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The Behistun Inscription
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The Behistun Inscription

Darius I's (c. 550-486 BCE) trilingual inscription, in Akkadian or Babylonian, Elamite, and old Persian, carved on the Behistun rock relief from the village of the same name.
Map of the Battle of Gaugamela - Alexander's Attack
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Map of the Battle of Gaugamela - Alexander's Attack

A map of the battle of Gaugamela depicting Alexander the Great attacking Darius III, a move that led to victory.
Achaemenid Royal Tombs
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Achaemenid Royal Tombs

Tombs of the Achaemenid kings of Darius I, Xerxes I and Artaxerxes I at Naqsh-e Rostam.
Corinthian Capital
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Corinthian Capital

A corinthian capital, situated in the Agora of Athens.
Map Roman-Parthian War, 58-60 CE
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Map Roman-Parthian War, 58-60 CE

Map of the troop movements during the first two years of the Roman-Parthian War over Armenia (58 to 63 CE), detailing the Roman offensive into Armenia and capture of the country by Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo.
Map: Year of the Four Emperors
Image by Andrei Nacu & Steerpike

Map: Year of the Four Emperors

Map of the Roman Empire during 69AD, the Year of the Four Emperors. Coloured areas indicate provinces loyal to one of four warring generals.
White Horse of Uffington
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White Horse of Uffington

The white horse of Uffington, a Bronze Age carving into the chalk hills in Oxfordshire, England.
Septimius Severus, Glyptothek Munich
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Septimius Severus, Glyptothek Munich

Bust of Septimius Severus (reign 193–211 CE). White, fine-grained marble, modern restorations (nose, parts of the beard, draped bust). Glyptothek, Munich.
Tower of London - 3D View
3D Image by Oleg Shuldyakov

Tower of London - 3D View

The White Tower of the Tower of London castle is the oldest structure of the complex, first built 1078-1110 CE by William the Conqueror.
The Empire of Alexander the Great
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The Empire of Alexander the Great

A map showing the Empire of Alexander the Great, his conquests, and the routes he took (334 BC - 323 BC). Major cities, roads, and battles are indicated.