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Latest Thornton Abbey Discovery: Did the Great Famine take a Medieval Priest and Leave an Elaborate Grave?

Latest Thornton Abbey Discovery: Did the Great Famine take a Medieval Priest and Leave an Elaborate Grave?

The remains of a Medieval priest who died 700 years ago has been uncovered at Thornton Abbey in Lincolnshire.

The Hermitage Museum offers to help rebuild Palmyra

The Hermitage Museum offers to help rebuild Palmyra

The city of Palmyra, in Syria, has been one of those that has suffered the most from the ailments of the war, which has destroyed practically all its historical and architectural heritage, turning this area into a wasteland of destruction. It is a real loss for all over the world because countless monuments have been destroyed, witnesses of bygone eras, with a lot of information and an important legacy that should never have been razed.

Algeria Human Rights - History

Algeria Human Rights - History

The government protected an estimated 90,000 to 165,000 Sahrawi refugees who departed Western Sahara after Morocco took control of the territory in the 1970s. UNHCR, the World Food Program (WFP), UNICEF, the Algerian Red Crescent, the Sahrawi Red Crescent, and other organizations assisted Sahrawi refugees.

Excavations at Angkor Wat to study the daily life of the Khmer Empire

Excavations at Angkor Wat to study the daily life of the Khmer Empire

Researchers working at Angkor Wat have long been studying temples, kings and the life of high society, but now they want to continue working on the site with a new approach, focusing on trying to learn about another aspect of the iconic Khmer Empire. (802-1413), that of normal people.

Bristol Beaufort being serviced, New Guinea

Bristol Beaufort being serviced, New Guinea

Bristol Beaufort being serviced, New Guinea Here we see ground crew from the RAAF servicing a Bristol Beaufort somewhere on New Guinea. The Beaufort was produced in large numbers in Australia, and those aircraft saw extensive service across the Pacific.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (19 October 2018), Bristol Beaufort being serviced, New Guinea , http://www.

Nalanda University could become part of the UNESCO Heritage list

Nalanda University could become part of the UNESCO Heritage list

According to the latest news, an expert belonging to the International Council of Monuments and Sites of UNESCO, based in Paris, is examining in depth the ruins of the University of Nalanda, in order to be able to evaluate the candidacy of the India to get this ancient place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.