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    Quote Originally Posted by boontito View Post
    I'm going with the Roman Catholic Church.
    Yep. Dark ages. They were exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    The one that invented fire.
    Sorry. Fire was invented not by empire. Just free cavemen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claudius the God View Post
    I think you must look to empires in blocks of centuries.

    Pre-2000 BC: Mesopotamian rule by various empires
    1000-2000 BC: Egyptian
    0 -1000 BC: Greek
    0-1000 AD: Roman
    1000-2000 BC: British

    Somewhere we must acknowledge the Chinese, Muslim and Indian empires, hard to place them among these other giant influencers.
    Did you make it on purpouse? To make me lough?

    0 -1000 BC: Greek
    0-1000 AD: Roman
    1000-2000 BC: British

    Please, read a bit of history books. Could be useful.

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