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HISTORY
HISTORY Stories from the past that help you make sense of the present.
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IT'S HISTORY!
IT'S HISTORY! IT'S HISTORY is the new history channel on YouTube
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Let's talk about what's bothering you. #SiguyFreud
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What's on a man's mind? #sigmundfreud
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Today is World Heart Day! 
Of course we all know that the meaty bulge pump keeping us alive inside of our chest bears no similarities whatsoever to those two well rounded curves and that sexy triangle. 
It’s likely that the heart form became popular because of its curvy, booty like shape, joining up in a triangle that could resemble the female vulva. 
The shape is thought to be based on fig and ivy leaves.The first ever known depiction of using the heart as a romantic symbol can be found in a 1250 manuscript of the French „Roman de la poire“. It developed it’s known shape during the the 15th century and became quite popular shortly after.
Since the beginning of the 19th century the symbol has been frequently used for candies, cards and pop culture objects.

It’s probably reached the highest record of it’s inflationary use during the modern day emoticon phase though. 
This Picture shows the "Sacre Coeur", a sacred heart from the vision of Marguerite Marie Alacoque

#history #heart #love #worldheartday #sacrecoeur
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HISTORY TV18
HISTORY TV18 HISTORY is made by those who write it. We write it in True HD. Making HISTORY everyday, one pic at a time. @historytv18 #OMGIndia #HISTORYTV18
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History Latinoamérica
History Latinoamérica Puedes ver los episodios completos aquí
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#HoyEnLaHistoria Un día como hoy, del año 1998, era fundado el gigante tecnológico Google, principal subsidiaria de la multinacional estadounidense Alphabet Inc., especializada en productos y servicios digitales relacionados con Internet. Aunque su principal producto es el motor de búsquedas de contenido en Internet, Google ofrece una extensa gama de soluciones digitales, desde correo electrónico y mapas satelitales, hasta la mayor plataforma de video, YouTube, navegadores y aplicaciones. Además, lidera el desarrollo del sistema operativo Android, que domina el segmento de los teléfonos y televisores inteligentes, tabletas, automóviles y dispositivos de realidad aumentada. Sus miles de servidores a lo largo y ancho del mundo permiten a Google procesar más de mil millones de búsquedas diarias y sus productos asisten a más de mil millones de usuarios.
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Una competencia con muchos peligros al acecho, pero un verdadero forjador no se detiene ante una pequeña lesión. Habrá que resistir para vencer #DesafíoSobreFuegoLatam
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#HoyEnLaHistoria Un día como hoy, de 1969, salía a la venta el mítico álbum Abbey Road, última grabación en estudio de The Beatles, aunque no el último álbum en salir al mercado: si bien Let It Be se comercializó en abril de 1970, había sido grabado con anterioridad a Abbey Road. El disco, que consolidó definitivamente a George Harrison como un gran compositor, incluye Here Comes the Sun y Something, dos eternos clásicos de su autoría. Abbey Road es considerado por los críticos especializados como uno de los mejores trabajos del grupo. Al momento de su edición, disipó momentáneamente los rumores de separación que circundaban a la banda. Sin embargo, una feroz pelea interna se activaría tras la muerte de Brian Epstein, manager del grupo. Mientras que el resto de los miembros coincidía en la contratación de Allen Klein, por entonces promotor de los Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney se opuso.
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Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum In the face of a #PlanetaryEmergency, we're working to create a future where both people and planet thrive. #ForPeopleAndPlanet 🌍
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This is a reconstruction of a newly discovered horned dinosaur, dubbed Stellasaurus ancellae or 'starry lizard'. The latest Cretaceous rocks of western North America host some of the richest dinosaur sites on Earth, but new discoveries continue to be made on a regular basis.

In a new paper, John Wilson from Montana State University and colleagues described a new ceratopsian (horned) dinosaur that adds to broader debates on their evolution.

Stellasaurus ancellae is based on a partial skull. The name, literally 'starry lizard', refers to the characteristic shape of the frill on the back of its skull (and also the David Bowie song Starman). Hear more about the discovery, and get the latest dinosaur news from our world-leading experts, via the link in our bio: https://bit.ly/NHM-Dino-Diaries-May09

Image courtesy of Andrey Atuchen.

