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Genghis Khan & The Battle of Ain Jalut
February 16, 2009 · 9 Comments

Reading history never gets boring. Why make it up if one can read up on the real stuff? (There are exceptions to this, but in general I would argue that this is true). Consider the battle of Ain Jalut. The year is 1260AD. The place is in modern Israel. The combatants were the Mamluks and […]

A Tale of Two Rulers
October 22, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

This is a story of two powerful rulers. They stand apart from most other rulers because of their achievements; they differ from each other for many reasons. One ruler was much respected, the other was feared. Archaeologists know of the whereabouts of one ruler’s tomb, although they have not excavated it. The location of the other ruler’s […]



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