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Enormous Dinosaur Fossils Shock Egypt
A fossil belonging to a 33 ft (10 m) dinosaur was unearthed in Egypt. The creature roamed today's desert 80 million years ago.
The Rulers That Even History Forgot
A lot can be forgotten in 3000 years. Men and women who are powerful in their day fade into memory after 5, 10, 100 years. There's no shortage of examples of this throughout history.
The Genius Painter who Died of Hunger
Nowadays, works by the great Russian painter Chaim Soutine sell for tens of millions of dollars but when he painted Carcass of Beef, the Little Pastry Cook and The Bride, he was so poor he could hardly afford food and clothing.
Experts Reconstruct Face of Greek Girl from the Mesolithic
Experts have successfully reconstructed the face of a Greek girl living in around 7000 BC. Nicknamed Avgi , which means dawn in Greek, she looks quite upset.
Mysterious Letter May Reveal Truth about the Legendary Alcatraz Escape
The mystery surrounding the 1962 Alcatraz escape attempt is on its way to unraveling thanks to a mysterious letter.
Phenomenal! Researchers Have Deciphered One of the Final Dead Sea Scrolls
One of the remaining encrypted Dead Sea Scrolls has been deciphered. Its information is staggering.
The Discoveries That Challenge Darwin`s Theory
Archaeology was once a science of the nobles. In the past, only the wealthiest individuals possessed enough free time to dig around the mysteries of our predecessors. Some of its most interesting finds seem to challenge Darwin's theory.
Archaeologists Discover Porpoise Buried Like a King
English archaeologists came across a particularly strange find this past summer while they were excavating on the small island of Chapelle Dom Hue, located in the middle of the English Channel.
The Romans Celebrated Saturnalia the Week Before Christmas
Although they were pagans, each year the Ancient Romans would mark the week before Christmas with special celebrations. These festivities were called Saturnalia and were dedicated to the god Saturn.
The Solomonic Dynasty - Millennial Rulers of the East
The Solomonic Dynasty was one of the longest-reigning lines of monarchs in world history. The mighty rulers of the East dominated the Ethiopian empire for centuries until the not-so-distant 1974, when a national coup put an end to their reign.