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Egyptian Authorities Are Investigating A ‘Forbidden’ Photo Of A Couple Having Sex On The Great Pyramid
The photographer insists that the picture is real but that no sexual activity occurred while atop one of the world's greatest wonders.
The Top 10 Weirdest People In History, From The Toxic Lady To The Hopeless Romantic Gravedigger
Whether flamboyant, miserly, or paranoid, some of history's weirdest people put modern-day eccentricities to shame.
This Week In History News, Dec. 2 – 8
Half of Oklahoma may be returned to the Cherokee, archaeologists uncover two mummies in Egypt, murder map reveals the danger spots of medieval London.
12 Famous Explorers That Changed The Face Of The World
Without these individuals braving new and uncharted territory, the world today would look very different.
The Battle Of Bosworth Field: The Epic Finale To The English War Of The Roses
In the final battle of the English Civil War, King Richard III faced off against the rival for his throne, Henry Tudor, in harrowing man-to-man combat.
A Trove Of 900-Year-Old Crusade-Era Gold Coins Was Discovered In Israel On The First Night Of Hanukkah
"It is symbolic that the gold coins were discovered on the eve of Hanukkah. For us, this is certainly ‘Hanukkah gelt.’”
8 Norse Gods With Stories You’ll Never Learn In School
Whether Odin, Frigg, Thor, Balder, or Freyja, these Norse gods boast tales that are far more outrageous than you ever realized.
This Week In History News, Nov. 25 – Dec. 1
Cambodian genocide perpetrators brought to justice, ancient Trojan city uncovered in Greece, erotic Roman fresco found in Pompeii.
This Mystery Surrounding The Ancient Chinese Pyramids Has Just Been Solved
Researchers thought that human error might have been the cause for the pyramids' odd alignment, but new evidence suggests otherwise.
In The Future, The Earth Might Be Just One Giant Continent, Experts Predict
Researchers have come up with four potential constructions of the next supercontinent, but which of these scenarios is the likeliest depends on who you ask.
Unearthed Viking Artifacts Reveal These So-Called Barbarians’ Artsy Side
History has made the Vikings out to be a barbaric group of nomads that did nothing but rape and pillage — which might not be the case.