Burundi History

Presumably, the pygmies, who lived as hunters and gatherers, represented the indigenous population of today’s Burundi. From the 8th century, these were gradually replaced by the Hutu people who immigrated…

Bulgaria History

Early to the Byzantine Empire Around 100,000 years ago, people lived on today’s Bulgarian territory. Agriculture was already practiced here in the Neolithic. In the Bronze Age, Thracian tribes settled…

Brunei History

The island of Borneo (the third largest island in the world after Greenland and New Guinea with around 755,000 square kilometers) was already before the middle of the third millennium…

Botswana History

Archaeological finds indicate that the area of ​​today’s Botswana was settled long before the Christian era began (eg Smithfield, Wilton culture). Around 2,000 years ago, the area (and all of…

Bhutan History

The area of ​​today’s Bhutan was probably under the influence of Tibet from the 7th century. From there, Buddhism was brought into the country, which in its Lamaistic form became…

Benin History

Small groups of Bushmen (pygmies) presumably lived in the area of ​​what is now Benin as hunters and gatherers before the Christian era. After the first millennium AD Different tribes…

Azerbaijan History

Early Already thousands of years before the beginning of the Christian era, the historical landscape of Azerbaijan between the southern Caucasus, the Armenian highlands and the Caspian Sea was inhabited…

Armenia History

Before the Indo-European people of the Armenians took over the territory of today’s Armenia from the 7th century BC. populated there already existed the Urartu empire, which had been founded…

Angola History

Beginnings From the 6th century AD various Bantu peoples settled on the territory of today’s Angola. They drove the originally resident “Bushmen” (San). From 1400, northern parts of the area…