Siege of Jerusalem (70 CE)

Karte mit den Fortschritten der römischen Armee während der Belagerung.

The siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 was the decisive episode of the First Jewish War, although the conflict effectively ended with the fall of Masada in 73.

Battle of Ain Jalut

Eine Karte des Feldzugs, der zur Schlacht von Ain Jalut führte - im Jahr 1260 n. Chr.

The battle of Ain Yalut took place on September 3, 1260 and pitted the Egyptian Mamluks against the Mongols settled in Palestine, in the Jezreel Valley in Galilee, north of present-day Israel.

Battle of Tours

Karl Martel in der Schlacht von Tours.

The Battle of Poitiers, also known as the Battle of Tours and in Arabic sources as the Battle of the Shahid Cohort, took place on October 10, 732 near the town of Tours, near the border between the Frankish kingdom and the then independent Aquitaine.

Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

Epitaph of the centurion Marcus Caelius, who died in the Varus Battle, and his freedmen.

The battle of the Teutoburg Forest or Teutoburg Forest, also called Clades Variana, “disaster of Varus”, was an armed confrontation that took place in the Teutonic forest, near modern Osnabrück, in the year 9, between an alliance of Germanic tribes led by the warlord Arminius, and three legions of the Roman Empire led by Publius Quintilius Varus, legate in the region of Germania.

Battle of Zama

Der Afrikafeldzug des Scipio Africanus gegen Hannibal, der in der Schlacht von Zama gipfelte.

The Battle of Zama, fought on October 19, 202 BC, was a decisive battle of the Second Punic War.

Battle of the Metaurus

Mohammad adil rais-schlacht von metaurus-A.

The Battle of Metauro, fought in 207 BC near the Metauro River in the Italian peninsula, was a battle of the Second Punic War, in which the Carthaginian commander Asdrubal, Hannibal’s brother, was defeated and killed by the combined Roman armies of the consuls Marcus Livius Salinator and Gaius Claudius Nero.

Battle of Gaugamela

Jacques Courtois - Alexander der Große, der in der Schlacht von Gaugamela über Darius siegte.

Summary The Battle of Gaugamela (Ancient Greek: Γαυγάμηλα, Gaugámēla) also known as the Battle of Arbela, was fought by Alexander the Great against the Achaemenid empire of Darius III. On October 1, 331 BCE, the army of the Corinthian League under the command of the Macedonian king clashed with the Persian army of Darius III … Read more