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  1. Sexual Exploits and Exploitation along the Silk Road

    ... historians because of the contributions it made to trade and the economy, as well as society in general. The Silk Road ... historians because of the contributions it made to trade and the economy, as well as society in general. One aspect of ... consensual and non-consensual. The Silk Road was used to transport all kinds of slaves from place to place, and sex ...

    Molly Dowdeswell - 28/09/2022 - 01:39

  2. From Sumerian Gods to Modern Day: The Long History of Slavery and Lost Children

    ... law enforcement to rescue children from sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. The film has been praised for its ... with raising awareness of the modern child slavery problem and the work of  O.U.R. Child slavery is almost certainly ... to occur in the modern world. But occur they do, and, it seems, have been a lamentable part of humanity for as ...

    beth - 22/09/2023 - 15:00

  3. The Exotic Menagerie: The Wild Animals Slaughtered in Gladiator Games

    The ancient Roman gladiator games were a spectacle of blood and brutality that captivated audiences for centuries.  The ... ancient Roman gladiator games were a spectacle of blood and brutality that captivated audiences for centuries. While ... no food or water until they became weak enough to easily transport. Then once they got to Rome, the animals would be ...

    Robbie Mitchell - 22/06/2023 - 22:52

  4. Pompeii: The Ancient Roman City Frozen in Time

    ... the inhabitants of the city were a mixture of the elite and slaves. No matter what their social class was, they all led fascinating and sometimes scandalous lives. The residents of Pompeii left ... of gates served to separate pedestrian and vehicular traffic such as carts transporting produce. Within the walls, ...

    Sarah P Young - 07/07/2019 - 01:40

  5. The Gruesome Story of Tyburn Tree, London’s Infamous Gallows

    In the modern day and age, crime is no less present than it was several hundred ... Edgware Road, and Bayswater Road. The exact location is a traffic island, and is marked with a commemorative plaque and ... The stone commemorating the Tyburn Tree site on the traffic island at the junction of Edgware Road and Marble ...

    Aleksa Vučković - 10/10/2020 - 21:51

  6. Treasure, Jesus and an Elaborate Hoax: The Story of Bérenger Saunière

    ... corrupt priest, an ancestral link to Jesus Christ and hidden treasure, the story of Bérenger Saunière and Rennes-le-Château is like something one would expect to ... corrupt priest, an ancestral link to Jesus Christ and hidden treasure, the story of Bérenger Saunière and ...

    Molly Dowdeswell - 17/06/2022 - 22:48

  7. Ten Stunning Yet Little Known Ancient Treasures Across Africa

    ... that predate the pyramids by tens of thousands of years, and the remains of towns that have seen the rise and fall of countless civilizations, there is no shortage of ... 8th century A.D. and the late 16th century A.D. With such traffic along the trade route, it would be reasonable for ...

    aprilholloway - 03/11/2015 - 20:42

  8. Sijilmasa: The Golden Oasis and Africa's El Dorado

    ... a fundamental role, particularly as a source of wealth and power. Throughout ancient African history, gold has ... a fundamental role, particularly as a source of wealth and power. Meanwhile, the cities that thrived on the gold ... to take advantage of the town’s wealth, and all the traffic that passed through it. Much to the misfortune of the ...

    Aleksa Vučković - 12/06/2023 - 14:55

  9. Egypt: Tombs and Temples Tour

    ... us on an all-inclusive (excl flights) tour from Jan 05-12 and live that Egyptian dream. An adventure week in Luxor, ... maybe some crawling, climbing in and out of minibus transport, and hopping on and off boats. That said there are ... the Cairo day, although that might be difficult with Cairo traffic. The airport is to the north-east and we will be in ...

    ancient origins - 12/11/2018 - 23:37

  10. The Lifegiving Aqueduct of Segovia, a Glorious Roman Heritage

    ... glimpse into the origins of modern construction, and it became a stepping stone into the iconic medieval ... of the town of Segovia and the onset of motorized traffic , all threatened the survival of the aqueduct, even ... old town of Segovia. The location was the place of a busy traffic intersection, and vehicles passed in several lanes ...

