History

Last updated: 2017.05.12 11:17

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Are You Ready To Get Whipped For Love? Check out the "Hamar Tribe" in Ethiopia

A brutal tradition in which women from the Hamar tribe in Ethiopia get whipped to demonstrate their love for their men has been spotlighted by photographer Jeremy Hunter. The women of this tribe engage…

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What is Good Friday and why do we eat fish on Good Friday?

GOOD Friday marks the start of the Easter weekend, but why is it called Good Friday? Christians mark Good Friday in Jerusalem What is Good Friday? Good Friday is a Christian holiday that commemorates…

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Chief Obafemi Awolowo

Chief Obafemi Awolowo (1909-1987) was a Nigerian nationalist, a political leader, and a principal participant in the struggle for Nigerian independence. Obafemi Awolowo was born in Ikenné, Western State,…

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Medusa in Myth and Literary History

In Greek Myth medusa1.jpg (59124 bytes)Medusa, one of the three Gorgons, daughter of Phorcys and Ceto. She was the only one of the Gorgons who was subject to mortality. She is celebrated for her personal…

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Archaeologists discover 7,000-year-old lost city in Egypt

The city was likely the home of high-ranking officials and grave builders, experts say The lost city was unearthed close to Luxor, one of Egypt's biggest tourist destinations Egypt has unearthed a more…

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Inside story of Indonesian Dani tribe where women are expected to amputate a finger when relatives die

Inside the isolated Indonesian Dani tribe where women are expected to amputate a finger when relatives die… and the men have some rather eye-catching outfits! WARNING: PICTURES CONTAIN NUDITY The Dani…

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Restorers Uncover The Slab That Held The Body Of Jesus Christ For The First Time In Centuries

The stone slab was inside a chamber of Jesus's tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem Original surface, that was encased in marble since at least 1555 AD was exposed during restoration…

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The history of THOMAS YOUNG

Thomas Young (13 June 1773 – 10 May 1829) was an English polymath and physician. Young made notable scientific contributions to the fields of vision, light, solid mechanics, energy, physiology, language,…

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13 Incredible Things You Never Knew About OGBONI Fraternity

A lot has been said about the Ogbonis but what is fact and what is fiction? I have written this piece on the Ogbonis for your reading pleasure. Have a nice time with it. Like Freemasons and the Illuminati,…

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