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Unsolved Archaeology: Sacsayhuaman

“And I may say, once and for all, carefully weighing my words, that in no part of the world I have seen stones cut…

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On This Day, August 8th

1. 1988: The first night game held at Chicago’s Wrigley Field. Photo: source[/caption] Wrigley Field in Chicago is one of the oldest baseball stadiums…

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The Bloody and Gruesome Seven Days Battles

Six major battles, called the Seven Days Battles, during the American Civil War were fought between June 25-July 1, 1862 and ended with Confederate…

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Cahokia Not As Male-Dominated As Previously Thought, New Archaeology Shows

“Fowler’s and others’ interpretation of these mounds became the model that everybody across the east was looking at in terms of understanding status and…

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The Life of Sylvia Plath

With a large collection of poetry under her belt, Sylvia Plath is also known for the famous novel The Bell Jar. Suffering from depression, Plath ended…

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Nikola Tesla and His Magnificent Inventions

Nikola Tesla is best known for contributing to the design of the alternating current (AC). He was an inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer, physicist,…

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On This Day, August 5th

1. 1858: The transatlantic telegraph line completed Thanks primarily to the efforts made by American merchant Cyrus West Field, the first transatlantic telegraph line…

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Archaeologists May Have Found a Link to King Arthur in Cornwall

“The discovery of high-status buildings – potentially a royal palace complex – at Tintagel is transforming our understanding of the site. It is helping…

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France’s Beneficial Assistance to America in the Revolutionary War

Without the French, America may have never won the Revolutionary War. At that time, it was only a group of thirteen colonies with an…

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A History of Science Fiction (Part V)

Last time on A History of Science Fiction, we covered the pulp era of the early 1900s and some of the most famous early modernist works…

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