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1d3c9d No.12372[Reply]

""We want to eventually have a resources sticky with links and suggestions of good books, podcasts, etc""

And yet here we are in the year 2015 without such a thing. Let's change this, /his/torians: post up your resources and books you've found invaluable in your quest for knowledge.

And don't be a dick about it: don't just link something random. Try and give a very brief review of it, indicate why it's good and who its target audience would be. Introductory stuff is always going to be welcome, but sometimes it can be hard to find where to go next, so help your brothers out.
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8bd1b7 No.40965

That's all great. But how do I know where to start? I mean, I understand that one would rather gain an in-depth knowledge of one particular period, but I'd love some kind of digest/choronology of best works to read about a particular period, at least when to comes to the West.

You know, like the charts they have for philosophy. Is there such a thing yet? I don't feel like reading lots of different stuff about disconnected events, otherwise I fear I might lose the bigger picture.




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93858d No.33850[Reply]

RULES 2016 EDITION

1. Obey global rules

2. Keep things related to history and its study.

2a. History, for the purposes of this board, covers pre-History and all events up to the fall of the Soviet Union. Further than that and it's considered political discussion or discussion of modern events- take it to /pol/ or /b/.

3. If lewd images must be posted, do so on spoilers. Consider if it wouldn't be better posted elsewhere.

3-a. If you're in doubt whether it's lewd enough to spoiler, err on the side of caution and do it.

GUIDELINES- not quite rules, but good to follow for good posting

1. Check the catalog before posting to see if a thread may already be available for your discussion.

1a. Avoid making threads expecting people to just do your homework for you. Show some work yourself in starting the discussion instead of just "guys what was the main reason for the fall of Sebastianism in the 19th century"

2. Be prepared to present good sources for anything you claim, especially if you come here to posit opinions you know are controversial.

3. This being 8ch, we don't want to limit what you can post about. That said, we'd like posts to be of a good quality level, and related to history. If your post contains nothing more than >IMPLYING NIGGERS HAD A CULTURE, consider if you aren't better off in /pol/.

4. If you have any problem with the moderation here, or suggestions, please post them here instead of making a thread for it (not really historical-related) or making one in whatever board about 8ch discussion is being used nowadays (I don't even know!)

In other words, don't be a dumbass. This board works fine with a semi-absent BO and a bunch of mods who delete CP bots. Don't ruin it.

(want to post banners, do so here too)

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04d6e8 No.40864

File: 9f6b3ed84480427⋯.png (7.17 KB, 126x126, 1:1, johnny.png)

Hey /his/, long-time lurker and BO of /games/ here to shill my board. >>>/games/

Shit as /v/ may be, this board isn't simply just a /v/ alternative, it's a place for discussion of tabletop games as well. So come on over and we can have a historical game thread going too.




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9c901f No.6981[Reply]

We've got customizable flags
Post here what flags you want me to upload.
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9c901f No.40719

I don't even remember drunkenly and sometimes also not drunkenly making flags as well as an ass of myself.

I am not even good at my own /his/tory :DDD




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bfda4f No.41165[Reply]

Evaluate the following statements:

a) Until the 18th century, China had the richest culture of the world

b) Until the 18th century, China made the most accomplishments in terms of science and technology

c) Until the 18th century, China had the longest and most formidable history of all nations/societies

d) Until the 18th century, China was the protagonist of mankind, the pinnacle of human civilization

This is not homework in anyway, it's just that I often have arguments with friends about China vs Europe. They claim that Europe has given the world more and better culture, achievements and societies, but I think that was China. Yes, there are endless civil wars, famines, and foreign conflicts China lost, but I think China has always been the most culturally prosperous and advanced nation/society/etc, until the 18th century. Since then, China has been looted and dominated by barbarians (Europeans). But just as barbarians invaded and looted Rome, it doesn't mean barbarians are better than China. In recent decades, China has been growing very rapidly and the west has been declining, so I believe it will soon return to its rightful place as humanity's shining beacon, ahead of everyone else.

Please educate me and share your opinions upon China and this matter as a whole.

