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Articles about the most famous people in ancient Greece and Rome including facts and accomplishments of their emperors as well as contribution of their scientists and thinkers.

Hera Powers Featured

A Summary of the Powers of the Greek Goddess Hera

Hera was the Queen of the Gods in ancient Greek mythology and the supreme goddess of the skies. Specifically, she was the goddess of women, marriage, family and childbirth. Due to this she was...
Hera Myths Featured

10 Most Famous Myths Featuring The Greek Goddess Hera

  In Greek mythology, Hera was the goddess of women, marriage, family and childbirth. She was the sister and wife of Zeus, the king of the Gods. Zeus tricked her into marrying him and due...

Hera | 10 Interesting Facts About The Greek Goddess

  Hera was the Ancient Greek goddess of women, marriage, family and childbirth. She was one of the most prominent figures in Greek mythology and there are numerous myths featuring her. Hera was swallowed by...
Greek Theatre Facts Featured

10 Interesting Facts About The Ancient Greek Theatre

  Ancient Greek theatre, which thrived from around 550 BCE to 220 BCE, lay the foundations for theatre in the western world. Greek theatre may be traced to the festival of Dionysia in Athens, which...
Poseidon Powers Featured

A Summary of the Powers of the Greek God Poseidon

  Poseidon was one of the major deities in ancient Greece. He was the god of the sea, of earthquakes and of horses. As one of the primary ruling gods of Olympus, Poseidon was a...
Poseidon Myths Featured

10 Most Famous Myths Featuring The Greek God Poseidon

  Poseidon was the ancient Greek God of the sea, earthquakes and horses. He was eaten by the father Cronus at birth and it was his brother Zeus who, after coming of age, tricked his...
Poseidon Facts Featured

Poseidon | 10 Interesting Facts About The Greek God

  Poseidon was one of the major deities in ancient Greece. He was the God of the sea, of earthquakes and of horses. He was swallowed by his father Cronus at birth and it was...
Roman Achievements Featured

10 Major Achievements of the Ancient Roman Civilization

  Beginning with the founding of the city of Rome in 8th century BCE, the earliest period of Ancient Rome was the Roman Kingdom which ended with the overthrow of the kings in 509 BC....
Zeus Featured

Greek God Zeus | Interesting Facts, Myths & Powers

  Zeus was the king of the gods in ancient Greek religion. He was the god of the sky, lightning and thunder; and the most prominent symbols associated with him are the thunderbolt, eagle, bull...
Roman Soldier Facts Featured

10 Interesting Facts On Ancient Roman Soldiers

  Ancient Roman soldiers may be divided into two main types, legionaries and auxiliaries. The former were citizens of Rome while the latter were not. There were 12 major ranks which a Roman soldier could...

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