One example is during the battle at Tyre, once Alexander’s army broke into the city they went on a ferocious killing spree (Doc C). Alexander had ordered anyone that was not inside the temple to be slain and he killed seven thousand Tyrians. (Doc C). Once they had pillaged and burned the city, they sold the thirty thousand survivors into slavery and then they crucified two thousand defeated soldiers of military age (Doc C). Crucifying people that gave up or that had hid in the
In the text, BBC:100 days of genocide, it says, “ Lists of government opponents were handed out to militias who went and killed them, along with all of their families. Neighbors killed neighbors and some husbands, even killed their Tutsi wives, saying they would be killed if they refused.” You may wonder what would cause such a horrid thing? Well it all started way back in 1990 where they fought until a peace deal was agreed in 1993. But on the night of April 6th, 1994, president Juvenal Habyarimana, and his counterpart Cyprien Ntaryamira of Burundi, both Hutus, was shot down, killing everyone on board. The Hutus extremists blamed RPF and immediately started a well-organised campaign of slaughter.
They both won the wars they declared, and both lasted five years. Both were assassinated forsimilar reasons. Caesar was stabbed to death near the Theatre of Pomercy on March 15 because the senators want to maintain the Roman republic. Lincoln was killed and shot by John Wilkes Booth, on April 14, 1865, because Booth thought it would help the south. Both were influential leaders that many people looked up too.
His stepbrother soon died under mysterious circumstances. Nero also ordered Agrippina to kill his mother in her villa. Soon after, Nero married Poppaea. “Three years later, in what the Roman historian Tacitus described as ‘a casual outburst of rage,’ Nero killed Poppaea with a single kick to her belly”. After his mother’s death, Nero gave himself the freedom to study and expand his passion for the arts.
The story of Ronald Gene Simmons. On the 22nd of December, 1987 the worst mass murder in Arkansas history took place. A man by the name of Ronald Gene Simmons went on a killing spree. He started off by killing his wife, kids, and his three year old granddaughter, but it didn’t stop there. He killed his family and quite a few harmless townspeople because he went insane, because why else would you kill harmless people?
Evidence that this was a problem is clearly shown in Document A of the Fall of Rome DBQ. This document is a chart of all 19 leaders of Rome of a 50 year time period. 13 of the 19 leaders dies due to Assassination or possible assassination. Roman citizens could not feel safe in their own country because their own leaders and emperors were killing each other; creating battle within. Another important reason that Rome fell was the uniforms that Rome's soldiers were fighting in.
In 51 B.C. Ptolemy died and the throne was given to 18 year old Cleopatra and her 10 year old brother, Ptolemy XIII. It’s likely that both of them were married to each other, since incest seemed to be the equivalent of dabbing and bottle flipping back then. While ruling together, Egypt had a lot of issues, such as economy issues, flood, hunger, etc. Tension was rising between quickly between Cleopatra and Ptolemy, after a few years, Cleopatra fled Egypt and into Syria.
Dalon Van Amerongen 5th Hour I. Introduction Everyone has heard of genocide but what they do not know is where it can happen B. The Hutus had killed large numbers of Tutsis. C. In 1972 the Tutsis had killed around 250,000 Hutus in Burundi D. Rwanda's president at the time the fighting started was elected from a military group. E. The Tutsis and Hutus have been enemies for years now and they want the each other to pay.
I was asking who killed him and no one answered me, after few minutes Brurts show up with antony. Brutus start his speech by,” we are those ones who killed Caesar because Caesar was gonna make them his slaves.” Then Antony give them a speech, about Caesar, and how he loved
At the Capitol, Caesar would then be stabbed thirty three times by many people; Cassius, Cinna, Decius, Casca, Metellus, and even Brutus, Caesar’s thought-to-be friend. The famous line in Julius Caesar is after all these men have finished stabbing him and all he could manage to say was, “Et tu, Brute? - Then fall Caesar!” These words are French for “even you, Brutus?” (Shakespeare 3. 1. 77).