Ibn Battuta (1304-1369) was one of the most well-traveled humans of history trekking over 73,000 miles during his life.
Global Regions, c. 1200-1450
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- The National Interest - The Black Death: How Rats, Fleas and Germs Almost Wiped Out Europe
- Daily Mail - Black Death backtrack: Don't blame the rats, the plague was 'spread by PEOPLE'
- VICE - 'Medieval Reactions' Turns Ancient Art into Hilarious Memes
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- History Today - Arab Conquests and Sasanian Iran
- Medievalist - Women and Power in the Middle Ages: Political Aspects of Medieval Queenship
- Russia Beyond the Headlines - Why do Russians call Moscow the Third Rome?
- Smithsonian - Why Did the Mayan Civilization Collapse? A New Study Points to Deforestation and Climate Change
- History Extra - The brutal brilliance of Genghis Khan
- Hark! A Vagrant - Wu Zetian
- Ars Technica - New research changes our understanding of who built ancient Silk Roads
- Smithsonian - Riddles of the Anasazi
- Smithsonian - The Lost City of Cambodia
- National Geographic - Thread That Speak: How the Inca Used Strings to Communicate
- BBC Culture - The Surprising Discovery at Angkor Wat
- Science - It wasn't just Greece: Archaeologists find early democratic societies in the Americas
- Core Spirit - THE FASCINATING DISCOVERY OF THE WORLD’S OLDEST BOOK
- Ancient History Encyclopedia - Aztec Pantheon
- Ancient Origins - The Amazing Story of Yasuke: The Forgotten African Samurai
- National Geographic - Angkor Wat’s Collapse From Climate Change Has Lessons for Today