The Knights of Charlemagne

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  1. Congratulations on nailing it perfectly with the Order of Darkness & Knights of Charlemagne. I wouldn’t change a single thing.

    One possible nitpick: shouldn’t you have something for King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain expelling the Muslims from Iberia in 1609?

    Anyway, bravo, enjoyed this and sharing it!

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      1. The Expulsion of the Moriscos (Spanish: Expulsión de los moriscos, Catalan: Expulsió dels moriscos) was decreed by King Philip III of Spain on April 9, 1609 (Wiki)

        I know Wiki is a painfully Progtarded place but we can count on them for basic history.

        The truth is, we are both right. Around 1492, the glorious Spaniards expelled a Jew-ton of Jews from Iberia. By 1609, they had officially declared Jews expelled and non-citizens of the society.

        The 15th century is a turbulent and fascinating story in Iberia. This is the Golden Age of Spain, and the Golden Age of Spanish artists such as El Greco and Velasquez. Spain was literally conquering a New World.

        :

        The REAL expulsion of all Semitics from Iberia was by 1609.

        PS. Is the Osprey as much of a disaster as I’ve read it is?

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  2. Hi Anton.
    The impediments are just the usual stuff: kids, work, long commute, busy time of year, etc. I have many ideas for the blog sitting on the back burner. If I were a good artist I’d have so much more up already. Maybe I’ll pair up with a cartoonist and really get this thing rolling. In any case, there’s more on the way and hearing from you encourages me to get busy.
    Thanks!
    DW

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      1. Thanks for the compliment and glad to hear you’ve got stuff cooking on the backburner.

        Note: I just got this in my inbox today (the 19th!)–you wrote on the 7th. Apparently WordPress’ delivery system is a POS. Good to know.

        cheers

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