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Interview with Illustrator Flora of Flaroh Illustration
Interviewby Kelly Macquire

Interview with Illustrator Flora of Flaroh Illustration

Join World History Encyclopedia as they chat with Flora of Flaroh Illustration, a freelance illustrator who loves to create art inspired by archaeological artefacts and myths. Kelly (WHE): What is your process in creating art based on...
Oshun
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Oshun

Oshun (pronounced O-shan, also given as Osun) is a supernatural entity recognized as both a spirit and a goddess in the Yoruba religion of West Africa. She presides over fertility, love, and freshwater, is the patroness of the Osun River...
The Ancient Roman Festival of Saturnalia: Jolliest of Roman Festivals
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The Ancient Roman Festival of Saturnalia: Jolliest of Roman Festivals

The Ancient Roman Festival of Saturnalia began as a one-day festival in honor of the Roman god Saturn, but by the late Republic, it spanned over an entire week. The Saturnalia consisted of feasting, drinking, games and general merriment...
Map of the Successor Kingdoms, c. 303 BCE
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Map of the Successor Kingdoms, c. 303 BCE

Map of the Diadochi successor kingdoms to Alexander the Great's empire, before the Battle of Ipsus (301 BCE).
Ruins of Roman Baths at Garni Temple
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Ruins of Roman Baths at Garni Temple

These are some of the ruins of the former Roman baths that once surrounded Garni Temple in what is present-day Armenia. They were constructed during the 3rd century CE.
Arrian
Definitionby Donald L. Wasson

Arrian

Lucius Flavius Arrianus, commonly known as Arrian (86 - c. 160 CE) was a Greek historian, philosopher, and statesman from Nicomedia, capital of the Roman province of Bithynia. Arrian is recognized as one of the most renowned authors of the...
Crusades
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Crusades

The Crusades were a series of military campaigns organised by popes and Christian western powers to take Jerusalem and the Holy Land back from Muslim control and then defend those gains. There were eight major official crusades between 1095...
Macrinus
Definitionby Donald L. Wasson

Macrinus

Macrinus was Roman emperor from April 217 to June 218 CE. It is a story that has been told countless times before - an emperor is assassinated leaving no heir or successor. On April 8, 217 CE Roman Emperor Caracalla was murdered, supposedly...
Timeline of World History | Major Time Periods & Ages
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Timeline of World History | Major Time Periods & Ages

A timeline of world history, chronicling major events and historical eras.
Byzantine & Persian Empires in the 7th Century
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Byzantine & Persian Empires in the 7th Century

A map showing the extent of the Byzantine Empire and the Sasanian Empire in the 7th century.
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