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Shedding New Light on the 18th Dynasty Mummies of the Royal Architect Kha and His Spouse Merit
Shedding New Light on the 18th Dynasty Mummies of the Royal Architect Kha and His Spouse Merit
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The mummies of Kha and his wife Merit were found intact in an undisturbed tomb in western Thebes near the ancient workers’ village of Deir el-Medina. Previous MDCT (this abbreviation needs spelling out)... [ ]
Best Pharoah
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since I’ve already seen the question posed “who was the worst pharoah in egyptian history, why not ask the question of who was the best? [ ]
Are there any descendants from founders of the Dutch East India Company that hold great personal wealth today as a result of their ancestors being a part of that company?
Are there any descendants from founders of the Dutch East India Company that hold great personal wealth today as a result of their ancestors being a part of that company?
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I was just reading a bit about the VOC in Sapiens and it got me thinking about potential ancestors of founding members of the company. Did any of... [ ]
Varus and the Battle of Teutoburg Forest - Pixel History
Varus and the Battle of Teutoburg Forest - Pixel History
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Romans really loved people who could get things done. Varus was not one of those people. At all. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHipstorian Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheHipstorian --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copyright media, images and music respective to owner(s). The resources... [ ]
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According to Livius' analysis of Livy's Publicola, it seems highly probable that the interactions between Carthage and Rome around the time of the overthrow of Tarquin led to Rome adopting consuls, how often has this been presumed by other historians?
According to Livius' analysis of Livy's Publicola, it seems highly probable that the interactions between Carthage and Rome around the time of the overthrow of Tarquin led to Rome adopting consuls, how often has this been presumed by other historians?
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Article in question: http://www.livius.org/articles/person/valerius-publicola/?#dual This is quite a fascinating question as it presumes the... [ ]
Are there any books that were written over such a long period of time that the book contained multiple languages/cultures?
Are there any books that were written over such a long period of time that the book contained multiple languages/cultures?
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For example a history book that documented events that happened in a nation that fell to another but a historian continues documenting events and... [ ]
in the movie outlaw king at 1:34:41 we see Sir James Douglas draining blood from a cow and putting it in a leather pouch
in the movie outlaw king at 1:34:41 we see Sir James Douglas draining blood from a cow and putting it in a leather pouch
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Ok, so a few questions here. 1. why is he draining blood from the cow? 2. how the hell is that cow not moving from pain? 3. what does he need... [ ]
I am currently in the process of writing a bachelor thesis on the physical depiction of women in ancient Greece and could really use your help!
I am currently in the process of writing a bachelor thesis on the physical depiction of women in ancient Greece and could really use your help!
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***Disclaimer: This is a rather long post and I would like to thank anyone who took the time to read all of it.***   Hello everyone. I am... [ ]