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Restored Ancient Tombs in Khonsu Temple Opening in Luxor

Restored Ancient Tombs in Khonsu Temple Opening in Luxor

Four ancient Egyptian chapels and two temple tombs are to be opened up to visitors in the Khonsu Temple at Karnak, in Luxor.

Skeleton of an ancient quadruped whale found in Peru

Skeleton of an ancient quadruped whale found in Peru

Today's whales and dolphins, skilled swimmers, actually come from a common ancestor of more than 50 million years ago that possessed legs and is known to be native to South Asia. Now, the remains of one of these ancient whales found in Peru reveal news about the evolution and dispersal of these animals.

Was there a German re-urbanization plan for after WWII?

Was there a German re-urbanization plan for after WWII?

Was there a Germany-wide re-urbanization plan for after the WWII? I don't mean a hypothetical Nazi re-building plan, but a real implemented plan. All these things would get intense resistance in no…

Utah enters the Union

Utah enters the Union

Six years after Wilford Woodruff, president of the Mormon church, issued his Manifesto reforming political, religious, and economic life in Utah, the territory is admitted into the Union as the 45th state.In 1823, Vermont-born Joseph Smith claimed that an angel named Moroni visited him and told him about an ancient Hebrew text that had lost been lost for 1,500 years.

Day 38- Second Hundred June 6 2009 - History

Day 38- Second Hundred June 6 2009 - History

The President and the first lady began the day by flying from Paris to Cain. The President then had a bilateral meeting with French President Sarkozy. They then had a working lunch. After the lunch the Presidents then headed to the Visitors Center at the Normandy Cemetery. After touring the visitor center the President then spoke at the ceremony commemorating the 65th anniversary of D-Day

Alabama State University

Alabama State University

Alabama State University is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the United States to be founded by African Americans.The university occupies 138 acres in the historic Centennial Hill area of Montgomery, Alabama.Following the Civil War, African-Americans in Alabama felt a need for providing quality education for their children.