    Aleksa Vučković - 19/10/2019 - 23:03

  11. Lake Erie a Graveyard For Ships, May Hold up to 2,500 Sunken Vessels

    ... Lake Erie has seen more than its share of catastrophe and tragedy. While it is the second smallest of the five ... Lake Erie has seen more than its share of catastrophe and tragedy. While it is the second smallest of the five ... as 2,500 according to the estimates of some archaeologists and historians. So far, only 277 of these wrecked vessels ...

    Nathan Falde - 31/10/2021 - 22:01

  12. The Impact of COVID-19: Archaeological Digs Fall Silent

    Several layers of plastic and geotextile membranes protect the remains of a Neolithic ... place, held down by old tires. Several layers of plastic and geotextile membranes protect the remains of a Neolithic ... 2,400 BC, with finds like pottery, painted walls, bones, and stone tools. Nick Card, the director of excavations, ...

    Irena Velez - 14/05/2021 - 23:01

  13. Well-preserved, Ancient Wooden Road Discovered Beneath Old Polish Town

    ... Poland, developed as an important trade center in the 16th and 17th centuries and now an amazing ancient wooden road (one of the longest in ... times. Initially they were built to facilitate foot traffic for those crossing impossible terrains, like marshes, ...

    Sahir - 10/06/2021 - 18:55

  14. The Lost Knowledge of the Ancients: Were Humans the First? Part 3: Science in Antiquity

    ... our background of spaceships, skyscrapers, wonder drugs, and atomic reactors we are apt to minimize the scientific ... ancients. This is a mistake. [ READ PART 2 ] Dealing with Traffic Issues The peoples of the past had many of the ... years that science began to pick up again. Achievements in Transport The first cart and first boat were built by the ...

    Sam Bostrom - 09/07/2017 - 23:12

  15. Prehistoric Lines Across Malta Defy Explanation: The Cart Ruts of Misrah Ghar il-Kbir

    The islands of Malta and Gozo in the Maltese archipelago are scarred with ... differently? Clapham Junction": The Intriguing Traffic Jam of Misrah Ghar il-Kbir The purpose of the ruts ... were built. Could it be that the sleds were used to transport heavy quarried rock from far off to the temple ...

    lizleafloor - 22/01/2024 - 13:53

  16. The Curse of the Mijikenda Vigango Statues

    ... Mijikenda tribes. These 4-foot wooden statues were stolen and sold to western tourists and international art collectors. Since then, the Vigango ... statues have been discovered in private art collections and museums throughout Europe and the United States. A ...

    B. B. Wagner - 28/02/2021 - 22:08

  17. Are There Really Plans to Build a Tunnel Under Stonehenge?

    The UK Department for Transport has announced major plans to transform the A303 ... site of Stonehenge. Their plans are to improve traffic in the area as well as change the appearance and feel of the site by building a tunnel under the megaliths ...

    Alicia McDermott - 13/01/2017 - 21:52

  18. The Historic Growth of the Christmas Tree

    ... produce plastic replicas? So, let’s climb on the sleigh and take a ride around this seasonal item, so emblematic of the growth of market economics and world trade, for an informed choice between natural or ... and Ho Chi Minh City. Helicopter hoisting of firs in transport trucks in Oregon.  Noble Mountain Tree Farm On the ...

    ancient-origins - 21/12/2019 - 01:56

  19. Spectacular Peruvian Rope Bridge, last of its kind, carries forward tradition of the Inca

    ... Considered a sacred expression of ritual, history and renewal, Peruvians annually spend three days weaving the ... communication, strengthening centuries-old bonds and reaffirming their cultural identity,” according to the ... over the gorge and supports local foot and herd-animal traffic, as it has for hundreds of years. MORE Thirteen-angle ...

    lizleafloor - 28/02/2015 - 21:50

  20. Ostia Antica: The First Roman Colony

    ... Ostia). Ostia Antica was the harbor city of ancient Rome and was therefore an important commercial center. The city ... around the 3rd century AD. This decline was gradual, and Ostia Antica was finally abandoned during the 9th century ... in Grand Roman Style Although much of Rome’s harbor traffic went to Portus, Ostia Antica did not experience a ...

    dhwty - 30/10/2019 - 12:49

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