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Aldgisl - Wikipedia

Aldgisl - Wikipedia

On October 4, 610 A.D., Heraclius arrived by ship from Africa at Constantinople, overthrew Byzantine Emperor Phocas on one of the most badass coups in history, and became Emperor.

On October 4, 610 A.D., Heraclius arrived by ship from Africa at Constantinople, overthrew Byzantine Emperor Phocas on one of the most badass coups in history, and became Emperor.

While the rest of the Frankish Empire was building castles and tried to make it to knighthood--not so with the Frisians. They would have none of it and instead chose Democracy. In the 9th century!

While the rest of the Frankish Empire was building castles and tried to make it to knighthood--not so with the Frisians. They would have none of it and instead chose Democracy. In the 9th century!

recorded on April 3, 2014 Moving Image Archive Serge de Muller

recorded on April 3, 2014 Moving Image Archive Serge de Muller

Heraclius, Byzantine Emporer  born c. 575 Died February 11, 641

Heraclius, Byzantine Emporer born c. 575 Died February 11, 641

The 7th Century (601-700) timeline | Timetoast timelines

The 7th Century (601-700) timeline | Timetoast timelines

The Byzantine--Sassanid War of 602--628 was the final and most devastating of the series of wars fought between the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire and the ...

The Byzantine--Sassanid War of 602--628 was the final and most devastating of the series of wars fought between the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire and the ...

7th century Visigoth church near Toledo, Spain - YouTube

7th century Visigoth church near Toledo, Spain - YouTube

The Prophet ﷺ & Heraclius, the Roman Emperor Part 1 - YouTube

The Prophet ﷺ & Heraclius, the Roman Emperor Part 1 - YouTube

List of Byzantine emperors  11 May 330 - 29 May 1453

List of Byzantine emperors 11 May 330 - 29 May 1453

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