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I Found A 150-Million Year Old Baby Bird Fossil That Was Also A Hide Scraper!

I Found A 150-Million Year Old Baby Bird Fossil That Was Also A Hide Scraper!

I was using my metal detector in the foothills of Tucson, Arizona. As luck would have it, I never find anything that I am looking for. As I was walking back to my truck with my metal detector resting ......[Read More]
Praeneste

Praeneste

Praeneste is a city of ancient Italy.......[Read More]
American Rifleman: Brigadier General Daniel Morgan

American Rifleman: Brigadier General Daniel Morgan

Brigadier General Daniel Morgan was a famed American commander during the American Revolution. First seeing action during Siege of Boston, Daniel Morgan played a key role in the Battle of Saratoga. Given a command in the south, Daniel Morgan won a decisive victory at the Battle of Cowpens in 1781.......[Read More]
What is Mercantilism?

What is Mercantilism?

Learn about mercantilism in terms of the British colonial system along with Adam Smith's fight against this idea in the Wealth of Nations.......[Read More]
Emperors of China's Qin Dynasty

Emperors of China's Qin Dynasty

List of Emperors from China's Qin Dynasty, beginning with Qin Shi Huangdi, the first emperor of unified China.......[Read More]
Who is the first African-American to be appointed to an HBCU?

Who is the first African-American to be appointed to an HBCU?

John Hope was an educator and civil rights advocate. He was the first African-American to serve as president of a historically black college/university.......[Read More]
Here's Why These Are the Most Important People in Ancient History

Here's Why These Are the Most Important People in Ancient History

Here are my selections for the most important names in ancient history. This list excludes people whose existence is disputed by most classical scholars.......[Read More]
Did You Know That Islam's First Great Battle Took Place in Mecca?

Did You Know That Islam's First Great Battle Took Place in Mecca?

The Battle of Badr in March of 624 CE was small in scale, but it signaled the beginning of Islam's incredible expansion over the next two centuries. The Prophet Muhammad and his followers consolidated their position with a key victory over the people of Mecca.......[Read More]
Assassination of Caesar

Assassination of Caesar

The scene of the assassination of Caesar as described by Plutarch.......[Read More]
The Spoils Sytem, Where It Came From and What It Meant

The Spoils Sytem, Where It Came From and What It Meant

Definition of The Spoils System. 19th Century History.......[Read More]
Solar Eclipse 2010 in India, harmful effects of Solar eclipse 2010 in India

Solar Eclipse 2010 in India, harmful effects of Solar eclipse 2010 in India

Solar eclipse on January 15, 2010 is the millennium's longest solar eclipse. Solar eclipse 2010 is just one day ahead so people are very much curious to know more and more about this only lon......[Read More]
Trzebinia Pictures

Trzebinia Pictures

Pictures of the Trzebinia camp, a sub-camp of Auschwitz.......[Read More]
When Was the Bronze Age?

When Was the Bronze Age?

The Bronze Age followed the Neolithic Age.......[Read More]
3 Northern Walls

3 Northern Walls

Maps of the Holy Lands based on Ancient History and the Bible.......[Read More]
What Was the Parthian Empire?

What Was the Parthian Empire?

Glossary definition of the Parthian Empire, also called the Arsacid Empire, of ancient Persia.......[Read More]
The History of the Chinese Grotto Arts

The History of the Chinese Grotto Arts

A grotto is a natural or artificial cave usually used by humans for artistic, religious or ceremonial purposes but also for habitation. Ancient China was dotted with many grand grotto systems, most of them devoted to religious purposes, particularly relating to Buddhism. Many have spectacular statue......[Read More]
What Are the Months in the Jewish Calendar?

What Are the Months in the Jewish Calendar?

Jewish months of the Hebrew calendar based on Babylonian month names.......[Read More]
Manetho - Priest and Historian of Ancient Egypt

Manetho - Priest and Historian of Ancient Egypt

In the third century B.C. an Egyptian priest named Manetho listed 30 royal dynastic houses of ancient Egypt, followed by the Persian rulers. Manetho's work is gone, but an epitome of it survives from versions written in the third to eighth centuries A.D.......[Read More]
Fighting for Liberty: Battles of the American Revolution

Fighting for Liberty: Battles of the American Revolution

Fighting during the early years of the American Revolution was generally in the North. Around 25,000 Americans died, while another 25,000 were wounded.......[Read More]
Who Created the Trojan Horse?

Who Created the Trojan Horse?

Did Epeus, Odysseus, Athena, or someone else create the Trojan horse?......[Read More]