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The fascination with books has a long history. [openculture.com]
Posted by By Surfpirate | 3 comments | Canada | Last Jan 17, 2019
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This is interesting —King Tut and meteorites [onlinelibrary.wiley.com]
Posted by By SkotlandSkye | 2 comments | Happy Land, West By Midwest, USA | Last Jan 16, 2019
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Learning of Early American Irish Slaves in a Conversation with Master Historian Queen Elizabeth Most American professors deny the existence of actual Irish slaves, calling them indentured servants ...
Posted by By MoonTiger | 5 comments | Rust Belt, USA | Last Jan 17, 2019
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Best tutorial on 11,500-year-old temple sites at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, IMO. National Geographic Special. [youtu.be]
Posted by By MoonTiger | 4 comments | Rust Belt, USA | Last Jan 12, 2019
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Considering both the collapse of ancient societies due to resource scarcity and climate change, and the ubiquity of globalist capitalism today, how likely do you think it is that we will see a ...
Posted by By Greymattersuit | 6 comments | Lawrence, USA | Last Jan 12, 2019
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I'm planning a trip to Rome and Pompeii in May. I was wondering if anyone in this group has been there and if so what advice/impressions/reviews are they willing to share? Thanks.
Posted by By qpr81 | 10 comments | Canada | Last Jan 11, 2019
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Why a Medieval Woman Had Lapis Lazuli Hidden in Her Teeth An analysis of dental plaque illuminates the forgotten history of female scribes. ancientscribes medievalart genderroles ...
Posted by By Logoleptic | 6 comments | Coachella Valley, USA | Last Jan 13, 2019
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Looking for someone who can help me with gathering ancient texts that include the earliest usages of the term Anti-Christ as a derogatory term used for Christ-Mythicists (People who proclaim that ...
Posted by By Secular_Squirrel | 1 comments | Lafayette, USA | Last Jan 10, 2019
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This is just a test. I have no idea if this site will support the links that I include in my abstract here. Could you please tell me if links become active when you click on them for illustrations and...
Posted by By MoonTiger | 4 comments | Rust Belt, USA | Last Jan 10, 2019
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And I'm not talking TV! LOL!!
Posted by By MojoDave | 9 comments | Tampa, USA | Last Jan 11, 2019
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Mystery burial in India from Harappan civilisation. [msn.]
Posted by By Elganned | 2 comments | MI, USA | Last Jan 9, 2019
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Posted by By Edgeward | 2 comments | WA, USA | Last Jan 7, 2019
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Hey Dominos TV commercial just had the teacher run out of her math lecture for a Dominos pizza saying you’re never going to use it anyway!! Grrr!
Posted by By Edgeward | 6 comments | WA, USA | Last Jan 6, 2019
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I just finished reading this insightful book by David Frye ' Walls: A History of Civilization in Blood and Brick ' and I highly recommend it. [wsj.com]
Posted by By Surfpirate | 3 comments | Canada | Last Jan 6, 2019
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Having studied the tragic, genocidal, genetic/epigenetic slow-motion passenger train wreck of human brain evolution and function for 40 years, I am as serious as a heart attack when I tell you that ...
Posted by By MoonTiger | 4 comments | Rust Belt, USA | Last Jan 6, 2019
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Ancient tsunami almost wiped out civilization in China. ​ [msn.com]
Posted by By Elganned | 4 comments | MI, USA | Last Jan 3, 2019
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I just watched the film/movie Outlaw King. Apart from Robert the Bruce king of Scots speaking American the plot is not so far off from history considering...Anyone else watched it?
Posted by By qpr81 | 4 comments | Canada | Last Jan 2, 2019
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Why is it hard to prove whether or not the homo erectus theory for China is valid? Are the Chinese just not cooperative? I mean ... mitochondrial DNA genomes should be able to tell is if someone has a...
Posted by By kauva | 4 comments | Oklahoma City, USA | Last Dec 31, 2018
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a question about homo erectus in china. I see that there is a migration theory of a pre homo heidelbergensis hominid populating the eastern asia land of china. Homo erectus. And then we see some ...
Posted by By kauva | 2 comments | Oklahoma City, USA | Last Dec 29, 2018
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Hello people, I'm new to this site and already iv found a group for the current degree I'm studying for, soooo hi like-minded people, haha.
Posted by By Kingmitsi | 8 comments | UK | Last Jan 8, 2019
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Something about Neanderthals - How Neanderthal are you? [bbc.com]
Posted by By mkeaman | 8 comments | HI, USA | Last Jan 6, 2019
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Why do metal detectorists spend endless hours slogging about in the mud, digging up modern junk for the most part? This was a great TV series btw. [youtube.com]
Posted by By Surfpirate | 2 comments | Canada | Last Dec 29, 2018
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A social history question ... I saw an article in SR or one of the others that showed the area around China was populated by a group of hominids who left the african plains before the neandertals ...
Posted by By kauva | 5 comments | Oklahoma City, USA | Last Dec 29, 2018
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Horse in harness found in Pompeii. [bbc.com]
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Posted by By Druvius | 5 comments | Clear Lake IA And Berkeley CA, USA | Last Dec 25, 2018
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4,400 year old tomb in Egypt: "One of a kind." [msn.com]
Posted by By Elganned | 6 comments | MI, USA | Last Dec 17, 2018


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