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The Byzantine Empire was a country in Southern Europe having its origins in Eastern Roman Empire. During the ages, the Empire declined because of Islam advance and was dissolved in 1453 by fall of its…
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An internal state of change within a political unit, organized by a typically popular movement formed with the express intent of overthrowing the established government for said political unit.
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The 15th century began on January 1, 1401, and ended on December 31, 1500.
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For questions related to history of farming and breeding animals.
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The questions concerning modern Egypt.
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Contemporary history describes the period timeframe that is without any intervening time closely connected to the present day and is a certain perspective of modern history.
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Ancient China refers to the oldest period in Chinese history, prior to unification under the Qin Dynasty (221 B.C.) and the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. – A.D. 220).
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Questions related to history of art or artists.
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The 16th century was the century which lasted from January 1, 1501 to December 31, 1600 in the Gregorian calendar.
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The religious texts of Israeli origin, considered in whole by Christianity and in part (the Old Testament) by Judaism as holy.
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wear for different occassions. This tag is more functional, on the other hand there is the [tag:fashion].
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a country in South-Western Asia, bordered from East by Afghanistan and Pakistan, North by Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, and West by Iraq.
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For questions related to northern part of America, ie. pre-Columbian era, age of Spanish, English and French colonization, to modern day countries of Canada, the United States and Mexico.
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For questions about different systems of measuring time.
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Of or pertaining to aircraft and or man powered flight.
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Questions pertaining to a series of military campaigns sanctioned by the Pope in an effort to restore Christian control of the Holy Lands. These campaigns were spread out over a period dating from aro…
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a process of organized teaching and learning.
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Nazism, from German Nazi, as abbreviation of National Sozialismus, is a totalitarian ideology of the German NSDAP party, led by Adolf Hitler. The consequence of adopting this ideology was the World Wa…
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a head of republican state. The term can also refer to leader of organization, institution or community.
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Citing words of other people, usually to back own ones with authoritative opinion.
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For questions regarding primary and secondary evidence that allows us to draw conclusions about historical happenings. Use this tag for requests for analysis of specific sources. More general question…
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Questions related to particular battles, commanders, troops, and war machines involved.
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both the continent, and the country by the same name. Questions related to Australia may concern the inhabitants of the continent, European contact with the continent, the continent, or t…
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A continent, east of Europe and Africa, separated from Europe by the Ural Mountains in the North, and the Straits of Dardanelles in the south, and separated from Africa by the Suez Canal.
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Process and effect of planning and designing buildings, both in scientific (as a method of creating constructions) or art (as styles throughout ages) ways.
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The Holy Roman Empire existed from 962 to 1806 on the territory of present-day Germany and a number of its neighboring countries.
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the process by which a populace elects their political leaders. Elections are typically only utilized in democratic nations with some exceptions. Elections come in multiple different for…
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Civilizations refers to a means to organize groups of people around common: culture, race, ethnicity, language, religion, national boundaries, etc. The organizing principles are not concrete. Questio…
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A broad term used for the period of cultural history of the Greco-Roman world that lasted from the 8th century BC to the decline of the Roman Empire in the 5th century AD.
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moving and fighting on horseback. In some areas other animals were used, like camels in Arabia. The modern cavalry units are equipped in helicopters.
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Methods of moving people, goods or animals from one place to another, usually on large distance.