History: Treaty of Verdun

Posted on Sun 13 August 2023 in history • Tagged with history, writing

843 CE- After the death of Charlemagne, his son Louis the Pious, 814- 840 CE , succeeded him to the throne, however the stability of the Empire soon came into question as competing influences vied for the throne. In 843 CE after the death Louis the Pious, his three sons signed …


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Warfare in the Age of Crusades The Latin East

Posted on Sun 09 July 2023 in update • Tagged with books, writing, cartography

I was delighted to receive my copy of Warfare in the Age of Crusades: The Latin East We are nearing completion of Volume Two: Europe. This is a major vidication of all of our collective work.


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History: Koran

Posted on Sun 04 June 2023 in history • Tagged with history, writing

600 CE

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History: Quran

Posted on Sun 28 May 2023 in history • Tagged with history, writing

600 CE

The Quran is the written text of the visions of the prophet Muhammad. The Quran is one of the most sacred works to followers of the religion of Islam. The principal teaching of the Quran is that there is no god but Allah, and his prophet is Muhammad …


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History: Corpus Iurus Civilis

Posted on Sun 30 April 2023 in history • Tagged with history, writing

529 CE- Corpus Iurus Civilis was a compendium of Roman law code commissioned by Justinian and written by the jurist Trebonian. Corpus Iurus Civilius became a very important historical codification of law.


History: The City of God

Posted on Sun 19 February 2023 in history • Tagged with history, writing

410 CE

The City of God is one of the most famous works of Augustine. The City of God argued against pagan philosophers who believed that Rome had fallen because it had forsaken the old gods and adopted Christianity. Augustine argued that secular political authority was necessary to follow a …


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