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- Elhaz is the seventh Rune of the second aett (group of eight). Its name means "elk," in the European sense of the word. The European elk is essentially the same animal as the North American "moose." The North American elk (wapiti) is a...
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- In a nutshell: the Punic Wars
- The Punic Wars were a series of conflicts fought by the powerful cities of Carthage and Rome between 264 BC and 146 BC. The period is usually split into three distinct wars – the First was from 264-241 BC, the Second between 218-201 BC and the Third ...
- The Exceptional Underwater City of Cuba: A New Theory on its Origins – Part I
- In his Underworld: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization , Graham Hancock examines the numerous structures that have been discovered underwater around the world. Most of the sites that Hancock discusses lie less than 120 meters (395 feet) below sea ...
- Today in History: Momentous Roman victory over Carthage (241 BC)
- The Roman victory over Carthage at the Egadi Islands in 241 BC, ending the First Punic War, seems a long time ago now. But as Faulkner said, “history isn't was, it's is”.
- 5 cybersecurity lessons from ancient battles
- As the Punic Wars raged on, Roman general Scipio learned from that defeat and used the same tactics against the Carthaginians in the Battle of Ilipa 12 years later to great effect.
- The Ancient Battle Generals Still Love To Copy
- Three in fact, but the biggie in historical memory was the Second Punic War. (The Romans call them “Punics.” Since they won, we use their words, eh?
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