In 43 B.C., Mark Antony murdered Cicero, famous for his unparalleled powers of speech, and ushered in the beginnings of the Roman Empire.

The brutal beheading of Cicero, last defender of the Roman Republic

Monument to Vladimir the Great

The Hi-Tech Traditionalist: In The Russo-Ukrainian Conflict – The Winner Takes It All

Scientists surveyed the genetic 'bar codes' of five million animals and 100,000 different species.

Every person was spawned from single pair of adults living up to 200,000 years ago, scientists claim.

Timur looks down on a miserable Bayezid.

As he saw it, Timur’s mission was to restore Mongol rule to the glory days of Genghis Khan, reigning supreme over lands from Korea to the Caspian Sea.

The findings were all discovered in the remains of the Penedo dos Lobos Roman camp, the first of its kind to be investigated in Galicia.

Remains of weapons, sandals and coins shed new light on Roman conquest of Northwest Iberia

Muslims had initiated hostilities on the same rationale it had used to initiate hostilities against non-Muslims for the preceding 1,200 years.

Despite the (rather ignorant) question that became popular after the terror strikes of 9/11: “Why do they hate us?” — the United States’ first war and victory as a nation was against Islam.

Saladin is known for destroying King Guy's army at the Horns of Hattin in 1187 and reclaiming Jerusalem for Islam after it had been ruled for nearly a century by Christian crusaders.

Expert disease detective unravels mysterious illness that killed famed 12th century sultan.


How an 11th century fortress thrown up by William the Conqueror became the seat of British royal power.

Pearl Harbor survivors to remember those killed.

Science edges closer to Bible accounts of Adam and Eve.

The victory at Vimy was a defining event for Canada, considered by many contemporaries and later scholars to be a significant event in Canada’s progress to full independence from Britain.