2 October 2005 - Sunday

History Carnival XVII

The seventeenth History Carnival is up at The Apocalyptic Historian. Here are a few of the likely-looking entries:

Misteraitch posts some images related to Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher's fascination with Egyptian obelisks. >>

Greg James Robinson and Eric Muller argue that a recently published World War II memorandum undercuts Michelle Malkin's defense of Japanese internment. >> | >>

Maharajadhiraj contemplates the esoteric meaning of a building called Lion's Orbit. >>

PK provides some scans of emblem books -- early modern ethical tracts relying on allegorical illustrations. >>

Hugo Holbing examines evolving views of mental illness and proper behavior. >>

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