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Jul
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comment How did the ancient Chinese coordinate armies of tens and hundreds of thousands?
+1: great answer!
Jul
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comment Origins of knife and fork language etiquette
I had heard it had been introduced in from Italy in the 16th C. I don't know how true this is, though.
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Nov
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comment What is the longest running legal case?
@CGCampbell: Thanks for reminding me that I has this left open. I've accepted one of the answers.
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answered Token status of the Mughal throne
Sep
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comment Newton, Galileo, and Gravity
Is this really a history question?
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answered Newton, Galileo, and Gravity
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comment What is the longest running legal case?
@juicy: I wasn't specifically asking about the US! I'll make that clearer in the question.
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comment What historical evidence do we have for the Prophet Muhammed?
@jwenting: I'm not asking about the truth of the Quran - you'll note I got the quotes from the Hadith (sayings of Muhammed); and historically, Bukhari was one of the first compilers of the Hadith who tried to authenticate sayings by Muhammed;