How did the middle class live in Pompeii until the city was buried by the volcano Vesuvius? Discoveries in Italy help answer
The Archaeological Site of Pompeii, in Italy, announced today the discovery of several typical “middle-class” dwellings with closets full of objects that had been closed since the eruption of the Vesuvius volcano that devastated the city two millennia ago. The director of the archaeological site, Gabriel Zuchtriegel, explained in a
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Alexander the Great and Macedonian rule
After the death of Philip II of Macedon, Alexander III was crowned king and turned it into one of the greatest empires of antiquity by defeating the Persians. Alexander the Great was the king of Macedonia from 336 BC. and, during his reign, managed to form a great empire in
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