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    Default Re: 13th Century Ayyubid Horsemen

    Sometime in the past couple of years, someone posted in the Monastery a link to an extremely detailed site on the subject of WW2 Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union.

    I mean, ridiculously detailed and rich in info.

    Unfortunately, after trawling through the first 5 pages of the Monastery I couldn't seem to find the post.

    Any help?
    Vitiate Man.

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    Default Re: 13th Century Ayyubid Horsemen

    Hi guys,

    I hope I'm posting in the right place.

    I'm very exited for the release of Rome II in a couple of weeks and decided to brush up a bit on the history of the era.

    What I'm looking for essentially is a comparison between the regions and factions set during the campaign of the game and the current countries and nations these regions and factions roughly correspond to today.

    I don't need a large volume of information regarding each faction, just a short description of what these factions are known as today ( Example: Gauls are today's Frenchmen and Gaul was what is now France (give or take).

    Could someone point me to a website or a thread that would help me with my personal research?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: The Portuguese Military Orders

    Adding an online resource on the Medieval part - Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks.

    The Dumbarton Oaks website has a couple of issues available for download that deal with a wide variety of Byzantine topics, available here - http://www.doaks.org/resources/publi...on-oaks-papers
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    Default Re: The Portuguese Military Orders

    Adding another source - Google has digitised significant books, and some are available to read online.

    https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006734253 - Byzantine Empire by C.W.C. Oman.
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