What if Rome split North south , not east west
Slower. The Spanish were insanely lucky that they could capture Atahualpa so easily. A unified Inca Empire under Wayna Qapac would have been harder to subdue, if only because the empire wasn't crippled by civil war.If there was no Inca civil war, would the Spanish conquest go faster or slower?
If there was no Inca civil war, would the Spanish conquest go faster or slower?
It's a lot later than that.Does anyone know when the sons and daughters of English monarchs started being referred to as Prince and Princess, if I'm understanding correctly we only started using the term, as with Duke, post Norman conquest
If the Valois and the Bourbons are anything to go by, Noble House B will still be known as Noble House B.Another random question -
Let's say Noble House A begat a cadet branch Noble House B, but Noble House A became extinct in the male line, such that the cadet branch became the most senior branch. Would Noble House B ceased to be known by its cadet name and revoke to the title of Noble House A.