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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqmpT6T_2tU

>The Mataha-expedition researched the lost labyrinth of Egypt at Hawara. A colossal temple described by many classic authors like Herodotus and Strabo, to contain 3000 rooms full of hieroglyphs and paintings. A legendary building lost for 2 millenia under the ancient sands of Egypt. Bringing the highest level of technology to unlock the secrets of the past. The sand of Hawara was scanned in 2008 by the Belgian Egyptian expedition team.

>The results of the Hawara geophysic-survey...
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Are the Egyptian government and academics suppressing what may be one of the greatest discoveries of all time, /his/?
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probably
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>>478649
>one of the greatest discoveries of all time
Its just hieroglyphs and paintings, whats so great about that

daily reminder that things move
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daily reminder that things don't move
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Daily reminder that Zeno is wrong
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>>478613

Let me know when you have proven infinite regression to be impossible or how you can justify the chain of "moved stuff" to inexplicably end at a Bronze Age war god from the Canaanite pantheon.

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How did the Crusaders reconcile their militancy with the idea of Christian pacifism?

I understand that the Crusades likely were more for political/economic reasons than religious ones, but many of the common soldiers and knights were motivated by their faith. And at the very least, the knights in holy orders like the templars must have had a little more knowledge of the religion than the serf-turned-crusader.

How did they explain the discrepancy? I don't know much of the Bible, but I do seem to recall that most of the war and possible justifications for war...
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>>478549
Well, first of all, the average crusader couldn't even read the bible. It didn't start getting mass produced until after the reformation. Also, we're talking about the Catholic Church. If the pope says something and can find a way to back it up with scripture/tradition, then they consider it to be righteous. They didn't just believe that God allowed the crusades, they believed that he WILLED them. Thus the term, Deus Vult.
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>>478571
So how did the church typically explain it away? Did the even use the Bible or were they really that duped?
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>>478574
I'm not totally privy to exactly what scripture urban might have used as justification, if any, but like I said, it probably didn't require much convincing. And when it came to the church at that time, they pretty much had a monopoly on what was okay in Christianity and what was not. And like I said, most people couldn't read, and if they could, the bible was only printed in Latin at the time. The way we think about war and religion nowadays is just different than how someone from a thousand years ago did.

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Who would win in open battle, 100,000 mandinka warriors from imperial mali or 100.000 early sengoku era samurai?

First scenario takes place in Japan.

Second scenario is in Mali.
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>>478537
Mandinka Warriors because Samurai swords are folded 1000 times ;^)
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>>478537
samurai with tanegashima
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spetsnaz

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I read accounts of the the Great War and what always strikes me most is how a lot of the men who willingly went to fight in the first seem so nonchalant and almost excited to go fight.

Wasn't there some salty officers or NCOs that knew what was coming or was war as the world knew about change forever?

What do you guys think?

WWI General thread
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WW1 was a totally new type of warfare and the first major european war for a long time so many of the conscripts and volunteers had no idea what they were in for, same goes for the officers because they were volunteers/conscripts as well.
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>>478411
Would you say thay America's entry prepared them more for this new type of warfare? Or I should say SHOULD'VE considering they took enormous losses in the few months they were in country for. It was as if everything was learned through trial and error and the blood of a whole generation.
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>>478411
This. WW1 was a transition from 19th century "gentlemanly" warfare to modern warfare. The war started with horses and ended with tanks. Battles which used to only last a day or two at most started to span months. Those soldiers had no idea what they were getting into.

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>I am the State

What did he mean by this?
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>>478170
You've just gone to wikiquotes category:quote_that_weren't_actually_said haven't you
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>>478170
Probably something like pic related.
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I don't think he ever actually said that, but that idea comes from the modernist ideology that the nation is the king's body and wife in the same sense the Church is Christ's Body and Wife.

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Was there always unrest inbetween the ethnicities historically, or is it a new phenomenon?
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>>478156
they lived in ethnic enclaves during the days of the ottoman empire and the ottomans designed their own provinces to kind of separate various peoples as well as they could

Syria as in current-border Syra was almost literally drawn on a map in closed rooms many hundreds of miles away so of course there'd be a fuckton of unrest from the get-go
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>>478190
Why are the Assads the rulling dynasty?
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>>478195
The Assad clan is Alawi, a religous minority that controls the east coast. When France was trying to colonize Syria the main threat to their holdings was Pan-Arab nationalism so they tried to separate minority support with preferential treatment and kickbacks. When Syria became its own country the officer core was made up of Alawites which supported Hafiz al-Asad's military coup in the 1970's

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All too often I see Epirus and Macedonia excluded from ancient Greek historiography. Why exactly is that? Did they not speak Greek dialects or at least very closely related languages? We're they not intertwined with Greek politics? Did they not share the same Gods and culture (for the most part)?

