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Tarots are back

Guglielmo received two packages from Giulia Aldobrandeschi and Valkon Gorthauer. He hastily opened them and was relieved to find in them some of their precious tarots, included the rare tarot “The Death”.

He happily started to… Continue reading

The 1316 Winter Bloodshed

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Guglielmo – after returning back from his usual visit to the tavern – was incredibly perturbed with the disturbing news he had heard from a traveler who came from afar: the Native rebels had suffered a devastating defeat… Continue reading

Some Help for Guglielmo

Guglielmo was very worried about his tarots; up to now no one did return any combination and the 5th March was near. While walking back and forth in his little house, he found a crumpled note that… Continue reading

The Lost Tarots

Medieval Tarots

Guglielmo swore as he had never done before. He had spent the whole day looking for the missing tarot cards that were part of a collection that he had received as a gift long, long, ago from a Nobleman in… Continue reading

An interview with Cuhadar Cuthar

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Today’s interview will let you know a little about the player behind Cuhadar Cuthar, currently the Emperor of the Ottomans. He started the game as a citizen of the Byzantine Empire and became a leader of its Turkish minority. When the game map was extended and kingdoms in Asia Minor were added, most of them changed residence to Anatolia. The Ottomans were initially members of the Imperial Commonwealth and fought in the war for Byzantium and later together with most of the western kingdoms against Kiev. Recently Cuhadar chose the faith of the Middle East mystic church. Continue reading

Five Roman Emperors

In this article we will shortly introduce five Roman Emperors, rulers of an Empire that lasted for more than 1500 years.  Conditions, means and meanings changed in this long time period and so did its Emperors.… Continue reading

Medicine in Early Middle Age

 

Medicina nel Medioevo

Life in Early Middle Age was so hard that people died for worthless reasons and was said to be “dangerous, brutal and short”; there were infact a lot of diseases that doctors ignored. In the Middle Age… Continue reading