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The Capture of Atahualpa. Juan B. Lepiani,  (1864-1932)(Public Domain)
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 03:37

From the moment Christopher Columbus found land previously unknown to Europe in 1492, thousands of men came to the New World seeking their fortunes and for two centuries they explored and conquered native peoples. 

The Gate of Imperial Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc in Hue, Vietnam.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 01:51

Vietnam was ruled by many emperors during its long and turbulent history. Emperor Tu Duc, one of the longest-reigning monarchs in the nation’s history, constructed a tomb complex which is truly remarkable, and he has left us with a great mystery.

The Age of Discovery was a time when European explorers journeyed across the world. Source: oleskalashnik/Adobe Stock
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 23:02

The Age of Discovery (also known as the Age of Exploration) refers to an exciting era in European history when a number of extensive overseas voyages took place. 

Main: The Church of St Botolph (‘the demon church’), Skidbrooke.       Source: Dave Hitchborne / CC BY-SA 2.0. Inset: Burning flames on a pentagram/satanic symbol. Source: Sunshine Seeds / Adobe stock
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 18:58

A 13th century English church, notoriously ‘the demon church’, is being defended by the Church of England who assure historic prayers will stop black magic rituals being performed inside.

Main: Amazon jungle in Peru. Source: Christian / Adobe Stock. Inset: A close-up of one of the engravings on the Peruvian monolith. Source: Daniel Fernandez-Davila / Exact Metrology.
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 12:42

A 2000-year-old jungle monolith decorated with circles, spirals and feline fangs has been 3D scanned in its remote Peruvian location.

St Dunstan crowns King Edgar
Sunday, January 26, 2020 - 22:38

King Edgar (the Peaceful) was the first king of ‘all England’ - including the kingdoms of Scotland, Mercia, and Wessex, and his coronation at an Anglo-Saxon abbey as a divine ruler recognized b

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