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10/5/12- 5,000 Year Old Vimana Flying Machine Discovered In Afghanistan  
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Reports are coming out that an ancient flying machine called a "vimana" has been discovered entrapped in a "time well" in Afghanistan. The most disturbing part of this news is that the American soldiers who discovered it suddenly disappeared when removing it. Could these machines be the remarkable flying ships described an ancient India folklore? And could there be a connection to something even extraterrestrial?
9/29/12- Alien Mummy Found In Egypt  
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Has extraterrestrial mummified remains been found in Egypt? Egyptian sources says yes as the archaeology world is left with more questions than answers. Many seem to believe that the alien creature might of been an advisor to the pharaoh given that such care was taken in burying and preserving the extraterrestrial. But while getting a confirmation out of the Egyptian government seems to be impossible, if this discovery is true, some questions will finally be answered.
9/13/12- Ancient Egyptian Amulet Found in Israeli City  
In the ancient city of Jaffa, which is located in Tel Aviv, an Egyptian scarab amulet bearing the cartouche of Amenhotep III has been uncovered. Scarabs were a common symbol during ancient Egyptian times that represented the journey of the sun across the sky, as well as the cycle of life. In this article, you will learn more about this discovery, as well as more on the infamous ruler of ancient Egypt.
9/13/12- Archeology Highlights of September 2012  
In northeastern Vietnam, five hoes made out of stone have been discovered. The Neolithic tools are estimated to date back 4,000 years – constructed out of local stone that had been polished and most likely fitted with wooden handles. In this article, you will learn more about this find, as well as other archeology news that has appeared in September 2012 headlines.
9/4/12- Interesting Facts about the Roman Empire IV  
Some ancient Roman emperors are known for reforming the Empire, while others go down in history as being ruthless. Then, there were others responsible for construction great buildings, such as Theodosius II. In this article, you will learn about the ruler's contribution to history, as well as encounter details on a contributing factor to the fall of Rome.
9/4/12- Ancient Pyramids Found in Antarctica  
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A team of explores have discovered, what they believe to be, ancient pyramids on the continent of Antarctica. While much information is currently being withheld, a few pictures have been leaked that show 3 man made looking structures protruding from the ice. Could these be the remnants of a ancient advanced civilization that has been lost in the annals of time? And if these structures are true, what was left behind for us to find?
9/3/12- Interesting Facts about the Roman Empire III  
When you think of silk production, ancient Rome is probably not a place that first comes to mind. However, it was not easy to get the worms responsible for generating this valuable good. In this article, you will learn how they came to Rome, as well as other interesting facts about the Roman Empire – including information on significant emperors.
9/3/12- Interesting Facts about the Roman Empire II  
From the ruthless Roman emperor Commodus to a host of successful Roman generals, the Roman Empire was an ancient civilization with a lot of intriguing accomplishments and history. In this article, you will encounter interesting facts and trivia about the Roman Empire, including famous last words and the number of people that lived in the region.
9/2/12- Interesting Facts about the Roman Empire I  
The Roman Empire played a significant role in the expansion and advancement of the Western civilization. When it was at its height, the Empire covered more than 2 million square miles that occupied land at the Rhine River and continued onto Egypt, and stretched from Britain to Asia Minor. In this article, you will learn more about the Roman Empire.
9/1/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Facts II  
If publications like the Guinness Book of World Records existed during ancient times, it would be interested to see whose accomplishments would stand the test of time. In the case of one ancient Greek athlete, one of his achievements went unbeaten until 1928. This article highlights this athlete as well as other interesting facts about the ancient world, including trivia regarding ancient wonders of the world and mysterious stone structures.
9/1/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Facts III  
The early beginnings of math, music, law, and science can all be traced to ancient civilizations. From the first laws to inventing objects still in use today, this article will highlight some of the achievements of the ancient past.
8/31/12- Mexican Documentary Will Disclose Mayan Extraterrestrial Connection  
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The Mexican government is cooperating with a film crew that is set to disclose that the Mayan people were in contact with intelligent extraterrestrial life. By allowing access to secret Mayan rooms and artifacts, never displayed to the world, the documentary will present probably the most controversial evidence about alien life. But despite an attempt made by a woman to steal the footage, the documentary is still moving as scheduled to be released by the end of 2012. But will this evidence bring us one step closer to the truth or will it move us one step closer to our end?
