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I’m currently playing Red Dead 2, they keep using ‘Yankie’ as an insult. Surely almost all white people were European unless Native American? Was this actually a popular insult in 1899? • r/history
I’m currently playing Red Dead 2, they keep using ‘Yankie’ as an insult. Surely almost all white people were European unless Native American? Was this actually a popular insult in 1899? • r/history
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My main confusion comes from people using yankie as an insult when I’ve always thought they would have celebrated that they were American, as... [ ]
The ancient Iberian peninsula was originally inhabited by non Indo-European Vasconic peoples who are basically the ancestors of the modern Basques.
The ancient Iberian peninsula was originally inhabited by non Indo-European Vasconic peoples who are basically the ancestors of the modern Basques.
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The ancient Iberian peninsula was originally inhabited by non Indo-European Vasconic peoples who are basically the ancestors of the modern... [ ]
How would one render "Allamistakeo" (the titular character from Edgar Allan Poe's 'Some Words with a Mummy') as a more realistic ancient Egyptian name? • r/ancientegypt
How would one render "Allamistakeo" (the titular character from Edgar Allan Poe's 'Some Words with a Mummy') as a more realistic ancient Egyptian name? • r/ancientegypt
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How would one render "Allamistakeo" (the titular character from Edgar Allan Poe's 'Some Words with a Mummy') as a more realistic ancient Egyptian name? • r/ancientegypt (click to see stats)

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Not necessarily phonetically identical, because to be honest it doesn't really sound like an ancient Egyptian name anyway, but close enough to be... [ ]
Battle for Philadelphia: Washington's Stand to Save the Capital (Battle of Brandywine)
Battle for Philadelphia: Washington's Stand to Save the Capital (Battle of Brandywine)
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In the Fall of 1778, the Commander of the British Forces, William Howe, has decided to disobey direct orders from the crown and pursue his own strategy for winning the war. Instead of... [ ]
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“"Foundation Deposits and Strategies of Place-Making at Tell el-Dab’a/Avaris." Free download until Nov. 16th. https://t.co/ce3f8D13JQ” [ ]
Why is it that the thousands of year old indus valley civilization had working sewage systems but 19th century london didn't? • r/history
Why is it that the thousands of year old indus valley civilization had working sewage systems but 19th century london didn't? • r/history
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According to crash course history Indus valley civilization (https://youtu.be/n7ndRwqJYDM) Surely England should have found some traces of the... [ ]