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9d42b6 No.41418

>>41417

Although that guy was autistic and unecessary, you too don't have a point, as the Indo-European languages spread by the Indo-Europeans was done by people moving themselves, while the new world scenario was cultural transmission only.

They're different things, not comparable.


45f1e0 No.41419

>>41417

it seems to be the case for europe for how is the nature of tribal warfare along whit the mass-migrations.


585125 No.41421

>>41417

No, it's not. If you exterminated the people who spoke Indo-European languages before they had a chance to migrate. Then there would be no Indo-European languages; ergo, they are related genetically. You can apply this to any language family.


4037af No.41423

>>41418

>>41419

>>41421

Well depends on case – but I have provided evidence that point 5.5 cannot be assumed a priori.


585125 No.41424

>>41423

No, you haven't presented a case. You presented an article. I'm not arguing with an article.

> but I have provided evidence that point 5.5 cannot be assumed a priori.

But, yes, it can. Exceptions exist and should always be investigated, but on average, 5.5 can be the default assumption.




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fd3d50 No.41410[Reply]

>Egypt

>Northwest Africa

How come?

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6c2545 No.41412

>>41411

also you can see this autist replying in the same thread whit different IDs, obviosly he is just vandalizing at this point, just like a nigger


27723e No.41413

>>41412

Which IDs in which thread?


4dc20f No.41416

>>41410

>NW Africa

>important


6c2545 No.41420

>>41413

the China thread mostly and also the we wuz kangz thread


fd3d50 No.41422

>>41416

>The Moors weren't important.




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dc3543 No.40723[Reply]

Stumbled on this article:

http://archive.is/uwSPC

>authors behind the myth of Irish slavery sought "to belittle the suffering visited on black slaves"

Sure sounds like somebody is butthurt those dirty dang Irish might intrude into the sacred victim space occupied by naggers. But who's right? Booke like White Cargo and They were white and they we're slaves or the article?

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85dd4d No.41404

>>41402

Uh you do know how Roman citizenship worked? Before Caracalla, but that was in 212 AD…


465b50 No.41405

>>40723

>>40757

>>literally just using weasel words like "indentured servants"

The Black people picking cotton were just 'indentured farmers'.


85dd4d No.41406

>>41401

Besides

>In the north of Rome, it was much less.

Let me remind you that Po river plain was Gallic in Republican period. They called it Gallia Cisalpina. Not even Italics, in other words, actual white Europeans.


d565c8 No.41407

>>41404

Yes, but he specifically mentioned the patrician "class" of Rome. I'm refuting that.


68b9db No.41408

>>40757

Also completely ignores that a large percentage of those "indentured servants" weren't criminals or people who willingly agreed, but children who were kidnapped off the streets or taken from orphanages against their will. It's actually where the term "kidnap" originated.

>1680s, compound of kid (n.) "child" and nap "snatch away," variant of nab; originally "steal children to provide servants and laborers in the American colonies."

>>40821

In many cases they were actually treated worse since African slaves were extremely expensive and considered a status symbol, whilst "indentured servants" were a dime a dozen so they were often forced to work far more dangerous jobs.




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9c90a8 No.40596[Reply]

>the Spartans were gay

When will this meme die?

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9c90a8 No.40735

>>40682

>>40670

Maybe this guy's right about many things, but this Linear B thing was the main fuckup.


9c90a8 No.40771

It literally says in the constitutions of Sparta that faggotry wasn't allowed.


9c90a8 No.40773

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65914f No.41391

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File: ceacb983a66d515⋯.png (198.24 KB, 1535x813, 1535:813, Nigger Fags.png)

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>>40773

Jamal BTFO.


b5614c No.41409

>>41391

>cherry pciking

what does this have to do whit sparta and why do you bother whit such an old thread=




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75902f No.40808[Reply]

http://boards.4chan.org/his/thread/2722587

desuarchive.org/his/thread/2722587

>We Wuz Da Reel North Africans N Shieet

I knew American Niggers went We Wuz but the actual foreign Niggers too?