8/31/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Facts I  
During ancient days of war, early civilizations did not have bullets, guns and bombs to use. They instead, implemented creative methods of besting their opponents – even if they were ruthless and cruel. In this article, you will encounter some of the ancient war approaches of the Assyrians, Egyptians and Syrians, as well as other facts concerning the ancient world.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Nero Part 2  
The Great Fire was devastating for Rome and the city wanted someone to blame, so Nero pointed the finger at the Christians. Because of this, they were horribly persecuted. Many people were arrested, impaled, and burned to death. In this article, you will learn of further incidents associated with Nero that made him quite unpopular with the people.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Nero Part 1  
Nero was interested in indulging in all of the wealth and luxury that came with being an emperor, but he didn’t care at all for the people he was supposed to be leading. While some believe that it was an incorrect rumor, Nero supposedly "fiddled while Rome burned." In this article, you will learn more about the man that is known as one of the worst emperors of Rome.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Caligula Part 2  
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The ruthlessness of Caligula did not stop with incestuous relationships with his sisters and horrific torture methods, he showed no mercy for the innocent. In this article, you will learn about an incident that tore the public to pieces, as well as some of the participants in his assassination.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Caligula Part 1  
Upon the death of his second cousin Tiberias, Caligula (also known as Gaius) became emperor of Rome – starting in 37 AD. The death of his cousin was suspicious and rumor had it that Caligula had the head of the Praetorian Guard smother the man with a pillow. In this article, you will learn why the leader was not a popular leader of the Roman people.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Elagabalus  
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The Crisis of the 3rd Century (also called the "Military Anarchy" or "Imperial Crisis") was a time period in ancient Roman history that marked the near collapse of the Empire. Invasions ran rampant, many civil wars erupted, plague wiped out communities, and the economy was taking a dive. Some say that Elagabalus' reign jumpstarted this turmoil point in Rome that lasted from 235 to 284. In this article, you will learn more about the ancient Roman emperor who ruled from 218 to 222.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Commodus – Part II  
Being an unpopular emperor meant that there were attempts on your life. Commodus was so disliked that his own sister tried to have him murdered. In the end, his cruelty towards another loved one would be his downfall. In this article, you will learn about the trio of conspirators who were successful in murdering the ancient Roman emperor.
8/30/12- Unpopular Ancient Roman Emperor – Commodus – Part I  
If you have ever seen the movie 'Gladiator' with Russell Crowe, then you are probably already familiar with the ancient leader named Commodus (played by Joaquin Phoenix) – son of Marcus Aurelius – one of the best rulers of Rome. The real life Commodus certainly gave producers a lot to work with because he was just as unpopular during ancient times as he was in the movie.
8/29/12- Ancient Rome – Who is Tiberius?  
Following the rule of Augustus (from 14 to 37 AD), Tiberius came into power – begrudgingly claiming the position of Roman emperor. By birth, he was a Claudian – the son of Tiberius Claudius Nero and livia Drusilla – and when his mother married Augustus, he became the stepson of Octavian. In this article, you will learn more about this former emperor of Rome.
8/29/12- Ancient Rome – Who is Diocletian?  
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Some rulers in Rome were continuously wicked and uncaring of the people, while others accomplished some good before leaving a bad taste in the mouths of their subjects. In this article, you will learn about Diocletian, who started a respectable reign as an ancient Roman emperor, but did not leave this earth on a good note.
8/29/12- Ancient Rome – Who is Domitian?  
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Worshipping Roman gods and goddesses was a popular trend in ancient times, but there came a time when this belief system was no longer being followed in the same manner. This meant that some rulers would greatly clash with the subjects who turned their backs on the Roman deities for a different belief system. In this article, you will learn more about Domitian, who was the third and last emperor of the Flavian dynasty.
8/28/12- Unpopular Roman Emperor - Maximinus Thrax  
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Maximinus Thrax was not a very well-liked emperor because of his role in causing what was known as the Crisis of the 3rd century, which was precipitated by his hand in the murders of several dozen of his closest friends, advisors and supporters. In this article, you will learn more about the distrustful ancient Roman emperor who ruled from 235 to 238.
8/27/12- Ruthless Roman Emperors – Septimius Severus and Caracalla  
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When it comes to tales of 'like father, like son,' Roman emperors Septimius Severus and Caracalla are a pair that go down in history as some of the worst leaders regarding the history of the Empire. From the persecution of religious groups to extreme acts of sadism, you will learn more about this father-son duo in this article.
