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  1. Australia’s First People Were “Hunter-Banana Cultivators”

    ... “retaining walls” which have been associated with gardening activities, and the excavators also found a network ... yr BP (Before Present) and it indicated “burning for gardening activities,” and furthermore, “stone flake ... in bananas. Septics among you that might shun my anecdotal gardening evidence might read this article from the Micro ...

    ashley cowie - 15/08/2020 - 03:15

  2. Reviving a Leafy Dinosaur: The Wollemi Pine

    ... revived through the worldwide cultivation of the plant for gardening purposes. Wollemi Pine, one of the oldest known ...

    Caleb Strom - 17/10/2017 - 18:49

  3. Cave Holds Evidence of a 20,000-year-old Kangaroo Meat Family BBQ

    ... team excavating the site have no choice but to use small gardening tools to go through the huge cache of prehistoric ...

    Alicia McDermott - 30/05/2018 - 23:00

  4. Native Americans revive squash from seeds found in an 800-year-old pot

    ... with the American Indian Center’s Growing Circle gardening club and others had grown them before. The Growing ...

    Mark Miller - 11/11/2015 - 00:46

  5. Bagh-e Fin Garden: Natural Beauty, Sacred Symbolism, and a Gruesome Story

    An oasis of lush vegetation can be found in an arid region of Iran. The Fin Garden is regarded as one of the most beautiful gardens of its type, and it has been reported that this is the oldest surviving Persian garden in Iran. Reflecting its location and sacred symbolism, the Fin Garden is a masterpiece combining natural and man-made elements.

    dhwty - 14/06/2017 - 18:54

  6. The Monumental and Mysterious Silbury Hill

    Silbury Hill is a prehistoric site located near Stonehenge and Avebury (a Neolithic henge monument) in the southwestern English county of Wiltshire. Silbury Hill has been measured to be 30 m (98.4252 ft.) tall and 160 m (524.93ft.) in width, thus making it the largest artificial earth mound from Europe’s prehistoric period. This structure was constructed mainly of chalk that was excavated from the surrounding area. Today, Silbury Hill is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site known as ‘Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites’.

    dhwty - 17/04/2016 - 22:05

  7. Heaven on Earth: The Ancient Roots of The Backyard Garden

    ... Xenophon notes with admiration the king’s impeccable gardening skills which matched his royal virtue. Seleucus I , ...

    ancient-origins - 27/01/2019 - 13:58

  8. Ancient Maya citadel discovered in Belize is an anomaly

    ... the traditional Maya agricultural practice of forest gardening, a methodology for sustainability thought to be a ...

    Mark Miller - 28/03/2015 - 23:59

  9. Emperor Diocletian: The Stabilizer of Rome Had a Green Thumb

    ... modern day Croatia), where he apparently spent his time gardening. When Maximian wrote to him suggesting that he ...

    dhwty - 13/11/2018 - 01:50

  10. A Monument of Faith: The Magnificent Pena Palace in Sintra

    ... and small surprising details. It is a masterpiece of gardening and sort of a Wonderland for Portugal. In 1910, ...

    Natalia Klimczak - 31/07/2016 - 04:01

  11. Two thousand year old Mercury figurine found in Yorkshire

    ... users, we also see many finds from people field-walking, gardening, renovating houses and even those out walking ...

    Robin Whitlock - 05/06/2015 - 02:37

  12. Medieval Anchorites Were Experts at Self-Isolation, And They Give This Advice

    ... the next step. Mentally absorbing hobbies, such as crafts, gardening or reading, are another time-honoured strategy for ...

    ancient-origins - 30/03/2020 - 02:02

  13. Storming the Bastille – Do French Ghosts Haunt a National Holiday?

    Little appeals to the heart of Americans more than a story of a rebellion against a tyrannical government. And so, it’s not entirely surprising that many in America live it up on Bastille Day each year, celebrating alongside the French people on France’s national holiday, le 14 julliet. But why do Americans observe a French nation holiday? And do they know about the dark specters that haunt this deadly and bloody historic event?

    lizleafloor - 10/07/2018 - 15:28