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Since I have plenty of free time these days, I've been studying a bit of Latin and I couldn't find any of these online I decided to make a map of Europe (and surrounding countries) fully in Latin. And since it would be a waste to not share it, I'm posting it here
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>>9250383
>Using slavic names for Kosovo, Serbia, etc.
>Using an archaic "Y" for Tirana, without reason
It can be improved anon, I didn't even bother checking the rest.
>Serdica instead of Sofia but "Belogradum" instead of Singudunum
Yep, it's trash.
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>>9250589
>>9250609
Again, in some cases the classical vs. modern names conflicted and I wasn't sure which one to use.
And to be perfectly honest I'm not that well educated in Latin just yet. This was more of a thing I did as a pasttime, but I intend to do a more detailed, better designed and better researched version in the future
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>>9250645
Keet it up OP, its pretty great for a first time
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>>9250383
>"Latin" map
>all the modern nation state names are just stolen from English with the end changed to -ia
the absolute state of Latin
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>>9250967
Thank you!

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Was Alexander the Great from Greece or Macedonia?
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He was a Moorish Black Nordic
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>>9250937
He was from Makedonia, which means he's Greek
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>>9250937
He was German.
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>>9250950
/thread/
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>>9250937
From Macedonia , but gay as a real Greek

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Where should a brainlet like me begin with bros? I wish to stop being so uninformed
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>>9246468
Ludwig von mises socialism
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>>9248207
This is a Marxism thread, not a National Socialism thread.
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>>9248971
Why are leftrannies trying to project our slurs?
Are leftoid subhumans incapable of original thought?
Oh right, you can't,because the left can't meme, that's why they need use slurs made by the right like "tranny, incel, (whatever)oid, etc"
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>>9246618
He only made one
I mean it was a pretty important one but still
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>>9246468
start with “the jewish nigger lassalle,...”

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Agrarian societies beauty standards or siberian nomads beauty standards
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>>9250826
comfy chubb
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>>9250826
I date girls like right but I expect her to grow like left after marriage
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>>9250826
Both for the civilized monster BVLL
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>pork thicc woman and make her pregnant
>she gets fat as shit

>pork thin woman and make her pregnant
>she gets thicc

Easy choice lads
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>>9250826
Left is my wife, right is my whore.

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Was he right?
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>>9247784
always
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On Wednesdays and Saturdays. The other days it was up in the air.
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tl;dr
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>>9249697
He was right....wing!
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He wasn’t unique in his hatred of Jews and his racial views. People forget that. He was too extreme I guess, but given the situation I understand it. The same way I get tankies mounting corpse after corpse.
That said I don’t know why people engage Holocaust denial/revisionism. Everytime I read an article about some -Stein ending surname saying the replacement of local Europeans is desirable I care less and less about their sufferings. Just a few days ago the fat like Rogen says he won’t hire any white people anymore or something like that.

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Why did he used such a shitty fake name to try to escape?
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>>9250856
Didn’t know hyperborians looked so asiatic
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>The officials noticed that Himmler's identity papers bore a stamp which British military intelligence had seen being used by fleeing members of the SS.[198]
>The duty officer, Captain Thomas Selvester, began a routine interrogation. Himmler admitted who he was, and Selvester had the prisoner searched.
Just straight up dispenses with his cover identity under light interrogation almost immediately and then just kills himself
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>>9250839
och nein, zey will find me if i use mein real name
i know, i will make a passport for 'schmeinrich schmimmler'!
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>On 25 January 1945, despite Himmler's lack of military experience, Hitler appointed him as commander of the hastily formed Army Group Vistula (Heeresgruppe Weichsel) to halt the Soviet Red Army's Vistula–Oder Offensive into Pomerania.[173] Himmler established his command centre at Schneidemühl, using his special train, Sonderzug Steiermark, as his headquarters.
>The train had only one telephone line, inadequate maps, and no signal detachment or radios with which to establish communication and relay military orders.
>Himmler seldom left the train, only worked about four hours per day, and insisted on a daily massage before commencing work and a lengthy nap after lunch
This man thought he was Ubermensch
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>>9250948
>>Himmler seldom left the train, only worked about four hours per day, and insisted on a daily massage before commencing work and a lengthy nap after lunch

