Popularly known as Pauline, Maria Paola Bonaparte, known for her impulsiveness, frivolity, and promiscuity, was the little sister of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Born on 5 September 1638, and known as the Sun King, Louis XIV, the king of France from 14 May 1643 until he died in 1715, reigned over a period of unparall ...
Born in July 1751, as the ninth and youngest child of Fredrick, Prince of Wales and Princess Augusta, Princess Caroline Mathilde lost her father suddenly.
Tiberius, the second Roman emperor, used to command his light bums, the groups of young boys to perform threesomes in front of him to stimulate his flagging ...
Valeria Messalina, the sexually insatiable third wife of the Roman emperor Claudius, once invited one of the top prostitutes of Rome and challenged her in a ...
Born on 28 June 1491, Henry VIII, the King of England from 1509 until his death in 1547, is best known in history for his six marriages.
Catherine Howard, only the second English queen to ever be executed for adultery and treason, was born to Edmund Howard and Joyce Culpeper Howard, probably ...
Born in Istanbul on 06 November 1615, Ibrahim I, who later came to be known as Ibrahim the Mad, reigned as the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1640 to 1648.
Marie Alexandra Victoria, the beloved and controversial queen of Romania, was born as the Princess of Great Britain and Ireland on 29 October 1875 to Alfred.
Born as Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Caligula the third of the Roman emperors, had an upbringing that condemned him to the cruelty and depravity.