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  1. E

    Did South India have martial traditions on par with North?

    Forgive me if this is a stupid question but when you read about Indian warriors or castes they are typically Rajputs or Jats or Sikhs who are based in North India. Of course I am not very well read in this area and this may just be leftover from the British martial race theories.. Did South...
  2. Louise C

    In which ancient civilization were women most on a par with men?

    Hard to say. In all those ancient societies, positions of authority in public and in private life were overwhelmingly held by men. But women had something approaching legal equality in ancient Egypt. But social class was really the most important thing for determining what sort of life you...
  3. G

    In which ancient civilization were women most on a par with men?

    'Women were much better off than with the Romans, they were factually equal to men.' La Tène culture - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...so I would say the Celtic world. But what do you reckon?
  4. Thessalonian

    It's official! Fukushima on par with Chernobyl

    Japan now rates Fukushima at par with Chernobyl - Rediff.com News Unfortunately...... it gets only worse...
  5. wolfeman18

    Themistocles - on par with Alexander, Caesar, and Scipio?

    First, let me say that I don't intend for this to turn into a "who is better between the ancient generals" argument. There has been plenty of discussion about the great generals of antiquity and I rarely see Themistocles mentioned. He may have only fought two major battles (not counting...