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accepted When did the Roman forum fall into disuse?
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comment When did the Roman forum fall into disuse?
@kubanczyk That is an interesting point. Do you have more information on this?
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comment About the reasons for the US involvement in WW2 in Europe
The two are not mutually exclusive. Fighting of Germans with Russians was their way to achieve the goal of splitting Europe into pro-American and Russian camps.
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comment When did the Roman forum fall into disuse?
That certainly was a part of my question and your answer describes very coherently the early drive away from Rome. I would just like to know more about how that eventually led to the architectural decline and abandonment of the forum.
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comment About the reasons for the US involvement in WW2 in Europe
I read it a while ago, but cannot find the reference anymore. I think it's safe to say that not considering the possibility would have been imprudent.
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comment When did the Roman forum fall into disuse?
So you would put the time when forum stopped being maintained to the time of Diocletian? At some point they started using it as a quarry if I am not mistaken. Would that be already during that time?
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comment When did the Roman forum fall into disuse?
What would you say would be the time when they stopped maintaining the forum? Did the Ostrogoths still maintain it? How about the Byzantines when they reconquered? Is there any information on this?
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comment When was the last time (if ever) an elector was faithless in US presidential elections?
Has it ever happened that a faithless elector changed the outcome of the US election?
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answered About the reasons for the US involvement in WW2 in Europe