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Excavations in Turkey"s southeast reveal 10,000-year-old belief in afterlife - ARCHAEOLOGY
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Excavations in Turkey"s southeast reveal 10,000-year-old belief in afterlife - ARCHAEOLOGY

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An excavation in the Dargeçit district of the southeastern region of Turkey, which will soon be left under the reservoir waters of the Ilısu Dam, has revealed crucial information about the North Mesopotamian... [ ]
Did the Spainiards keep census, tax, birth, marriage, death and others from their colonies? If so, why can I barely find any? • r/history
Did the Spainiards keep census, tax, birth, marriage, death and others from their colonies? If so, why can I barely find any? • r/history
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Did the Spainiards keep census, tax, birth, marriage, death and others from their colonies? If so, why can I barely find any? • r/history

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So I'm researching into my ancestry (I'm from Puerto Rico) and around 1850 I always hit a roadblock and can't find Spanish records from before... [ ]