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country rock singer/songwriter Gram Parsons, formerly of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers, died under mysterious conditions in Joshua Tree, California at the age of 26. His death was attributed to heart... [ ]
Polish researcher attempts to read a unique writing from Easter Island | News | Science & Scholarship in Poland
Polish researcher attempts to read a unique writing from Easter Island | News | Science & Scholarship in Poland
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In one of the most secluded places in the world - Easter Island - the rongorongo writing was invented a few hundred years ago. Attempts to read it are currently being made. Among... [ ]
Battle of Poitiers
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Battle of Poitiers: the Black Prince's victory with his English army over the French army of King John 19th September 1356 in the Hundred Years War King Edward III [ ]
Was enslavement of Europeans by Muslim raiders a big thing and was it a reason for the crusades? • r/history
Was enslavement of Europeans by Muslim raiders a big thing and was it a reason for the crusades? • r/history
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So some people who seek to "justify" the crusades often tell you about Muslim pirates kidnapping Christian Europeans in raids and enslaving them,... [ ]
Who was ancient ruler who admitted a large adversarial force into his city, only to have them sack it? • r/history
Who was ancient ruler who admitted a large adversarial force into his city, only to have them sack it? • r/history
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I remember reading once of a ruler who permitted a large force into his city (presumably as a gesture of good will or to negotiate), only to have... [ ]
Ancient sources often mention nectar. How did they know what it was, and how did they collect it? • r/history
Ancient sources often mention nectar. How did they know what it was, and how did they collect it? • r/history
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I can't see nectar in a flower, and there's such a tiny amount per flower. It seems the ancient Greeks and other people groups knew what it was... [ ]
Hail, Romans! I come with a question of great import, What did romans pave their sidewalks with? • r/ancientrome
Hail, Romans! I come with a question of great import, What did romans pave their sidewalks with? • r/ancientrome
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I am building a project on minecraft using the conquest reforged mod and I have found no information on what the sidewalks were paved with. Can... [ ]