Masada: Exploring Israel's ancient desert fortress
Rules Genghis Khan's Warriors Had To Follow
In the 1200s A.D., the world was hit by the equivalent of a human-made meteor bombardment. Cities were leveled, millions killed, and empires turned to ash. At the same time, a great part of the world became united, trade was promoted, and the stage was set for the modern era. This tsunami of change started, according to National Geographic, in 1206 when a Mongol chieftain, Temujin (sometimes Temijin) united the various tribes of the steppes of Central Asia and took the name Genghis Khan...
Although most accounts of the Egyptian civilization concentrate on famous and well-known works of art, all these monuments and paintings had to start …