Chapter 23 (War of Beliefs)



With all that happening in the cities of Europe, everything started to go up instead of down for the normal people. There, in the cities, it all started.

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Chapter 13 (Mathematics Birth)



By the fall of Mycenaean Greece, the Greeks lived what we call ‘The Greek Dark Ages’ from 1100 – 800 BC. Why did we call it the dark ages? Well, no more monumental buildings were built, no more art, no more writing, no trade, all the towns were abandoned, the population was reduced and the government and army system disappeared. It was really dark back then and it seemed that everyone were on their own.

But you know what they say, every darkness must be followed by light. And here we start our new story.

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