His wife Rhonxana gave birth to their first son months after his death. Later on after his death his empire collapsed (Biography.com Website). He did not prepare his empire of his death because he did not designate a successor for his empire (Alexander the Great Alexander of Macedon Biography). Genghis Khan died in August 18, 1227 of unknown causes. Many historians believe he fell off a horse while hunting and died of fatigue and his injuries.
Hosea is the 28th book of the Bible and is attributed to Hosea from the Old Testament book of the Minor Prophets. The themes in Hosea are God telling Hosea to marry "an adulteress wife" to symbolically represent Israel 's spiritual adultery. God told Hosea that His people were destroyed for a lack of knowledge. They had no desire to know God. When their king, Jeroboam II died; they had been living in prosperity and peace, but within 15 years of this kings death, four of Israel 's other kings had been assassinated.
Being the son of Pippin, the previous ruler of the Franks, it would seem that he would be entitled to the throne. However, according to Historpedia,”Charles started out life at a disadvantage because just before Pippin’s death he was forced to disown any of the bastard children he had created which included Charles. Therefore, Charles was no longer in line to become the next Mayor of the Palace and he lost all political standing while one of Pippin’s grandsons, Theudoald, was named Pippin’s successor.”(Historpedia). In the years leading up to the battle, Martel successfully brought the kingdom of the Franks under one banner in spite of the many challenges he faced. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, “The king, Chilperic II, was in the power of Ragenfrid, mayor of the palace of Neustria, who joined forces with the Frisians in Holland in order to eliminate Charles.
His fate was on the cards while battling the northeast tribes, not paying attention to his advisor Croesus’s words of returning back. Cyrus the great was no more after that battle. Tomyris, a Massagetae Queen ordered to dip Cyrus head in blood and thereby avenged for her son’s death at Cyrus’s hands earlier. Family, Education, hobbies, personality: a) Cambyses I was the father and Mandane was the mother of Cyrus the great
The flames did not simmer though. After three years, Crassus was killed in a battle in Syria while Pompey was still concerned about Caesar. Being a threat to one another, civil war eventually broke out between Caesar and Pompey. Pompey proved to be no match for Caesar and his army. He pushed them back and Pompey fled into Egypt where he eventually died.
Hammurabi’s Code: Was it Just? If you travel 7000 miles to a new kingdom but once you get there, you walk into someone getting their fingers chopped off, what are you going to do? Back in the days of King Hammurabi, this is very likely to happen to anyone that broke one of this cruel King’s laws. King Hammurabi became the ruler of Babylon, a small city-state in Mesopotamia, in 1792 BCE. Hammurabi took the place of his father, Sin-Muballit, after he died from health problems.
Cleopatra was the last pharaoh to rule Egypt, she ruled Egypt for nearly 22 years. Cleopatra was born in 69BC and died in 30BC, Cleopatra was last of the Ptolemaic dynasty which was a Macedonian Greek family. She ruled Alexandria with her brother that she also married until he sent her away, Cleopatra’s brother killed one of Rome’s generals and Julius Caesar was not happy and he threatened to take possession of Egypt but instead he restored Cleopatra to the throne. Cleopatra commanded armies at the age of 21 and spoke many different languages. Her first years where a bit of a struggle, there was a drought and famine because of the failure of the Nile to flood.
From birth, Manson’s initial name was "no name Maddox" and would not receive an official name until weeks after, when he was finally named Charles Milles Maddox (Blanco). His mother was later married for a short period of time to William Manson, whose name the boy later adopted but Manson had never really knew his real father (Blanco). After his notorious murders in the late 1960s, attorney Vincent Bugliosi asked for his official records, where he had once believed that his father was of African American ancestry, when Bugliosi the attorney asked, he emphatically denied his African American connection
Military conflicts, from past to present, have also played an integral part in shaping Egypt’s society. Once ruled by a Pharaoh, bordered by seas, and protected by a harsh climate, ancient Egypt did not protect its civilians with an adequately prepared military force. Therefore, ancient Egypt experienced its first defeat in battle against Hyskos. This defeat led to the building of an improved militant force to protect the Pharaoh and Egypt’s citizens. By sharing ideas with other regions and utilizing a new technology to build better weapons, battle weapons grew to include bows and arrows, shields, sickle swords, daggers, and spears made from bronze, stone, and iron.
Far back during 2686-2181 BC Egypt went from growing for the first time into a thriving civilization to nearly tearing out its foundation entirely. Differently ruled parts of the country with their own Kings and politics drove wedges into Egypt's core during this era, which was known as the Old Kingdom. The country was falling apart towards the end of this era, but Thebans in the South declared independence and put to use old parts of royal script and laws by using them to conquered neighboring rulers over a period of a hundred years. At the end of these hundred years they had successfully pulled together the country under one King by the name of Menhutohep II. The act of reunifying the country under one ruler was the first step towards the success of what became the Middle Kingdom.
It caused a war with Akhenaten and some other cities. When Akhenaten and Nefertiti died all the pharaohs decided to wreck and damage the city including their properties and arts and people moved back to their original religions and places. This all started by Tutuakhanum (Which his previous name was tutakatut) and smenkhare. Soon tutakhanum became pharaoh at the age of just nine years old because he was older than smenkhare. Since he was pharaoh he decided to change everything from what his father was expecting.
He ruled from 1332 b.c. at the age of 9 or 10 -- but his reign was uneventful, although he did restore the original Egyptian religion that his father, Akhenaten, replaced. He died in 1323 b.c, at age 19, and he disappeared from history, until his tomb was discovered in 1922, by Howard Carter, largely intact. They found that King Tutankhamun had a large hole in the back of his skull, and that made some believe that he was assassinated. But, the damage to his skull most likely occurred during the mummification process, after his death.
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.
The shuttle diplomacy played a huge role in Henry Kissinger 's turn as Secretary of State. It involved Kissinger travelling to numerous middle east capitals to make disengagement agreements between enemies. He wanted to gain peace with the other nations. One of the successful agreements was the Sinai Interim agreement between Egypt and Israel, signed on September 4, 1975 (“Henry A. Kissinger, People”). It prohibited the two middle east countries of using military force between each other and also strengthened a relationship with the United States (“Henry Kissinger, Common Dreams”).
The Old Kingdom was created when a king named Menes united Upper and Lower Egypt. The people obeyed and respected the king to maintain cosmic order. Disrespecting the king was considered to be like disrespecting a god. Later on, Egypt was divided into provinces governed by a nomarch. Eventually, the Old Kingdom fell apart and Egypt went into a time of disorder.