1. Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics

    Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics

    Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics Ancient Egypt History
  2. Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics

    Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics

    Reading Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphics Ancient Egypt History
  3. R

    Having Strange feelings after reading Atharva-Veda.

    so i wanted to study some parts of Atharva veda so i started reading it. mostly Satrunashak/Eenemy destroyer mantras where we pray to gods to destroy our enemies and those evil things who want to harm us. within 15 minutes of reading those mantra i suddenly started feeling heavy headed like i am...
  4. Incendio

    Recommended reading for late 19th century warfare in Europe?

    Hi, I know this was probably discussed before. I am looking for recommendations regarding books covering warfare, would be amazing if contains battle tactics, formations of european warfare in late 19th century, to make things easier, Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871) and/or Second Schleswig War...
  5. F

    Good reading not (yet) in the "world" languages?

    I think there is a lot of books, and other things to read out there, not in english, nor in any other of the most widespread languages. Not a small part of what I read is not translated I think, but that should not exclude it from this forum. Some may be more "local", regional or national...
  6. Emrys

    Question regarding the reading of history

    As a history buff, I have this long dilemma, if for ex. I want to learn about ancient history, should I read a book about ancient history or should I read a list of books like a book on Roman history, oriental, greek, etc. What I have in mind is a decent learning of the subject not too heavy
  7. Karl XII

    Is Pax Romana by Adrian goldsworthy worth reading if..

    I have already read his books, Caeser, Augustus, The Fall of Carthage, how Rome Fell and his book on roman warfare? I really enjoy his writing but I don't want to buy something if most of the material is already covered in those books.
  8. S

    Why the White House Is Reading Greek History

    Why the White House Is Reading Greek History The Trump team is obsessing over Thucydides, the ancient historian who wrote a seminal tract on war. By MICHAEL CROWLEY June 21, 2017 The Trump White House isn’t known as a hot spot for Ivy League intellectuals. But last month, a Harvard academic...
  9. rvsakhadeo

    On reading Locke

    I was just going through ' The Dictionary of Philosophy ' , published by Penguin Books, 2nd edition, 2005, compiled by Thomas Mautner, ISBN 978-0-14-101840-9. It is very good compilation , 664 pages thick and contains all the required information about Western Philosophy. A long entry on John...
  10. H

    Looking for some reading material.

    For the past week or so I've been on a kick to learn about the legislative history of the U.S. I've been sifting through a lot of the more well known "major" pieces of legislation throughout the years, but I was wondering if anyone here has any recommendations for books I can find about the...
  11. R

    The Alphabet

    Hello Ladies and Gentlemen I am interested in confirming the following. 1 The Egyptians were the only civilised race in ancient times, that's before CE who had an alphabet. Three forms. Hieroglyphic, phonetic I and phonetic II. 2 The Romans and the Greeks did not have an alphabet in CE period...
  12. Space Shark

    Good books for reading on Tetrarchy and ensuing civil wars?

    My current historical interest is the series of events that led to Constantine becoming Emperor of Rome. Namely, the Tetrarchy, the civil wars that came after Constantine's proclamation as Emperor, and the like. I'm curious as to what material Historum can recommend me for further reading on the...
  13. M

    Teaching German History - Reading Suggestions

    Hi all, I'm a high school history teacher about to start teaching Nazi Germany, and I'm looking for suggestions for books I could read to help me prepare. I'm already halfway through Kershaw's great Hitler biography, and I'm going to read Shirer's Rise and Fall of the Third Reich over...
  14. SirIronshield91

    Reading history

    Hello, guys, I need some help with reading, I want your opinion on reading a subject currently I researching ancient history and I don't know how to do it efficiently. Should I a good book on ancient civilations or should i read like one book about the ancient orient, one book on ancient...
  15. F

    Suggested reading for high schoolers - 1450-modern summary

    Hey all, I am thinking about requiring some summer reading for my students taking my AP European History course next year (covers content from 1450-present). I'd like to get a LIGHT summary of some of the major threads. I remember years ago reading a book on US history, Don't know much...
  16. WhatAnArtist

    Has reading about a historical figure ever influenced how you act/speak in real life?

    A bit of an odd topic, I must admit, but still a possibly interested/funny one. For me personally my readings of Napoleon have left me with an immense admiration of the man, and I usually find myself walking like he did, with the famous way he held both of his hands behind his back as he walked...
  17. T

    Reading recommendations - post-Civil War Georgia

    Hi! I am looking for some help on a reading list for a non-academic research. I hope this is the right part of the forum to post in ( I've seen the Help section, but it seems to be for students only?). Could you please point me in the direction of the autobiographies, diaries or memoirs of...
  18. A

    Reading Ancient Greece - Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon...?

    Hi all, First time post here. I have recently been reading on Ancient Greece in a somewhat chronological way. I have read Herodotus, Thucydides and am about to finish Xenophon's Hellenica. I know this only an approximately chronological sequence, and that Xenophon has his issues, but I was...
  19. DShim

    Reading the books as they are mean't to be read?

    So I was reading a book called "Godforsaken" by Dinesh D'Souza. And it's been an interesting read on explaining God and existence of evil and all that stuff. One thing I read that I found especially interesting was the topic on reading the Old Testament. Basically he said that since the book(s)...
  20. TheNapoleon

    WWI Reading

    Hello, I want to read a full account of World War I, including its origins and its effects. I want something similiar to the book "The Second World War" by Anthony Beevor, as it discusses military events, political events, social events as well as bits about the main characters of the war. I...