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Statue of Cornelia Antonia from Antioch of Pisidia

Statue of Cornelia Antonia from Antioch of Pisidia

The woman, whose name was inscribed on the plinth as Cornelia Antonia, wears a long and voluminous chiton with a large himation, covering the entire body and falling down onto the plinth. Although the...

Konrad Adenauer - History

Konrad Adenauer - History

Konrad Adenauer1876- 1964German StatesmanKonrad Adenauer was born in Cologne Germany on January 5, 1876. He went to law school at the Universities of Freiburg in Munich and Bonn. He graduated in 1900. Adenauer was a devout Catholic. he was elected to the Cologne City Council in 1906 becoming deputy mayor in 1909.

Hector of Troy: The Battle for Peace and the Wrath of Achilles

Hector of Troy: The Battle for Peace and the Wrath of Achilles

The legendary super-warrior has gone down in history as a model of chivalry, trying to protect his beloved city of Troy from the wrath of the Greeks during the Trojan War. As the meddlesome gods take sides, the mythological stories of rage and heroism result in his tragic demise.

Kelly's Heroes [1970]

Kelly's Heroes [1970]

Kelly& 39;s Heroes 1970 Kelly& 39;s Heroes 1970 A classic war film depite being full of historical inaccuracies and stereotypes (especially the German Tiger commander and Oddball& 39;s Hippy 20 years before Hippies were about) but ignore this and treat it as it was intended, as a tongue firmly in cheek wartime adventure.

Martin Robinson Delany

Martin Robinson Delany

Biography of Martin Robinson Delany. In 1843 Delany began publishing the anti-slavery newspaper, The Mystery. Four years later, Delany joined Frederick Douglass on the North Star. He also attended the Harvard Medical School (1849-52) and afterwards established himself as a doctor in Pittsburgh.

The siege of Granville during the French Revolution

The siege of Granville during the French Revolution

© RMN-Grand Palais / Thierry Le Mage Publication date: March 2019 University of Evry-Val d & 39; Essonne Historical background La virée de la Galerne In November 1793, the Vendée counter-revolutionaries found themselves at the gates of Granville, a locality they besieged in the goal of opening a bridge with England and the emigrants there.