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    History – Ancient Civilizations

    1. Ancient Egypt – This article would primarily cover the civilization that was centered along the Nile River, known for its famous monuments such as the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx.
    2. Mesopotamia – An article devoted to the “land between the rivers”, the Tigris and the Euphrates. This civilisation is often acclaimed as the birthplace of writing and one of the foundations of modern civilization.
    3. Indus Valley – This piece would encapsulate the bronze-age civilization, which flourished around the Indus River basin. The civilization’s excellent city-planning and advanced societal structure would be main focus points.
    4. Ancient Rome – This article would discuss the vast Roman Empire, chronicling its rise, powerful leaders, socio-political organization, art, architecture, and eventual fall.
    5. Ancient Greece – This would detail the influential civilization known for its advancements in philosophy, politics (birth of democracy), art, architecture, and the Olympic Games.
    6. Ancient China – Covering the cradle of civilization that gave the world paper, gunpowder, the compass, and more. The assortment of dynastic rules and order, till the end of the ancient period, would be the key details.
    7. Maya Civilization – The article would delve into the rich and mysterious civilization that thrived in Central America, known for their advanced writing system, calendar, and architectural skills.
    8. Ancient Persia (Achaemenid Empire) – This piece would cover the first Persian Empire that was known for the reigns of kings like Cyrus the Great and Darius, as well as their advancements in human rights and infrastructure.
    9. Inca Civilization – Providing detailed insight into the civilization of South America known for its advanced administrative system and monumental architecture, such as Machu Picchu.
    10. Ancient Israel and Judah – An article focusing on the religious, political, and social formation of the ancient Jewish people, and their profound influence on monotheism and Western culture.