How different would Christianity be if humans were the size of ants?
You had to ruin a good question by saying Christianity.
I am more interested in how humanity would be different if we were ant sized.
It's a lot more land but i guess to scale the entire earth to use now is like one African country to an ant.
Napoleon takes the Grande Armee into SE Europe to remove Ottomans. Instead of marching into Russia and winter.
Could he have removed kebab from Europe?
Would UK, France, Russia, Prussia, and the Austrians behaved themselves?
Itt: Meme Popes
Pope Rattle Bones
Did this man ever exist?
Is Philosophy dead?
>Forasmuch as there are certain persons who kneel on the Lord's Day [Sunday] and in the days of Pentecost, therefore, to the intent that all things may be uniformly observed everywhere (in every parish), it seems good to the holy Synod that prayer be made to God standing.
-Fist Ecumenical Council, Canon XX
>You will never join the Sacred Band of Thebes
>You will never meet a pretty greek warrior lover
>You will never die fighting on his side
>The gods will never glory our eternal love and courage
Why even live, /his/?
What would India be like if it had never been colonized by the British?
What does /his/ think of Hetalia? A lot of weebs I know claim to have learned everything they know about history from this show.
dear /his/, /asp/ here
we do Historical European Martial arts, or historic fencing.
We research historic european manuals about all sorts of old martial arts and train them.
You might have seen vids like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zueF4Mu2uM or saw something from schola gladiatora on yt.
we had a nice little HEMA general going on /asp/ but the board became 4chans main source of sweaty men in spandex fetish.
So yeah, we are looking for a new board.
>can we be /his/?
I assume other styles of swordsmanship like Japanese would be welcome to?
Daily reminder that the "Polish corridor" had majority Polish population that would take arms if not made part of Poland outright.
what is /his/ think of the duke of kekingtong
Lyotard famously defines the postmodern as 'incredulity towards metanarratives,' where metanarratives are understood as totalising stories about history and the goals of the human race that ground and legitimise knowledges and cultural practises.
Is he the only coherent post-structuralist there is?
Is the meta-narrative just taking the mono-myth and trying to apply to real life? We fictionalize life and turn it into a story about a heroes triumphing over and restoring light to civilization.
Are wars beneficial to the economy? Is it a necessary evil?
Hello, I was redirected here from /k/, I'm an artist looking to discuss the Ottoman Empire, mainly the weapons and armor they used. Bonus points if it's within the late 1500s-1700. With enough help I could draw some stuff.
The Ottomans adopted a lot when they started becoming an Empire. When they fought with Europe, gunpowder did enter their arsenal.
An effective military society/caste (depends who you talk to) called Janissaries arose during this time. They were men taken as children from Christian families in the Balkans and the Middle East. They were trained to be strong Islamic men, and fought against the various enemies of the Empire.
So to answer this, Eastern Europe was not so much an influence. If you count the Balkans as Eastern Europe, then yes the influence was great. Modern day hatred between the various Balkan groups came from Ottoman cleverness. Remember those Janissaries? Well, the Ottomans would deploy, say, 1000 Serbian Janissaries against Albanian targets.
The locals began to mistrust one another rather than their overlord. A brilliant tactic really.
The Ottomans learned the power of gunpowder from fighting larger European powers...
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