Hi there, im a new Hubber, and am looking for some good solid content to write about to get me going and start rolling in the views. I specialise in History and Literature, and would be happy to accept requests as to what to write about, if anyone needed some specific information. I personally know more about the roman empire, and other periods of ancient history, but also am interested in medieval, and later periods. If you show any interest, let me know!
I think it's fascinating to read about how people used to live in different times - practical aspects of their lives, like what means they had for toilet, washing, etc. ie how would be so different to grow up then
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I love the ren period. You could do so much with any of these periods and talking about how they fashioned there garments, like what kind of boning did they use, did the male's wear pants that had a certain kind of lace up tie, and on and on and on. Good luck!
Thank you for the replies, and I'll do my best to get some Hubs out around these subjects in the next few days or so thanks you for the ideas again, and hope you like what i produce.
Check the Question and Answer section; narrow the topic to the category you placed this forum thread in. That may give you some more ideas.
You could also look at the category tree to see areas where there are very few hubs written for some more ideas.
Bretsuki, i have writted a hub on the process of Romanization for you, should have some interesting facts in there for you to read hope you like !
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I'd be interested to read about Romans and corruption and how it was viewed during those days.
I'd be interested to read about the collapse of the Roman empire. Are there any parallels with the state of Western civilisation today?
Without going into specifics, the comparisons in certain areas are undeniable. John Lennon found it fascinating living in New York, comparing it with living in the late Roman Empire.
Maybe you could write if screenplays can qualify to be literature?
For instance, Kevin Costner's final speech in JFK
I would love to read about the descendants of the Egyptian Pharaohs.
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