Historum Quarterly Journal #1

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Historum Quarterly Journal / Volume 1 / Number 1 / 2012 / 173 Pages
Table of Contents
  • James Joyce and the Gaelic Revival
  • The Aroma of Old Books and Coffee
  • Setting Charles Dickens Right
  • John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Obituaries as History: Howard Carter, 64, Egyptologist
  • Cool Civil War Photos
  • A Two Minute American
  • Civil War Biography
  • Mini Book Reviews
  • Art Passing Into History
  • Outdated Children Books as Art
  • Sir Charles Sedley, 5th Baronet
  • Murder She Wrote (Modern Forensic Science)
  • Chilon of Sparta
  • Sokushinbutsu
  • The Sakha Shaman
  • Funny False Advertisements
  • Romanian Hero
  • Biography: Marcus Atilius Regulus
  • Aspects of Land and Wealth in Sparta
  • The 45: Assumptions/Myths
  • Alexander of Macedon
  • Macedonian Armor: Armor and Tactics
  • Plans for a Persian Army
  • Battle of Gaugamela
  • The Bakufu in Japanese History
  • And that's the way it was!
  • The Roman City of Trimontium
  • Book Review: Creation of the American Republic
  • Thomas Paine: The Radical
  • "Ordinary Men" as Reflexive Subjects
  • Euclid's Elements
  • The Children's Crusade of 1212
  • Biography: The story of Conan Doyle's original mentor
  • Baseball History
  • Moche Portraits from Ancient Peru
  • King Charles VI of France
  • Art History
  • The Machiavellian Ideal: Putting Liu Bei to the Test
  • Exploring the History of Theater
  • The Russo-Japanse War
  • Hannibal's Invasion Force: By the numbers (Hannibal Goes to Rome)
  • Hitler and Stalin made a pact... Why?
  • The Legend of High King Conn Ced-Chathach and the 7th Partition of Ireland
  • Cohn's Thesis: An essential challenge to the relationship between the medieval and modern plagues
  • History for Kids: Leonard Bernstein's Debut
Total Pages: 173