#Dinosaurs #Dinosaur #DinosaurDiaries #Fossil #Paleontology #Palaeontology #Prehistoric #Stellasaurus #Spinosaurus #Jurassic #Triassic #Cretaceous #Museum #NaturalHistoryMuseumLondon #Collections #Science #ScienceNews
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Next week is a very special day for one of our biggest and most loved residents, as Dippy turns 115 🥳! In honour of Dippy and #FossilFriday this week's #NatureDrawingClub theme is DINOSAURS 🦕🦖🐧! So dazzle us with your best dino doodle and then post it in your Insta stories tagging @natural_history_museum and #NatureDrawingClub share them with us! ✏️🎨 #NaturalHistoryMuseum #NaturalHistory #SciArt #Illustration #Drawing #Dinosaurs #Dippy #DippyOnTour #Diplidoculus #Fossil #Paleontology #Palaeontology #Prehistoric
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Here's a rather special specimen we'd like to share this #VEDay75.
This Chamerion angustifolium was collected in a 1950 survey of flora of bomb-damaged sites in London. Also known as 'fireweed' or 'bombweed' due to its habit of growing quickly after fire, the plant was a common sight amongst rubble and derelict buildings after the war.
A sign of life returning in a devastated city?

#VEDay #VEDayAtHome #VictoryInEurope #SecondWorldWar #WorldWarII #WWII #Fireweed #Bombweed #Charmerion #History #UKWildlife #Nature #Wildlife #Herbarium
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Epic History TV
Epic History TV 'The dankest history channel on YouTube'. Napoleon, WW1, Alexander the Great, Russia, First Crusade and more.
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We have a new video out - 'Wellington Strikes: Salamanca 1812'. The British finally go on the offensive in the Iberian Peninsula, with dramatic results.. Link to video on our profile page.⁠
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#OnThisDay 476 AD the last Roman Emperor in the West, Romulus Augustulus, abdicated. A teenage boy whose name evoked memories of both Rome’s founder and its first emperor, he never really held any power. He was brushed aside by the barbarian warlord Odoacer, who didn’t even bother to kill him - he was sent to live in southern Italy with a pension, and died in obscurity. Sic transit gloria mundi.⁠
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#OnThisDay 1807 British warships bombarded the Danish capital Copenhagen. Denmark had remained neutral in the Napoleonic Wars, but was under pressure from Napoleon and his ally Russia to hand over its fleet. Britain chose to eliminate this potential threat with a pre-emptive strike, successfully capturing or destroying almost the entire Danish fleet. ⁠
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American History Museum
American History Museum Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Hosts: Amelia & Jordan Legal: si.edu/termsofuse
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We love the view from our roof: a monumental setting for a monumental moment. 
You can make the museum part of the monumental moments in your life. Visit the link in our bio to find out how to book the museum for weddings, parties, and more. ❤️ #EventsAtAmericanHistory #DCWeddings #DCWeddingVenue #DCBride #DCGroom #DCWedding #DCEventVenue #WeddingVenue #EventsDC #eventdesign #weddinginspo  #bridetobe #weddingdecor #eventdecor #igdc #glamwedding  #event #venue #tiedtheknot #SIevents
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“I had the ring in my pocket and was just waiting to feel the right moment. We have not taken a single picture at that point and she told me we should take one there. It felt warm and very welcoming. I thought to myself this is it!”💍 Last week, Eva and Fernando made history at the National Museum of American History when Fernando proposed in front of Horatio Greenough’s sculpture of George Washington. Eva said yes!👰🏻 “What George Washington stood for, those special words “We build”, the warmth and the love felt in that room at that moment: I just can’t think I could have found a better place and time to propose,” Fernando explained, “This museum is now part of our story and we will never forget our time there.”❤️ Find out how you can make the museum part of your story. Click the link in our bio to find out more about hosting special events at the museum. 
#LoveStory #Engagement #SheSaidYes #HeProposed #Weddings #UnusalProposals #Proposal #EngagementPhotos #JustEngaged #EngagementPacket #EngagementPhoto #JustEngaged #Propose #CoupleGoals #DCProposal #DCWeddings #DCWeddingVenue #DCBride #DCGroom #DCWedding #DCEventVenue #WeddingVenue #bridetobe #igdc #tiedtheknot #gettingmarried #weddinginspiration #wedidnginspo
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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something that saved your fiancé’s life during World War II. 
Is that not how the saying goes? For Ruth Hensinger, who wore this dress on her wedding day on July 19, 1947, the rhyme would have fit. 
Her gown was created from a nylon parachute used by her future husband, Major Claude Hensinger. In 1944, Major Hensinger, a B-29 a pilot, and his crew were returning from a bombing raid over Yowata, Japan, when their engine caught fire. The crew was forced to bail out. Suffering from only minor injuries, Hensinger used the parachute as a pillow and blanket as he waited to be rescued. Hensinger had kept the parachute that saved his life, and after proposing, offered it to Ruth for material for the gown. 
#CostumeHistory #AmericanHistory #WomensHistory #BecauseOfHerStory #VintageClothing #WeddingHistory #LoveHistory #LoveStory
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Indian History Pictures
Indian History Pictures Conjure the incidents of Past. Source is Internet search engines. Copyright with respective owners. Shared only for Information. #indianhistory
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Ancient History Encyclopedia
Ancient History Encyclopedia #Ancient #History Encyclopedia (AHE) is a nonprofit company that publishes high-quality ancient history resources and information for free.
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Karakorum (aka Qaraqorum, modern name: Harhorin) is located in the Orkhon Valley of central Mongolia and was the capital of the Mongol Empire from 1235 to 1263 CE. Ogedei Khan (r. 1229-1241 CE) ordered its construction, had a walled palace built there and made it into a thriving trade centre by encouraging merchants of all nationalities and faiths to pass through or reside there. Later replaced as the Mongol capital by Daidu (Beijing) and Xanadu, the city went into a long decline but is today a major archaeological site and the location of an important 16th-century CE Buddhist monastery, Erdene Zuu.

