Papyrus Depicting Tutankhamun and His Wife Ankhesenamun
This beautiful garden scene shows Tutankhamun receiving flowers from his wife Ankhesenamun. This scene comes from an ivory chest that was found in his tomb in 1922, when it was discovered by Howard Carter, artist unknown (circa 1300BC). Tut took the throne at a mere eight years old and would have held close to his wife for love and support. Their touching scenes show us how close they were, most likely because they grew up in the palace together.
Caesar crossing the Rubicon
Illustration of a Caesar crossing the Rubicon. This event of crossing a small stream in Northern Italy became one of ancient history's most pivotal events, for from it sprang the Roman Empire
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Vintage map of Magna Graecia
'Vintage map of Magna Graecia, showing the settlements of the ancient greeks in Italy. Magna GrA|cia is the name of the coastal areas of Southern Italy on the Tarentine Gulf that was extensively colonized by Greek settlers around the eighth century BC .'
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