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Matt Hall

Matt Hall 

The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I've miles to go, to get back to my Jeep.

Occupation: Dungeon master. (Baba Yaga's Hut)

Location: North Adams, MA

Birthday: 01/03

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Henry A. Otero (Hanko9)130,741The HISTORY® original series Vikings transports us to the brutal and mysterious world of Ragnar Lothbrok _(Travis Fimmel)_, a Viking warrior and farmer who yearns to explore—and raid—the distant shores across the ocean. His ambition puts him at odds with local chieftain Earl Haraldson _(Gabriel Byrne)_, who insists on sending his raiders to the impoverished east rather than the uncharted west. When Ragnar teams up with his boat builder friend Floki _(Gustaf Skarsgard)_ to craft a new generation of intrepid ships capable of conquering the rough northern seas, the stage is set for conflict. But for all its warfare and bloodshed, Vikings is also a story of family and brotherhood, capturing the love and affection between Ragnar and his wife, Lagertha _(Katheryn Winnick)_, a respected warrior in her own right. It is the tale of Ragnar’s brother Rollo _(Clive Standen)_, a fierce fighter who simmers with jealously; of Earl Haraldson’s wife Siggy _(Jessalyn Gilsig)_, a dutiful beauty who may be less than loyal; and of the monk Athelstan _(George Blagden)_, whose Christian morals clash with the Vikings’ pagan society. As ambition and innovation rattle a civilization, these characters will be put to the test—and their way of life will never be the same again. Vikings was created and written by Michael Hirst _(Elizabeth, The Tudors)_. Vikings, HISTORY's first scripted series, premieres Sunday 3.3.13 at 10/9c. http://history.com/vikings Add the +Vikings Circle Page to your TV Show circles for show updates and... Join the Vikings G+ Community to discuss the show and each episode! https://plus.google.com/communities/114114270073600513051 #Vikings  Vikings [Series Premiere]2013-03-04 04:00:0080  
Fraser Cain992,184To celebrate the landing of NASA's Curiosity Rover - the Mars Science Laboratory - we'll be running a special live hangout.  In conjunction with @106911959181067745693. We'll have all your favorite space/astronomy journalists on hand to discuss the mission in depth, and celebrate the landing live, when it happens. Join Fraser Cain, @109036978092446954908, @108952536790629690817 and @102887292457967781591 for this special event. Over the course of this 4-hour Google+ Hangout on Air, we'll interview members of the Curiosity team live in the hangout, as well as other special guests from the @111419948721791453320 and the @108759765804984663877. @109479143173251353583 and @107051665537162034944 will be on location at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to interview members of the engineering team, and show you what it's like to be at NASA during this amazing moment. We'll update this event as we lock down more of the guests and participants. See you there! You can follow the hashtag #marshangout   (this will replace our regular Sunday night @100902337165997768522)Google+ Hangout - Curiosity Landing Coverage2012-08-06 05:00:004843  

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2016-08-05 17:01:02 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

VIKINGS were buried with board games to make sure they were entertained in the afterlife to prevent them returning to haunt the living, experts believe.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/vikings-were-buried-with-board-games-to-beat-boredom-1-4187676

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2016-08-28 04:34:57 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Via +rasha kamel 

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2016-08-27 14:10:34 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

In the 2nd year of the Peloponnesian War, 430 BCE, an outbreak of plague erupted in Athens. The illness would persist throughout scattered parts of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean until finally dying out in 426 BCE. The origin of the epidemic occurred in sub-Saharan Africa just south of Ethiopia. The disease swept north and west through Egypt and Libya across the Mediterranean Sea into Persia and Greece. The plague entered Athens through the city’s port of Piraeus.

http://buff.ly/2bM9yg5 #Athens #AncientGreece #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia

In the 2nd year of the Peloponnesian War, 430 BCE, an outbreak of plague erupted in Athens. The illness would persist throughout scattered parts of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean until finally dying out in 426 BCE. The origin of the epidemic occurred in sub-Saharan Africa just south of Ethiopia. The disease swept north and west through Egypt and Libya across the Mediterranean Sea into Persia and Greece. The plague entered Athens through the city’s port of Piraeus.

http://buff.ly/2bM9yg5 #Athens #AncientGreece #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia___

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2016-08-27 00:49:03 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Out of the way fatty! 

