The 1600s: The Worst Century in History

No part of the world was spared

Depiction of 1600s Europe courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

TThere is a theory that humanity has a collective thought process that influences people in different regions to do similar things simultaneously. This theory is used to explain the prevalence of pyramids all over the old world, even though there was minimal communication among distant regions.

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Mwanikii

Mwanikii

Writer. Techie. History buff. If it changes the world I’m on its case. Open for gigs… freddynjagi@gmail.com! Published by the Writing Cooperative.