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An ancient city which is beleived to be the lost city of prophet Abraham/Ibrahim has been found in Turkey. Turkish archealogists found ancient ruins in the city Kilis, in addition to silver coins which date back to Alexandre the
When Dr. Eben Alexander encountered one of the grimmest conditions imaginable, it might have been the best thing to ever happen to him. Four years ago, Alexander fell into a coma after contracting an extremely rare form of bacterial meningitis, the
Murakami collage, uploaded to our Flickr group What are you reading, today? Photograph: Green Perspective/guardian.co.uk I was delighted to see so many new people take part in the thread last week...Thank you to Green Perspective for your lovely
Rating The family of a British aristocrat, whose son died in police custody in South Coast, has claimed that it knows the officer responsible for the death. According to London Evening Standard newspaper, Lord Nicholas Monson has a shrewd idea of who
News in pictures Opinion blogs You can see why David Cameron got quite firm with Jesse Norman (pictured), the Lords r... I thought that I had blogged about this before, but I cannot find it, so I'll do it again...Much to the anger of student
Skooter reporting 07/15/12 Alexander the Great is one of my military idols in history. In fact he is my favorite General, not because he is portrayed as a legendary conqueror and military leader in Greek-influenced Western
Central Daylight Time Bitlis name had been derived from the name "Bedlis" which was the name of the commander who has constructed the castle in the province by the order the Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia.
Christian Cameron Enlarge this image The Daily Review, Tue., April 17 Alexander epic is long, but not deep Reviewed by Michael Matheson From Tuesday's Globe and Mail Published Monday, Apr. 16, 2012 6:00PM EDT Anyone who is already familiar with
The largest-ever exhibition to come from Russia's State Hermitage will go on display at the Australian Museum in Sydney on November 24. Alexander The Great: 2000 Years Of Treasures - includes more 400 objects. Among the prized pieces are the famous