, Riyadh'' Most of the region is a semi-arid (Semi-arid climate) plain and thus insufficient for supporting a large and complex civilization. While the Marrah Mountains offer plentiful water, the Daju people created the first known Darfurian civilization based in the mountains, though they left no records beside a list of kings. The Tunjur displaced the Daju in the fourteenth century and introduced Islam. The Tunjur sultans intermarried with the Fur people Fur
; ref thumb The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Gateway Arch (File:Gateway Arch edit1.jpg) in St. Louis Indigenous peoples inhabited Missouri for thousands of years before European exploration and settlement. Archaeological (Archaeology) excavations along the rivers have shown continuous habitation for more than 7,000 years. Beginning before 1000 CE (Common Era), there arose the complex Mississippian culture, whose people created regional
with an advanced, highly specialised bureaucracy centred in the capital city of Kumasi. Prior to Akan contact with Europeans, the Akan Ashanti people created an advanced economy based on principally gold and gold bar commodities (Commodity) then traded with the states of Africa.
and the Kingdom of Sicily, sent ammunition and aid to the Maltese and Britain also sent her navy (Royal Navy), which blockaded the islands. General Claude-Henri Belgrand de Vaubois surrendered his French forces in 1800. Maltese leaders presented the island to Sir Alexander Ball, asking that the island become a British Dominion. The Maltese people created a Declaration of Rights in which they agreed to come "under the protection and sovereignty of the King of the free
ஊவா ''Uva'') is Sri Lanka's second least populated province (Provinces of Sri Lanka), with 1,187,335 people, created in 1896. It consists of two districts: Badulla (Badulla District) බදුල්ල பதுளை and Moneragala (Moneragala District) මොනරාගල மொனராகல. The provincial capital is Badulla. Uva is bordered by Eastern (Eastern Province, Sri Lanka), Southern (Southern Province, Sri Lanka) and Central (Central Province, Sri Lanka) provinces. Its major tourist attractions
confederations which opposed the local Sarmatians. In Romania and the steppes north of the Black Sea, the Goths, a Germanic people, created at least two kingdoms: Therving (Thervings); and Greuthung (Greuthungs). Heather, Peter, 1998, ''The Goths'', pp. 51-93 Kosovo, peacekeeping and human trafficking Since the establishment of the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) in 1999, according to some international organizations Kosovo became a major
the region up until 1971 including at RAF Habbaniya, when it moved to RAF Kinloss, the first time it had been based in the UK since 1915. Most of the region is a semi-arid (Semi-arid climate) plain and thus insufficient for supporting a large and complex civilization. While the Marrah Mountains offer plentiful water, the Daju people created the first known Darfurian civilization based in the mountains, though they left no records beside a list of kings. The Tunjur
: A History url http: books.google.com books?id nMMAk4VwLLwC&pg PA22 accessdate 26 June 2013 year 2004 publisher Pearson Longman isbn 978-0-582-50601-5 page 22 An offshoot of the Zulu, the Matabele (Northern Ndebele people) people created a larger empire that included large parts of the highveld under their king Mzilikazi. During the early 1800s, many Dutch settlers departed from the Cape Colony, where they had been subjected to British control. They migrated