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I play lots of games, develop a few. Check out my publisher's page at lumenaris.com.

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Nov
16
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
14
answered Were Uncles referred to by surname in Victorian England?
Oct
25
revised How did Yugoslavia economically survive the Cold War
added 17 characters in body
Oct
16
asked When did the US adopt a special way of folding the flag?
Oct
13
revised Why is Toledo not the capital of Spain anymore?
deleted 31 characters in body; edited title
Oct
10
comment Is there a civilization that never believed in God in the ancient times?
@JimThio, with two asterisks.
Oct
9
comment How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?
Bailyn's statement was brief and without details (as it was incidental to the main story). All I know so far about their similarity is that they were both slash and burn.
Oct
9
comment How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?
@MarkC.Wallace, that's basically the point of this question. I'm guessing that they used different implements, planted different crops, made different use of beasts of burden, etc., but I just don't know.
Oct
9
revised native-americans wiki description
fixed problems - previous version couldn't decide if this was about all of North America or just the US, and referred to these people only in past tense as if none survive today; also added two common alternative terms
Oct
9
revised native-americans wiki excerpt
fixed problems - previous version couldn't decide if this was about all of North America or just the US, and referred to these people only in past tense as if none survive today; also added two common alternative terms
Oct
9
comment Did any European/American settlements in the Ohio Country survive the French and Indian War?
If it was destroyed and replaced, I'd say that doesn't count as a survival.
Oct
9
comment What type of defenses did the Pequot use at their fort?
I've seen that engraving, but I just couldn't make sense of it. The second image really helps.
Oct
9
comment Were the Puritans for a State Church?
The Puritans were definitely in favor of their colony being officially Puritan. I'll see if I can dig up some references.
Oct
9
reviewed Reopen How does governance evolve?
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Closed Has any generation generally agreed that the next generation was better?
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Connection between “lingua franca” and Frankish people
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Why did the US drop nuclear bombs on a weakened Japan?
Oct
9
comment What would have been the carrying capacity for 11th-13th century backpacks?
The illustrations take this from a good answer to a great one. +1 from me.
Oct
9
asked What type of defenses did the Pequot use at their fort?
Oct
9
asked How similar were Finnish and Lenape slash-and-burn agriculture?