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Understanding the Black Death: Archaeologists Reconstruct Justinian Plague

“Our research confirms that the Justinianic plague reached far beyond the historically documented affected region and provides new insights into the evolutionary history of…

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The Final Founding Father President James Monroe

James Monroe was the fifth President of the United States, and the final Founding Father to serve in that position. His term lasted eight…

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Is There New Archaeological Evidence For the Kingdom of David?

ELAH VALLEY, ISRAEL – ten years ago, the archaeological community was thrown into an uproar over the discovery of an 11th century Iron Age…

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Archaeologists Have Found a Cache of Historical Treasure 3,500 Years Old

A cache of metal artifacts recovered from the ocean has been recently uncovered by Israeli antiquities authorities. Among them – a hand grenade dating…

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Unsolved Archaeology: Atlantis

  The story of Atlantis has captured the human imagination for thousands of years. There’s just something about the idea of a lost civilization…

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History’s Badasses: Naresuan

Last time on┬áHistory’s Badasses, we covered William Wallace, the brave Scotsman who defied all odds to try and liberate Scotland from the rule of…

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On This Date, September 1st

1. 1985: Titanic wreckage found About 400 miles of the coast of Newfoundland, a joint expedition between the French and United States located the…

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150 Unique Rock Paintings Discovered in Chile

“We were lucky that the black paintings were made with coal. If you look at the archaeological literature globally, there are very few absolute…

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The Goddess Uni and What She Had to Do With Ancient History

“We can at this point affirm that this discovery is one of the most important Etruscan discoveries of the last few decades. It’s a…

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History’s Nutcases: Sir George Sitwell

“[Sir George Sitwell was] the strangest old bugger you ever met.” – Harold Acton. Last week on History’s Nutcases, we covered┬áthe Prince of Silence,…

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