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Apr
19
accepted What was the city of El Mirador called in Mayan?
Apr
19
reviewed Leave Open Harvard Architecture: How did Harvard Mark I separate data and instruction?
Apr
19
awarded  Custodian
Apr
19
reviewed Reviewed How many Samurai killed themselves?
Apr
19
comment How many Samurai killed themselves?
I'm afraid this doesn't really answer the question. Instead, it's more of an essay on one person's thoughts about suicide.
Apr
19
comment What were Hispanic people called in the US in the 1800s?
@jwenting, make that a question, and you might get some great answers. As a comment, it just sounds snarky.
Apr
19
asked What was the city of El Mirador called in Mayan?
Apr
17
comment When did retailers stop wrapping purchases in paper and twine?
Pictures of sheets of paper and balls of twine aren't very useful for this question.
Apr
17
revised When did retailers stop wrapping purchases in paper and twine?
rolled back to a previous revision
Apr
16
revised Does Japan have the right to have its own army or navy?
cleaned up grammar and formatting
Apr
15
asked When did retailers stop wrapping purchases in paper and twine?
Apr
13
answered Is there a possibility that the Islamic civilization visited America before Colombus?
Apr
12
awarded  Custodian
Apr
12
reviewed Reopen Was a technological advantage more effective in European warfare than in China's history?
Apr
12
reviewed Reopen Harvard Architecture: How did Harvard Mark I separate data and instruction?
Apr
12
reviewed Close What civilisation used wolf pelts for their archers armour?
Apr
12
reviewed Leave Open Continent-wide common languages in human history
Apr
11
accepted Could medieval European merchants travel through the Islamic world?
Apr
11
accepted Castaways rescued by a message in a bottle?
Apr
1
accepted How early did restrictions on hunting start?