Category: History

“THE AMERICAN HOLD IN SYRIA “Usually derided for its infighting or discarded as unnecessary, Syria’s political opposition shows the oppositions, misunderstandings and conflicting geopolitical interests upon which it had been founded. That its main political bodies have failed to overcome their inherent weaknesses and play a proactive role is unfortunate. But so too is the […]
The first, and largest, the pyramid at Giza was built by the pharaoh Khufu (reign started around 2551 B.C.). His pyramid, which today stands 455 feet (138 meters) tall, is understood because the “Great Pyramid” and was considered to be a wonder of the planet by ancient writers. The monument of Khafre (reign began approximately […]
Well, you’re in luck, Inquiring Mind, as a result of the origin of the recommendation column is preciselywhat we’re about to be specializing in these days. as a result of staring at the recommendation column’s colorfulpast isn’t simply a remarkable lesson. It may also tell the United States tons regarding however this centuries-old kind has […]
what was Jesus’s real name Jesus’s name in Hebrew was Yeshua therefore however did we tend to getthe name Redeemer and is Christ really a last name may be the foremost well-knownname within the entire world Jesus Christ is the name of the Messiah of the Christiana faith which name has become pretty widespread no […]
When I say “cannibals” the image that comes to your mind probably isn’t a groupof white European settlers.Maybe it’s because most images feature groups of darker-skinned natives, deep in the wilderness,and if you’ve watched too many cartoons, they’re probably dancing around a boiling pot.But what you might not expect is that the myth of the […]
Did you know that race was not always considered a biological or genetic category?So how did we come to understand it that way today?We all have a working definition of race.Whether you kinda understand it, hate it, claim to not see it, or study it (hint hint,cough cough: that’s me), it still plays a role […]
So if you’re a big ole history nerd like me then you probably remember the scene inBlack Panther when Killmonger is standing in a museum with a particularly smug docentwho’s explaining to him the origins of various African tribal masks.Killmonger’s response is to ask the docent how much she thinks the people who placedthese artifacts […]
2020 marks 100 years since women were given the right to vote in the United States! OnAugust 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified which says: “Theright of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by theThe United States or by any State on account of […]
[pl_row] [pl_col col=12] [pl_text] One of the challenges of tracing the economic impact of epidemics and pandemics as you’llsee in this episode is that these tragedies don’t occur in a vacuum.Therefore it can sometimes be difficult to determine which changes are the result ofepidemics and which ones are the result of other social factors.However, the […]