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12 Must-Have Historical Holiday Decorations and Traditions

Each December, as we unpack our favorite holiday treasures, we recall their personal significance: Grandma’s Christmas china, mother’s hand-sewn tree ...
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Study upends timeline for Iroquoian history

(Cornell University) New research from Cornell University raises questions about the timing and nature of early interactions between indigenous people ...
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12 Must-Have Historical Holiday Decorations and Traditions

Each December, as we unpack our favorite holiday treasures, we recall their personal significance: Grandma’s Christmas china, mother’s hand-sewn tree ...
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Has Stonehenge Been Damaged By Tunnel Drilling?

Archaeologists have accused a construction crew of drilling into an ancient platform about a mile away from the famous Stonehenge ...
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The Most Amazing Historical Discoveries of 2018

From a 13,000-year-old brewery to a long-lost ancient city supposedly built by Trojan War captives, it was an eventful year ...
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VIDEO: The Attack on Pearl Harbor – Armchair Historian

Griffin Johnsen, the Armchair Historian, delves into the background and aftermath of the fateful Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbor ...
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Who Invented Candy Canes?

If anyone had cause to wonder about the allure of the candy cane, look no further than the words of ...
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Why is This Medieval Skeleton Wearing Thigh-High Boots?

These boots were made for walking—and surviving the ravages of time. In London, archaeologists discovered the 500-year-old skeleton of a ...
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FILM RECON Interview: Jack Lowden on “Mary Queen of Scots”

Jack Lowden, 28, is a successful and award-winning actor. Prior to being cast as Lord Darnley in Josie Rourke’s Mary Queen of ...
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FILM RECON Interview: Beau Willimon on “Mary Queen of Scots”

Beau Willimon, 41, is a successful screenwriter and playwright. Prior to writing Mary Queen of Scots, Willimon developed the American adaptation of House ...
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