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7 Historical And Sacred Places To Visit in the Vatican City
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7 Historical And Sacred Places To Visit in the Vatican City

Vatican City is known as the smallest state in the world. It shares borders with Rome and is known as…
Nearly 18,000 Ancient Manuscripts From The Vatican’s Archives Published Online
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Nearly 18,000 Ancient Manuscripts From The Vatican’s Archives Published Online

Founded in 1451 by Nicholas V, the Vatican Library holds pivotal cultural documents from all of humanity; letters of the…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Ancient Roman Gladiators
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Ancient Roman Gladiators

What would I not give to be able to go back in time and visit the Colosseum in Rome during…
8 Things You Should Know About The Tulli Papyrus, Ancient Egypt’s Mass UFO Sighting
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8 Things You Should Know About The Tulli Papyrus, Ancient Egypt’s Mass UFO Sighting

Ancient Egypt is known for various things, such as its amazingly rich culture, spectacular civilization, but also for its very peculiar…
5 Things You Should Know About 3 Obelisks of the Ancient World
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5 Things You Should Know About 3 Obelisks of the Ancient World

We’ve probably seen obelisks at least once in our lifetime. These ancient structures have survived for thousands of years and…
Here Are 3 Perplexing Accounts of UFO Sightings in Antiquity
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Here Are 3 Perplexing Accounts of UFO Sightings in Antiquity

UFOs are a global Phenomenon. All around th world, no matter the country we look at, people have reported seeing…
The Alleged ‘Prophecies of John of Jerusalem’, One of the Founders of the Knights Templar
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The Alleged ‘Prophecies of John of Jerusalem’, One of the Founders of the Knights Templar

Jehan de Vézelay who is also known as John of Jerusalem (1042-1119) is, according to a book published in 1994…
Why the Idea of Alien Life now Seems Inevitable and Possibly Imminent
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Why the Idea of Alien Life now Seems Inevitable and Possibly Imminent

Extraterrestrial life, that familiar science-fiction trope, that kitschy fantasy, that CGI nightmare, has become a matter of serious discussion, a…
This is the World’s Oldest Continually Operating Library, Where Lost Languages Have Been Found
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This is the World’s Oldest Continually Operating Library, Where Lost Languages Have Been Found

It’s a library that not many people have heard about. Located on the Sinai Peninsula, Saint Catherine’s Monastery is home…
Leonardo da Vinci Saw in Animals the ‘Image of the World’
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Leonardo da Vinci Saw in Animals the ‘Image of the World’

About six months ago I stopped eating meat. I was teaching a graduate course at UCLA that investigated how Italian…
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