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  1. People's rejoicing... in Reims on August 27, 1765

    People's rejoicing... in Reims on August 27, 1765

    1767 design for the Engraving "People's rejoicing. . . in Reims on August 27, 1765" Jean Michel Moreau the Younger (French, Paris 1741–1814 Paris)
  2. KorbenDallas

    Book | The Dead Towns of Georgia by Charles Colcock Jones

    Your answers are here: The State of Georgia #1: Atlanta or Decatur, that is the question.
  3. KorbenDallas

    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    I'm just trying to see whether there was some additional info on the "capital town" mentioned in the OP. As far as Georgia goes, there several pertaining articles in the below section: American Georgia
  4. KorbenDallas

    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    Stumbled into the below text published in a book dated with 1798 (may be). As you can see, the author was talking about some "capital town" and "power and grandeur of the ancients". Same 1798 Book As far as I understand, "vast artificial hills" mentioned in the book are known today as...
  5. KorbenDallas

    19th century Crematoriums vs. Ancient Iron Melting Plants

    Ever since the Acropolis article I knew that there was no way to avoid this crematorium related one. I think that some of the ancient industrial structures, and designs were presented to us as temples, mosques and churches. I just caught myself calling pre-1600 buildings ancient. That's because...
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    Papal Tiara, Keys of Saint Peter and Christian Kings. Where is Christianity?

    Sometimes we run into things that have no reasonable explanation when we consider the official narrative. In this case we have a book published in 1770. Original Title: Collection de cartouches d'après plusieurs grands maîtres, contenant quatre vingt deux desseins différens gravés en...
  7. KorbenDallas

    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    @TairaEarth, @Right Arm and @AmusingMuse... I think you might find a book mentioned in the below article interesting and somewhat related. Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae
  8. KorbenDallas

    79 A.D. no more: Pompeii got buried in 1631

    Hypothetically, anything is possible. Where would we get sources of information for 79AD? Would any of such sources have any supporting evidence of their existence between 79AD and ~1400AD?
  9. KorbenDallas

    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    Ok, just wanted to make sure I have not missed some disturbing unicorns there. The above image probably could complement this article here.
  10. KorbenDallas

    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    I am not sure what exactly was disturbing here.
  11. KorbenDallas

    Ancient bridge construction as presented by Piranesi in the 18th century

    How do you come up with numbers like this?
  12. The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The aftermath of the Great Boston Fire of 1872
  13. The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    The Great Boston Fire of 1872. The aftermath

    Aftermath of the Great Boston Fire of 1872
  14. Boston Fire of 1872. Washington Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Washington Street

    After the Boston Fire, Washington Street. 1872. James Wallace Black.
  15. Boston Fire of 1872. City ruins after the fire

    Boston Fire of 1872. City ruins after the fire

    City ruins of Boston after the fire of 1872.
  16. Boston Fire of 1872. View from Washington & Bromfield

    Boston Fire of 1872. View from Washington & Bromfield

    Boston Fire from Washington & Bromfield panoramic by Whipple
  17. Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street

    Hussey Wells & Co., Federal Street
  18. Boston Fire of 1872. South Side of Milk Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. South Side of Milk Street

    South Side of Milk Street - Looking Toward Washington
  19. Boston Fire of 1872. Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street

    Boston Fire of 1872. Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street

    Devonshire Street to the Corner of Milk Street
  20. Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street, East side

    Boston Fire of 1872. Federal Street, East side

    Federal Street, East side
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