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Old enemy fights numerous battles in other lands to destroy previous loser's power before finally invading and defeating the loser in the homeland, leaving them powerless.

Knocking down Carthage and ploughing the land with salt was maybe going a bit far though. Still the replay around 460AD was the end for the old enemy.

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I'd also like to add that I consider history to be one of the most important of all academic subjects. No company would ever fund historical research, but we'd all be a lot poorer if we forgot the past.

Indeed, as Steve Turner said:

“History repeats itself,

has to,

nobody listens”.

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Knocking down Carthage and ploughing the land with salt was maybe going a bit far though.

The salt story's got to be a myth. Apart from the fact they wanted the land for farming, salt was far too valuable in those days - remember where the word salary comes from!

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The salt story's got to be a myth. Apart from the fact they wanted the land for farming, salt was far too valuable in those days - remember where the word salary comes from!

Unless it was sodium chorate?

I can't belive that Brown took 10 years for his PhD. He really must be a bit thick. That said, some of the 3yr Phders I've worked with have been total and utter retards when it came to actually doing anything useful. Like work.

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No company would ever fund historical research, but we'd all be a lot poorer if we forgot the past.

Apart from the ruling class. Perhaps the introduction of degrees in Car Dealership from places like Loughborough "University" was a necessary prelude to 'our' acceptance of the current situation. And did you ever hear any Blatcherites apologising about the devaluation of qualifications rather than savings?

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