiness of their Emperor’s remaining parts, the withdrawing Mughal armed force unearthed Humayun’s remaining parts and took them to be reburied at Kalanaur in Punjab.

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Temple of Edfu

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The Temple of Edfu is an antiquated Egyptian sanctuary situated on the west bank of the Nile in the city of Edfu which was referred to in Greco-Roman circumstances as Apollonopolis Magna, after the central god Horus-Apollo. It is a standout amongst other protected sanctuaries in Egypt. The sanctuary, committed to the bird of prey god Horus, was worked in the Ptolemaic period in the vicinity of 237 and 57 BCE.

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