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During Ezana's march to clear the commercial routes for accessing trade destinations, the areas were inhabited by Baza people under the Bazin Kingdom from 100 - 360 BCE. unfortunately there is a misreading of the name Haza (it should have been Baza). So the references made to Haza and Barya people is in actual reading refers to "Baza and Barya". These people ...


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The Arthashastra by L.N Rangarajan chapter XI.i. I quote In recruiting ,Kautilya prefers an army of trained Kshatriyas or a large force composed of Sudras & Vaishyas; In the preceding paragraph to the above quoted The military forces described in the Arthashastra conform to thje classical Indian pattern of four wings-elephants,chariots,horses ...


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Question: How accurate, well-supported, and well-regarded is this book (Guns Germs and Steel)? Short Answer: Not that accurate, not well supported, pretty well regarded as a very ambitious project which necessarily sacrificed important detail as it brought together many different fields of study into one new interlocking amalgamation to answer a specific ...


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GG&S was criticized by several scientists, including Russian biologist and paleontologist Kirill Eskov. Eskov wrote an article about the book in his blog in 2006, which was later reprinted in several online journals, e.g. here. I'm not aware of any English translations of it though. In short, the main reason for the rebuke is the alleged cherry-picking ...


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