Out of the way fatty! ___

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2016-08-26 12:13:24 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

I'm thinking about getting a new lawn mower.

I'm thinking about getting a new lawn mower.___

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2016-08-25 13:18:53 (0 comments; 4 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

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Shallow earthquakes are the most destructive
Italy’s deadly earthquake is the latest in a history of destruction
"Amatrice, so badly damaged in the most recent quake, was severely damaged in 1639. A few decades later, in 1703, roughly 10,000 people were killed in Norcia, Montereale, L’Aquila and the surrounding Appenine region in three magnitude 6.2-6.7 earthquakes."

"This region [central Apenines] also seems to be particularly prone to earthquake clustering, whereby periods of relative quiet are interrupted by several strong earthquakes over weeks to decades."

"Italy is prone to earthquakes; it sits above the boundary of the African and European plates. The oceanic crust of the African plate is subducting (sinking) under Italy, creating iconic natural features such as the volcano at Mount Vesuvius. These plates are converging at a rate ofaro... more »

Shallow earthquakes are the most destructive
Italy’s deadly earthquake is the latest in a history of destruction
"Amatrice, so badly damaged in the most recent quake, was severely damaged in 1639. A few decades later, in 1703, roughly 10,000 people were killed in Norcia, Montereale, L’Aquila and the surrounding Appenine region in three magnitude 6.2-6.7 earthquakes."

"This region [central Apenines] also seems to be particularly prone to earthquake clustering, whereby periods of relative quiet are interrupted by several strong earthquakes over weeks to decades."

"Italy is prone to earthquakes; it sits above the boundary of the African and European plates. The oceanic crust of the African plate is subducting (sinking) under Italy, creating iconic natural features such as the volcano at Mount Vesuvius. These plates are converging at a rate of around 5mm each year."

"The Earth’s crust under the Appenines of central and western Italy is extending; eastern central Italy is moving to the north east relative to Rome."

"The fault systems in the central Appenines are short and structurally complex, so the earthquakes are not large by global standards, the largest almost invariably hover around magnitude 6.8 to 7.0. But because the quakes are shallow and structurally complex, and because many of the local towns and cities contain vulnerable buildings, strong shaking from these earthquakes has the potential to inflict major damage and loss of life in urban areas."

Last century earthquakes in Italy:
Italy’s History of Deadly Earthquakes
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/24/world/europe/italy-earthquakes-history.html?_r=0

[Wikipedia]
List of earthquakes in Italy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_earthquakes_in_Italy___

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2016-08-24 23:51:37 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-23 21:16:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

genius young atheist dude right there...

genius young atheist dude right there...___

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2016-08-23 09:24:31 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 


23 August 237 BCE, #onthisday, on the traditional site of the battle between Horus and his uncle Set in Apollinopolis, present day Edfu, between Assuan and Luxor on the western bank of the Nile, King Ptolemy III Euergetes ordered the begin of the construction of the Temple of Edfu.


Hellenism blended quite nicely with the thousands of years old local culture of the Nile valley. The old Egyptian gods finally bore the names Herodotus had given them already 300 years before and a few new ones were added. Now, Hellenes and Egyptians revered deities like Zeus Ammon, Osiris became Serapis and Toth Hermes. A few retained their old names like Isis. The old struggle between Horus and Set appeared in a new guise of Apollo fighting Typhon but with the old imagery, going through their ages-old struggle dressed up as Greeks. Thus, the third Ptolemy ordered a new temple for and old sacred site, a... more »


23 August 237 BCE, #onthisday, on the traditional site of the battle between Horus and his uncle Set in Apollinopolis, present day Edfu, between Assuan and Luxor on the western bank of the Nile, King Ptolemy III Euergetes ordered the begin of the construction of the Temple of Edfu.


