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History-Makers: Anna Komnena

History-Makers: Anna Komnena

The Byzantines have a well-deserved A+ in art class, but their written work is a little… ehhh? Thing is, most Byzantine literature reads like a modern textbook — sure it’s informative, but the writing is drier than chalk-dust, and it could stand to lose a couple hundred pages. But there’s one defiant Byzantine historian out …

오스만 제국 History of Ottoman Empire (1299~1922)

오스만 제국 History of Ottoman Empire (1299~1922)

The Ottoman Empire, known to the Ottomans as the Empire of Rûm/Rome and known as the Turkish Empire, a state and caliphate was established by Osman Gazi at in 1299. According to Ottoman tradition, Osman’s father Ertuğrul led the Turkic Kayı tribe west from Central Asia into Anatolia, fleeing the Mongol onslaught. CE 1298 The …

The Fall of Constantinople

The Fall of Constantinople

The year is 1453, and the Byzantine Empire, the very last figment of Rome’s long-faded glory, is itself in its death throes. Having continued the legacy of Roman rule for almost fifteen hundred years, the Byzantine empire was once a superpower, but centuries of constant warfare and a schism between east and west in the …

Websites Track Your Browsing History

Websites Track Your Browsing History

there’s also the adverse brought to you by audible dot com different audiobook at audible podcast dot com slash p whitey every citizen u_c_ san diego found today’s online blog that up to four hundred eighty five websites are using to basically tracked down your browsing history okay and these aren’t just random websites the …