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10 Insane Laws People Had To Live By In Ancient Rome

History Mark Oliver October 14, 2016 Rome was a beacon of civilization in a dark world. In the words of one of their own, Rome was “the seat of virtue, empire, and dignity,” ruled by laws so just that they...
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10 Family-Unfriendly Facts From The Life Of Dr. Seuss

Books Mark Oliver October 13, 2016 Behind the poems and the pictures, Theodor Geisel, the real Dr. Seuss, was an adult man, with adult thoughts and adult experiences. He created subversive things, was sure he would be remembered as a...
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10 Dying Symptoms Of The Roman Empire

History Cristian Violatti October 13, 2016 The gradual process of decline that brought the Roman Empire to an end is one of the all-time favorite history topics. That a nation so powerful could fall has always acted as a warning...
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10 Ancient Finds That Reveal Fascinating Mystical Beliefs

History Ivan Farkas October 12, 2016 Throughout the majority of anthropological history, a council of gods and divine forces dictated the affairs of humankind. The following items capture life as it was when the world was mystical and magic still...
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10 Horrifying True Stories From The Lost Roanoke Colony

History Mark Oliver October 12, 2016 The first English colony in America was abandoned without a word or a trace. When a ship arrived with supplies, they found it deserted with no signs of a struggle. Only one clue was...
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10 Influential Astrologers That Shaped History

History Debra Kelly October 11, 2016 Today, astrology is largely the stuff of superstition and poorly thought-out tattoos. That was not always the case, and for much of history, looking to the stars was an absolutely legitimate method of decision-making....
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10 Secrets Of Ancient Feces

History Abraham Rinquist October 9, 2016 Feces is the new gold—at least in archaeology. Not only does ancient scat contain 10 times more DNA than bones, it reveals culture with its window into diet and disease. Once ignored, fossilized feces...
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