Hellenism blended quite nicely with the thousands of years old local culture of the Nile valley. The old Egyptian gods finally bore the names Herodotus had given them already 300 years before and a few new ones were added. Now, Hellenes and Egyptians revered deities like Zeus Ammon, Osiris became Serapis and Toth Hermes. A few retained their old names like Isis. The old struggle between Horus and Set appeared in a new guise of Apollo fighting Typhon but with the old imagery, going through their ages-old struggle dressed up as Greeks. Thus, the third Ptolemy ordered a new temple for and old sacred site, a project that would drag on for the next 180 years into the reign of Ptolemy XII, father of Cleopatra, the last ruler of the line.

But read more on:

http://wunderkammertales.blogspot.de/2015/01/laying-of-first-stone-of-temple-of-edfu.html


#ancienthistory #history #mythology___

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2016-08-21 04:37:56 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Showing the heart of the Middle East in 1746, this map includes a firm understanding of coastal contours, with little noted for the interior. Spans from Egypt and the horn of East Africa, to the Persian coast. Does note "Irak" as a general region. #oldmapgallery #antiquemaps #middleeastern #oldmaps

Showing the heart of the Middle East in 1746, this map includes a firm understanding of coastal contours, with little noted for the interior. Spans from Egypt and the horn of East Africa, to the Persian coast. Does note "Irak" as a general region. #oldmapgallery #antiquemaps #middleeastern #oldmaps___

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2016-08-19 01:00:30 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Selfie, everyone. SMILE!
😀📷

Selfie, everyone. SMILE!
😀📷___

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2016-08-18 21:31:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Oh fuck yes.

Oh fuck yes.___

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2016-08-18 15:41:59 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

"DNA analysis of Oetzi the Iceman's clothes has traced their origin to at least five different species of animal.
Among his kit were a hat of brown bear skin and a quiver made from roe deer.
Despite being well preserved and studied, the 5,300-year-old mummy's various leather items had not all been identified at the species level.
These findings, published in Scientific Reports, reveal a mix of wild-hunted animals with sheep, goat and cattle related to modern domestic breeds.
The researchers say this points to Copper Age people choosing carefully between different wild and domesticated animals when looking for materials to make their clothes.
But Oetzi's motley wardrobe, including a coat made from at least four separate goat and sheep hides, could also suggest a more haphazard and desperate approach - stitching together whatever scraps of skin were... more »

"DNA analysis of Oetzi the Iceman's clothes has traced their origin to at least five different species of animal.
Among his kit were a hat of brown bear skin and a quiver made from roe deer.
Despite being well preserved and studied, the 5,300-year-old mummy's various leather items had not all been identified at the species level.
These findings, published in Scientific Reports, reveal a mix of wild-hunted animals with sheep, goat and cattle related to modern domestic breeds.
The researchers say this points to Copper Age people choosing carefully between different wild and domesticated animals when looking for materials to make their clothes.
But Oetzi's motley wardrobe, including a coat made from at least four separate goat and sheep hides, could also suggest a more haphazard and desperate approach - stitching together whatever scraps of skin were available".
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2016-08-18 09:32:37 (0 comments; 5 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

"Researchers are proposing a new approach to dendrochronology, the dating method that utilizes ancient tree rings."

"Researchers are proposing a new approach to dendrochronology, the dating method that utilizes ancient tree rings."___

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2016-08-17 22:35:20 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-17 22:22:37 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

http://www.mintpressnews.com/icelands-far-left-pirate-party-heads-towards-major-election-victory/219546/

http://www.mintpressnews.com/icelands-far-left-pirate-party-heads-towards-major-election-victory/219546/___

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2016-08-17 21:34:22 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Way to go +NASA !!!

Way to go +NASA !!!___

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2016-08-17 17:11:00 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 27 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-15 04:15:38 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

A 4,500-year-old monument experts thought was "another Stonehenge" is now understood to have not contained any standing stones at all.

Archaeologists digging at Durrington Walls - about two miles from Stonehenge - said they now believed the Neolithic site was surrounded by timber posts.

A 4,500-year-old monument experts thought was "another Stonehenge" is now understood to have not contained any standing stones at all.

