Divination scrolls in with Celtic alphabet stones.

The Celtic Fringe: The Breton Hegemony over Brittany

June 28, 2020

The Celtic world was marginalized heavily when the Latin languages took over, but some regions, such as Brittany in France, underwent some sociopolitical changes that put them on the fringe of the fringe. Read on to find out more. […]

Picture of an illustration by Marzolino, originally done by Janet-Lange, Paris-1860 has Napoleon III riding on a horse along with his army staff. When elected, like his uncle, Napoleon III seized power in a coup d’état in 1851 and became Emperor of France.
European History

The Paris Commune and Mistakes of Napoleon III

June 26, 2020

In 1871, Paris was going through tough times, a battlefield in a civil war with the French government set to end the urban revolt. Why were those revolutionaries called the Paris Commune? […]

The picture of the map by Martin Waldseemüller has the name of America mentioned in it.
American History

Columbian Exchange and the Ideas of the New World

June 26, 2020

The American continent was in the Waldseemüller map now gaining popularity for the name, America. This also resulted in travel and physical contacts between Old and the New World under a term known as ‘Columbian Exchange’. Why was it considered, an environmental turning point? Read more to find it out! […]

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