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Shannon Bream: The meanest mom in the world

Maybe having the world’s meanest mom wasn’t such a bad thing after all. Continue reading

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Grave of ancient Christian ‘prince’ reveals its treasures, is UK’s ‘King Tut’s tomb’

Archaeologists in the U.K. have revealed new details of the earliest Christian royal burial ever found in Britain, which they compared to the famous King King Tutankhamun’s tomb Continue reading

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Elephant Man’s unmarked grave discovered in the same cemetery as Jack the Ripper victims

An author in the U.K. has located the unmarked grave of Joseph Merrick, who is known as the Elephant Man, more than a century after his death. Continue reading

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5,000-year-old mass grave suggests importance of family in ancient cultures, research finds

A 5,000-year-old grave found in Poland was discovered to be filled with extended family members and appear to have been buried by someone who knew them, according to new research. Continue reading

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Missing piece of Stonehenge returned 60 years after it was removed during excavation

A missing piece of Stonehenge has been returned 60 years after it went missing during an archaeological excavation. Continue reading

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Incredible 4,500-year-old cemetery discovered near Egypt’s Giza pyramids

Archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered an ancient cemetery near the famous Giza pyramids just outside Cairo. Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘claw hand’ injury may solve Mona Lisa ‘mystery’

New research suggests that Leonardo da Vinci suffered severe nerve damage to his right hand after fainting and falling. The injury may have impacted the famous artist’s painting skills in his late career, experts say. Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci 500th anniversary: Rare ‘Horse and Rider’ sculpture in the spotlight

On the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and a sculpture based on a rare model made by the great artist and inventor is in the spotlight. Continue reading

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South Koreans jailed over ‘treasure-laden’ Russian shipwreck scam

A court in South Korea has sentenced several business executives to prison after they tricked investors out of millions of dollars in a fraud involving a supposedly ‘treasure-laden’ Imperial Russian shipwreck. Continue reading

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Incredible Titanic tale: Silver flask was damaged in the ship’s death throes, reunited with its owner

A storied silver brandy flask that survived the Titanic disaster is up for auction in the U.K. this weekend. Continue reading

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Civil War puzzle: West Virginia urges veterans’ descendants to collect thousands of unclaimed medals

A year after the Civil War ended, West Virginia authorized the minting of more than 26,000 medals to honor the state’s soldiers that served in the Union Army. More than 150 years later, however, thousands of those medals are still unclaimed. Continue reading

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Dozens of mummies, including mother and child, discovered in Egyptian tomb

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a tomb containing dozens of mummies, including the remains of a mother and child. Continue reading

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Crusader skeletons discovery sheds new light on the Crusades

A medieval burial pit in Lebanon is shedding new light on the Crusader era in the Middle East. Continue reading

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Titanic victim’s long-lost letter surfaces, describes near miss as doomed ship set out on its maiden voyage

A letter written by one of Titanic’s crew to his wife just days before the doomed liner sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic is up for auction in the U.K. Continue reading

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2,000-year-old desert settlement discovered in Israel, revealing ancient rebels’ hidden tunnels

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered the remains of an ancient settlement in the Negev desert, uncovering ancient tunnels used by Jewish rebels against the Romans. Continue reading

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Search for lost sea containers leads to discovery of 16th-century Dutch shipwreck

A search for shipping containers that fell off a merchant ship during a storm earlier this year led to the discovery of a historic 16th-century shipwreck. Continue reading

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Colonial cemetery accidentally unearthed in Philadelphia, and researchers race to analyze the bones

While digging a giant hole in the ground for a luxury residential building in Philadelphia, construction workers noticed something odd: Human bones kept turning up in the soil. Continue reading

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Final survivor of last American slave ship revealed

After painstaking research, the final survivor of the last American slave ship has been identified. Continue reading

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Titanic menu reveals ritzy cuisine planned for fateful cruise

This ship was certainly king of the world when it came to cuisine. The Titanic, which sank 107 years ago this month, was more than four city blocks long, as tall as an 11-story building and as grand as a luxury hotel — especially when it came to dini… Continue reading

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Rare ancient treasures bearing Biblical names discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered a rare clay seal mark and a 2,600-year-old stone stamp bearing Biblical names amid the ruins of a building destroyed by the ancient Babylonians. Continue reading

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