The Tartarian Empire Strikes Back: Mud Floods, Maps, and Forgotten History | 332

The Tartarian Empire Strikes Back: Mud Floods, Maps, and Forgotten History | 332

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About this episode

This week on Hysteria 51, we're diving headfirst into the murky, muddy waters of the Tartarian Empire. Join David and Brent as they excavate the truth behind the enigmatic mud floods, unearth mysterious maps, and delve deep into the forgotten history of this once-mighty civilization. And, they don't have to go alone, JTR Brown and Kevin Crispin are back to help dig up clues on the supposed lost superpower.

Did the Tartarians really have advanced technology? Can we blame them for Atlantis or are they just really good at playing hide and seek? Get ready to laugh, learn, and ponder the possibilities as we explore the enigma that is the Tartarian Empire. All that AND Conspiracy Bot ponders his sex appeal!

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Special thanks to this week’s sources:

    Gumilev, Lev. "The Ancient Turks: A Historical Sketch." University of Michigan Press, 1960.Scharlau, Kirsten. "Central Asia in World History." Oxford University Press, 2011.Lubo-Lesnichenko, Evgeny. "Tartary: The Empire of the Great Steppe." Russian Geographical Society, 2017.Gorelik, Mikhail. "The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy." Brill, 2018.Sneath, David. "The Headless State: Aristocratic Orders, Kinship Society, and Misrepresentations of Nomadic Inner Asia." Columbia University Press, 2007.Kafesoglu, Ibrahim. "The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia." Rutgers University Press, 1989.Kradin, Nikolay. "Nomadic Empires in Evolutionary Perspective." Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East, 2006.Golden, Peter. "Central Asia in World History." Oxford University Press, 2011.Hansen, Valerie. "The Silk Road: A New History." Oxford University Press, 2012.Sinor, Denis. "The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia, Volume 1." Cambridge University Press, 1990.Tartary Wikipedia: TartaryNova: The Tartary Empire: Tartary: An Empire Hidden in History: The Mud Flood: Tartaria: The Hidden Truth: Forgotten Empire: The Tartary - A Hidden History: New Earth Project: Tartaria and Mud Flood Research: Tartary: Myth or Reality?: The Great Tartary:

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