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Twelve Great Women of Ancient Persia
Articleby Joshua J. Mark

Twelve Great Women of Ancient Persia

Women in ancient Persia had more rights and greater freedom than any other ancient civilization including, according to some scholars, even ancient Egypt which is famous for its respect for the feminine principle in religion as well as daily...
Women in Ancient Persia
Articleby Joshua J. Mark

Women in Ancient Persia

Women in ancient Persia were not only highly respected but, in many cases, considered the equals of males. Women could own land, conduct business, received equal pay, could travel freely on their own, and in the case of royal women, hold...
Byzantine-Armenian Relations
Articleby Mark Cartwright

Byzantine-Armenian Relations

The relationship between the Byzantine Empire and ancient Armenia was a constant and varied one with an equal mix of wars, occupations, treaties of friendship, mutual military aid, and cultural exchange. Regarded as a vital defence to the...
Alexander the Great | Top 5 Facts
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Alexander the Great | Top 5 Facts

City founder, natural leader and proud red head, here’s five shocking facts on the battle born Alexander the Great. For more historical facts and features, visit http://www.historyanswers.co.uk/ Or purchase the latest issue of the...
Glazed Brick Guardsman from Susa, Iran
Imageby Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Glazed Brick Guardsman from Susa, Iran

This was part of a frieze depicting rows of guards. The vivid colors show how the carved stone sculptures would have looked when they were painted. The guards were thought to be members of the 10,000 special royal guards. They were said to...
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