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  1. the *** meat was mainly to supplement the menu of...

    the *** meat was mainly to supplement the menu of the legions
    along with the grains and vegetables grown on the loam plains near Tongeren
    and indeed, it is told that geese or ducks were walked...
  2. it's what I told earlier on in this thread the...

    it's what I told earlier on in this thread
    the conquest of Gaul was not to the benefit of Rome, except that it created a boarder along the Rhine river
    and it was foolish for Tiberius and Germanicus...
  3. the Germanic invaders were illiterate nomadic...

    the Germanic invaders were illiterate nomadic warriors chasing each other
    it doesn't mean they were stupid
    or at least, it were only the smarter ones that could survive

    it is said that the...
  4. it depends how you define the Renaissance if you...

    it depends how you define the Renaissance
    if you define the Renaissance as a cultural phenomenon, yes it was about the ancient world, it inspired Michelangelo as an artist
    the Renaissance in a...
  5. or how Russia defeated and anihilated the army of...

    or how Russia defeated and anihilated the army of Napoleon on it's retreat
  6. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_Bronze_Age ...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_Bronze_Age

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/Nordic_Bronze_Age.png

    pré-Germanic : c. 1700–500 BC.


    circa 1700 BCE – circa 500 BCE
  7. I guess it was this attitude that allowed...

    I guess it was this attitude that allowed Germanic tribes, who were much more pragmatic in warfare, to move further south.
    In the end the Celts were crushed between the Germanic tribes moving south...
  8. supply lines for Bronze to the Nordic Bronze Age

    Scandinavia didn't have proper copper nor tin ores.
    They had to get their bronze through trade.

    Shifting networks and mixing metals: Changing metal trade routes to Scandinavia correlate with...
  9. weren't the Celts fighting in disarray, rather...

    weren't the Celts fighting in disarray, rather for personnal glory than for communal victory?

    in the Battle of the Sabis, de Bello Gallico describes the Nervii as charging at full speed towards...
  10. there is not much or no archeological evidence...

    there is not much or no archeological evidence
    the locations of the battle fields are subject to speculaton
    de bello gallico is a story the common people back in Italia want to hear, but these...
  11. Thank you for the nice story Maciamo. I visited...

    Thank you for the nice story Maciamo.
    I visited the Citadel of Namur once. When you admire the view, it's impressive, you immeadiately realise it must have been an interesting stronghold for...
  12. that is correct if you go back in history every...

    that is correct
    if you go back in history every one can find a reason to vilify the rest of the world

    and I don't ignore the acomplishments of the Roman Empire, just showing the other side
    I...
  13. that is something we'll never know

    that is something we'll never know
  14. yes, that's correct just putting it in another...

    yes, that's correct
    just putting it in another perspective
    you can look at it from different angles
  15. Belgian history starts with Julius Caesar. He was...

    Belgian history starts with Julius Caesar. He was a very ambitious man but also a mass murderer.
    I don't know how much is true of what he had written in De bello Gallico, but he was boasting how...
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    I agree, there is a majority on both sides who...

    I agree, there is a majority on both sides who don't want peace.
    Therefore I'm labeled pro-Palestinian and ant-Semitic in here.

    And they are so liberal.

    blablabla
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marija_Gimbutas ...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marija_Gimbutas

    she was a highly respected Lithuanian archeologist, nobody questioned her

    she praised 'old Europe' (neolithic Balkan) as peaceful, egalitarian and...
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    That is almost like Maria Gimbutas her...

    That is almost like Maria Gimbutas her interpretation.
    Till they discovered the inequality in the Varna cemetery.
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    I see, you're very swift in making your...

    I see, you're very swift in making your conclusions, but they don't make sense.
    You're twisting other peoples words and your own.
    I have no intention to discuss any further with you.
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    Belgium has 7 governments. They have the largest...

    Belgium has 7 governments.
    They have the largest number of ministers and officials per capita in the world.
    Instead of making governance more efficient it makes it more complicated.
    And still...
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    somebody started to accuse somebody else of being...

    somebody started to accuse somebody else of being anti-Semitic

    this whole thread is derailing again

    some have very large toes in here
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    he was criticising Trump and Israel, not the Jews...

    he was criticising Trump and Israel, not the Jews
    it's obvious you can't see the difference
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    do you think criticism on Israel is anti-Semitic?...

    do you think criticism on Israel is anti-Semitic?
    being pro-Palestine is not blaming the Jews for everything
    by the way I'm neither pro-Palestine nor pro-Israel
    it's not black and white
  24. I don't see the point. There is nothing...

    I don't see the point.
    There is nothing scientific about it.
    We could as well start a thread discussing whether the earth is flat.
  25. check obsidian trade route obsidian from...

    check obsidian trade route
    obsidian from Capadocia was traded in the southern levant by 16 ka
    probably G2a2 L1259 arrived in Capadocia and started mining obsidian there...
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