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7d9bfa No.41025

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File: 01b718f0093cbb2⋯.png (6.7 KB, 773x138, 773:138, wewewewewew.PNG)

>>41024

*I mean, in greater deal. I know what it is, but how can they call themselves "infamous"? Who would consider them infamous?


b8f065 No.41030

>>41024

antithesis of chans - biggest cucks, furries and crybabies on earth condensed into a forum


706738 No.41073

>>41030

So it's basically like another chan site?


bd3917 No.41078

>>40808

>I knew American Niggers went We Wuz but the actual foreign Niggers too?

well there's a country named Benin that's named after an old kangdom

but here's the thing, the old kangdom named Benin wasn't even there, and the actual kangs of Benin (they use the term "Oba" btw) still hold ceremonial role among the Edo community in Nigeria

similar thing happened with Ghana, there was a historical Ghana "Empire" (but fact is, Ghana was the kang's title; the state was called Wagadu) but again not where Ghana is now


aa1ead No.41379

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81bf76 No.40671[Reply]

The expense of natural of purple dye is well known. What were common dyes considered within reach of common people? No specific era in mind beyond pre-industrial revolution, though information on stuff from Asian countries is particularly desired.

I know the Alizarin/Madder dye used for British "Redcoats" was a relatively inexpensive dye from a common plant. What else?

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81bf76 No.40688

>>40671

Dyer's weed for yellow, woad for blues, stinging nettle gives you green for example.

Pretty much anything extracted from plants growable in the local climate, as opposed to being extracted from animals (like lice) or relatively rare minerals (lapis).


81bf76 No.40689

>>40676

We wuz Berbers n sheeit


81bf76 No.40691

Is henna used for textile as well, or was it only a hair and body paint dye?


81bf76 No.40692

>>40691

IIRC Henna has also been used to dye cloth and leather, although it chiefly was used to imprint ornamental objects on the surface of either materials, rather than as a full-fledged dye.


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7bfe0b No.41336[Reply]

Why does he get so much hate?

297184 No.41341

>>41336

Because he fucked up?


7bfe0b No.41343

>>41341

Great, good to know this board belongs where it was—the grave.


1866c3 No.41369

>>41336

Because of the Eternal Anglokike.


cf4d98 No.41373

>>41343

I think it's more complicated than "he lost the war," but this is the primary reason. The tremendous loss he suffered led directly to another world war with tremendous losses. I don't know why you're mad that this is the case. You didn't ask "was this hate justified?", you asked "why does he get so much hate?".




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556e1b No.41353[Reply]

i'm making a historical vidya and i'm a bit of a stump

so far i've been using nato symbols for infantry/artillery/cavalry

now what do i do if i want other units?

heavy infantry is just the infantry icon but with thicker lines

what about a phalanx, cavalry archers, slingers, skirmishers, etc?

there might not be any symbols for them, so if anyone has suggestions

1df0f0 No.41354

>>41353

Create your own symbols.


556e1b No.41355

File: 8d9e0b5fd97f300⋯.png (2.1 KB, 111x33, 37:11, horseartillery.png)

>>41354

>there might not be any symbols for them, so if anyone has suggestions

i did find horse artillery though, i guess that counts as cavalry archers


76147e No.41356

File: e5b128b01f5e780⋯.png (26.32 KB, 739x561, 739:561, Battle_of_Gaugamela,_331_B….png)

Create your own symbols.


76147e No.41357

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df70f5 No.41349[Reply]

I am wondering who would a (medieval) king have as his number one guy? The guy he turns to, to do things? To carry his shit, to take notes, to organise feasts that kind of thing?

Have a pic of sexy Jenny in return for this information.

0b1546 No.41350

>>41349

I have your answer, but I'll not answer you because of Jenny.


df70f5 No.41351

>>41350

Oh I see you must be a fan of Shitbag.

Fuck off retard Jenny is the Queen.


f5975e No.41352

This is actually a very interesting question, with an answer that spans many different cultures and large time period involving numerous fascinating cultural developments rising from increasing centralization and burgeoning economy.

I unfortunately don't have the knowledge to give such an answer.


