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Silly Questions Saturday, November 18, 2017 (self.history)
submitted 2 days ago by AutoModerator[M] - announcement
Unearthing a masterpiece: Archaeologists found this gemstone, just over 1.4 inches long, that was carved with an intricacy never before seen in Aegean Bronze Age artwork—a discovery that could rewrite art history as we know it (magazine.uc.edu)
submitted 1 day ago by drock45
I have another story for you all. About Yang Kyoungjong who fought for the Russians, Japanese and the Germans during the Second World War. (self.history)
submitted 10 hours ago by Nightingale0227
Discussion/QuestionHow important was T.E Lawrence to the Arab Ottoman Rebellion. In Modern Middle Eastern History is he portrayed as a key player or merely an associate of Fiasal? (self.history)
submitted 14 hours ago by iswandualla
Need help archiving ancient documents (self.history)
submitted 2 hours ago by primalzergwarrior
What would happen if the heir apparent committed regicide? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by Dronite
Books/movies about the Japanese Empire? (self.history)
submitted 7 hours ago by kennedyswaifu
News articleSome of the Dead Sea Scroll fragments at the new Bible Museum in DC may be forgeries (cnn.com)
submitted 9 hours ago by xiaodown
Image GalleryCan anyone help identify this military pin? (self.history)
submitted 22 hours ago by brokengnome
News articleResearchers built a database from 4000 year old clay tablets, plugged it into an economic trade model, and pinpointed 11 potential lost cities (washingtonpost.com)
submitted 2 days ago by drock45
Manhunt: Unabomber (self.history)
submitted 13 hours ago * by TheodoreDish
Help with a battle in history (self.history)
submitted 11 hours ago by wuchiway
Image GalleryHelp finding information about German WW2 Soldier (self.history)
submitted 23 hours ago * by -ninninon
Historicity of the Bible (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by overthinker356
Edo Japan Books (self.history)
submitted 14 hours ago by saltag
What is your favorite part of Russian history? Mine is the Tsarist period. As a budding Slavists, I find the Russian monarchy to be interesting and distinct from the rest of Europe. Peter the Great is one of my personal heroes. (self.history)
submitted 12 hours ago by DaisukeNamikawa
Looking for more information on the Middle East (self.history)
submitted 19 hours ago by scovington19
Books on African history? (self.history)
submitted 16 hours ago by QulioCoolio
Curious about Eisenhower. Any help? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by KodiakDog
For how long after Aurelian's reunification of the Roman Empire in 274, did Rome maintain control of its borders from invaders? (self.history)
submitted 19 hours ago by _bravelittletoaster_
Where did the money go in the great depression? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by bunchzofpunchz
Europeans of Reddit, how far back in your history do you find it 'identifiable'? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by lstrait69420_
Science site articleThese may be the world’s first images of dogs—and they’re wearing leashes (sciencemag.org)
submitted 3 days ago by FillsYourNiche
Why did the US take so much inspirations from the romans? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by Litbus_TJ
Are there any examples of Phallic art purely done for humor? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by awoelt
Song lyrics of the black matilda by the rumjacks seem to be based on a true story. Something about a ship wreck or a city by the name of the Andalusia (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago * by usernamesaretehhard
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