Vladislav Tchakarov

Vladislav Tchakarov
Vladislav Tchakarov is a History student at Sofia University in Bulgaria and a contributing writer at TheCollector. Originally from Bulgaria, he moved to the Netherlands to work and study Business Management before realizing that his passion for history is too great which lead to his return to Bulgaria and the beginning of his History studies.

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Nicolas Poussin: Founder Of The French Classicism

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The Punic Wars: How did the Romans crush Carthage?

The Roman victory over Carthage in the Punic Wars gave way to the establishment of the Roman Empire. Despite the great victories of Carthage during the wars, the Romans were able to outmaneuver and eventually conquer the remains of the African empire.

The History of Egyptian Hieroglyphs and the Rosetta Stone

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Pontius Pilate: The Man Who Sentenced Jesus Christ to Death

Pontius Pilate is one of the most controversial and at the same time mysterious figures in human history. He was entrusted with a unique mission

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