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reviewed Leave Open In Europe, why were hereditary dynasties were more prevalent in the medieval world than in the ancient world?
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reviewed Reviewed AP World History for Computer Science (Programming) Major?
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reviewed Leave Closed What's the relationship between Solomon's Temple and Christians?
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reviewed Reopen Is there any country where the founder of the nation is no longer respected?
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reviewed Leave Open What was the true origin of the Freemasons?
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reviewed Close Did defeated countries pay theirs war bonds?
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reviewed Close How far away could one be and still see the atom bomb explosions?
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reviewed Close Were the Axis Powers really obligated to attack USSR and USA?
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reviewed Leave Open Did Buddha live in a Republic?
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answered How common is “decades ahead of his time” in real history?
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comment How common is “decades ahead of his time” in real history?
@SteveBird The author is asking about "super-scientists" as a trope in fiction. Undoubtedly, the real life heroes of science can be quite different than the figures that capture the imagination of the public.
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reviewed Leave Closed Why didn't the ancient Egyptians conquer an empire?
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reviewed Leave Open Have governments or combatants marked the houses of groups to be persecuted?
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reviewed Leave Closed Ratio of population to military size throughout European history?
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reviewed Leave Closed Was there ever a visit by a person from India to a noble in Scandinavia? Is there a painting of such a visit?
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reviewed Reopen Given Hitler's Austrian ancestry, why did he develop German nationalism rather than Austrian nationalism?