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Ancient Europe

Ancient Denmark

Denmark is one of the oldest kingdoms in the world and was the ancestral birthplace of the ancient seafaring warriors known as the Vikings.
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Ancient Italy

The Romans spread across Europe from their Italian homeland changing the course of history forever by making the Mediterranean a Roman lake.
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Ancient England

The island of Brittania, as it was known to the ancients, is home to ancient monoliths like Stonehenge and the ruins of Roman Cities and later Anglo-Saxon settlements.
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Ancient France

From Clovis, the legendary first King of France, to the brutal Gallic Wars fought against Caesar’s Rome, the world of ancient France is a fascinating chapter in the history of early Europe.
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Ancient Germany

Though ancient Germania was much more then one tribe united by language, the Teutonic migrations into the crumbling Roman Empire set the stage for the transformation of Europe.
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Ancient Greece

Anyone living in the western world can trace the influence the ancient Greek world had on their modern day society, from democracy to philosophy and the classical arts.
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Ancient Finland

The Finno-Ugric tribes that spread into the hinterlands of Northern Europe are some of the first people to migrate into Europe.
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Ancient Hungary

The masters of the Steppe, the Huns blazed a trail into Europe early in the first Millennium to become one of the most powerful tribes of central Europe.
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Ancient Ireland

The enigmatic Celts left their most enduring stamp on Ireland, their last holdout from the migrations that pushed them to the periphery of the British Isles.
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Ancient Holland

The lands that make up the modern day Netherlands were a culturally distinct area in ancient times that straddled both Celtic and Germanic lands, resulting in a unique cultural admixture of people.
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Ancient Scotland

The Highlands, as the Scottish interior is known, is the land of William Wallace, and the heraldic Clans, and retains one of the last Gaelic cultures to survive since ancient times.
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Ancient Poland

One of the most ancient and perhaps one of the ancestral Slavic tribes, the Polesi unified the plains of eastern Europe into a powerful race of warriors and farmers.
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Ancient Norway

The Norwegian Vikings were the first Europeans to set foot in North America many centuries before Columbus, and were known as perhaps the greatest seafarers of the Ancient World.
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Ancient Portugal

The Lusitanians are the ancestors of the Portuguese, and were the last Celtiberian tribe to submit to Roman rule, and were considered among the most rebellious tribes in Iberia.
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Ancient Russia

The Varangian seafarers who reached the heartland of Russia founded a series of Kingdoms that eventually were assimilated by the local Slavic tribes becoming the ancestral Russian people.
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Ancient Spain

The Celtiberians were the original inhabitants of Spain, and were a mixture of of a Celtic and indigenous Iberian people with a distinct early European culture.
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Ancient Romania

First the Thracians, and later the Dacians fought to maintain their unique culture in the mountains of the southern Carpathian basin, eventually adopting a language of their Roman conquerors.
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Ancient Sweden

The Ancient Swedish Vikings traveled east from there Scandinavian homelands to raid cities as far south as Byzantium and established some of the earliest trading communities on the Volga.
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