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starwatson0191
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Medieval Monsters Taught Morals In A Book Of Beasts

During the Middle Ages the phoenix rose from its ashes to be reborn, dangerous dragons battled elephants to the death, and the pelican tore out its own breast to feed its young with its life’s blood –...

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kisseskowalski
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The Astronomical Temple Of Loughcrew

It is possibly not possible to say when the humans initially started to wonder regarding the moon, stars, and sun, or tried to comprehend their motion, although there is proof of the lunar calendar be...

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Clark Stanley: The Original Snake Oil Salesman

Clark Stanley, the self-styled “Rattlesnake King”, was born in 1854 in Abilene, Texas. After spending years working as a cowboy during the 1870s, Stanley claimed that he took up with the Hopi Indians,...

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jessicaforbes01
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Kombucha – The Legendary Drink Of Immortality

Kombucha is a type of fermented tea which originated hundreds of years ago but has only recently become a global phenomenon. It is difficult to confirm exactly where kombucha first became popular, and...

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lesliestock01
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The Anonymity of the Lost prehistoric Culture of Maya

The Maya civilization collapse is thought as one of the best unsolved secrecy of the prehistoric world.

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jeremythomas019
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Medieval Monsters Taught Morals In A Book Of Beasts

During the Middle Ages the phoenix rose from its ashes to be reborn, dangerous dragons battled elephants to the death, and the pelican tore out its own breast to feed its young with its life’s blood –...

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celinecanon01
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So, Was The Great Pyramid Really A Tomb?

What do you think about when you are about to visit the Great Pyramid, one of the most iconic ancient monuments in the world? The answer, as you traverse the uneven bedrock towards its elevated locati...

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sandraburges01
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Clark Stanley: The Original Snake Oil Salesman

Clark Stanley, the self-styled “Rattlesnake King”, was born in 1854 in Abilene, Texas. After spending years working as a cowboy during the 1870s, Stanley claimed that he took up with the Hopi Indians,...

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marydavis0191
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Eagle Mistakes Bald Head For A Rock: The Bizarre Circumstances Surrounding The Death Of Aeschylus

Aeschylus, widely regarded as the “Father of Tragedy,” was one of the first of classical Athens’ great dramatists. He raised the emerging art of tragedy to new heights of poetry and theatrical power. ...

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