8/26/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Greek Trivia IV  
The ancient Greeks are involved with many scientific contributions, ways of thinking, and observations of the world. In this article, you will learn about the influences of the likes of Pytheas, Democritus, and Ptolemy.
8/26/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Greek Trivia III  
Ancient civilizations were pretty intelligent and observant for their time. They learned how to use nature, science, and other fields to their advantage. During these days, they also explored the importance of the Solar System with many scholars vying for recognition of theories concerning the planet, stars, moon and sun. In this article, you will learn about some of the discoveries and theories of ancient Greek days.
8/25/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Greek Trivia II  
Modern construction involves the building of towers, skyscrapers, new roads and tunnels that help people get from one point to another. Today, we have many kinds of machines to help with the dirty work that comes with construction. In this article, you will learn about some of the accomplishments of ancient Greeks, including the achievement of Greek architect Eupalinus.
8/25/12- A Hodgepodge of Ancient Greek Trivia I  
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The ancient Greeks had a great deal of influence in the advancement of Western world – especially when it came to mathematics, education and philosophy. The culture offered the globe numerous inventions that are still in use or have been expanded upon over the years. In this article, you will learn more about ancient Greek philosophers and their contributions.
8/4/12- Ancient Chinese Architecture II  
Ancient Chinese architecture paid close attention to detail and style. One of the impressive features of structures built in the past included the courtyard. In this article, you will learn more about this detail, as well as other changes throughout the history of early Chinese architecture.
8/4/12- Ancient Chinese Architecture I  
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When it comes to ancient architecture, the Romans and Greeks are often highlighted for their innovation and style. However, the ancient Chinese are also responsible for creating impressive buildings and structures throughout history. In this article, you will learn about some of the different types of architecture from the ancient Chinese past.
7/29/12- Ancient Discovery in Wisconsin  
In times of new construction, there is always the possibility of workers rediscovering a piece of the past. From ancient roadways to rare artifacts, construction workers have had the pleasure of being some of the first people to rediscover amazing puzzle pieces to the past. In this article, you will learn about a recent find in Wisconsin.
7/26/12- 7 Facts about the Goddess Athena  
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Out of all the Olympian gods and goddesses, Athena ranks high as one of the most renowned and respected. Known as a fair and compassionate deity, the goddess appears in a variety of myths and often takes pity on mortals. In this article, you will learn about the favorite child of Zeus – the leader of the gods.
7/26/12- Greek Goddess Athena in Greek Myths  
When Athena appears in ancient Greek myths, she is often seen as an excellent strategist who enjoys influencing the outcomes of great battles or helping someone that is faced with an impossible task. In this article, you will learn about some of the myths that the goddess is featured in, such as the assistance she gives to heroes, such as Odysseus.
7/25/12- Athena – the Role of the Greek Goddess of Wisdom  
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The tale of Athena (the Greek goddess of wisdom) begins in a most unusual manner and involves her father Zeus, the leader of the Olympian gods and goddesses. In this article, you will learn how Athena made her grand entrance into the world, and more about one of the most well known of ancient Greek deities.
6/25/12- What was the Forum of Caesar?  
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Julius Caesar was an infamous ancient Roman general and statesman, who had many building dedicated in his honor over the years. However, Caesar is responsible for constructing the Forum of Caesar in 46 BC, which was located close to the Forum Romanum in Rome. In this article, you will learn more about the construction and significance of this ancient Roman building.
6/24/12- Circuses of Ancient Rome  
During ancient times, circuses were open-air venues used for public events during the days of the Roman Empire. Sometimes, they provided a marketplace for people to sell their wares and shop for trinkets. Other times, the circuses held outdoor events or allowed government officials to gather. In this article, you will learn about some of the circuses of the Roman Empire, including the Circus Flaminius.
6/24/12- What was the Forum of Augustus?  
The first emperor of the Roman Empire, Augustus, is responsible for building the Forum of Augustus, which was known as one of the Imperial forums in Rome. Not only did the structure serve as a place of honor, but it also was used to store the treasures that came from their battles. In this article, you will learn more about the history and significance of this site.
