One of the great misconceptions that many people hold about the Middle Ages in Europe is that they were a time uniformly devoted to royalism and monarchy.   The typical picture is that of a king, attended by his retinue, waging war against other kings, each surrounded by servile knights willing to fight to the death […]

Why Were Medieval and Renaissance Aristocratic Republics Limited to High IQ Germanic Populations? — The Neo-Ciceronian Times