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Kingdoms of the Diadochi after the battle of Ipsus

Kingdoms of the Successors of Alexander after the battle of Ipsus, 301 BC.

Caesar campaigns from Rome to Thapsus-fr.svg

Caesar's route to Munda, where he fought and defeated Gnaeus Pompeius (Pompey the Younger) and Sextus Pompeius. Octavian meant to join him, but was delayed by illness.

Βενετία στον χάρτη: Ιταλία

Lazio (Latin: Latium), sometimes referred to in English as Latium, is one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy, situated in the central peninsular section of the country.Its capital is Rome, capital and largest city of Italy.

Charles Martel (The Hammer) c. 688-741 sarcophagus, Saint Denis Basilique Saint-Denis Departement de Seine-Saint-Denis Ile-de-France, France

The sarcophagus of the legendary Charles Martel. Also known as "The Hammer of God" and "The Saviour of Europe". Grandfather of Charlemagne.

Charles Martel ("the Hammer of God") aka: The Savior of Europe - my 35th, 38th, (x5)   39th, 40th (x3) 41st (x3), 42nd & 44th (x2)  GGF. He was actually "Duke and Prince of the Franks" and Charlemagne's grandfather. Gorgeous artwork - wow.

Modern concept of Charles Martel ("the Hammer of God") aka: the Savior of Europe. He was called "Duke and Prince of the Franks" and was Charlemagne's grandfather.

The Battle of Vouille (507 AD)

The Battle of Vouille (507 AD)

BATTLE OF CALEBEEi 1813   During the Creek Indian War, that had begun August 30, 1813, with the Indian attack on Fort Mims, an engagement took place between the Georgia militia, under Gen. Floyd,1 and the  Creek Indians, January 27, 1814, ... Read More

BATTLE OF CALEBEEi 1813 During the Creek Indian War, that had begun August with the Indian attack on Fort Mims, an engagement took place between the Georgia militia, under Gen. and the Creek Indians, January .

Tabula Rogeriana, drawn by Al-Idrisi for Roger II of Sicily in 1154; note that the map, originally oriented with the north at the bottom of the page, has been reversed so north is "up" as we expect.

Tabula Rogeriana, by Arab geographer Muhammad al-Idrisi for Norman King Roger II of Sicily

Detail of a miniature of Robert (Rollo), first duke of Normandy, dressed in chainmail

Detail of a miniature of Robert (Rollo), first duke of Normandy, dressed in chainmail.

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