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2014/04/16 12:07
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Resurrection Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church, 528 North Fourth St., Steubenville, will join other Christians worldwide in the observance of Holy Week this week. As sometimes happens, Orthodox...
2014/04/16 12:07
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2014/04/11 21:25
2014/04/11 21:25
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... The bee in ancient Egypt In a world without sugar, the bee was highly valued: a 4,500-year-old hieroglyph shows a beekeeper with cylindrical hives of a type still used in Sudan today. Egyptologist...
2014/04/11 11:05
2014/04/11 11:05
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A group of workers, archaeologists and architects is busy at work at the entrance to the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank at Luxor, where the tombs of New Kingdom pharaohs and nobles are spread...
2014/04/10 21:42
2014/04/10 21:42
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... a unique niche for himself as nearly everything he creates ends up in a museum. Chickens rule the roost outside this barn in rural Kearney, MO. Inside the barn, though, prehistoric animals are...
2014/04/10 16:25
2014/04/10 16:25
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Jacob Zuma greeting supporters in Mafikeng in March 2014 We have been waiting all day for the president. Now the hour is drawing close. Inside the giant sports hall at North-West...
2014/04/10 00:56
2014/04/10 00:56
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Students at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School got a rare treat Wednesday - a visit from one of the world's most famous archaeologists. Dr. Zahi Hawass is kind of like a real-life Indiana Jones - he...
2014/04/09 16:46
2014/04/09 16:46
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An extraordinarily well-preserved woolly mammoth uncovered in Siberia was revealed to the public for the first time this week in Japan. While the baby female is not the first mammoth to be recently...
2014/04/09 06:37
2014/04/09 06:37
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Morocco’s mentally ill await deliverance from their ‘demons’ A thin mist hangs in the air as a handful of troubled souls wander aimlessly around the Bouya Omar mausoleum in central Morocco, the...
2014/04/09 05:15
2014/04/09 05:15
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There's nothing but darkness and the occasional caw of disgruntled jungle creatures, reluctant to wake. But as I climb a steep, uneven staircase the sky begins to turn from deep navy to indigo and...
2014/04/09 00:02
2014/04/09 00:02
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... symbolism for two nations that share a troubled history. President Michael D. Higgins is making his country’s first state visit to Britain since Ireland’s hard-fought independence nearly a...
2014/04/08 15:21
2014/04/08 15:21
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... remember so very well the Easter Sunrise Service on April 3, 1988,” wrote the Rev. Dr. Bruce R. Fiol in an email. “The planning. The preparations. The chill in the early morning. It was the very...
2014/04/08 07:15
2014/04/08 07:15
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Salima Ikram, an Egyptology professor at the American University in Cairo, speaks about ancient Egyptian canine burials at Portland State. Photo by Alex Hernandez How long has man’s best friend been...
2014/04/07 21:28
2014/04/07 21:28
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... portraits painted by Thomas Eakins for sale through Christie's Private Sales in New York. Other pieces of art have also been placed for sale with other auction firms. Funds from the sale of...
2014/04/07 11:26
2014/04/07 11:26
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... reopen Taunton's Brewhouse 'Wondrous Things' reopens Brewhouse tomorrow GANG Show lovers and theatre supporters will already be gearing up to see the Brewhouse reopen in all its glory tomorrow...
2014/04/06 06:38
2014/04/06 06:38
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So finally I was really on the trip at the top of my wish list, a cruise on the Nile to see the treasures of Ancient Egypt. I felt quite overwhelmed as I stood in the hypostyle hall in the temple at...
2014/04/06 04:08
2014/04/06 04:08
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ROB JENNINGS JEFFERSON — John and Shawn Wroblewski will be in Arlington National Cemetery today, the 10th anniversary of their oldest son’s death in Iraq, laying a wreath in his memory at the Tomb...
2014/04/05 17:55
2014/04/05 17:55
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Europe's lesser-visited cities are just as eye-catching, fascinating and fun as their more well-trodden counterparts, writes David Whitley. Europe's lesser-visited cities are just as eye-catching,...
2014/04/05 17:17
2014/04/05 17:17
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He is Britain’s most famous soldier, revered and mourned. Yet ­no one knows his name. The Unknown Warrior – a lone hero buried in Westminster Abbey to symbolise all who fell in the First World War –...
2014/04/04 16:09
2014/04/04 16:09
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2014/04/03 16:45
2014/04/03 16:45
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The San Diego Natural History Museum has added “The Discovery of King Tut” to its roster of exhibits that will be on view during the 2015 Balboa Park Centennial. The exhibit, which makes its U.S....
2014/04/16 12:07
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