Ancient History & Civilizations

15 Adorable Ancient Greek Vase Paintings You Will Love

Ancient Greeks were experts in pottery making and used different types of potteries like krater, amphora, pilike, hydria, pyxis, dinos and pithos for storing wine as well as oil. Various archaeological digs conducted over the years have helped historians unearth and discover Greek vases dating back to 1st and 2nd century BC. And one common

15 Interesting Facts About Norse Mythology

Norse mythology is rich, its vast, its intriguing and can take a considerable amount of time to study and understand it thoroughly. If you are a comics fan and are a die hard fanatic of Thor, the Lightening God, you would know something about the many riveting stories about Norse folklore. Norse was the culture

18 Important Events in Ancient Rome History

“Rome was not built in a day”, is a popular idiom all of us have been hearing since childhood. And true to the words, the ancient Roman civilization spread over centuries from 753BC when Romulus founded Rome, till 476AD when Augustulus was abdicated and the city was taken over by the Goth. In a timeline

18 Weird Victorian Sex Tips : Sex During the Victorian Era

Victorians took pride in their culture and yes, they loved being ‘prudes’. They had many set of rules and regulations to lead a proper ‘Victorian’ way of life which was basically governed by stiffness and weirdness. The Victorian era was considered golden as it had a prim queen who set high standards of moralities for

15 Facts From Leo Tolstoy Biography You Don’t Know

Dear readers, today we are rounding up the top 15 facts from Leo Tolstoy biography that you do not know, and will be quite surprised as you get to unveil some secrets about this ‘greatest authors of all time”. Leo Tolstoy was born in a Russian aristocratic family as Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, and is best

13 Biggest Nuclear Explosions in History

There’s something undeniably fascinating about watching things blow up. The monstrosity of an explosion satisfies our fetish for watching a destructive event. We watch rigged explosions happening in films, on TV, and even in some amusement parks. But a nuclear explosion beats all of them. Here are some of the biggest natural and man-made nuclear

33 Unknown Facts about Pompeii Destruction

Pompeii, aka The city of the Dead is one of the most visited archaeological sites, but do you know that it remained lost for centuries after it was buried by the great eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD? The city is perhaps the most well known places today, but there are many unknown facts

13 Things You Don’t Know About Eva Braun

Eva Braun was not just another pretty face who latched herself to the infamous Adolf Hitler. Though she was a little na├»ve when she first got involved with him, but later she ensured to make a strong footing in Hitler’s life and circle. Historians consider her to be a great disappointment as she had no