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Is this any historical figure the users of /his/ universally respect?
Pic maybe related?
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>>6649585
Source?
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>>6649560
Have sex
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Of the people who know of him (since he's not european or east asian and as such most of /his/ doesn't know them because most of /his/ are fucking posers) I think everybody agrees Nezahualcoyotl is pretty based

>Was a key player in the formation of the Aztec empire, rallying allies and support along the Eastern side of the Valley of Mexico for the war against Azcapotzalco
>Was a patron of the arts
>Was a poet and philosopher himself
>Designed a variety of dike and aquaduct systems around various Aztec cities, such as Tenochtitlan's dual piped aquaduct that could switch which pipe was used so the other could be cleaned, and the watering system for his palace and imperial garden in Texcoco, that collected water from a mountain range tens of miles away, brought it to a series of channels and pools at a hill to regulate the flow speed, where the water then crossed in an aquaduct over a huge gorge to the a second hill, and the aquaduct formed a circuit around it and dropped water off as waterfalls at key points, which then watered the plants in the imperial gardens below.

Should also be noted that there's an entire book about Nezahualcoyotl and his life/accomplishments called "The Allure of Nezahualcoyotl: Pre-hispanic History, Religion, and Nahua Poetics" which is all about re-examining a lot of the sources talking about that stuff and trying to strip away the Christinization and over-glorification of those accounts, which were often Nezahualcoyotl's descedents.

It doesn't totally reject/dimisss the idea that he was a renowened poet/intellectual or that he didn't design the dike and aquaduct sytems he was said to have, but it does do away with such claims that he totally rejected human sacrirficed, worshipped a singular god, etc

It's a fantastic book both to learn about him in particular, Aztec intellecalism in general, and to see bias can influence our historical records.

>>6650663
The Flower and the Scorpion: Sexuality and Ritual in Early Nahua Culture
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>>6650862
also pic related shows some of his poetry
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>>6650846
Sex is the evil tool women use to control men.

I made a thread about the evolutionary significance of hymens on /sci/ a few days ago.
It's was decided that it's function was to protect infants and little girls from infection. In terms of it being a cultural symbol of virginity for women in many cultures, is it true that most ancient cultures didn't care much? Was it only Judeo-Christians that started the who started the whole "virgins are desirable" meme?
Is it true ancient Romans preferred to marry women who gave birth earlier and thus weren't virgins as proof that the women was fertile.
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>>6647677
But men do it too.
I think everyone who has sex admits to doing that at one point.
Why would you only focus on women?
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>>6647028
Your willy won't fit in the urethra anon, even if you have a literal baby's penis. No worries.
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>tfw vagine
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>>6640944
not that funny
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>>6647513
>women are evolutionarily inclined to be whores
but so are men though

Who has the more historicly ligitimate claim to this land?
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Britain
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>>6650550
Egypt, obviously. They ruled the Levant up as far as Tripoli long before the Jewish kingdoms arose. If we're going to apply pre-existing claims going back several thousand years, then Egypt clearly has precedence.
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>>6650550
The pope
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>>6650550
Syria, and the people who lived there since before zionism. (Which can include Jews.)
Israel should be a sub-area of a Greater Syrian state.
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>>6650611
holy shit kys historylet

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History meme/humour thread? I'm new here, are these a thing here? If not they should be
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>>6650759
>Forget to add the word "kill"
I hate myself
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>>6647373
1.We don't use the term "meme" here cause its fucking overrated and cringe
2.Don't tell anyone on this board that you are new here (except slow friendly board like /s4s/ /i/ etc) cause everyone here hate newfags
Now lurk moar and make a decent thread next time
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bump
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>>6649470
Fug
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>>6650785
>we
Fucking newfags

