Battle of Thermopylae

Among the great battles that have arisen over time, we can mention one of the most famous battles, the Battle of Thermopylae occurred during the Second Medical War , in which there was an alliance of the polis of Greece. which were led by Sparta (terrestrial means) and by Athens (marine means). These two important groups decided to unite to stop the invasion that … Read more

Carolingian Empire

The Carolingians, who succeeded the Merovingians, reigned in Western Europe from the 750s to the end of the 10th century . With the support of the Church of Rome, the power of the Carolingian Empire is marked by having almost achieved the unity of the Christian West thanks to the great reforms launched by Pepin the Short and under the rule of … Read more

Medical Wars

It was 546 BC when Ionia, a territorial entity that was made up of Greek cities, was conquered by the Persian king Cyrus, making it part of the Persian Empire. For many years Ionian cities were greatly affected by the Persian invasion and developed a resentment that would unleash a series of warlike confrontations to obtain … Read more

Punic Wars

The Punic Wars were armed conflicts between the Carthaginian Empire and the Roman Republic between 264 and 146 BC, which at that time were the two powers that dominated the Mediterranean. Data of interest Dates:  264 BC to 241 BC (First Punic War), 218 BC to 201 BC (Second Punic War) and 149 BC to 146 BC (Third Medical War) … Read more


The Mesolithic period represents a major advance for humanity in the Stone Age . This period of Prehistory includes the years between 10,000 BC and 6,000 BC. After the end of the Ice Age, man had to change his life habits to adapt to the new ecosystem in which he had to live. For this, he had to leave the caves and start developing the architecture … Read more


In prehistory there are two macro moments that define the beginning and the end of this period of the beginning of humanity. The first is the Stone Age and the second is the Metal Age . The Stone Age can also be divided into several eras such as: the Paleolithic , the Mesolithic and the Neolithic. What is the Paleolithic? The Paleolithic period is the initial … Read more


In the Stone Age, the period known as the Neolithic had its beginning from 8,000 BC to 3,000 BC Its development took place in the eastern Mediterranean, the Nile Valley, in Syria and Iraq and also some populations in northern Europe. There is research that confirms that the Neolithic was also present in America and East Asia because there is … Read more

Metal Age

In the study of the historical period known as prehistory, there are two moments that mark the evolution of man. The first is the Stone Age and the second is the Metal Age . Each one has its very particular characteristics but it is in the Metal Age that groups of people begin to form villages and sedentary peoples … Read more

Tiahuanaco Culture

The tiahuanaco culture is one of the most important populations in South America since it is the longest-lived pre-Inca culture on the continent. Their territories occupied large tracts of land that today are part of Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina . It developed in the Andean-Central highlands between 250 BC and 1200 AD . leaving today remains of its great cities and temples, … Read more

Toltec Culture

The Toltec culture is one of the most representative pre-Columbian civilizations of Mesoamerica in Mexico. This was developed between the 10th and 11th centuries in the northern highlands of Mexico. The Toltecs had a lot of influence on the Mayan people and in the lands of Chichén Itza where this civilization was able to build buildings such as the Temple of the … Read more