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Thread: The Ultima Series and Virtue ethics

  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuatDweller View Post
    Yeah but you were literally erased from existence, as in you never existed at all.
    That sounds like a later interpretation. Do you have a source for the claim?

  2. #52
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    I think not, I probably misheard it on History channel though.
    I often have some personal twist to the truth, is it hard to catch the right input when there is some noise in your mind.

  3. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuatDweller View Post
    I think not, I probably misheard it on History channel though.
    No problem, it just caught my eye. It's neat that you care so much about the ancient Egyptian religions though. It's rare to see someone draw on that for inspiration.

    I do hope ancient Egypt doesn't accrue all the right-wing associations that ancient Rome has. American idiots have gone to great lengths to ruin Stoicism.

  4. #54
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    Yeah is kind of hard to got right wing when you have over 2000 Egyptian gods to deal with.


    Cat mummy for your tomb? Only one gold coin, on sale!
    There were so many fake cat, bird, and reptilian fake mummies to comply with the demand that was a huge market indeed.

  5. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuatDweller View Post
    Cat mummy for your tomb? Only one gold coin, on sale!
    There were so many fake cat, bird, and reptilian fake mummies to comply with the demand that was a huge market indeed.
    Oh, that's hilarious. The whole "kill your servants so they accompany you to the afterlife" thing is a myth, right?

  6. #56
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    And in ancient Egypt there were records of gay couples found in some tombs, although there was no mention of lesbians, perhaps there were but were more private than men.

    And about killing your servants, I believe it was more of a royal option, though there are no finds or corpses littering the tombs floors, so I would discard a whole sale slaughter.

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    Neat. Imagine what else we might have learned had the Valley of the Kings not been ransacked.

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