Magna Carta (Photo by Ash Mills)
Magna Carta (Photo by Ash Mills)

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Women's History Month: La Malinche

La Malinche, 1501-1529. 

“Many Mexicans consider her a traitor who betrayed her own people - to this day calling someone La Malinche is considered an insult. Personally I think she was stuck in between a rock and a hard place and has got a pretty unfair rep. She did what…

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Women's History Month: Khadija

“The first wife of the prophet Mohammed; Khadija was a successful business women in her own right who controlled one of the most important caravan trade routes in the region. She was the first Muslim and believed in Mohammed before he believed in himself. Not only was she an extraordinary…

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2019's Most Exciting Archaeological Discoveries So Far

If you have a keen interest in archaeology, you'll have been keeping up with news of the most recent finds. However, there have been so many this year already that you may have missed a few. We've rounded up the ones we've considered to be the most exciting...…

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What Did The Romans Ever Do For Us?

It will come as no surprise that the Romans made a name for themselves because of their incredible feats of ancient engineering, from their roads and bridges, to their mighty aqueducts and tunnels. The fact that many of these monuments are still standing today is testament to their craftsmanship and…

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