The term Renaissance [ ʀənɛsɑs ] ( French rebirth) describes the art of the period beginning with their modern times , especially in the 15th ( Quattrocento ) and 16 … Continue Reading →

Ottoman Empire

Ottoman Empire (also Otto manic or Turkish Empire, Ottoman دولت علیه, ià Devlet-i ʿ Aliye, “the exalted state” and in 1876 officially دولت عثمانيه / Devlet-i ʿ Osmaniye /, the … Continue Reading →


The Crusades, by the ” Christian West “were strategically, economically and religiously motivated wars between 1095/99 and 13 Century. In a narrower sense, the term of the Crusades only run … Continue Reading →

Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire ( Greek Βυζαντινή Αυτοκρατορία, always officially Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων “Empire of the Romans”, contemporary abbreviation Romania / Ῥωμανία), shortened even Byzantium (Greek Βυζάντιο [ν]) or, because of … Continue Reading →

Frankish Empire

The Frankish kingdom was a kingdom in the west – south – and Central Europe between the 5th and 9 Century, located on the territory of Roman Gaul and adjoining … Continue Reading →

Robert Harting

Robert Harting (* October 18 1984 in Cottbus ) is a German discus thrower and Olympic champion in this discipline as well as the reigning world and European champions. In … Continue Reading →

House of Representatives of the United States

The House of Representatives of the United States (also: House of Representatives, English United States House of Representatives, often house only) is – in the tradition of the bicameral parliaments … Continue Reading →

Capitol (Washington)

The Capitol ( English United States Capitol) is the seat of Congress , the legislative (law) of the United States of America , in Washington, DC find him in meetings … Continue Reading →

Congress of the United States

The Congress is the legislature of the United States of America , its seat is the Capitol in Washington, DC . It consists of a total of 435 deputies and … Continue Reading →

Federal law (USA)

A federal law (English: Act of Congress) is in the United States , a law passed by both houses of Congress and was adopted after the President assumed by the … Continue Reading →