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Why do you think that was?
Just the isolation of them.
Because nobody was going to sardinia?
Both them and Corsica held off many many invaders
From the Moors
to the Genevans.
*Where are the Romans now?*
*Ya' lookin' at em'.*
The Chad Aeneas vs. the virgin turnus
Aeneas was said to be an ancestor of Brut, and Brut was said to be the first Britain settler.
Jesus that's hypothetically one hell of a bloodline
*Of all the trees that grow so fair olde England to adorn, greater are none beneath the sun than oak and ash and thorn. Sing oak and ash and thron good sirs, all of a midsummer's morn. Surely we sing of no little thing in oak and ash and thorn. Oak of the clay live many a day, or ever Aeneas began, ash of the Loam was a lady at home when Brut was an outlaw man. Thorn of the down saw New Troy Town, from which was London born, witness hereby, the ancient-ry of oak and ash and thorn.*
Rudyard Kipling was one helluva poet.
>fight in and survive the Trojan War
>settle in Italy
>defeat the Etruscans
>get raised by a shewolf
>kill your brother
The Etruscans had the same word for "gods" or "god" or the same name for their deities as the old Norse.
What does that say then?
That contact was made, and the the theory of the origin of peoples in Europe is true.
I'm not familiar with the theory
The Indo-Europeans were a people that lived in the Caucus region in the east, and spread throughout Europe, North Africa, Persia, Anatolia, and India.
Meaning that we didn't all originate from Africa?
That is different, although as of last year, a hominid jawbone, a human jaw, was found in Greece
making it the oldest human remains ever found.
Thus bringing into question the "out of Africa" theory.
We are still greatly unsure of the repercussion of such a thing.
Interesting, I'll look into that. From what I know of anthropology the "out of Africa" theory still makes sense but thats the first Ive heard that Europeans came from the Caucus region
Oh that is just modern Europeans. This can be suported by out of Africa still though.
This occurrence only happened about 10,000-ish years ago.
Oh ok I was thinking the theory said that we were basically a completely different people
That may actually also be true.
With the discovery of that jaw I was talking about.
We're still not sure though.
But Indo-European is definitely a real thing.
Where did agriculture develop? Was it in Egypt or did it start farther east?
Not including East Asia
Agriculture developed in multiple regions at once according to archaeological forensic evidence.
One of these was in and around Peru
by the Incans
Another was in Anatolia.
I also believe in between the Tigris and Euphrates.
Gotta brush up on the early history folks
I can understand where it gets dull for some people.
Like dark age history always depressed me,
mostly because of all the premature death.
union or confederate
"North Texas" stupid question
The earliest ancestor that I can directly trace though was a Union lieutenant from Conneticut.
Why do you side with the confederacy?
Well because my direct paternal line I believe has been here since about the first colony. And for at least four generations my father's line has been in Texas.
But I've got family from everywhere.
many southern states actually have a black majority population
And I side with the confederacy because they sought preservation above all else.
Louisiana was 80% black after the civil war
after the slavery was abolished, yankees migrante to the south to settle
opportunists looking for cheap investment.
I've always favored Union but looking into what a lot of what happened before the war made me sympathize with the south more
but i should stop flooding the art channel
this is why we need a
who has the authority to start or cancel a channel?
someone that hasn't been here in a while
^ Some of the works in my Russian art folder 🇷🇺
Lev Feliksovich Lagorio
Fellas I need some very provocative art
Saturn Devouring His Son
goya is powerful fellow
_Cincinnatus Leaves the Plough to Dictate Laws to Rome_
I like that name
I’m going to sound weird when I say this... but I really really love the art that used in the holy cards.
Examples being this one
Caravaggio was such a Chad
read his bio
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1. trump 2. fuentes 3. american lyceum
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what is it
i was expecting bronze age art
What's going on?
I can't tell whose side the natives are on
Are they defending the guy in the chair?
I think I've got in figured out
The guy in the chair escaped Germany after the war and is in Argentina. After being in the jungle for twenty years he has built a small castle and gathered natives as a private armed guard. They raided a nearby bank and stole the gold. The guy in the door is an American fed and has tracked him down to kill him
I like that
Is it pulp art time?
Józef Chełmoński, “Moonrise” 1888
Your daily dose of fine 🇮🇹 art
I think its "barge haulers"
Its a classic Perevizniki painting
here it is
Yeah np bud
All of these paintings are great, lovely style
Yeah, neat history too
I really like Isaac Levitan, he's probably my favorite
you can just look at this piece for hours
yeah, landscapes were a key featurews
those look quite impressionistic
Yes especially the top one
this is the most iconic
it hits all the key points
depicting the natural world of russian, russian people, and slavery/serfdom
oktavists are really good
they are crazy
they get so loud the mic starts peaking lol
dang I would love to experience that in person
they list some oktavists who preform today i think
most of the are of course in russia/east europe
just sent this to my friend
he's interested in heavy metal bands and can get his voice like some of these guys
he'll like this
it is interesting
at least with classical music, they have a lot of crossoever
not sure about vocals though lol
no shitpost... i think Nasim was a true artist.
its bizarre stuff.. but kinda cool that she just went for it.. and just made what she could with what she had.
many of us would probably second guess ourselves and not show anyone
so kudos as far as im concerned