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Depleted classroom in Queen's Park, London, during the Asian flu epidemic of 1957

The virus that nearly killed me

A class depleted from 40 to nine by Asian flu in London, 1957

The firecracker stand is being moved back to the Winner's base

Page from Cantonese Opera - The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

The World's Oldest Papyrus and What It Can Tell Us About the Great Pyramids Ancient Egyptians leveraged a massive shipping, mining and farming economy to propel their civilization forward.

The World's Oldest Papyrus and What It Can Tell Us About the Great Pyramids

Earliest found Egyptian writing

History Timeline Penshurst Place

If you are looking for historical attractions in Kent then Penshurst Place is perfect. Take a look at our history timeline & find out more about our events.

Sails on a full-rigged ship - ThingLink

Sails on a full-rigged ship - ThingLink

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Material Conditions: 'Utopia' through time - Literature of the English Country House - The University of Sheffield


[Dublin Bread Company, O'Connell Street, Dublin] - Dublin Bread Company The remains of the Dublin Bread Company at Lower Sackville Street (now O'Connell Street) after the Easter Rising in

A photo of a large stone prehistoric house found during a coastal dig in Orkney for Historic Scotland

Archaeologists say a steam house in the middle of a Bronze Age building discovered in Orkney could have been used for spiritual ceremonies, rites of passages or as a sweat house.

Huexotzinco Codex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Papermaking in the pre conquest Americas

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British Soft Power in South Asia: Historicizing Deglobalization

Império Turco Otomano

5 grandes mudanças na Europa com a Primeira Guerra Mundial

Império Turco Otomano

Underwater Archaeology Glossary

Small underwater archaeology dictionary, explaining the most common topics.

The anatomy of an altar

The anatomy of an altar. The 4 faces of the altar to Antenociticus, Benwell

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Huqin is a family of bowed string instruments, a spike fiddle popularly used in Chinese music. The instruments consist of a round, hexagonal, or octagonal sound box at the bottom with a neck attached that protrudes upwards.