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  • 480 BCE

    Fifth-century Athens, the Golden Age of Pericles. 480-404 BC.

    Fifth-century Athens, the Golden Age of Pericles. 480-404 BC.
    The Greek city-state of Athens in the time from 480 to 404 BC. Known as the Golden Age of Pericles, it was buoyed by political hegemony, economic growth and cultural flourishing. Athens produced some of the most influential and enduring cultural artifacts. The playwrights Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides and the historians Herodotus and Thucydides, the physician Hippocrates and the philosophers Plato and Socrates. Antonis Zorpidis, 27th G.Lyceum of Athens, GR
  • 202 BCE

    Han dinasty

    Han dinasty
    If I had the opportunity to travel in time I would like to go during the Chinese Han dynasty because it was one of the strongest dynasty in China.By Morar Mateo, Petru Rares, Romania
  • 1 BCE

    AUGUSTUS, 31 BCE- 14 AD.

    AUGUSTUS, 31 BCE- 14 AD.
    Caesar Augustus (31 BC- 14 AD) was the first Roman emperor of the Roman Empire.
  • 71

    SPARTACUS, 109 A.C. about

    Spartacus was a Thracian gladiator who led a slave revolt with an army numbering in the tens of thousands. He defeated Roman forces over half a dozen times, marching his people up and down the Italian peninsula until he was killed in battle in April 71 B.C.
  • 476

    27 BC-476 AD. Roman Empire

    27 BC-476 AD. Roman Empire
    The Roman Republic became the Roman Empire in 27 BCE when Julius Caesar's adopted son, best known as Augustus, became the ruler of Rome.The first two centuries of the Empire saw a period of unprecedented stability and prosperity known as the Pax Romana. By Gabriela Giaoupi, 27th Lyceum of Athens
  • 1453

    The Fall of Constantinople

    The Fall of Constantinople
    The Fall of Constantinople (Byzantine Greek: Ἅλωσις τῆς Κωνσταντινουπόλεως, 'Conquest of Istanbul') was the capture of the Byzantine Empire's capital by the Ottoman Empire. The city fell on 29 May 1453, the culmination of a 53-day siege which had begun on 6 April 1453.By Amanda Aslanai 27 G.L ATHENS GR
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    Abolition of the Ancien Régime and creation of constitutional monarchy.Its values and institutions dominate French politics to this day and many historians regard it as one of the most important events in human history. By Marilena Panteli, 27 GEL,Athens, GR
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    French Revolution by Mikai Celen-Capuccines-France
  • Sotiriou Zizis 1821

    Sotiriou Zizis 1821
    Zikos Zisis was a Greek revolutionary of the Greek war for Independence.He was a resident of Hungary who came back to Greece to fight for the freedom of his country. By Stelios, Pentapolis, Serres, GR
  • Paris Commune

    Paris Commune
    The Paris Commune refers to the uprising of Paris against the French government from March 18 to May 28, 1871. It occurred towards the end of the Franco-Prussian war, following France's defeat.By Katerina Yanopoulou, 27 G.L, Athens, GR
  • Italian migration

    Italian migration
    Between 1900 and 1912, Italy was a Land of migration, especially towards the USA.
  • Suffragettes

    June 1908:
    If I could travel back in time I would choose June 1908 because I would like to be one of the women who claimed the right to vote,witch today is taken for granted.A fact that changed the history of woman and the whole world. By Elefteria, Pentapolis, Serres, GR
  • Big Bang Theory

    Big Bang Theory
    The Big Bang theory is a cosmological model based on Georges Lemaître' theory (1927) that an expanding universe could be traced back in time due to high density and high temperature. It was billions years ago when none of us was alive and we do not know what really happened and who/what caused it .By Ioanna. Seranidi. , 27 G.L, Athens, GR
  • Guernica bombing

    Guernica bombing
    The bombing of Guernica took place in Guernica, Spain in 1937. It was carried out, at the behest of Francisco Franco's rebel Nationalist faction, by its allies, the Nazi German and the Fascist Italian.
    By Angelos T. 27 G.L, Athens ,GR
  • World War II

    World War II
    The instability created in Europe by the First World War (1914-18) set the stage for another international conflict World War II which broke out two decades later and would prove even more devastating. Rising to power in an economically and politically unstable Germany, Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi Party, rearmed the nation and signed strategic treaties with Italy and Japan to further his ambitions of world domination.
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau

    Auschwitz, also known as Auschwitz-Birkenau, opened in 1940 and was the largest of the Nazi concentration and death camps.
    By Ilincaș Oana Andreea , National College "Petru Rareș"
  • Elizabeth, Pentapolis, Greece

    Elizabeth, Pentapolis, Greece
    At the 28 of October known as Ohi Day "Anniversary of the No" celebrates the rejection by the Greek Prime Minister against the invading Italian forces at the mountains of Pindus during the Greco-Italian War, and the Greek Resistance.
  • Establishment of EAM (National Liberation Front)

    Establishment of EAM (National Liberation Front)
    The National Liberation Front (EAM) was the main movement of the Greek Resistance during the occupation of Greece by Nazi Germany. EAM and its military wing ELAS (Greek People's Liberation Army) later evolved into a massive guerrilla force, especially during the years of the Greek Civil War.
    By Katerina Yan. 27 G.L, Athens, GR
  • XX CENTURY and the economic miracle

    XX CENTURY and the economic miracle
    The Italian economic miracle, between the fifties and sixties of the twentieth century, is characterized by a great economic growth.
  • Apollo 11

    Apollo 11
    If I could travel back in time I would choose Apollo 11 mission because I would like to see and live those moments when a huge step was taken in humanity. By Maria Pentapolis, Serres
  • The Six-Day War AKA. The Third Arab–Israeli War. June 1967.

    The Six-Day War AKA. The Third Arab–Israeli War. June 1967.
    The Six-Day Arab-Israeli War, was fought between 5 and 10 June 1967 by Israel and the neighboring states of Jordan, Syria, and Egypt. Antonis Zorpidis, 27th G.Lyceum of Athens, GR.
  • Athens Polytechnic uprising

    Athens Polytechnic uprising
    The Athens Polytechnic uprising occurred in November 1973 as a massive student demonstration of popular rejection of the Greek military junta of 1967–1974. The uprising began on 14 November 1973, escalated to an open anti-junta revolt, and ended in bloodshed in the early morning of 17 November after a series of events starting with a tank crashing through the gates of the Polytechnic.
  • 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

    9/11 Terrorist Attacks
    On September 11th, 2001 in the US four planes were hijacked by members of the Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda. Two of the planes crashed into the World Trade Center in Manhattan, one crashed into the Pentagon and the fourth, initially targeting Washington, into a field in Pennsylvania. The 9/11 attacks mark the single deadliest terrorist attack in human history, resulting in 2977 fatalities, 25000+ injuries and long term health consequences. By Stelios P., 27th G.L. of Athens, GR