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The great pharaohs

Pharaoh was the title attributed to kings (with status of gods) in Ancient Egypt. The term of Egyptian origin that properly meant "elevated house", initially indicating the royal palace. This term was not really used by the Egyptians themselves. However, due to the inclusion of this title in the Bible, more specifically in the book of "Exodus," modern historians have adopted the word and generalized it.
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Amerigo Vespucci

Spanish naturalized Italian navigator (1454-1512). Responsible for the logistics of Colombo's vessels and pioneer of navigation on the American coast. Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512) is born in Florence. He is well educated in Pisa, under the care of a Dominican uncle, and in France, where he deepens his knowledge of geography, astronomy and cosmography.
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Muhammad (Muhammad)

Arab religious leader (570-8 / 6/632). Founder of Islam. Born in Mecca, present-day Saudi Arabia, by the name of Abulqasim Mohamed ibn Abdala ibn Abd al-Mutalib ibn Hashim. Orphaned very early, is raised by an uncle. At age 12, he meets a Christian monk who teaches him faith in one God. Adopts the belief for being bothered by the idolatry and excesses committed by Mecca society.
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Ephemerides

Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events. Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts. Soon more months. January 22, 1462 - Discovery of the island of São Vicente in Cape Verde.
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History of Astronomy (continued)

For the future, space explorers have proposed three major tasks: astronometrics, ie accurate measurement of all measurables in the celestial world; photometry and spectroscopy. It is estimated that a complete study of the outer world will require the printing of approximately 7 million photographic plates.
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Metal Age

Begun in about 5,000 BC and ended around 4,000 BC, with the discovery of the technique for the manufacture of various utensils with metals. Copper was the first metal used by humans that later learned to mix it with tin to obtain the bronze, which was more resistant.
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