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2,500 Year-Old Statue of Greek God Found in Russian Waters

KERCH BAY, RUSSIA – Russian construction workers working on building a bridge in Russia’s Crimean Peninsula stumbled across an amazing find: a statue of…

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7 Victorian Foods You’d Probably Hate

The Victorian Era is pretty famous for being super weird. They had weird ideas about sex, fashion, religion, poor people, morality, science, and almost…

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General Nathanael Greene, the Trusted Officer of Washington’s

Following the American Revolutionary War, Nathanael Greene was considered to be the most gifted and dependable officer to General Washington, having started off as…

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Incredible Finds Are Changing Our Perception of Human Migration to Americas

One archaeology team’s research is beginning to drastically change how we view the story of pre-European America. For years, the general belief among the…

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New App Will Help Public Explore Scottish Heritage Site

UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – A group of archaeologists has launched a new online app that will allow the public to explore the details…

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Archaeologists Have Found 11,000 Year-Old Bed Bugs in Oregon Cave

PAISLEY CAVES, OREGON – the Paisley Caves are, according to archaeologists, are one of the oldest sites of human living in the American West.…

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Here’s Why Some Countries Drive on the Left Side of the Road

In the UK, and some parts of Europe and Asia, motorists drive on the left side of the road. In the United States and…

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Archaeologists Find Aviary Built By Prehistoric Native Americans

CHACO CANYON, NEW MEXICO – research conducted on an ancient Native American site has revealed that early Southwestern Americans carefully cared for macaws in…

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Anne Boleyn, the Second of King Henry VIII’s Wives

From 1533-36, Anne Boleyn was the Queen of England. She was the second of Henry VIII’s six wives. On May 19, 1536, she was…

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Anne Brontë, the Youngest of the Brontë Sisters

Anne Brontë was the youngest member of the Brontë family. Born in 1820, she only lived to be twenty-nine, dying in 1849. She and…

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