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comment Why did Emperor Constantine believe he was a instrument of God?
Minor edits for textual clarity added. As the question is now historically answerable I've retracted my close vote.
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revised Why did Emperor Constantine believe he was a instrument of God?
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reviewed Delete Did Kim Jong-Il wrest away power (rather than inherit it) from Kim Il-Sung in a power struggle?
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reviewed Looks OK When was the last time (if ever) an elector was faithless in US presidential elections?
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comment When was the last time (if ever) an elector was faithless in US presidential elections?
Could you expand with a name of the elector or a source?
Aug
29
comment Can a source be considered 'primary' if it is not written by an eyewitness and partly based on another source?
As a result of the change in the question (which I consider to be minor) and the bounce back from the hermeneutics stack exchange I'll be providing a different more extensive answer.
Aug
29
comment Can anyone help Australian Actress ID her Grandfather?
Probably better to hire a professional historian or genealogist near us military archives.
Aug
28
answered Can a source be considered 'primary' if it is not written by an eyewitness and partly based on another source?
Aug
12
comment Why was there lack of food during WW2 in the UK?
It isn't meant as a joke, as one of the answers mentioned, the government of the UK deliberately caused mass starvation in the empire during the period.
Aug
11
comment Why was there lack of food during WW2 in the UK?
Is the Empire included in the UK?
Aug
11
comment What was the contemporary popular opinion of the Anglo-Irish Treaty?
Might need to specify who the "Irish people" are given the complexity of definitions.
Aug
10
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
8
comment Was violent or nonviolent protest more effective in the context of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement?
Last time I checked, "the movement's goals" were very different, depending on whether you accepted the necessity of armed action, or whether you hoped being beaten would soften the heart of a capitalist state.
Aug
5
comment How could Eratosthenes measure the circumference of the Earth?
Migrate to history of science?
Aug
3
answered Are there documented shifts in how history, time, and accuracy were regarded in society?
Jul
31
comment What was the fertility rate in Ancient Rome and how did this number evolve over time?
Appears to be based on pseudo historical theory and therefore unanswerable.
Jul
29
comment What would be the GDP of the Roman Empire?
There is a series of strong scholarly arguments that this question is unanswerable due to the anachronism of GDP as a theoretical concept.
Jul
28
comment How can I find the most complete list of the names of Kaytn Massacre victims?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a blatantly off-topic source request.
Jul
27
comment Could a ruler demand a homage from an independent prince?
Absolute monarchy is a little later than the example.
Jul
27
comment Was there any mention in historical articles regarding Joan of Arc's physical appearance?
Because books and websites can be lost you need to explain their contents