Cleopatra was the last Egyptian pharaoh who is known for her seductive nature. She was also a shrewd and powerful ruler.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered five well-preserved tombs from around the time of the sixth dynasty.
Scientists have discovered the long-lost shipwreck of a whaling vessel that sank during a storm in 1836.
Archaeologists are closing in on a lost medieval town sometimes referred to as Yorkshire's "Atlantis."
Reference Saladin was a Muslim leader who united his people to force the Crusaders out of Jerusalem in 1187, kickstarting the Third Crusade where he fought the forces of Richard the Lionheart.
Rerfence Jousting is individual mounted combat with the lance, enabling the riders to demonstrate skill and courage.
Reference The Cold War was a decades-long diplomatic and military standoff between the Soviet Union and the United States
Reference In 1942, US bombers attacked Japan's capital in retribution for the Pearl Harbor attack.
Three cosmonauts donned Ukraine-flag colors when boarding the space station, but now the Russians say the fashion choice had nothing to do with support for Ukraine.
Reference The Scythians were an important ancient society of warriors and pastoralists who dominated the steppe land north of the Black Sea between 800 B.C. and A.D. 300.
Reference 'Mutual assured destruction is the concept that two superpowers can annihilate each other with nuclear weapons.
Reference The Pacific War was a major theater of World War II that was fought between the Allies and Imperial Japan, across the Pacific and Indian Oceans, Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Archaeologists at Notre Dame Cathedral have discovered a leaden coffin and other burials that are hundreds of years old.
Reference The Korean War, 1950-1953, began with the communist North Korean invasion of South Korea and was halted by an armistice without a formal peace treaty.
Rome built an empire that stretched from northern England to the Middle East over a period of six centuries.