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OK, except for the papyri, the sculpture and art, the monumental architecture, mathematics, city planning, irrigation systems, and the pyramids ...
What have the ancient Egyptians ever really done? #BadAncient #sarcasm
'for three and a half thousand years the Egyptians hadn't invented anything new.'
Wow, I mean ... just wow. I am amazed someone could say that out loud with a straight face. #BadAncient https://t.co/sBmYmxy3fgEuripides L Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺@eevriviades
This is it in a nutshell! Dog may be man's best friend, but I am not sure that we uphold our half of the relationship very well.
My ancestors have been faithful to humans since time immemorial. Can I say the same about humans?
Dogs in Ancient Greece - with @reeshistory via @HistoryHitRome
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It has been a while, so here is another review for you! David Santiuste, Edward IV and the War of the Roses, (Barnsley, 2010) With great apprehension I have spent many-a-day staring at the foreboding cover of Santiuste’s work before … Continue reading
(Review) Ben Hubbard, The Samurai: Swords, Shōguns and Seppuku, (The History Press, 2014) Pages: 156 ISBN: 978-0-7509-5589-8 A book that claims to offer a “complete, concise account of samurai history and culture” in just under 160 pages is either purposefully … Continue reading
I have decided to add a ‘book review’ section to my blog because, well, I get asked to write a lot of book reviews! So here’s one to start it off which I particularly enjoyed reading: (Review) James Waterson, Defending … Continue reading
Book being read – No books being read today, just an awful lot of academic papers on the Amazon myths. In keeping with the new format of sporadic blogs that contain very little information about anything specific, I have been … Continue reading