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The Islamic State destroys sculptures in Palmyra

The Islamic State destroys sculptures in Palmyra

Social media has once again been the tools that Islamic State terrorists have used to post images of the destruction of part of Syria's most important cultural heritage, with the IBT website reporting that the images were taken in Aleppo province. A statement from the Islamic State stated that the group's militiamen found traffickers with effigies of idols.

Sturgeon Bay IX-826 - History

Sturgeon Bay IX-826 - History

Sturgeon Bay(IX-27: t. 826 (net); Ibp. 245& 39;0& 34;; b. 42& 39;0& 34;; dr. 23& 39;11& 34;(mean); dph. 26& 39;; s. 10 k.)Sturgeon Bay, a freighter built in 1918 by the Lake & Ocean Navigation Co. at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., was acquired by the Navy from the Shipping Board on 24 September 1921 and assigned to the 9th Naval District.

Paranormal: Activity and Events

Paranormal: Activity and Events

Paranormal activity refers to any event or situation outside the scope of modern scientific reasoning, such as UFO sightings, the Roswell crash, the predictions of Nostradamus and other curiosities.

Truths and lies about the Invincible Armada

Truths and lies about the Invincible Armada

It is a fact that history is told from a certain perspective, in most cases from that point of view that interests the dominant power. We must therefore assume that the history we know is not as accurate and real as it should be, since historians, over time, have not been able to remain independent in their research.

Triumph of Marcus Aurelius

Triumph of Marcus Aurelius

A panel from a Roman sarcophagus depicting the triumph of Marcus Aurelius. (Capitoline Museums, Rome)

Oldest rock art belongs to Neanderthals and not modern humans

Oldest rock art belongs to Neanderthals and not modern humans

The oldest known rock art in the world was created by Neanderthals 60,000 years ago, at least 20,000 years before modern humans arrived in Europe, proving that our extinct cousins ​​were able to think symbolically like us. This is the result of a study published yesterday in the journal Science, whereby, through a new technology, the most precise age so far of ancient cave paintings in three different archaeological sites in Spain was revealed.