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Did Greeks and Romans tolerate those who only worshipped some of their gods?

Did Greeks and Romans tolerate those who only worshipped some of their gods?

Did Greeks and Romans worship all their gods, or was it permissible to worship some of them only (e.g., only in Diana, Jupiter, Apollo, Mercury, etc.)? {It seems it was permissible to worship some…

Golem: A Legendary Clay Beast Created to Protect Jewish People

Golem: A Legendary Clay Beast Created to Protect Jewish People

The gothic horror novel, Frankenstein, is one of the most well-known stories in which man tries to play god by attempting to manufacture a living being.

Franklin D. Roosevelt's Third Inaugural Address

Franklin D. Roosevelt's Third Inaugural Address

The only U.S. His remarks stress America’s obligation to take action during the international crisis.

How far could an English war bow shoot?

How far could an English war bow shoot?

The range of the medieval weapon is not accurately known, with estimates from 165 to 228 m (180 to 249 yds) So says Wikipedia. I did read, however, in a semi-fictional, semi-historical work of Ber…

Ancient Warfare Vol IX, Issue 3: Mighty Rulers of Anatolia - Hittites and their successors

Ancient Warfare Vol IX, Issue 3: Mighty Rulers of Anatolia - Hittites and their successors

Ancient Warfare Vol IX, Issue 3: Mighty Rulers of Anatolia - Hittites and their successorsAncient Warfare Vol IX, Issue 3: Mighty Rulers of Anatolia - Hittites and their successorsThe Hittites were one of the great Empires of pre-classical antiquity, coming to dominate Anatolia and parts of Syria. A surprising range of documents from the period have survived, mainly in the form of clay tablets, and the language was deciphered early in the Twentieth Century, so many Hittite documents have now been translated (in some cases dramatically altering our views of historical events).

AIDS Breaks Out - History

AIDS Breaks Out - History

(4/21/84) French scientists reported isolating the virus that caused Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). In 1984, 7,000 cases of AIDS had been reported in the United States; 3,300 of its victims were dead by the end of the year.