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Joint Saudi-French expedition uncovers new archaeological sites in southern Riyadh
Joint Saudi-French expedition uncovers new archaeological sites in southern Riyadh
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JEDDAH: A joint Saudi-French expedition has uncovered archaeological sites that date back more than 100 thousand years amid a number of mountains in southern Riyadh, specifically in the Kharj province. The expedition was... [ ]
IAMA History lecturer who is an expert on the social history of seafarers, particularly British sailors during the 16th-18th centuries, and I teach a module on piracy. AMA about maritime history, the sailor's life, piracy, the Royal Navy, and empire. • r/
IAMA History lecturer who is an expert on the social history of seafarers, particularly British sailors during the 16th-18th centuries, and I teach a module on piracy. AMA about maritime history, the sailor's life, piracy, the Royal Navy, and empire. • r/
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I am [Dr Richard Blakemore](http://www.reading.ac.uk/history/about/staff/r-blakemore.aspx) from the Department of History at the University of... [ ]
How did the Byzantine Empire manage to survive for at least a thousand years even after the Western Roman Empire fell? • r/history
How did the Byzantine Empire manage to survive for at least a thousand years even after the Western Roman Empire fell? • r/history
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Many people often give a lot of credit to the Roman Empire on how effective it was in terms of military prowess, politics (even though it was... [ ]
Geochemical and radiometric analyses of archaeological remains from Easter Island’s moai (statue) quarry reveal prehistoric timing, provenance, and use of fine–grain basaltic resources | Journal of Pacific Archaeology
Geochemical and radiometric analyses of archaeological remains from Easter Island’s moai (statue) quarry reveal prehistoric timing, provenance, and use of fine–grain basaltic resources
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Did Japan have plans to administrate Central America and the Caribbean in the event of their victory in WWII? • r/history
Did Japan have plans to administrate Central America and the Caribbean in the event of their victory in WWII? • r/history
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Did Japan have plans to administrate Central America and the Caribbean in the event of their victory in WWII? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I've been doing some interesting research, and I ended up seeing a couple of maps that had Japan conquering Central America and the Caribbean. Are... [ ]
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