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It didn't dissapeared instantly, deaths stopped slowly because of sanitary improvements, think of it like this, like if it was natural selection, there were some people that survived, and there were so many people that died that we could say that the "infection focus" started to slowly dissapear because the lack of new people to infect. In that ages ...


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An incomplete but in my opinion a large part of the answer summarized by myself from the book written by American lawyer, writer, and legal scholar, and John M. Duff Jr. Professor of Law at Yale's Law School Amy Chua book Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance—and Why They Fall: According to Chua, Genghis Khan was a "Defender of Religions" ...


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First of all, peasants were not slaves or anything like that. They were essentially renting a given lend, and most often than not they came into this relationship volunteerly as free men. In many if not most lands and eras getting free from this relationship was actually possible, and peasants could move to another landlord. After bigger wars or diseases ...


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Asian philosophy is inherently more about personal freedom, Buddhism, The Veda's Taoism, all stress personal freedom. The lack of religious tolerance was and is much more political or economic in nature. When some find the means to control others with a particular religious belief then intolerance sets in as a way to maintain that control. Even ...


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Your thinking is overly binary. It is very possible, indeed likely, that it was likely a combination of the two plus a few other factors you are forgetting depending on place/time/occasion/society. Other factors in alcohol use: Culture Taste Preservation of foodstuff Others


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1.Was Chanakya alive and so active during Ashoka's childhood, that he was able to play a second king-making game?- Yes, Chanakya lived till 87 while Chandragupta lived till only 40. 2.Was Bindusar's mother (the Greek Helena) so cruel and hatched a plot to kill him? - Yes. This was a common practice among queens to get the kingdom in favour of thier sons. ...



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