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'Tudor era' is misleading myth

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Post by LoveHistory » Wed May 30th, 2012, 11:03 pm

[quote=""hackcyn""]That's hilarious. I have an image of somebody marking down names in the book with coloured pencils. "Hey! That's not right! There's 45 Childerics but only 32 Dagoberts! That would never happen."[/quote]


Thank you for the laugh hackcyn! I needed that today. :D
make you wonder how this idiot became an OXFORD historian
Well you know the old joke...

Q: What do you call the guy who graduates last in his class at medical school?
A: Doctor.

;)

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