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What's some great analytical podcasts that goes really deep into military strategies / doctrines or geopolitics?
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Is the Adam and Eve story a metaphor for leaving childhood?
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New England

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Reminder that New England is the only part of the US with meaningful history and culture. It has the highest standard of living, best education, best colleges, best healthcare and most beautiful nature of anywhere in the US. It would be much better independent and should have broke away in 1812.
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>"Roman" empire
>Does not control Rome
>Does not speak latin
>Are not actual Roman christians
>Gets BTFO by true descendants of the republic system (Venice)
>Gets BTFO repeatedly by literal sandniggers
>Gets BTFO by t*rks
>Capital completely cucked, even had to literally rename itself
>Never achieves glorious conquests

Why do byzaboos insist on this meme that Rome survived until 1453?
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Were Prussianz Polish??

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Why is this hated so much?

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Ive seen this book mentioned on this board a few times calling it a shitty book with no reasons why. I don't give a shit about roman history, I'm just curious why /his/ hates this book so much.
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/his/ Book Thread: Byzantine Edition

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Previous Thread: >>4069686

/his/ Book Thread; come discuss what you're reading, ask for recommendations or recommend some books to your fellow anons, ask for opinions on some books you've been thinking of reading.

>Hundreds of book lists for research into numerous topics, with explanations of each recommendation

>Compilation of Recommended Reading Charts from previous threads:

Mega libraries of free e-books suggested by kind anons:

>2,000 World History Books!dlZlDbqL!TXG5bGvWufONkrQAL7b7jA

>Mysticism/Occult Books!AE5yjIqB!y7Vdxdb5pbNsi2O3zyq9KQ

>Introduction to Buddhism!8yoXVK7A!TC52QPsBJcfjDyVVsy06wA

>Some 150 pdfs of history, religion, philosophy, and other stuff!flYQGbzI!p1AFjtMuCLHQqocJqxV7rg

>45gigs worth of mostly Military History!ZAoVjbQB!iGfDqfBDpgr0GC-NHg7KFQ

>Philosophy Collection!MQBRHBJA!L_on3h-XUrtbc719UaMygw

>Some drawing and art guides!2RARFaLA!VTiQb6eRXfV4V6mYQ6FJTA


>8GB of Books!51Q0waSI!4Ut-eePQr9YSjHJJTQs7Ew


>Moundbuilders/Mississippians of North America!GwolDKTS!YeQjR65-xy1WCItk-A90dA

>E-book/Audio book sites:

>Other Recommended Reading Resources:
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The Mabinogion

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Did the tales of the Mabinogion Inspire the romantic literary movement In high medieval Europe?
Some of the King Arthur tales predate Geoffery Of Monmouth's 'Historia Regum Brittaniae'. Most notably they are written In a romantic style. There's tales such as Culhwch and Olwen which are obvious Romances.
Is It possible that the Romance movement began In Wales as opposed to France and perhaps Influenced notable French writers such as Chrétien de Troyes who Is venerated as the father of Romance literature?

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I know this is going to be painting things over with a large brush but what does African architecture look like?
>inb4 huts
That's fine too. Seeing Black Panther spiked my curiosity

Excuse my English