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Desc:just a map
Category:Educational, News & Politics
Tags:japanese, waltz, march, eurasia, political boundaries
Submitted:knowless
Date:06/03/10
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Comment count is 11
Riskbreaker
China just kept growing and shrinking like a sponge.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I had no idea that India was unified at one point that early on, only to break up again.

I'm reading Susan Wise Bauer's History of the Ancient World right now...I'm looking forward to brushing up on early Asian history. Also, this is mesmerizing.
Smellvin
Ashoka united India and made it the largest entity at the time. He also then proceeded to put up a bunch of monuments explaining how horrible a person he was for killing so many people; he was a Buddhist. Weirdest conqueror ever.

oddeye
Plus he kinda looks like a middle-aged woman in Civ 4.

Camonk
oddeye's fact is the most relevant. You're much more likely to play Civ IV than interact with anything else about Ashoka, sorry to say.

memedumpster
Big united things seem to come in waves.
Goethe and ernie
Minus one star for not being big enough to properly read, plus a million for being like the longest most confused game of Civilisation ever.
oddeye
Fuck you Ghandi and your nukes.

Ocyrus
I don't get the audio selection.
chumbucket
BAM!! India!
splatterbabble
Ah, the Aryan invasion...

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