Matthias Schreiber
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What were the key difficulties for the Romans in the conquest of Germanic tribes?
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The first issue is that the "loose barbarians", the Celts, weren't uncivilized. They built impressive oppidas and fortresses. Their society was organized and complex. Also, Germany had thick woods, ...

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What is the most advanced nonliterate society?
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Perhaps the Mali Empire or Zulu. I couldn't find anything about written records by themselves. If the Mali didn't write then they were probably much bigger, longer lasting and older than the Zulu ...

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Have there been any efforts by the countries of Europe to restore their monarchies?
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Bavaria stopped being a monarchy not even 100 years ago (1918). After that there were attempts to reinstate the monarchy (Monarchism in Bavaria after 1918). Sadly most of these attempts were destroyed ...

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Is the EU the world's first supranational political union?
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I guess the definitions of all these terms are highly opinion based. Throughout history there always were loose federations of tribes (which arguably doesn't fit because they were not meant to last ...

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