Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Roman Empire  Known for its vast reach, long-lasting influence on law, governance, and engineering, and its impact on Western civilization.

Mongol Empire Led by Genghis Khan, it was the largest contiguous empire in history, stretching across Eurasia, fostering trade, cultural exchange, and facilitating communication.

British Empire  The largest empire in history, it spanned across the globe, shaping modern politics, economics, and culture in many regions.

Islamic Caliphate Spread Islamic civilization, art, and science across the Middle East, North Africa, and parts of Europe and Asia.

Ottoman Empire A dominant force for centuries, it controlled vast territories across Southeastern Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa, leaving a significant legacy in law, culture, and architecture.

Chinese Empire  (Various Dynasties)  A series of dynasties, like the Han, Tang, and Qing, contributed to China's rich cultural heritage, technological advancements, and expansive territorial control.

Persian Empire  (Achaemenid Empire Known for its administrative efficiency, cultural diversity, and contributions to governance, influencing subsequent empires.

Inca Empire Based in South America, it was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America, known for its advanced infrastructure, agriculture, and centralized rule.

Aztec Empire Flourishing in Mesoamerica, it was a dominant force in the region known for its complex social structure, architecture, and religious practices.

Egyptian Empire Known for its grandeur, engineering feats, and cultural achievements, leaving a lasting  impact on history.