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We take a rest in the middle of our Justinian and Theodora series to look back at the story so far and correct a few things! But the errors we made (minarets on the Hagia Sophia!) and the questions viewers have asked us give us the opportunity to expand on many parts of the story that we had to leave out of the series, and we encourage you to perform a full dive into this history to learn about the Hagia Sophia's construction, early doctrines of Christianity, and many more details about the life of Belisarius. Plus, James can't resist the temptation to play Six Degrees of Walpole to see how our infamous meddler from the South Sea Bubble series can be connected to the history of Justinian and Theodora!
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Extra History - England: The South Sea Bubble
The Sharp Mind of John Blunt: http://bit.ly/1xfVN9W
Extra Credits - Why Mechanics Must Be Both Good and Accurate
Historical Games: http://bit.ly/1I7sXzJ
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