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Why did Germania manage to resist Rome forever while places like Gaul, Spain and even Britain could not?
Not only that, they would get cheeky enough to constantly invade and raid the roman empire.
What made this place so different from the rest?
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>>9248382
Britain did eventually become a reasonably reliable province in terms of taxes. The island didn't generate that much taxes, but it was a reliable flow non the less
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>>9248453
>If you listen to actual Roman primary sources they bitched A LOT about the place, saying it was worthless and Rome should just leave.
Examples of sources? I want to read people complaining about shithole provinces.
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>>9248255
Rome conquered barely half of Britain, their 350-year dominion there barely Romanised the locals whatsoever, and it was one of the most heavily-garrisoned regions of the Empire because the locals were so prone to rebelling and causing mayhem
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>>9248255
Because the Romans were sissies who were unable to handle the wild nature of Northern/Central Europe. They were only equipped to fight "civilized" arabs in Mediterranean climates, who were even weaker than them.
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>>9248255
R1bitches vs I1nvictus.

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What are some must-read history books, /his?
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>>9248914
I was gonna talk about that one (the author is named Sylvain though). It was also surprising to learn how much the byzantine teaching curriculum was reliant on the knowledge of the ancients, especially because of the "Dark Ages" myth.
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>>9250232
Even though the author is biased. That doesn’t mean everything he said in the book is wrong.
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Muh Strawman of the Andalusian Paradise
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>>9250960
It’s not a straw man. The book is refuting Andalusian romanticism.

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Who muslims loved harems so much ?
Arabs, berbers, turks
Are muslims the biggest coombrains ?
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>>9247128
how does a suicide bomber wake up in the hospital?
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>despite the image being made off mk girl ninjas the filename is Named Mileena

Holy based
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>>9246085
he was half nigger, here's a more accurate picture of him.
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>>9248523
In a perfect world, we would have something that you could give to women to induce a lesbian frenzy in them. But as it is, one has to pick the women very carefully if he wants to get what you desire.
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>>9246020
For me, it's the Chinese Emperor Liu Chang

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Was America ever great?
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>>9250879
We did our best.

Pretty good considering what we started with desu.
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>>9250823
It has been perpetually great since 1776 and never faltered for even a moment
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>>9250879
If you look at the people who formed America’s political system, I’m pretty sure that many of them had a chance to create a system that would give them more personal power, yet they still ended up creating a system that was amazingly democratic for its time. Now, I’m not going to pretend that they were perfect saints or anything, they certainly had their own blind spots, but I still give them credit for almost certainly having very good and pure intentions.
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>>9250879
It really was about enlightenment and Christian virtues
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>>9250823
Yes.
In the grand scale of history, the USA still is spectacularly great. We literally complain about people consuming too much food, as opposed to starving. Our shortcomings are not being as good as other first world countries, not war or chaos which other polities in the past experienced.

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Were we the baddies?
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>>9250684
That I'm not sure of, you could be right there but the technicalities of the KMT allied with the CCP is a slippery slope
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>>9250616
Yes I'm sure that's why Japan started a massive war against all of China. To stop those pesky commies huddled in the mountains.
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>>9248880
Based yanks
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>>9249149
Still technically celebrating the atom bomb
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>>9250703
based America

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Why is Hitler so universally condemned when he didn't do anything that hadn't already been done by his adversaries?
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>>9243468
He gassed the kikes, which is the most abominable crime ever and unprecedented in history
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>>9243468
>m8
>defending germans

Yeah post your chin you prussian wannabe faggot
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>>9243468
I totally forgot about the English built deathcamps from Scotland to Timbuktu killing all non anglos. Literally the same thing
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>>9250907
This is what the irish would have you believe.
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Because hitler killed mostly white people and ruined europe for no reason.

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A legitimate academic journal actually published an article about the /AskHistorian jannies.

> "I run the world's largest historical outreach project and it's on a cesspool of a website." Moderating a Public Scholarship Site on Reddit: A Case Study of r/AskHistorians

Online communities provide important functions in their participants' lives, from providing spaces to discuss topics of interest to supporting the development of close, personal relationships. Volunteer moderators play key roles in maintaining these spaces, such as creating and enforcing rules and modeling normative behavior. While these users play important governance roles in online spaces, less is known about how the work they do is impacted by platform design and culture. r/AskHistorians, a Reddit-based question and answer forum dedicated to providing users with academic-level answers to questions about history, provides an interesting case study on the impact of design and culture because of its unique rules and their strict enforcement by moderators. In this article I use interviews with r/AskHistorians moderators and community members, observation, and the full comment log of a highly upvoted thread to describe the impact of Reddit's design and culture on moderation work. Results show that visible moderation work that is often interpreted as censorship, and the default masculine whiteness of Reddit create challenges for moderators who use the subreddit as a public history site. Nonetheless, r/AskHistorians moderators have carved a space on Reddit where, through their public scholarship work, the community serves as a model for combating misinformation by building trust in academic processes.