Archaeologists digging at Durrington Walls - about two miles from Stonehenge - said they now believed the Neolithic site was surrounded by timber posts.___

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2016-08-15 04:02:38 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 22 +1s; )Open 

The Magnificent Helmet of Greek Warrior Miltiades

The Magnificent Helmet of Greek Warrior Miltiades___

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2016-08-14 14:25:12 (2 comments; 23 reshares; 44 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-14 04:24:15 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-14 03:57:47 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

"He WAS the droid I was looking for!"

"He WAS the droid I was looking for!"___

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2016-08-13 00:00:30 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Pinnacle of modern civilization.

Pinnacle of modern civilization.___

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2016-08-12 23:39:14 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Super-secure private browser Tenta launched by new startup from founders of adult app store

The Android app promises a simple, secure, and entirely private browsing experience on mobile devices. Tenta, which launched in public beta earlier this month, encrypts everything. Browsing history, downloaded and local files, bookmarks, videos, documents, and other media are all encrypted behind a user pin. Without it, no one — including the Tenta team — can access the information.



Super-secure private browser Tenta launched by new startup from founders of adult app store

The Android app promises a simple, secure, and entirely private browsing experience on mobile devices. Tenta, which launched in public beta earlier this month, encrypts everything. Browsing history, downloaded and local files, bookmarks, videos, documents, and other media are all encrypted behind a user pin. Without it, no one — including the Tenta team — can access the information.

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2016-08-12 22:59:00 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Democrats pass landmark resolution recognizing those who self-identify as atheists, agnostics, or "nothing in particular".

http://ow.ly/nZMv3035wV2

Democrats pass landmark resolution recognizing those who self-identify as atheists, agnostics, or "nothing in particular".

http://ow.ly/nZMv3035wV2___

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2016-08-12 15:51:56 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

21 libraries every book lover should visit in their lifetime

21 libraries every book lover should visit in their lifetime___

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2016-08-12 15:46:07 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

A new study of the 37,000-year old remains of the "Deep Skull" - the oldest modern human discovered in island South-East Asia - has revealed this ancient person was not related to #IndigenousAustralians, as had been originally thought. http://buff.ly/2aTK9QX

#research #archaeology #Borneo #prehistory

A new study of the 37,000-year old remains of the "Deep Skull" - the oldest modern human discovered in island South-East Asia - has revealed this ancient person was not related to #IndigenousAustralians, as had been originally thought. http://buff.ly/2aTK9QX

#research #archaeology #Borneo #prehistory___

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2016-08-11 20:29:25 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

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2016-08-11 20:05:01 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

"Greenland sharks live at least as long as 400 years, and they reach sexual maturity at the age of about 150, a new study reports. The results place Greenland sharks as the longest-lived vertebrates on Earth. The Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) is widely distributed across the North Atlantic, with adults reaching lengths of 400 to 500 centimeters (13 to 16 feet)".

(Posted by +rasha kamel​)

"Greenland sharks live at least as long as 400 years, and they reach sexual maturity at the age of about 150, a new study reports. The results place Greenland sharks as the longest-lived vertebrates on Earth. The Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) is widely distributed across the North Atlantic, with adults reaching lengths of 400 to 500 centimeters (13 to 16 feet)".

(Posted by +rasha kamel​)___

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2016-08-11 19:41:12 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Venus may have had a shallow liquid-water ocean and habitable surface temperatures for up to 2 billion years of its early history, according to computer modeling of the planet’s ancient climate by scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies… #science  

Venus may have had a shallow liquid-water ocean and habitable surface temperatures for up to 2 billion years of its early history, according to computer modeling of the planet’s ancient climate by scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies… #science  ___

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2016-08-11 19:40:31 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

"Archaeologists have identified rare human bones from the UK dating to the Late Mesolithic era (around 4000 BC, just prior to the arrival of farming in Britain) using an innovative new bone collagen analysis technique".

