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Mar
12
comment What is a knight of the windmill?
I would expect a reference to Don Quixote.
Jan
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Did the Tamil People discover that the earth was round 2000 years ago?
Nov
25
answered Good online sources for historical maps
Nov
18
reviewed Close When did the <input> tag come about, and in what web browser?
Nov
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is the United States the only developed country whose labour laws leave most up to the employer?
Nov
12
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
11
answered The evolution of glove handness in falconry
Nov
10
comment When was first security screen door instaled in Seoul metro
I added the Korea, transportation and technology tags. Which tags are you missing?
Nov
10
revised When was first security screen door instaled in Seoul metro
added tags
Nov
10
revised Was German ever an official language in the USSR?
Added actual regions with German background
Nov
9
reviewed Close What type of workers were there who built the pyramids in Egypt
Nov
6
comment Why did modern “Romania” remain the most “Roman” part of the Balkans?
See also history.stackexchange.com/questions/9181/…
Nov
4
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
+ tag map
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@RickyDemer I corrected the typo. But I think it is still a bad/wrong English ;)
Nov
3
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
typo correction, replace in withat.
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@LennartRegebro I think you are right. I compared it with Openstreetmap.org. There you have some houses called Duniwang - the same as in the original card.
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@PieterGeerkens Just to be a bit more concrete: There are more barrier lakes along the river Isar. One is the Stausee Altheim.
Nov
3
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
Found book entry.