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A Gothic Tale: The Life of Daphne du Maruier

Whether you’ve read her novels or have seen the film adaptations, many of you are probably familiar with Daphne du Maruier’s work. Even if…

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An Adventurer at Heart: Jack London

Known for his novels White Fang, The Call of the Wild, and Martin Eden, Jack London has become one of the iconic authors in literary history.…

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The Creation of a Monster: Mary Shelley

We all know and love the novel Frankenstein. Whether you’ve read the famous novel or you’ve seen the film adaptations, we’re all familiar with Mary Shelley.…

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Archaeology and Victorian Health Fads

“At first we were confused about what it was because of the shape and size of it, but then we had a eureka moment.”…

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Low Ocean Levels Reveal New Petroglyphs in Hawaii

“What’s exciting for me is: I grew up coming to this beach, and now as an archaeologist working for the Army, helping to manage…

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Archaeologists Investigate Legendary King Arthur’s Birthplace

Just off the coast of Cornwall, England lies the birthplace of King Arthur. Archaeologists have been investigating the are of Tintagel and have uncovered…

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The Mystery of the Mary Celeste

Human beings have always been fascinated by the sea. The open ocean is a wild, untamed thing. It’s in our nature to explore it…

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Human Sacrifice Found Near Mount Lykaion

A recent discovery of human remains has got experts puzzled. Archaeologists have found the remains of a 3,000 year old skeleton near Mount Lykaion…

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The Roman Curse: Gold Tablets Discovered in Serbia

“We found that Christians and pagans were buried together and we can conclude that, at the time, they lived in harmony and tolerance.” –…

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The Life of George Orwell

Known for classics such as Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. George Orwell is still relevant today. Whether you’ve read his works in your free…

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