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  1. KorbenDallas

    Two Alexander Pillars and Three Gates between Black and Caspian Seas

    I've been eyeballing this region for a while now. Primarily, because I'm trying to figure out a few things pertaining to Alexander the Great. Here is the region we are dealing with. Map And here is what we have on the older maps: Two Alexander pillars Three doors 1535 Source 1548 Source...
  2. KorbenDallas

    1812: Moscow Column that never happened. Allegedly...

    I happened to stumble upon an interesting 1813 publication, and wanted to share it with the blog readers. It's about a column made of French cannons seized during the war of 1812. Russians were planning on erecting this column in 1813 in Moscow. According to what we know, this project did not...
  3. KorbenDallas

    Questionable Alexander the Great Narrative

    This is something I wanted to get to for the longest. Alexander the Great is one of the most prominent historical figures attributed to the Age of Antiquity. The achievements attributed to Alexander are truly amazing. I would like to apologize beforehand, in case he really did all those things...
  4. KorbenDallas

    323 BC: Alexander the Great's Funeral Carriage

    To emphasize this amazing technological difference between 1840 AD and 323 BC (2,163 years), I wanted to follow up the Napoleons Funeral Carriage of 1840 with the one of the Alexander the Great dated with 323 BC. Obviously no 323 BC depictions, if any were ever produced, survived. Therefore...
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