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Geert Lovink on our networked condition
Stefanie Krasnow on our digital realities
Franco “Bifo” Berardi at the moment act of the eu tragedy
Adbusters on Chess vs. Weiqi
Fekku Ragabe!
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Peak Humanity
Micah White and Chiara Ricciardone on touchdown a loss of life blow to capitalism
Andy Merrifield at the radical politics of memes

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112. ― 71 ― Claudian period of imperial Rome. His history of the Diodotid family hinges upon the wives and widows of the dynasty, Agrippinas of another era who steered Bactria behind the scenes. "[10] Unfortunately, he was playing this elaborate chess game with imaginary pieces. In Bactria; these "Macedonian girls" are indeed "nonentities" whose politics and personalities Tarn invented; they are nowhere mentioned in any ancient text. Tarn's mistake was his assumption that the later Euthydemid coins were pedigree issues giving a bloodline (partly real, partly fictitious) that en-rifled him to fabricate all of these female members of the Diodotid family and give them various loyalties.

46) undermines his insistence upon a second (unknown) source. See the cogent remarks of Thérèse Liebmaun-Frankfort, "L'histoire des Parthes dans le livre XLI de Trogue Pompée," Latomus 28 (1969): 894-922; Josef Wolsld, "The Decay of the Iranian Empire of the Seleucids and the Chronology of the Parthian Beginnings," Berytus 12 (1956-57): 35-52; and the background article by Elias Bickerman, "Notes on Seleucid and Parthian Chronology," Berytus 8 (1944): 73-83. 3; see appendix D for translation. v...

46) undermines his insistence upon a second (unknown) source. See the cogent remarks of Thérèse Liebmaun-Frankfort, "L'histoire des Parthes dans le livre XLI de Trogue Pompée," Latomus 28 (1969): 894-922; Josef Wolsld, "The Decay of the Iranian Empire of the Seleucids and the Chronology of the Parthian Beginnings," Berytus 12 (1956-57): 35-52; and the background article by Elias Bickerman, "Notes on Seleucid and Parthian Chronology," Berytus 8 (1944): 73-83. 3; see appendix D for translation. v...

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