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  1. Re: Say something of the next Country!

    Immune to human rights and democracy, highly allergic on Iran.

    Kingdom of Kandy
  2. Re: Name That Historical Event

    Correct! Your turn.
  3. Re: Name That Historical Event

    https://i.imgur.com/0Svf9yv.jpg
  4. Re: Say something of the next Country!

    Best China!

    Pala Empire
  5. Re: Name That Historical Event

    I see EU flag and several EU member states flags, not quite sure which event it is, however, I also see the word Maastricht written, therefore I'd guess the signing of the Maastricht Treaty in 1992.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Correct, an indecisive battle fought between Union and Confederate forces commanded by Grant and Lee respectivelly.

    Can't add rep right now. If someone can do it instead of me that would be...
  7. Re: Name that historical figure!

    Correct, mining engineer to be precise. Sorge was a quite an important intelligence character of WWII until his execution by the Japanese.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    https://i.imgur.com/TlUi4Oz.png
  9. Re: Name that historical figure!

    Close, but not close enough... He is a communist, his father is from Central Europe, won't say the exact country to not make it too easy, and his mother is from Russia.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Blue versus Green faction. Generals Belisarius and Mundus slaughtering the Greens at the Hippodrome of Constantinople, right after the Blues quickly abandoned the Hippodrome in the middle of the...
  11. Re: Name that historical figure!

    East or West...

    https://i.ibb.co/bs8z6tv/001.jpg
  12. Re: Name that historical figure!

    Chiang Kai-Shek
  13. Poll: Re: WHO IS THE GREATEST STATESMAN?

    Watch out Deutsche Physik, here comes Chinese Math. Also, I think it's unfair that this list features Henry Kissinger while leaving out Zbigniew Brzezinski, I mean what Kissinger was to Southeast...
  14. Re: Ilustrations and images of the Hellenistic Period.

    On the very dark image depicting a storm right next to the Etemenanki there's a spiraling building enveloped by the storm alluding to the destruction of the Tower of Babel.
    It's a well done image...
  15. Re: EB-Twitter updates Discussion

    Keep up the great work guys! :thumbsup2
  16. Re: Ilustrations and images of the Hellenistic Period.

    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Genava again. - Argh... I blame climate change for this! Interesting nevertheless.

    By the way some of those images are pre-Hellenistic,...
  17. Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    MBJA - Make Byzantium Justinian Again
  18. Re: All advanced aliens are moral

    I agree with you, however I was merely pointing to what I perceived as a plot hole, because if they had the time to develop faster speed I think they would have ways to contact the older ship and...
  19. Poll: Re: Medieval 2 - Favourite Classical mod/submod

    Vote cast.
  20. Re: All advanced aliens are moral

    Technological superiority and cultural refinement do not equal kindness or empathy.

    The amount of time required to get to the next star traveling at the speed of light is enormous, if they do...
  21. Poll: Re: WHO IS THE GREATEST STATESMAN?

    I see a fine list there gentlemen, however, the exclusion of Pol Pot is indefensible. He was the only visionary willing to get to the root of the problem - people wearing glasses.
    Eliminate people...
  22. Re: Say something of the next Country!

    Would not let go of its colonies without a coup.

    Judicate of Arborea
  23. Re: The Spoilt Brats of History: The Greek Kingdom starting in 1832 as a case study of Western cultural assimilation of the 'lagging behind' nations

    If by seeds you imply people willing to fashion Greek society into an an idea of an modernized Ancient Greece, while at the same time reducing backwards-perceived cultural elements
    that came into...
  24. Re: USA Democratic party 2020 candidates and primaries thread

    My favorite is Ted Cruz's father being the one who assassinated JFK. :rofls:
  25. Re: Iran stopping part of the implementation of the nuclear deal

    There's also one more thing, although I doubt the Iranians are thinking about it, and granted might not be too plausible, and that is Democrats accusing Trump of being to soft when meeting with Kim....
  26. Re: What people were made satraps in the Seleucid Empire?

    Usually Greeks from Asia Minor or Greeks of settler ancestry, occasionally local landed aristocrats, those were usually of Persian and Median ancestry and are a leftover of old Achaemenid elite. All...
  27. Re: Iran stopping part of the implementation of the nuclear deal

    Aren't the sanctions against NK still in place or am I wrong?



    Two reasons.

    1. They feel aggrieved by US government and if they were to give in they'd come up like spineless losers. It's...
  28. Re: Say something of the next Country!

    Prefers to be called Myanmar.

    Kingdom of Ava
  29. Re: Did the Romans know there were other lands such as in China, Russia, India, Mongolia, Southern Africa, etc?

    This 15th Century copy of a map originally made by 2nd Century Claudius Ptolemy showcases the extent of roman knowledge:
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  30. Re: Political turmoil during a change on the throne

    Personally, I'm not a big fan of rebels without a cause...:surprise: The rebels should have a good reason to spawn not just having a new ruler. Speaking of the region where Parthian empire was, there...
  31. Re: Things that make you go WTF

    Huh, like Chinese movies, but with extra sand... and blood.



    Come on Kyriakos, you know that flying carpets were invented more 1000 years later by the famed Arabian engineer Ala ad-Did and...
  32. Re: Word Chain

    Sandwich Theory
  33. Re: Did any tribe willingly join romans?

    If we take Graeco-Roman culture as being "Roman", as well being able to speak fluent Latin, at least as a second language, It should be noted that this was the case with most parts of the Roman...
  34. Re: Cleopatra's endgame: what did she really hope to accomplish with Mark Antony?

    Well, they might not have a master plan, but Punic Wars seemed to me as something that was easily avoidable. In fact the whole Roman expansion "master plan" was pretty simple, if there was potential...
  35. Re: Say something of the next Country!

    Lost Mekong Delta to Dai Nam.

    Champa
  36. Re: Iran stopping part of the implementation of the nuclear deal

    Where did I say that the US can't invade Iran? - I didn't. What I did say is that there's gonna be lot more dead and wounded invaders than that's been the case in Iraq and Afghanistan, combined. I...
  37. Re: Iran stopping part of the implementation of the nuclear deal

    Well, unlike the relatively flat Iraq, Iran's geography is similar to that of Afghanistan, bit more humid though so insurgents don't need to just hide in caves, they can use forests and jungles too....
  38. Re: Sonic the hedgehog movie, lol

    That thing scared my children, I'm not even joking. I see it has a good dental plan.
  39. Re: Name That Historical Event

    Correct! The image depicts Aarno Yrjö-Koskinen and Ivan Mikhailovich Maisky.
  40. Re: Name That Historical Event

    Oh, we're getting close, not really... It's not the Treaty of Lausanne, which would make the other guy Turkish speaker, but the speaker of Indo-European language in the picture was indeed born in a...
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