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The Book Review About The History Book, "Daily Life of the Vikings", By: Kirsten Wolf

Posted September 19th, 2013 at 05:29 PM by VikingGirlTBird

The history book "Daily Life of the Vikings" (The Greenwood Press Daily Life Through History Series) By: Kirsten Wolf is a extremely easy to read and a easy to understand history book but, also a extremely informative, interesting, and a fun history book to read about the Viking Age, the Vikings, the history of the Viking Age and of the Vikings, and the Vikings' culture, heritage, and daily life. I would highly recommend the history book "Daily Life of the Vikings" to all middle...
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Fanciful Ideas of Dr. Nicholas Kazanas!

Posted March 28th, 2015 at 06:14 AM by Sanjay Sonawani






Indigenous Aryan Theorists now-a-days are becoming inveterate adherents of the claims those cannot be substantiated even on the basis of common logic. The paper of Kazanas “Rigveda is pre-Harappan” (June 2006) 1 too is no exception, as Kazanas too seems to harp Indigenous Aryan lore while substantially stretching back the time of Rig Veda to claim authorship over Indus-Ghaggar Civilization (IGC) to which, now-a-days, Vedicists blatantly have started calling...
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The Shimazu Clan : A Case Study In How to Stay Awesome

Posted January 26th, 2011 at 01:51 PM by leakbrewergator

I admit, when it comes to Japanese historical figures, I have my biases. There are certain individuals (see: Takeda Shingen) that I have taken a liking to and others (see: Ishida Mitsunari) that I really don't care for.

The same is true for entire clans. There are certain clans that just really stand out to me. The Takeda, Mori, Sanada, and Date, to name a few, are clans that I really like to study. One clan that is on the list are the Shimazu. This is a family that doesn't get the
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two kings combined

Posted March 1st, 2011 at 12:44 AM by neon
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Oliver Cromwell was bread from Eire! he comes from a SCelt clan name (Well) witch came from the Latin name (Wel) under the Queens decision and holy roman catholic genesis SCelts are Celts not true under Eireann law witch is conserved by the terms of inquisition of a republic there is a clear difference between SCelts and Celts. almost all SCelts got there names in Latin and Celts in Arabic Celts who's gean pool survived by Saxon adopted Saxon characteristics and so the...
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What separates all of man kinds different races what is the different things

Posted March 5th, 2011 at 08:58 PM by neon

What separates all of man kinds different races what is the different things
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There were six apes that started off the European races a a fair one with green eyes, a blond one with blue eyes ,a fair one with blue eyes , a brown with brown eyes , a red one with brown eyes, and a red one with Hazel .
Every European race has been bread from these apes . A Goth, Celt a Scelt a Saxon one in between Saxon...
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