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Cousins in Arms

Jo Vince, 551929, 1st/16th battalion London regiment (Queens Westminster rifles)
Charles Henry Vince, S4/128216, Army Service Corps

We cannot know the way their bodies fell, 273 more words

The Great War

The time of the Sykes-Picot borders is over. As we “celebrate” the centennial anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War (WW1) it is clear that the Franco-British dissection of the Ottoman Empire’s southeastern marches has run its course. 581 more words

Genotyping of yeast suggests a Mesopotamia-based origin of most wine strains (article)

Jean-Luc Legras et al., “Bread, Beer and Wine: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Diversity Reflects Human History,” Molecular Ecology 16, no. 10 (2007): 2091–2102.

Wine

Musings: Ancient Thinking

If there’s one realization that’s guaranteed to send a mind reeling, it’s getting a glimpse at just how different human beings from one culture to another are at thinking. 1,015 more words

Mesopotamian Mathematics

Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab

Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab

 

By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

 

In an earlier article ( 9,945 more words

Our Annual Visit to The Perennial Post

At least once a year, I take my kids on a short-ish drive to visit our Amish friend Clara at her garden store, The Perennial Post.  1,171 more words