Uncover the extraordinary tales that made the Tudors the most enduring dynasty in English history.
Nero during the burning of Rome
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The fifth Roman Emperor is among the most despised figures from history for his horrific cruelty to early Christians and, as the legend goes, for playing the fiddle while Rome was consumed by fire
Britain's greatest treasure - Stonehenge - is unearthed, Tracy Borman looks at the life of the forgotten Tudor King, Edward VI, who reigned for just six years, colourised photos bring the past to life and so much more!
Ancient Greek coins from the 107th Olympiad, circa 352 BC.
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And why did people stamp their faces on them?
How many people did the Aztecs sacrifice?
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The Aztec Empire was the most powerful state in the Americas when Europeans first arrived
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  What's the origin of this unsual saying?
The term 'Huns' was often used on propaganda posters like this one.
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Does the term have anything to do with the most famous hun, the defintely-not-German warlord Attila?
  Ancient empires clash, we take a look at how the events of 1968 rocked the world and we follow the fate of the doomed Titanic through pictures. 
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Where else would the citizens of the empire keep their denarii?
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