currently, there are two different kbin magazines (=groups/communities) on history which slightly differ in their scraping habits:...
Its unexpected independence resulted from a boundary error in a land sale by Pope Eugene IV to the Republic of Florence. Due to confusion over two streams named "Rio" a strip of land became terra nullius.
Avi-ram Tzoreff in conversation with Georges Khalil about his new book on R. Binyamin, his take on binationalism, (counter-)zionism and how this relates to current historiographical and political debates within Israel.
Here is a call for papers for a special issue of In the Same Sea, a project that “advances the hypothesis that the Lesser Antilles were decisively shaped by inter-island connections that transformed separate islands into a common world of slavery and freedom.” This project, based at the University of Copenhagen, has received...
I know that the violence today, and the occupation of which it is part, has a history and a politics which are man-made and can thus be unmade.
Watch this video before visiting the European Middle Ages. SUGGESTED READING • Steven A. Epstein, An Economic and Social History of Later Medieval Europe, 1000–1500 (Cambridge: Cambridge University...
In your opinion, which world war was wore and why do you believe this?
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A vividly painted tomb dating to the 4th century B.C. has been unearthed in an ancient necropolis in Pontecagnano, near Salerno in the Campania region of southwest Italy.
In 1973, Egyptian soldiers hoisted their flag over Sinai, smashing the myth of Israeli invincibility. Fifty years on, who claims the victory?
Agriculture in Syria started with a bang 12,800 years ago as a fragmented comet slammed into the Earth's atmosphere. The explosion and subsequent environmental changes forced hunter-gatherers in the prehistoric settlement of Abu Hureyra to adopt agricultural practices to boost their chances for survival.
There are a significant number of Anglo-Saxon burials where the estimated anatomical sex of the skeleton does not align with the gender implied by the items they were buried with.
A rare 16th century globe has been restored and put on display at the Museo Galileo in Florence. The terrestrial globe was made by Antwerp cartographer Cornelis De Jode in 1594. Most of his surviving oeuvre is a world atlas, the Speculum Orbis Terrae, he published in 1593.
He was pardoned in 1781 after a letter was written arguing that, as a slave, he was not a citizen and thus could not commit treason against a government to which he owed no allegiance.
Once, a long time ago, there was a poet and a warrior. His name was Grette the Strong (Grettir Ásmundarson, an Icelandic outlaw). His superpower was widely known even among the strongest berserkers.
Life-size carvings of camels have been found in the Saudi Arabian desert, but archaeologists aren't sure who created them and when.
Journalist and activist Kirill Teiter became its first monarch. The following year, the error was corrected and Torgu officially became part of Estonia. Nevertheless, the kingdom's flag and coat of arms can still be seen in the parish.
The prosperous civilization of the Minoans represented one of the oldest cultures of the Bronze Age in the Mediterranean area and the first major Aegean civilization comparable in its achievements to the older ones, such as Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Anatolia.
The Great Lakes' frigid fresh water used to keep shipwrecks so well preserved that divers could see dishes in the cupboards. Downed planes that spent decades underwater were left so pristine they could practically fly again when archaeologists finally discovered them.