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Top 5 Historic Day Trip Sites to Visit Close to Dublin
Articleby Wanda Marcussen

Top 5 Historic Day Trip Sites to Visit Close to Dublin

Ireland is filled with historical sites and monuments. The 'Emerald Isle' always has something new in store for those who venture there and are eager to learn about its fascinating past. Many sites have a mystical past told through legends...
Origins of World Agriculture
Articleby James Hancock

Origins of World Agriculture

Agriculture arose independently at several locations across the world, beginning about 12,000 years ago. The first crops and livestock were domesticated in six rather diffuse areas including the Near East, China, Southeast Asia, and Africa...
Interview: The Ancient Southwest
Interviewby James Blake Wiener

Interview: The Ancient Southwest

Pre-Columbian civilizations of the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico include the Hohokam who occupied the US state of Arizona, the Anasazi or Ancestral Pueblo Peoples who resided in the Four Corners Region, and the Mogollon who...
Interview: Bringing Down the Roman Empire in a Game
Interviewby Jan van der Crabben

Interview: Bringing Down the Roman Empire in a Game

Today we are talking to Jon Shafer, lead designer of the computer game At the Gates, now available on PC, Mac, and Linux. In this game, you control a Barbarian tribe during the Migration Age, helping them survive, grow, and hopefully bring...
Roman Warfare in the Age of Pyrrhus
Articleby Christopher L. Serafin

Roman Warfare in the Age of Pyrrhus

The Roman army fought many conflicts throughout its long history, though perhaps none so indelible as the Pyrrhic War from 280 to 275 BCE. This war between Rome and a league of Greek colonies in southern Italy led by the city of Tarentum...
History of the Phoenicians: The Maritime Superpowers of the Mediterranean
Videoby Kelly Macquire

History of the Phoenicians: The Maritime Superpowers of the Mediterranean

The Phoenicians were the maritime superpowers of the Mediterranean. Their culture flourished and was at its most powerful between 1500 and 332 BCE when Alexander the Great entered the region and decimated the cities and their populations...
Why Did the Dutch Give Up New York?
Videoby Soliloquy

Why Did the Dutch Give Up New York?

New York is one of the most influential cities in the world; economically, culturally and diplomatically it is a powerhouse. It’s population also largely speaks English, a legacy America has from it’s past as a British colony. But the English...
Reconstructions of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Image Galleryby Arienne King

Reconstructions of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

This gallery presents six digital reconstructions of UNESCO World Heritage Sites threatened by forces like climate change, terrorism, and urbanization. Included are sites ranging from Jerusalem to Micronesia, with dates spanning from antiquity...
Henry Hudson Portrait
Imageby Unknown Artist

Henry Hudson Portrait

A speculative portrait of Henry Hudson (c. 1565 -1611 CE) that was made around 1885. Hudson was an English sea navigator who explored areas of present-day Canada and parts of the modern New York metropolitan area. He was working for the Dutch...
Economy & Trade in Ancient Greece
Quizby Marion Wadowski

Economy & Trade in Ancient Greece

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