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- Who Were the Celts?
- The Celts were a group of people that occupied lands stretching from the British Isles to Galatia. The Celts had many dealings with other cultures that bordered the lands occupied by these people, and even though there is no written record of the Celts...
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- The interactions of the Chola empire in the Chao Phraya delta. G.Deivanayagam 1.
- CHOLA BRONZE 1000-1100AD
- Cholas. The history of the Chola Empire can be traced back before the 4 th centuries A.D.
- Hindu Sanctuariesin India
- The Chola were a southern Indian dynasty that flourished in the 9th–13th centuries. 1130 AD. when the Vengi kingdom merged with the Chola empire.
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- The inscriptions of the Cholas who ruled in Tamil Nadu refer to more than 400 . neighbouring regions and the kingdom grew in size and power.
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- ITC Grand Chola to open in Chennai
- Reigning from the 9th to the 13th Century, the Chola empire ruled over most of South India.
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- Chola dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Chola dynasty was a Tamil dynasty which was one of the longest-ruling in some parts of southern India.
- Chola Empire, Chola Bronze, Chola Dynasty, Cholas, About Chola
- Learn about the Chola empire, view a map of India and the Chola empire.
- Chola Dynasty - New World Encyclopedia
- Apr 23, 2009 The Chola Dynasty (Tamil: சோழர் குலம், IPA: ['ʧoːɻə]), a Tamil dynasty, ruled primarily in southern India until the thirteenth century.
- CHOLA EMPIRE
- DYNASTY: Chola, RELIGION: Hindu. PREDECESSORS and SHORT HISTORY: Chola disrupted by defeat at the hands of the Delhi Sultanate in 1279.
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