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    https://www.google.com/books/edition/World_History...

    https://www.google.com/books/edition/World_History_Volume_I_To_1800/Vc_0CAAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=Did+Muslims+preserve+and+pass+on+ancient+Greek+writings&pg=PT236&printsec=frontcover
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    No one could admire the work of Christian monks...

    No one could admire the work of Christian monks and scholars of the Middle Ages more than I do, or be more upset about the constant assault on Eastern Christianity in the Middle East. It's a disgrace...
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    Very well argued. It won't do any good, though.

    Very well argued. It won't do any good, though.
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    ^^Read the freaking article......

    ^^Read the freaking article...
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_world_contributions_to_Medieval_Europe

    There are also entire books on it. For goodness sakes' where do you people get your...
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    The Islamic culture of the period revered...

    The Islamic culture of the period revered scholarship; they valued and not only saved but translated the treatises of the Greeks and Romans, without which they would have been lost. They also...
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    Deird has clearly never read actual history books...

    Deird has clearly never read actual history books in his entire life.

    Maybe wikipedia will be less taxing:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_world_contributions_to_Medieval_Europe



    As...
  7. Piazza Navona

    https://www.italyguides.it/images/gridfolio/rome/navona/navona-square.010.jpg
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    Since I just posted a picture of the Pantheon on...

    Since I just posted a picture of the Pantheon on another thread...


    Dean Martin...On an evening in Roma...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XOFhDnJ94g


    Luciano Pavarotti: Chitarra Romana
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    A common version:...

    A common version:
    https://www.scattidigusto.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Lasagna-bolognese.jpg

    I prefer a bit more tomato in my ragu and more besciamella so it's creamier.
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  10. I'm also particularly fond of Santa Maria della...

    I'm also particularly fond of Santa Maria della Consolazione outside Todi:
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1f/Santa_Maria_della_Consolazione_%28Todi%2C_Umbria%2 ...
  11. In my opinion, no more beautiful piece of...

    In my opinion, no more beautiful piece of architecture has ever been created than Marcus Agrippa's Pantheon, and especially the feeling you get when you're in the interior. Whenever I go to Rome I...
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    Just speaking to some real estate brokers and...

    Just speaking to some real estate brokers and inspectors yesterday. June was the busiest real estate month for them in the last twenty years. Buyers are bidding for houses, and the houses are all...
  13. Severe genetic bottleneck in Asian HGs after invention of agriculture

    See:
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.06.25.170308v1
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    The fall of the western Roman Empire

    Podcast with Peter Heather, scholar and author of books on the late Roman period.
    https://play.acast.com/s/the-ancients/thefallofthewesternromanempire
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    First of all,lasagne as traditionally made in...

    First of all,lasagne as traditionally made in Italy didn't contain any tomato product. Even today, the most traditional version of lasagne, that made in Bologna, uses besciamella as the sauce with a...
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    It really doesn't matter how often you present...

    It really doesn't matter how often you present it; if I've learned one thing it's that people believe what they want to believe. Even if they find what should amount to definite proof, there will be...
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    Actually, that data is a bit outdated, and so it...

    Actually, that data is a bit outdated, and so it is incorrect in terms of some sub-regions of Italy.

    The highest frequency of R1b is found in Garfagnana (76.2%) in Tuscany and in the Bergamo...
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    Well, in terms of uniparentals it would indeed...

    Well, in terms of uniparentals it would indeed seem so. Maternally, my mtDna is U2e2a, and my father carried R1b U-152, so it's a double hit. :)
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    I carry the mtDna U2e2a which they found in the...

    I carry the mtDna U2e2a which they found in the ancient sample, with one additional mutation. My closet match is in Switzerland. Looking at the graphic where they show the ancient and modern samples,...
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    https://i.imgur.com/jWUUyvh.png ...

    https://i.imgur.com/jWUUyvh.png

    https://i.imgur.com/sHy7QND.png
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    I think this is the guts of it, yes? "A wide...

    I think this is the guts of it, yes?

    "A wide range of haplotypes, mostly belonging to western Eurasian haplogroups (97%), testify for the high mtDNA diversity in Umbria. The incidence of these...
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    Well, I'm constantly getting colds, so I guess...

    Well, I'm constantly getting colds, so I guess that's now a good sign?
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    Men have been known to hire musicians, or at...

    Men have been known to hire musicians, or at least have their friends come with them. Not quite the same, though.

    Keanu Reeves learning how to do a serenade Mexican style, with Anthony Quinn...
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    Genetics and Traits-Correlation

    https://i.imgur.com/nYuZR6f.png
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    Covid cases by province in Europe. It's...

    Covid cases by province in Europe. It's interactive....
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