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the abstract study of topics encompassing quantity, structure, space, change, and other properties. It is a prerequisite for theoretical contributions in many other sciences and discipl…
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Second largest country in the world, located in North America, having boundaries with the United States. The political system is parliamentary democratic monarchy, in personal union with the United Ki…
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Alexander III of Macedon (356 BC - 323 BC) was a king of the ancient Greek state of Macedon. Commonly known as Alexander the Great, he lead a Greek expedition to Asia and succeeded in conquering the P…
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backed by a reputable source (usually a state actor) and used in lieu of barter to trade for goods and services. Originally currency was produced by containing a set amount…
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For questions about the history of music, including its evolution, major events, famous composers and musicians, and growth as an industry. Questions about music theory or other non-historical aspects…
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a blade weapon used primarily for cutting or thrusting.
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For history of sports, sport events, famous sportsmen, and influence of sports and recreation on history.
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The northern most countries of Africa that are differentiated from the rest of Africa which lies south of the Sahara desert (those southern countries are also known as sub-Saharan). The UN classifies…
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Questions about the German empire from 18 January 1871, to 1918.
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Internal strife or conflict within a single country, typically of a military nature.
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A special kind of clothing to identify people as belonging to a specific group. Possibly military, police, or other govermental units.
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Common name of two wars in Vietnam beginning in 1955 as independence revolt in French Indochina, then after partition of the country between South Vietnam and her allies (mostly United States) and Nor…
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Topics relating to the ancient Mediterranean city of Carthage, its culture and history, or the territories it controlled.
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The 13th century was the century which lasted from January 1, 1201 to December 31, 1300 in the Gregorian calendar.
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Refering to the period of 1960 A.D to 1969 A.D in the Gregorian calendar.
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A small country in the west of [tag:europe] next to [tag:spain].
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Compulsory payment to the state by all or selected citizens, enforced by law, intended to fund common needs.
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for all methods to measure time. For example, questions about the hourglass, the sundial, and atomic clocks all fit into "Time-keeping"
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The [military] technique of blockading a city or other target that has a strong defensive position. Usually by surrounding it and trying to stop escapes and resources getting in.
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Questions about China after the fall of the Han Dynasty (A.D. 220) and prior to the early modern period.
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for questions relating to Pakistan, a modern state in South Asia created in 1947 from British India.
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For questions related to new lands discoveries made by Europeans in 16th and 17th centuries.
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For questions about historical practices or events related to non-human animals, including their use by humans, breeding, domestication, hunting, or consumption.
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For questions about books and related artifacts, events, or places such as scrolls, bookshelves, libraries, etc. Questions can be about a specific book or about the broader history of books.
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Linguistic science describing origins of particular words.
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The Early Medieval Period of European history lasted from the 5th century to the 10th century.