It is widely known that Franklin D. Roosevelt was the longest-serving President in the history of the United States, having spent 4,422 days in...
Shows getting canceled after one season or even just a few episodes are a common thing in the ruthless world of television. Most of...
On December 8, 1542, a girl by the name of Mary Stuart was born, but history remembers her as Mary, Queen of Scots. Her parents were Mary of Guise from France and King James V. Soon after she was born, her father died and she inherited the crown at only six days old. Mary is most remembered for supposedly trying to steal the throne from Queen Elizabeth I, which ultimately led to her execution in 1587. However, Mary’s life was full of great tragedies and interesting facts. This woman accomplished a lot in the 44 years she lived, so read on to find out what made Mary, the Queen of Scots such an interesting historical figure.
Researchers initially believed that it probably took around 20 years for 20,000 people to build the largest pyramid. It was built around 2550 BC under the order of Pharaoh Khufu. Historians and other experts claim that the Egyptians only used wooden tools and ropes to build this kind of structure.
During the last years of Sir Isaac Newton's long life in 1692-1693, people debated what Sir Isaac Newton had really done, especially amid reports that he had gone through a state of “madness”. Scholars and historians are curious about what’s been going on the genius’ head since the news of his death spread. His mental state had been a hot topic among geniuses all over the world. Some people assumed that Sir Isaac Newton had suffered from Asperger’s Syndrome as he had many symptoms for the condition.
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