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14 August, 2020 - 21:41
How Deserts Played A Key Role in the Building of Egypt
Egyptian deserts surrounded the ancient civilization of Egypt, and for many they were feared as places of danger and chaos. However, the Egyptians were also very dependent upon these desert regions...
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2 October, 2017 - 15:25
Prehistoric Romeo and Juliet Lived Apart: But Why? The People of the Shoals and The People of the Hills
Just north of Augusta, Georgia, USA, near what is called the Fall Line of the Savannah River, lies Stallings Island. It has given its name to the culture that sparked the second great American...
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8 March, 2017 - 15:30
The Man Who Wished to Own the World – Eannatum: The First Conqueror? Part II
Eannatum’s tour of Elam, Urua, and Umma paid off. He controlled provinces and regions rich with resources. He had metal to produce weapons and fertile fields to grow food—both of which were used to...
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6 March, 2017 - 15:28
King Destroys Those on his Hit List, One by One – Eannatum: The First Conqueror? Part I
Between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, lies a land known as Mesopotamia. It was here that men found suitable land, which they pierced, ripped, and seeded. Once the seeds took root, civilization was...
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15 April, 2016 - 21:51
The Ancient Inhabitants of Easter Island were not the Cause of the Deforestation on the Island
A team of Spanish scientists has managed to reconstruct the past 3,000 years of history of Easter Island. Their new findings show that deforestation of the island occurred gradually, and not in all...
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3 November, 2013 - 03:57
How smart were the Neanderthals really?
This is the question that experts have been trying to answer for decades and recent research has added to the growing opinion that Neanderthals were much smarter than we had previously given them...
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