"Archaeologists have identified rare human bones from the UK dating to the Late Mesolithic era (around 4000 BC, just prior to the arrival of farming in Britain) using an innovative new bone collagen analysis technique".___

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2016-08-10 21:39:30 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

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Darius I stele found in ancient town of Phanagoria in Russia

Darius I stele found in ancient town of Phanagoria in Russia___

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2016-08-09 04:55:25 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

The Book of Sir Thomas More is the only surviving literary manuscript to contain Shakespeare's handwriting. A play about Sir Thomas More, it was initially written by Anthony Munday around the year 1600. Shakespeare was brought in to revise the script with several other playwrights. His contribution to the play is a scene in which Thomas More prevents an unruly crowd from rioting against immigrants:

"What country, by the nature of your error,
Should give you harbour? Go you to France or Flanders,
To any German province, Spain or Portugal,
Nay, anywhere that not adheres to England,
Why, you must needs be strangers, would you be pleas’d
To find a nation of such barbarous temper"

http://bit.ly/2aGBUXB

See this manuscript in our ‪ #Shakespeare exhibition now in its final weeks: http://bit.ly/2b8uNZF

The Book of Sir Thomas More is the only surviving literary manuscript to contain Shakespeare's handwriting. A play about Sir Thomas More, it was initially written by Anthony Munday around the year 1600. Shakespeare was brought in to revise the script with several other playwrights. His contribution to the play is a scene in which Thomas More prevents an unruly crowd from rioting against immigrants:

"What country, by the nature of your error,
Should give you harbour? Go you to France or Flanders,
To any German province, Spain or Portugal,
Nay, anywhere that not adheres to England,
Why, you must needs be strangers, would you be pleas’d
To find a nation of such barbarous temper"

http://bit.ly/2aGBUXB

See this manuscript in our ‪ #Shakespeare exhibition now in its final weeks: http://bit.ly/2b8uNZF___

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2016-08-09 04:45:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Wow.

Wow.___

2016-08-09 04:05:16 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

"How smart were human-like species of the Stone Age? New research reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former oasis near Azraq, Jordan".

"How smart were human-like species of the Stone Age? New research reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former oasis near Azraq, Jordan".___

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2016-08-07 04:22:05 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Clusters of hunter-gatherers spent much of the late Stone Age working out the basics of farming on the fertile lands of what is now Turkey before taking this knowledge to Europe.

Clusters of hunter-gatherers spent much of the late Stone Age working out the basics of farming on the fertile lands of what is now Turkey before taking this knowledge to Europe.___

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2016-08-07 04:07:12 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

"Archaeologists have uncovered what may be the largest royal tomb found in more than a century of work on Maya ruins in Belize, along with a puzzling set of hieroglyphic panels that provide clues to a “snake dynasty” that conquered many of its neighbors some 1,300 years ago."

"Archaeologists have uncovered what may be the largest royal tomb found in more than a century of work on Maya ruins in Belize, along with a puzzling set of hieroglyphic panels that provide clues to a “snake dynasty” that conquered many of its neighbors some 1,300 years ago."___

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2016-08-06 01:18:07 (0 comments; 6 reshares; 28 +1s; )Open 

Found in Scotland, these exquisite axeheads were made over 6,000 years ago, high in the Italian Alps. Now, thanks to a French-led project involving National Museums Scotland – Projet Jade – their fascinating story can be told.

Found in Scotland, these exquisite axeheads were made over 6,000 years ago, high in the Italian Alps. Now, thanks to a French-led project involving National Museums Scotland – Projet Jade – their fascinating story can be told.___

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2016-08-05 17:05:41 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Archaeologists uncover new finds, shedding light on the Gaelic people of the Emerald Isle.

Archaeologists uncover new finds, shedding light on the Gaelic people of the Emerald Isle.___

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2016-08-05 17:01:02 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

VIKINGS were buried with board games to make sure they were entertained in the afterlife to prevent them returning to haunt the living, experts believe.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/vikings-were-buried-with-board-games-to-beat-boredom-1-4187676

VIKINGS were buried with board games to make sure they were entertained in the afterlife to prevent them returning to haunt the living, experts believe.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/vikings-were-buried-with-board-games-to-beat-boredom-1-4187676___

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2016-08-05 16:56:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Scientists discover light could exist in a previously unknown form

Scientists discover light could exist in a previously unknown form___

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