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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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Telephone box turned into library

On Wednesday, the 2nd December, 2009
Telephone box turned into library

New uses acquire the cabins withdrawn from the service Photo: BBC Since British Telecom began to 'retire' the traditional telephone boxes these has acquired new uses. Someone have turned into sanitary ware, showers or decorative elements. In the people of Westbury-sub-Mendip, in Somerset, they have had the idea of transforming a cabin into a minilibrary with capacity...
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Peter Randall-Page

On Tuesday, the 30th June, 2009
Peter Randall-Page

Geologic sculptures Between the Lines (2007) The Park of Sculptures of Yorkshire presents an exhibition of the British artist Peter Randall-Page (1954). This sculptor carves the stone imitating natural geologic forms, as for example fossil. I translate some lucubrations for them on his works, of those that so much it likes doing to the artists: Our most intimate comprehension of the form...
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They find graves of 6.000 years ago close to Stonehenge

On Wednesday, the 17th June, 2009
They find graves of 6.000 years ago close to Stonehenge

The famous monument keeps on being a news occasionally Photo: Wikipedia The archaeologists have discovered in Hampshire a prehistoric complex, including two graves of the Neolithic period, of 6.000 years of antiquity. The graves had gone unnoticed till now, in spite of being in a few breeding grounds to only 15 miles of Stonehenge, and...
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The Association for the Rationality in Dressing of Lady Harberton

On Tuesday, the 22nd April, 2008
The Association for the Rationality in Dressing of Lady Harberton

At the end of the XIXth century there was in England a movement to rationalize the way of dressing, especially of the women The Association for the Rationality in Dressing (Rational Dress Society) was created in 1881 in London by Florence Wallace Pomeroy (1843-1911) known as Lady Harberton, for the purpose of liberating the woman of...
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Cecil Williamson and the Museum of the Witchcraft

On Tuesday, the 28th I Wither, 2007
Cecil Williamson and the Museum of the Witchcraft

It was created in 1951 and it is in Great Britain Lately I am discovering a few museums that leave of the current thing. Questionable Medical Devices and to the Museum of the Bottle openers, the Museum of the Witchcraft joins that of Unusual Traces now. It has truly seemed with the Surnateum (Museum of Supernatural History) of which us...
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Isabella Bird

On Monday, the 13th November, 2006
Isabella Bird

Adventuress for optional prescription Me fits the doubt if Isabella Bird (Boroughbridge, 1831 – Edinburgh, 1904) was a psychopathological case or a sassy person. A singular woman and a nice aunt in any of the cases. His father and his maternal grandfather were shepherds of the Anglican Church, therefore we can imagine the familiar ambience...
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