Introduction: questions and remarks. Questions: What is historical fact or truth? Is truth-seeking possible? Can new researches, studies, and writings help us understand history better? What can we learn from new studies if they only repeat old views?
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Long recorded history
Immeasurable historical events
Numerous historical personages who were important players of historical theater/drama
Complex development and vicissitude
Full of unsolved puzzles, mixes of logos and mythos
Idealization of some particular time periods
Records about the remote past are not necessarily less factual than that of the immediate pastSome General Remarks