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Some Intresting Facts About Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare

20th December 2011
William Shakespeare: The English Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare was baptized on the 26th of April, 1564 (his actual birthdate is unknown) in Warwickshire, England. He is considered by many as the greatest writer in the history of the English l... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

How To Take Care of Shorter Hair Styles for Men

17th October 2011
"Short hair is gaining in popularity although men are supporting a variety of hairstyles. This could be because it is easier to take care of and you don't need to cut it as often. Fortunately, there are a variety of styles to choose from so you don't have... Read >
Author: NedCardenas

Hollywood Actors have worn toupees for years

11th April 2011
It is now established that, in fact, Julius Caesar wore an actual toupee, and some women and men think that he would most likely have used the famed wreath to help mask his decreasing hairline. Many gentlemen during Roman eras also painted their heads to ... Read >
Author: Eloy Rollins

An Introduction To Male Short Haircuts

18th November 2010
There is a large range of short haircuts for male. These short styles are really just as popular as some of the medium and long styles. The way in which a man decides to wears his hair can be a good sign of the sort of person he is and what he aims to get... Read >
Author: Mark Su

Characteristics and Great Figures of British Renaissance Era

10th May 2010
Renaissance literally means rebirth. It refers to especially to the rebirth of learning that began in Italy in the fourteenth century, spread to the north including England by sixth century, and ended in the north in the mid-seventeenth century (earlier... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Famous Bald Men

05th February 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Peter Jamison Strange how people look down upon bald people and almost view baldness as an unsightly physical defect. Baldness is not a major disease and is suffered by many people, especially as they get older. This biased view is p... Read >
Author: jcl42

A Brief History of Paris

20th July 2009
Paris is located on an island in Seine called Ile de la Cite. Lie de la Cite served as the headquarters for the Paris tribe during the 200 B.C., known as Lutetia. The Roman Empire was attached with 2 wooden bridges crossing the river between the islan... Read >
Author: Andrew Collins

The Lost Eleven Days

21st May 2008
Have you ever gone to bed one night and wondered just where the day went? Well could you imagine waking up to discover that eleven days had vanished completely? That is just what happened in 1752 when the entire inhabitants of Britain and America went to ... Read >
Author: Richard N Williams
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