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Welcome to a costumed history lesson from the puppies!

Together with Fluffies, learn more about Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Middle Ages, and modern times. Each of them will introduce you to amazing historical facts!


Ancient Greece is known for its great philosophers, artists, and myths about heroes and gods. It is also the birthplace of the Olympic Games, first held in 776 B.C. The Greeks wore laurel wreaths as a sign of glory, victory, and true talent.


The muses in Ancient Greek myths are goddesses, patronesses of poetry, the sciences, and the arts. According to one legend, the Muses are the source of the word "music. The Muses lived in the mountains of Helikon or Parnassus. Here the muses danced to the sound of the lyre, an ancient stringed instrument.


Cleopatra was the last queen of Ancient Egypt, often called the last pharaoh. She was very clever and studied mathematics, astronomy, oratory, and philosophy. The queen knew several languages: Greek, Egyptian, Hebrew, Ethiopian, Aramaic, Persian, and even Latin.


The Vikings were ancient Scandinavian warriors of the early Middle Ages and excellent navigators. They were called "men of the sea". The Viking Age dates back to the 8th and 11th centuries. Vikings were armed with axes, spears, and shields, and protected by helmets and chain mail.


In Ancient Egypt, rulers were called "pharaohs". They were equated with the gods. Pharaohs were given great honors, for them were built magnificent palaces and tombs - the pyramids, which have survived to this day. Famous Egyptian pharaohs: Tutankhamun, Ramses II, Amenhotep III, Cheops, and others.

The Vikings were skilled seafarers who set out on distant journeys. They were not only warriors but also traders and explorers. They used drakkaras, narrow, fast ships, for sea warfare, and broad, capacious knorrs for trade and travel.


Medieval Knights were considered the elite of any army. As a rule, a knight was a member of a noble family. The title of the knight had to be earned. Knights had to observe the Code of Honor: to be brave, loyal to duty, to show nobility, and to protect the weak.


The Middle Ages (the period from the 5th to the 15th century) was the age of duels, conquering lands and, of course, winning the hearts of beautiful princesses! Exquisite dresses for them were sewn only from the finest fabrics and richly decorated. The clothes consisted of many layers. It was believed that the more layers of clothing, the higher the position.

In the 20th century, space opened up to people! The first man to fly into space was cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. It happened on April 12, 1961. And the first astronaut to land on the moon in 1969 was the American Neil Armstrong.


For history, the 20th century was the era of the conquest of outer space. Dogs flew into space before humans did. The successful "pioneers" were Belka and Strelka. In the spaceship, they made 17 revolutions around the planet and came back.

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