I know that they were called barbarians at times, but the "official Greeks" did that among themselves too when they were sufficiently asspained. On the other hand, there were times when Epirotes and Macedonians were called Greeks by Greeks. To me "barbarian"...
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And here Epirus is recognized, but not Macedon.
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>>478089
Where exactly do you see this? To exclude Alexander's conquests for example as part of Greek history seems very ahistorical.

Also, what are your thoughts on him, /his/ (especially Arab posters)?
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>>478023
Promised shit he couldn't deliver and Britain hung him out to dry when it came to backing said promises.

I genuinely believe he was a decent dude who came to appreciate Arabian culture but he was largely used as a tool to manipulate the Arab populace into destabilizing the Ottoman Empire for the benefit of Britain and France.

Britain and France subsequently fucked up the entire region when they split the Ottoman Empire apart after WW1 into protectorates and mandates.

Hussein-MacMahon Correspondance...
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Talleyrand.
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>>478077
It really sucks if you think about it. You are T.E. Lawrence and you mean to do good but in the end you end up causing a domino effect that fucks the entire region for decades.

Assuming that the Anglo-Saxons have defeated William and survive. Had they used Knights like the other European powers?
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>>477788

What are you trying to say? If the Anglo Saxons had cavalry at Hastings, they might have won? If they had won, would they have developed cavalry? Something else entirely?
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>>477797
>If they had won, would they have developed cavalry

Yes, this.
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>>477834
I don't see any reason why they would.

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Why is the Pax Romana so significant?
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>>477650
We partly owe our current civil law level to it.
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>>477650
The Empire was relatively stable for some 200 years and its economy expanded immensely, becoming an economic powerhouse that wouldn't be surpassed until the Industrial Revolution.
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>>477650
It's important for IR because of the hegemony theory.

Was JFK a good president?
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No. He had a good cabinet though.
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Well he wasn't a bad president. And better than anything that came after him.

If Nixon had won in 1960 the world might be a better place though. The 1960 Nixon wasn't nearly as bad as the 1968 Nixon.
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No but because he was attractive and got assassinated people think he great and progressive.

If only pic related wasn't shot. I'd like to hear the real story.

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How to get a Diadochi strong enough to be a serious rival to the Romans?
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Since the romans would enlist auxiliaries into their armies to a larger degree than the Diadochi would, that meant that they had a larger pool of manpower to draw upon.

The diadochi tradition of warfare followed the idea that they only recruited greeks or other hellenes to fight as foot companions/pikemen. It should be noted that this stood in contrast to what Alexander the Great did, as Alexander had 30,000 iranians trained as foot companions.
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>>477634
Essentially this.

>be Seleucids
>have a manpower base of literally hundreds of thousands of fit adult men
>yeah nah we'll just use the 15,000 or so Macedonians and Greeks that were stupid enough to come out here and colonise these places as heavy infantry
>a couple of thousand non-Hellenes can be irregular javelinmen if they're good
>letting them share...
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>>477716

To be fair, if you start arming your subject peoples and including them on a more or less equal basis as your Greek elite, you'll probably find a bunch of independence movements springing up against your despotic Greek rule the second you turn around.


I mean, the Selucids had enough trouble with their subject peoples as it was, militarizing them seems like a huge risk to take, and could very easily blow up in your face.

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Are we the same animals as we were a thousand years ago, only now technology and better life qualities prevent us from slitting eachothers throats?
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>>477104
1000 years isn't really a lot of time, so kinda.
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>>477104
Our minds have not changed in 100,000 years at the least. We have the same wants and needs, that is, and it is helpful to not forget this. Helps me stay rational.
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>>477104
Well if you look at africa, asia, south america, middle east you can see that for some reason people still enjoy murder for things like religion or gangs.

How do I escape the Münchhausen trilemma ?
I have been, alas, stuck in the mud for too long, all this doubt is killing me.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Münchhausen_trilemma
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By accepting that Hume was right
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>>477067
In which sense ?
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>>477070

In the sense that knowledge will never be able to account for unknowns, and certainly not unknown unknowns. It will always remain incomplete and fallible

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