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Adrian Goldsworthy, Caesar: Life of a Colossus |
Philip Freeman, Julius Caesar |
Mary Beard, The Roman Triumph |
Anthony Everitt, Cicero: The Life and Times of Rome's Greatest Politician |
Adrian Goldsworthy, Antony and Cleopatra |
Barry Strauss, The Death of Caesar: The Story of History's Most Famous Assassination |
Arthur Weigall, “The Life and Times of Marc Antony” |
Kathryn E. Welch, The Career of M. Aemilius Lepidus 49-44 B.C. Hermes 123, no. 4 (1995): 443-54 |
Plutarch, Parallel Lives: The Life of Julius Caesar |
Appian, The Civil Wars, Book 2 |
Suetonius, The Life of Julius Caesar |
Cassius Dio, Roman History, Book 43 |
Anonymous, On the Alexandrian War |
Anonymous, On the Spanish War |
Cicero, Letters to Atticus, Book 13 |

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Medieval Europe: Crash Course European History #1

Our European history is going to start around 1500 with the Renaissance, but believe it or not, that is not the actual beginning of history in the continent. So, today, we're going to teach you the broad outlines of the so-called Middle Ages, and look at events like the Black Plague, the Hundred Years War, and the Western Schism of the Catholic Church that set the stage for the history of modern Europe.

Aberth, John. The Black Death. The Great Mortality of 1348-1350. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedford St. Martin’s, 2017.
Huizinga, Johan. The Autumn of the Middle Ages. Trans. Rodney J. Payton and Ulrich Mammitzsch. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1996.
Hunt, Lynn et al. The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures. 6th ed. Vol. 1. Boston: Bedford St. Martin’s, 2019.
Kelley, Donald R. and Bonnie G. Smith. The Medieval and Early Modern World. Primary Sources and Reference. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.
Spielvogel, Jackson J. Western Civilization. 7th ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2009.

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U.S. Civil War - Surprising Soldiers - Extra History

Historians have been learning that the US civil war armies were a lot more diverse than previously accounted for--partly because many soldiers who hailed from other countries and nations used adopted names. Chinese, Hawaiian, Hispanic, and Cherokee soldiers all participated on both sides of the US civil war--suffering even more conflict in some cases.
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A Brief History of Konami -- CLS Side Quest

Founded as a jukebox repair company some five decades ago, Konami rapidly turned into one of Japan's most beloved publishers and developers of video games, giving the world the likes of Metal Gear, Castlevania, Contra, and more. But as the corporation became more and more distracted by profitable ventures outside of core gaming, its reputation began to collapse. Not that the company cares all that much. Today, Konami is a shadow of its former self to hardcore games consumers at the same time it's raking in record revenues and profits. So just what's going on over there, anyway? Well, to understand what's happening now, it's important we first go back and explore the past.

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The English have had perhaps more impact on British, European and World History than any other nation. First a province of the Romans before becoming petty Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms, the story of the English is long and complex.

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History: The War of 1812 Documentary

The War of 1812 was a military conflict, lasting for two and a half years, fought by the United States of America against the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, its North American colonies, and its American Indian allies.

25 Most IMPORTANT Events In History

Have you thought about which are the most important events in history? History is full of major defining moments, but which of these moments are the most important moments ever? Today, we’re going to find out. Check out these 25 most important events in history.

Not all historical moments are created equal. Some of these moments have had a significant impact on the world we live in today. In fact, you can say that our world would not be the way it is today if it wasn’t for these historical moments. Check out the most important events in history (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below which of these historical moments do you think is the most important:


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The black death killed an estimated 75 million people making it one of the most important events in history. Even today, the name is synonymous with death. Another important event in history is the industrial revolution. We would not be where we are today as far as technological advancement if it wasn’t for the industrial revolution. Of course, there are also wars such as World War I and II, Greco-Persian wars, and the American Revolution. Check out other events that shaped the world as we know it as we explore these 25 most important events in history.

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History of The Byzantine Empire - Documentary

In this video, we discuss the history of the Byzantine Empire, from the year that Western Rome fell, 476, onwards.

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History of Rome - Documentary

In this video, we examine the history of the Roman Empire, from its rise to its fall.

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The Magic Weed - History Of Marijuana

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Magic Weed : The Truth About Cannabis Sativa traces the story of the Cannabis plant, which has been known to mankind for thousands of years and how it serves us in so many ways. The sacred herb was always seen by Shamans and the ancients as a gift from the Creator God(s) of life on Earth. Like food nourishes the body, Cannabis provides nourishment for the mind and works it’s magic with the soul. Also explored in this documentary is the American relationship with hemp, including it’s ban during the 1920?s and the various uses of the hemp plant.

Cannabis Sativa is an annual plant in the Cannabaceae family. It is a herb that has been used throughout recorded history by humans as a source of fiber, for its seed oil, as food, as medicine and for spiritual purposes. Different parts of the plant have different uses, and different varieties are cultivated in different ways and harvested at different times, depending on the purpose for which it is grown. Cannabis or Ganja is associated with Shiva, who is popularly believed to like the hemp plant.

The Catherine Wheel - Worst Punishments In The History of Mankind

Today we're taking a closer look at one of the worst punishments in the history of mankind and how it got started, where it was used and how it ended. Follow us on this educational journey where we explore the past with animated history video!

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What was D-Day like for the Germans? | Animated History

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In Search Of History - Ancient Inventions (History Channel Documentary)

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The Nazca lines in Peru stretch for miles, forming perfect images of animals visible only from the air. Immense and precise, the pyramids remain among mankind's greatest accomplishments, and experts still debate how they were built. Span the globe in this riveting look at the most incredible accomplishments of the ancient world achievements that rival and even surpass those of today. From the secret formula of Damascus steel which helped drive the Crusaders from the Holy Land to the computer from Ancient Greece, probe the origins of these incredible inventions. Take to the skies in a balloon made from a design 1,000 years old, and join scientists, engineers and historians as they probe the mysteries of ancient devices that cannot be replicated today! And examine the extraordinary innovations of Leonardo Da Vinci, whose drawings included designs for a tank, machine, gun, helicopter and parachute!

The Three Kingdoms - Yellow Turban Rebellion - Extra History - #1

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Liu Bei, Zhang Fei, Guan Yu--these were the men who would define the Three Kingdoms period. Even though the actual history of this period is often conflated with the events of the historical novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, there was still a lot of compelling drama and intrigue we can explore--let's delve in to the Yellow Turban Rebellion, which really did happen!
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The Animated History of Every Robin [DC Comics]

Our humble attempt to condense the history of the world's greatest sidekick in under 5mins.

History of the Alamo's Japanese monument

Most Americans know the story of the Alamo, and yet know little about the battle referenced on a memorial there. The parallels between the story of the defense of the Alamo and the 1575 Battle of Nagashino demonstrate that the East and West share a common definition of heroism.

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Frequently Asked History: How did Ancient/Medieval Borders Work? (Short Animated Documentary)

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How on earth did Ancient or Medieval Borders work? Find out here and learn all about headless tribes and the concept of a frontier whilst doing so.


Historical Ecosystem: Roman Frontier and Economic Hinterlands in North Africa by Orietta Dora Cordonova (2012).

Frontiers and Borderlands in Imperial Perspectives: Exploring Rome's Egyptian Frontier by Anne Lucille Boozer (2013).

England, Scotland and Europe: The Problem of the Frontier by D. Hay (1974).

Scottish Influences on the Medieval Laws of the Anglo-Scottish Marches by Cynthia Neville (2002).



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