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The best movies of the ancient Egypt

On Thursday, the 18th February, 2010
The best movies of the ancient Egypt

A historical films relation ambientadas in Egypt. After the success of The Romans' best movies and The best movies of medieval adventures there comes to his screens a ten movies of the historical genre ambientadas in the ancient Egypt, with his pyramids, his Pharaohs and his mummies. It is not doubt of that the figure...
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Annie Besant

On Monday, the 15th February, 2010
Annie Besant

She was successively a catholic, a Socialist, an atheist, masona, teósofa and politics. Photo: Wikipedia. Annie Wood was born in 1847, in London, in a family of middle class of Irish origin and along his life it was always proud to be an Irish. His father, doctor, died when she was five years old, leaving the family in the difficult one...
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California City

On Friday, the 8th January, 2010
California City

A sleep lost in the desert. Photo: apprehension of Google Earth. In the desert of Mojave, in the county of Kern, California, they can turn in air photos, of satellite or of Google Earth, a few lines planned in desert plenary meeting that resemble the famous Nazca lines in Peru. But in this case there is no possibility...
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The Romans' best movies

On Wednesday, the 30th December, 2009
The Romans' best movies

Classified according to the historical periods of the ancient Rome Immediately after The article about The best movies of medieval adventures, my friend José Antonio Ortega Anguiano - who in addition to film fan is one of the biggest experts in cómic of this country - had the amiability to send to me a work that he wrote on the Romans' movies...
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The most important archaeological discoveries of 2009

On Monday, the 14th December, 2009
The most important archaeological discoveries of 2009

According to the magazine Archaeology Todos the years in these dates the magazine Archaeology offers his top have of the archaeological discoveries. This is the relation of the correspondents to 2009 (the linkage goes to pages in Castilian when I could have found them; if not, in English) Master of Úcupe. Photo: Archaeology Master of Úcupe, Peru (this discovery...
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The Iberia of the Caucasus

On Tuesday, the 8th December, 2009
The Iberia of the Caucasus

In the current Georgia a country called Iberia existed in the antiquity Scenery of Tusheti, province to the North-East of Georgia. Photo: Wikipedia. Lidia Ilona Buscando other things, and for this so frequent phenomenon in Internet that they call serendipia, I have met on a titled work “The terms “Iberia“ e “Iberians“ in the Greco-Roman sources: I study about his...
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The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

On Monday, the 26th October, 2009
The discovery of the army of terracotta of Xian

Some of the protagonists of the find, already pensioners, it comment today on Photo: Wikipedia Desde the exhibition of 2004 in Madrid we have spoken several times of the famous soldiers of terracotta who keep the grave of the first Chinese emperor Qin Shi Huang, close to Xian. But we had never told either how the discovery was, or what persons intervened...
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