The ancient city of Aegae in Greece, where the royal tombs are located, dates back to the 7th century BCE; it became Macedonia’s first capital after it was conglomerated from a collection of villages into a city in the 5th century BCE.
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Elfland Revisited: A Comparative Study of Late Twentieth Century Adaptations of Two Traditional BalladsGiebert, StefaniePhD Dissertation, Philosophy, University of Trier, (2009)AbstractOnce upon a time there was a minstrel. He travelled the land, stopping at the halls of noblemen to entertain their households.
Society and the Supernatural: A Medieval ChangeBy Peter BrownDaedalus, Vol. 104, No. 2 (1975)Introduction: To add to a collection of studies on the social and intellectual evolution of the first millennium B.C. a paper whose center of gravity lies to the modern side of the first millennium A.D. seems to call for some justification.
British capture New York 1776In 1776, the British set forth to subdue the colonies. They began the effort by recapturing New York. First, they drove Washington off Long Island; then, from lower Harlem. After this initiative, Washington retreated to White Plains, where for the first time, he was able to hold off the British forces.