6/23/12- Ancient Roman Gardens  
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Lovers of flowers, trees and other greenery would probably have loved to roam the ancient gardens in Rome to catch a glimpse at the historical influences in gardening that the city contributed. In this article, you will encounter a few gardens that set the standards in planting and cultivating, including one located at an ancient patrician villa on the edge of Rome.
6/23/12- What Happened at the Collosseum in Rome?  
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During the ancient days of Rome, the Colosseum was one of the most happening places to go when looking for entertainment in town. Not only did the structure host the exciting bravery and strength of gladiators, but it also offered a place for other events to take place. In this article, you will learn more about what went on in the Colesseum, such as the presence of exotic creatures and victory celebrations.
6/22/12- Examples of Ancient Roman Amphitheaters  
When the people of ancient Rome wished to enjoy an outing in town, attending an event at an amphitheater was a popular option thousands of years ago. Throughout the region, these structures were built to accommodate gladiator contests and other activities. In this article, you will learn about two of these structures that thrived during ancient Roman days.
6/22/12- Introducing Ancient Roman Amphitheaters  
During the Roman Empire, people gathered at amphitheaters stretching all over the region. They replaced the tradition of watching gladiatorial fights unfold on hillsides and made it easier (as well as more user friendly) for when special events were held. In this article, you will learn more about the history of ancient amphitheaters in Rome, including the first stone structure of its kind.
6/2/12- The Singing Colossi of Memnon  
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Some of the greatest mysteries of the known world surround objects whose history is not fully known. As the sands of time whip around ancient statues, causing the edges to become worn and cracks to appear on their gaunt soon featureless faces, so too do the stories of their origin become difficult to determine with any accuracy. Historical accounts become worn out and soon unrecognizable from their originals. Only the stories of what others saw in their presence remain. Ruins, like the history surrounding them, soon become what they were crafted from originally - sand and dust. But some say there are certain statues in Egypt that not only stand up to the ravages of time, but will once in a great while even tell their own story to those fortunate enough to gain their favor.
5/28/12- Awful Ancient Positions in Life IV  
Throughout ancient times, there have been people that have sold and bought others. A slaver was a gentleman who sold slaves that were used for work purposes or pleasure. In this article, you will learn what a slaver, ornatrix and gymnasiarch did during ancient times.
5/28/12- Awful Ancient Positions in Life III  
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During ancient times, some jobs of the past were especially harsh on the body. Some men had the limits of their strength and pain levels tested on a daily basis. In this article, you will encounter ancient jobs that involved the body – two of which centered on manual labor.
5/28/12- Awful Ancient Positions in Life II  
Some jobs during ancient times dealt with unbearable smells, while others involved the dirty work that no one else wanted to do. In this article, you will encounter ancient positions in life that truly tested the limits of the senses – namely the nose and mouth.
5/28/12- Awful Ancient Positions in Life  
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We've seen the TV reality shows that highlight some of the world's dirtiest and dangerous jobs. However, with a lack of technology, resources and safety measures, the ancient world has seen its fair share of awful positions and career choices. For some people, they had no choice but to follow their lot in life. In this article, you will learn about some of these unfortunate professions from the past.
5/12/12- A Curious Roman Artifact  
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The wealth of archaeological artifacts left behind by the Roman Empire throughout the world has answered many questions burning about the ancient civilization. From the writings of Livius Andronicus to the philosophical musings of stoic philosophers like Seneca the Younger, the limits of Roman conquest and innovation was an unparalleled story of early civilization for centuries. And yet some of the artifacts left behind leave more questions than answers. Among some of the strangest unexplained Roman Artifacts are the Roman dodecahedrons.
5/3/12- Ancient Greek Philosophers – Plato's Phaedo III  
Socrates believes that his soul will leave his body and live on in an eternal state. He does not see the body left behind as his own since the soul will no longer inhabit it. If his body is buried or burned, he does not want people to fret since the body no longer is Socrates. These are some of the final thoughts he expresses in "Phaedo." In this article, you will learn some of the final actions of the philosopher before he drinks his execution sentence.
5/3/12- Ancient Greek Philosophers – Plato's Phaedo II  
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An array of topics is addressed in Plato's "Phaedo" – a dialogue that concentrates on the final days of Socrates who is awaiting execution. Because of the impending end of a great philosopher, much of the subject matter presents viewpoints concerning death, the afterlife and the soul. In this article, you will learn more about the topics discussed in "Phaedo."

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