Hipparchos 1.

Hipparchus of Nicea was an ancient Greek astronomer, mechanic, geographer, and mathematician of the second century BC.


Der Aberlemno Serpent Stone, ein piktischer Stein der Klasse I mit piktischen Symbolen, die die Schlange, die Doppelscheibe und den Z-Stab sowie den Spiegel und den Kamm zeigen.

The Picts were a group of Celtic-speaking peoples who lived in the present-day northern and eastern parts of Scotland, north of the Forth and Clyde rivers, during the late British Iron Age and early medieval periods.

Time of Troubles

Konstantin Makovskys "Appell von Minin" zeigt Kuzma Minin vor dem Hintergrund der Kirche des Heiligen.

Vague times, or Distemper – a period in Russian history from 1598 to 1613, marked by natural disasters, accompanied by numerous cases of imposture and foreign intervention, civil, Russian-Polish and Russian-Swedish wars, the gravest of state-political and socio-economic crises.

Bourbon Restoration in France

Flagge von Frankreich.

The Restoration, a chrononym that became common in the years 1814-1815, is the period of French history corresponding to the restoration of the monarchy as a political regime in France, or more precisely in what remained of the Napoleonic Empire.

Treaty of Paris (1814)

Östliche Grenze Frankreichs, wie in Artikel III des Ersten Friedens von Paris festgelegt.

The Treaty of Paris of 1814 is one of the most important peace treaties in European history, also called the “first peace of Paris” after the total defeat of Napoleon I.

Congress of Vienna

Die auf dem Wiener Kongress beschlossenen nationalen Grenzen innerhalb Europas.

The Congress of Vienna was a conference of ambassadors of European states chaired by the Austrian statesman Klemens von Metternich, which officially took place in Vienna from November 1814 to 1815.

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