https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3392822
https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/comments/i7sfwx/they_were_notorious_of_moderators_of_reddit/
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>>9242345
10 minute pophis youtube videos are a better learning tool than either of these shitholes
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>>9248696
Comments get deleted because redditors are retarded and will post either baseless speculation or retarded jokes. And those comments would drown out the actual answers.
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>>9243318
>>9249684
>Europeans paying thugs who have nothing to lose to rob their country of millennium old artifacts just so they can have their mummy parties (Google it)
Nah, the mods were absolutely right here. I can tell from your strawman that you're a dishonest prick, just because they weren't raided in an "Indiana-Jones-esque expedition" (which did happen btw, that's how Egyptology started with Napoleon's conquest) doesn't mean they weren't pillaged.
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>>9250810
>redditors are retarded and will post either baseless speculation or retarded jokes
This applies to /his/ as well. Look at how many threads end up like this where OP asks a straightforward question.
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>>9250903
in 9/10 cases it's because the OP asks a retarded question that can be answered with a single google search

>Sorghaghtani Beki was a Keraite princess and daughter-in-law of Genghis Khan. Married to Tolui, Genghis' youngest son, Sorghaghtani Beki became one of the most powerful and competent people in the Mongol Empire. She made policy decisions at a pivotal moment that led to the transition of the Mongol Empire towards a more cosmopolitan and sophisticated style of administration. She raised her sons to be leaders, and maneuvered the family politics so that all four of her sons, Möngke Khan, Hulagu Khan, Ariq Böke, and Kublai Khan, went on to inherit the legacy of their grandfather.

>Given her enormous impact at such a critical point of the mighty Mongol Empire, she is likely one of the most influential and powerful women in history.[1] Sorghaghtani Beki was a Christian, specifically a member of the Church of the East (often referred to as "Nestorian Christianity"). As a moving spirit behind the Mongol Empire, Sorghaghtani is responsible for much of the trade openings and intellectual exchange of the largest contiguous empire in world history.[2]
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>She is spoken of very highly both in the Secret History, as well as by Muslim, Chinese and Christian historians.

>If I were to see among the race of women another woman like this, I should say that the race of women was far superior to that of men.
—Syriac scholar Bar Hebraeus (1226–1286)[2][4]

>Extremely intelligent and able...the most intelligent woman in the world. There is no doubt that it was through her intelligence and ability that she raised the station of her sons above that of their cousins and caused them to attain to the rank of qa'ans and emperors.
—Persian historian and Ilkhanid Grand Vizier Rashid-al-Din Hamadani[13]

>Now in the management and education of all her sons, in the administration of affairs of state, in the maintenance of dignity and prestige and in the execution of business, [Sorghaghtani] Beki, by the nicety of her judgment and discrimination, constructed such a basis and for the strengthening of these edifices laid such a foundation that no turban-wearer would have been capable of the like or could have dealt with these matters with the like brilliance. In any business which [Ogedei] Qa'an undertook, whether with regard to the weal of the Empire or the disposal of the army, he used first to consult and confer with her and would suffer no change or alteration of whatever she recommended... For the report of her wisdom and prudence and the fame of her counsel and sagacity had spread to all parts, and none would gainsay her word. Furthermore, in the management of her household and in the ceremonial of her court she laid for kinsmen and stranger such a foundation as the khans of the world had not been capable of."
—Persian Historian Ata-Malik Juvayni [14]
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>>9250164
Nobody cares about your gookshit

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daily reminder that geology and geophysics discovered the anthracite, bituminous, and
sub-bituminous coal mining shafts and ancient exploration snow fence post holes of
salisbury plain in wiltshire county; not archaeologists, historians, or antiquarians.
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Geologists are based
>t. geologist
btfoing arnchair academics and their established historical narratives with FACTS and LOGIC
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>>9250226
Point is apologize
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>>9250787
apologize for what
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>>9250289
>historians, educated in history, say "yeah they just did these things with simple early bronze age tools by using absurd amounts of manpower"
>various engineers, architects and builders who are trained in those things say it's impossible for people to make surfaces that flat or angles that true by hand in any kind of reasonable timeframe, let alone do it to massive stone blocks that require teams of people just to budge them.
>lol take your meds schizos what do you think it was ALIENS???
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>>9250157
I don't know what any of this means


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