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Contributor

Rob Roy

As a teen, Rob Roy used to play hooky and sneak to the library.
 
He`s is a war history enthusiast and likes sword & sorcery even better.
 
He has a management degree and ten years of management experience.
 
He lives in Virginia near the North Carolina border -- a small country home surrounded by farms and forest [a tiny town called Crystal Hill]. 
 
Contact Information: robroy@va.net

History of War [Part 4] Wars in Ki-En-Gir - Ancient warfare in Sumer -- their weapons, armor, tactics, motivations, and their greatest weakness. Emphasis placed on the city of Lagash, where detail is easiest to find.

History of War [Part 3] Land of the Civilized Lords - A shocking secret of prehistory has recently been revealed. From this ugly past, the first civilization arose with its strange ways, inspiring the term, "Wh*re of Babylon".

Mystery of the Six Towers Update -- Catal Huyuk - Skull decoration found in Catal Huyuk might be a connection between the builders of the oldest towers of the world and the Towers of Silence.

Mystery of the Six Towers [9,650 B.C.] - Five Neolithic towers are drastically reshaping conventional wisdom about the Stone Age-- round towers dated back to 9,650 B.C. would have been jeered not long ago. What about other early round towers? Is there a connection?

History of War [Part 2] Round Towers, the Byzantines, and Bohemond - The summary of epic moments of a Crusader, of a brilliant Roman engineer, and wars fought in the Byzantine Empire. With that intertwined, we examine how square shapes stubbornly remained the tower of choice through most of history. Where did round towers become popular?

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