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History by Letter #2 - A

History by Letter is back for a second round! Name the historical terms beginning with the letter A, based on the provided hints.
Be sure to check out the original History by Letter A-Z series!
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Last updated: February 26, 2015
First submittedFebruary 26, 2015
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Greek Goddess of Hunting
Artemis
Egyptian Temple with 4 large statues of Rameses the Great
Abu Simbel
Supposedly the First Empire ever, founded by Sargon the Great
Akkadian Empire
Dynasty of Caliphs that succeeded the Umayyads
Abbasids
Trojan Prince who flees to Italy, ancestor of Romulus and Remus
Aeneas
Country that fought the Falklands War with the UK
Argentina
Mythical Commander of the Greek Army in the Trojan War
Agamemnon
City in Egypt famous for its Lighthouse and Library
Alexandria
In 1915, the Ottomans started a genocide of this ethnic group
Armenians
City in what is now Turkey, founded in the 4th century BC, where Ignatius lived
Antioch
Original inhabitants of Australia
Aboriginals
Greek God of Light
Apollo
Emperor of the Mauryan Empire in India, called 'The Great'
Ashoka
Largest and most well-known German Concentration Camp in WWII
Auschwitz
French City where seven Popes resided
Avignon
High fortified area of an ancient Greek city, of which the most known stands in Athens
Acropolis
Egyptian Pharaoh who started a monotheistic belief in the Sun Disk, or Aten
Akhenaten
Ancient Greek School founded by Plato, Aristotle studied here
Academy
Muhammads father-in-law and his first successor, or Caliph
Abu Bakr
French Province conquered by the Germans in 1871
Alsace
Ethiopian Kingdom that lasted from 400 BC - 700 AD, one of the first Christian Kingdoms
Aksum
President of the US who succeeded James Garfield after his assassination
Chester A. Arthur
Only English king to be known as 'The Great'
Alfred the Great
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