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    The prevalence, and tolerance for, homosexuality.

    Some time ago, we were having a debate about the decency of homosexual behaviour. After doing considerable research on the matter, I have determined that in Greece, Rome, and Middle Eastern regions from which Europe gets its civilisation, homosexuality was tolerated, but really only in a...
  2. JeanDukeofAlecon

    Prevalence of lamellar in the classical and/or roman world?

    While I was looking for representations of sol invictus and I came across this carving from Palmyra: At first I thought that it was from the byzantine era because of the halos and lamellar, but the style of the art quickly vanquished the thought. It's odd to me because I always assumed that...
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    O rhesus negative, it's prevalence in Poland?

    Hi i'm new just wondered if anyone could tell me anything about O rhesus negative blood type. I've heard the Basques and some Scots have a high prevalence. I've also heard it's common, relatively, in western Poland. It's thought by some to be the oldest blood type, due to it being universal...
  4. Sharks and love

    Egypt - History and prevalence of secularism

    I would like to create a separate topic where we can focus in depth on the history and prevalence of secularism in Egypt, because I would like to know more about the country. Hopefully somebody has a better perspective than I do, but I will do my best to find relevant facts. The extent and...