58a0ef No.41358

>>41349

play ck2 and you'll learn


2026a8 No.41361

Keep this shitty forced meme on /tv/




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885366 No.41327[Reply]

http://eurogenes.blogspot.com/2017/09/ancient-genomes-from-neolithic-north.html

>We show that Early Neolithic Moroccans are distinct from any other reported ancient individuals and possess an endemic element retained in present-day Maghrebi populations, indicating long-term genetic continuity in the region. Among ancient populations, early Neolithic Moroccans share affinities with Levantine Natufian hunter-gatherers (~9,000 BCE) and Pre-Pottery Neolithic farmers (~6,500 BCE). Late Neolithic (~3,000 BCE) Moroccan remains, in comparison, share an Iberian component of a prominent European-wide demic expansion, supporting theories of trans-Gibraltar gene flow. Finally, the Andalusian Early Neolithic samples share the same genetic composition as the Cardial Mediterranean Neolithic culture that reached Iberia ~5,500 BCE. The cultural and genetic similarities of the Iberian Neolithic cultures with that of North African Neolithic sites further reinforce the model of an Iberian intrusion into the Maghreb.

How will Shaniaqua and his enablers ever recover?

20381a No.41329

But nubian black gods ruled Egypt forever and built space pyramids.


885366 No.41330

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>>41329

Can't hear you over how non-Nigger Ancient to Medieval North Africa was.


2ec0d1 No.41335

>>41330

We all know this is misinfo created by the followers of Yakub to rewrite history in favor of the albinoids.


885366 No.41348

SHIEEETTTT




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7f54d0 No.41261[Reply]

I need sources on what happened, not only during but the decades before. I already read a lot on it but the following matters mentioned I still have my doubts.

I'm interested in what happened during the Moscow State Conference, how it went and what was discussed, direct sources like diaries about it will be great

Description of the White Army side of the war, how they organized and if they were fractured in many particular sides fighting each other before the conference.

How the period of the revolution affected the private life of Russians and people living under Imperial rule. Descriptions.

And finally on the assassination of Alexander II: Why? How it was funded and planed?

Straight and simple: no propaganda/heavily biased(exception for direct sources)

ee39c9 No.41295

File: 2eebadc9c358a42⋯.pdf (1.45 MB, scribd-download.com_surviv….pdf)

Here is a good overview of what happened centuries before the Bolshevist revolution and especially during the time period of around the October Revolution. I have nothing on the White Army or everyday life of the Russian back then.


c9b294 No.41309

>>41295

Thanks, about day-to-day life I was searching for books like "Private Life of X" which try to inquire the life of people in a certain place during a period so I can get into their sources and get a glimpse of what was the life in during that time


db3e95 No.41311

>>41261

>Straight and simple: no propaganda/heavily biased(exception for direct sources)

Kinda hard. Why don't you watch the biased ones and then filter the info?

This here is a 10-part mega documentary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcH00ZC3Df0

This here is about it too, more "professional"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIuW-vNQsQI


ab4e26 No.41342

>>41311

I have the filter but now I just need more sources other than the Soviet Government and it's rats writing fairy tales. I already searched a lot on biased sources but I just got to the point where I don't have the same patience for biased sources and to read all their romantic fantasy of how "X is evil and usual bandwagon fallacy". I would like to read them but for now I'm not going to "enjoy it" that much.

Thanks for the archives!




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6f25b4 No.40787[Reply]

is larping /his/?

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9bb36b No.41156

>>41155

cesspits only became popular when someone found out they can use the waste in production of gunpowder, btw.


78689b No.41169

File: a0ae4e18becbc19⋯.mp4 (1.97 MB, 400x224, 25:14, Northwest FEncing Academy ….mp4)

File: 695609ba085a31e⋯.png (223.36 KB, 750x422, 375:211, tai-chi-beatdown.png)

if hema is larping, is asian martial arts rarpingu?


c8d9ae No.41170

>>41169

no

it's rarupingu


8d8077 No.41238

>>40792

Serious reenactment is not LARPing. Renaissance fairs are. The two are not the same


a499f7 No.41337

>>41238

>implying




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