Category Archives: History

Barbarian Overtures

“Hullo luv, I’m home!” “Hagar, wipe your feet before coming in!” “I’m only here for a minute… King Harold says we’re off with the tide and I just have to pick up a few things to take along…” “Sure… again … Continue reading

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Pass the Soap…

The American Professor Darius Arya has just finished a ten week excavation of an exceptionally well preserved Roman Bath Complex that dates to the Second Century.  Originally thought to be part of the magnificent residence of the “billionaire” of the day, … Continue reading

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National Symbols

Who gets to decide this stuff? Was there a “blue ribbon” panel formed to come up with the lion for England? Sometimes opinion is divided. Two examples come to mind. Our Revolutionary “forefathers” settled on the Bald Eagle for our … Continue reading

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New Discovery From Lascaux

In September of 1940 four teenagers discovered the Caves of Lascaux. The famous frescoes inside have been the subject of much interpretation and speculation. The paintings date back 17,000 years are thought to be incredible representations of life in the … Continue reading

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