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By contributing author E.L. Meszaros As non-native readers of Egyptian hieratic and hieroglyphics, our understanding of the mathematics recorded in
By guest contributor Dora Gao Celestial objects and events have appeared in the historical record for a myriad of reasons,
Part II of the JHIBlog Forum on Hans Blumenberg and Political Myth You can find the first installment of the
by guest contributor Hugh Jeffery The Çaltısuyu, a tributary of the Euphrates, flows through the dramatic canyons of eastern Anatolia.
by guest contributor Philipp Nothaft According to a metaphor once popular among early modern scholars, chronology is one of the