The imperial court of the khans had no fixed home as the nomadic roots of the Mongol leaders and their frequent military campaigns meant that they continued to move from camp to camp across their vast empire. Nevertheless, the Mongol administration urgently needed a capital city where revenue could be accumulated and some attempt at a centralised government could be made to govern their conquered territories. Consequently, Ogedei called in skilled artisans, masons, and craftworkers from Persia to China and ordered the building of a walled capital in 1235 CE.

Karakorum is located in the Orkhon Valley of central Mongolia, 400 km southwest of the present capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar. The choice of location was perhaps influenced by its traditional use as a gathering ground and by Genghis Khan (r. 1162/67-1227 CE), who had used the site as a semi-permanent campsite some decades before and may even have earmarked it as a candidate for a future capital in 1220 CE. •
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In August of 410 CE Alaric the Gothic king accomplished something that had not been done in over eight centuries: he and his army entered the gates of imperial Rome and sacked the city. Although the city and, for a time, the Roman Empire would survive, the plundering left an indelible mark that could not be erased. Alaric and his army marched through the Salarian Gates and pillaged a city that had earlier suffered famine and starvation. Although they left churches such as St. Peter and St. Paul untouched, the army destroyed pagan temples, burned the old Senate House, and even kidnapped Emperor Honorius’ sister Galla Placidia.

Since the early days of the Empire, Rome had continually struggled with the protection of its frontier borders. So, when the Gothic tribes - the Tervingi and Greuthungi - sought refuge from the marauding Huns, the Romans contemplated the options and eventually allowed them to settle on the Balkan frontier, of course, at a cost. Alliances were made and alliances were broken.

Many in Rome remained unhappy with the decision and viewed the Goths as nothing more than barbarians although most of them were, in fact, Christian. Unreasonable demands were made of the new settlers, and they suffered at the hands of unscrupulous commanders. Facing starvation due to inadequate provisions and a lengthy famine, the Goths rose up against the Romans and began a long series of raids and pillaging of the countryside.
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Although climate change has today become a much bigger and more globalized problem than in the past, ancient peoples did have to contend with local events that severely disrupted or even ended their way of life as they knew it. A long series of droughts in parts of the Americas led to the abandonment of such cities as Cahuachi in Peru and may have contributed to the collapse of the Maya civilization in Mesoamerica while similar climatic changes in southern Africa likely contributed to the demise of Mapungubwe and Great Zimbabwe.

Another notable catastrophe was the Bronze Age Collapse, which had devastating consequences: Climate change, combined with other stressors, brought down the Hittite Empire, the Mycenaean Civilization, Kassite Babylonia and many other states, ushering in a dark age around the Mediterranean.

There were, too, the more explosive events that brought total disaster in a matter of hours such as the great floods that are told in so many myths around the world and which archaeology has revealed often have a basis in fact. There were devastating earthquakes such as the one that brought down the walls of Jericho or toppled the Colossus of Rhodes, and the explosions of the volcanoes on Thera and at Pompeii that killed thousands in a moment.In this collection, we examine these dramatic events and their lasting consequences. 
Please head to our Instagram story for a link to our collection of articles.
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Lessons in History
Lessons in History 🔸 History revision made easy 📝 🔸 Daily quizzes on stories 👨🏼‍🏫 🔸 Subscribe on YouTube 👇🏻 🔸 Help me help you 🙌
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