CARTHAGO DELENDA EST

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Why don't we have duels anymore? It seems like the issue of physical confrontation among two men is impossible to avoid no matter what you do. Men have been defending their honor for centuries and what its trickled down to (in my experience) is kids having the most banal pathetic fights in a parking lot of somekind with the video being spread everywhere so no-one is satisfied and usually the two involved in the confrontation get in trouble. I'm in uni now, sophomore year and I still,which i thought was a thing that I would never really see again, find people fighting or having scenarios where a fight will really only bring the issue to a complete close(even in 3am 7-11 parking lots drunkards fighting). Yes I know fighting is a "degenerate" thing but its a unavoidable human event that will continue to happen forever, and "fighting" seems to be always lopsided to the experienced fighter or the bigger man, why don't we bring out a revolver for the two men and let them settle it once and for all? Loser gets six feet
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>>6649645
>kill someone in a fair duel
>family takes revenge
>your family takes revenge on them
>your extended family and friends takes revenge on them
>their extended family and friends takes revenge on them
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>>6649761
No they don't, people that enjoy fighting just look past them
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>>6649829
Yeah, because they were constantly emasculated and made fun of growing up. Based broad shouldered huge thighed and super jawed Chad's don't need to assert themselves
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>>6650221
This but unironically.
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>>6649645
I think duels exist but the mechanisms have changed a little bit. I think they are termed paragliding accidents for active reasoning. When they concur to same behaviorism and usually starts by one party besides themselves. Let’s say you Are told to pick up money for a man with agency. So you go to pick up money at a party the person is hosting a party. However you tell them it’s needed now. And he says sorry he is busy. Come back another time. But the person diligently shows more harassment time and time again. And brings out their weapon. So you tell somebody to bring you your weapon. As they are two equal forces. There are children around. So they begin to paraglide the transactions in lead once one side sees the weapon. Duels occur but there are many philosophical debates as to who is to be blamed. Remember Christian law says there is God when there is more than one. Means the sole person who bought out his weapon under sociology is responsible because there were children around. The one who carried the weapon is a proxy for the other agent. Or philosophically an agent serving as proxy. Depends on who wants to vindicate what. Texas became famous for duel laws. And solely entered the US Union on the basis of having a duel law agency.

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Tell me about the Indus Valley Civilization.
Were they Dravidian or Iran_N?
Did they have any relation with BMAC and Elam?
What caused their downfall?
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>>6650421
They were Dravidians and I’m not Pojeet you retarded ass autistic zoomer obsessed with race blogs
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>>6650428
Ok, let's say they were. Got any source to back that up?
You seem really butthurt with all your projections, friendo.
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>>6650443
Came here to call you a fag.
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>>6650201
They must have been Iran_N men who bred native south Asian women.
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>>6650204
There were many kinds of skulls in the IVC remains. The two of the most prominent ones were Mediterraneanid + Capellid. There were some small and round Australoid skulls as well, but they were also present before the Mediterranean + Capellid incursions.

Would a victorious Nazi Germany have lasted longer than the Soviet Union?
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>>6650374
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>>6650572
Cringe...
Not all of /his/ are Amerimutts.
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>>6650414
>UK, Italy, Germs, Japs Vs USSR & US

I know who my money is on.
Although we are missing the point. The point is whether the political structure Hitler had built could stand the test of time. We definitely dont need another muh hitler could win thread.
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>>6650322
this. also, a "victorious" nazi germany would mean that there's no more threats for them left
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>>6650843
>implying they arent actually trying to subvert our board

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Who was in the wrong here?
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>>6650735
Kikero
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>>6650735
Antony refers to Crassus as Cicero’s friend in this scene.
But I thought Cicero hated Crassus?
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>>6650853
Are you thinking of Pompey? I don't recall much of a relationship between Cicero and Crassues

I’ve just read the Ancient City by Fustel de Coulanges. And it’s one of the most interesting book I have ever read. But it was written 150 years ago. So I wondered if Fustel has been proven wrong and what opinion of him modern scholars have.
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his hair is both ridiculous and fantastic, something only artists can pull off
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>>6650459
He kinda looks like one of the Monty Python guys.

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>1848
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>>6650007

The same could be said of the average jew and the average white
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>9
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>>6650014
An incompetent king is still preferable to an incompetent mob.
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>>6650007
>>6650799
Stop.
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So what's the difference between George orwell and Oswald mosley?
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>>6650841
You tell me anon.
Ever seen a photo of both of them together?
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>>6650848
No I first though they were same people then I realize that they aren't
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>>6650841
one went to spain to fight fascists, the other supported said fascists from his warm home

one wrote novels, the other unsucessfuly tried his luck in politics

one had a moustache, the other did not
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>>6650852
just wait until you learn that ernst thälmann and adolf hitler were different persons

Why did his own subjects and soldiers abandon and betray him?
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>>6650107
He was just the unluckiest monarch on earth
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>>6650798
most of the shit that happened to him he brought on himself
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>>6650826
Later during his reign yeah, like how he dealt with unrest or refused reforms. But other monarchs at the time basically got away with similar shit. Also things were pretty bad for him from the start.
>became ruler way too young because his father died
>during the celebration of his coronation thousands died due to a big accident which led to a stampede
>in fact married a wife who disliked him and only agreed to marry due to social obligations
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>>6650107
Wasn't it literally the Jews?
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>>6650851

>>became ruler way too young because his father died

He was in his late 20s.

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>haha atheists are so stupid. they believe the universe came from nothing.
>WAIT WHAT DO U MEAN YOU CAN APPLY THAT SAME LOGIC TO GOD? S-SHUT UP FEDORA
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>>6650855
Religious argument threads are pointless. Thanks for making another one


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