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What better way to cap off UGO's sci-fi week than to offer up a bevy of rare collectibles from one of the most prolific franchises in science fiction history, Stargate? We've partnered, once again, with our friends at Propworx , in the midst of their
An ancient Etruscan home dating back more than 2,400 years has been discovered outside Grosseto in central Italy. Hailed as an exceptional find, the luxury home was uncovered at an archeological site at Vetulonia, 200 kilometres north of Rome.
Norm Hooven The idea of having to write an inspirational column when inspiration seems to elude me is like being asked to pray when I'm in a spiritual desert, words and thoughts don't come easy, if at all. And when they do, they're like twisted
Locals say it could be the final resting place of Ajax's niece, contain a golden chariot and will unleash a horrible curse. But whether a tomb recently uncovered on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus contains the bones and booty of a close relative
AD At a pastoral university lying far above the ancient ruins of New York City, a respected old professor sits in his office. All of a sudden, a young archaeologist rushes in clutching a bag. Archaeologist : Sir, I think you'll want to see this. We
Learning not to be afraid Montaigne had a terrible fear of death until his own near-death experience showed him there was no need to worry Montaigne, as a young man, had an excessive fear of death, and it made it almost impossible for him to enjoy
There is a common idea that before Christianity or even Judaism, that ancient man had no knowledge or understanding of God and of natural occurring events. This is a mistake indeed. The proof showing otherwise is here. And like modern
4F Room 401, National Museum of History Seals were an important part of ancient civilizations in both the East and the West, and even today they are an indispensible part of everyday life for modern Chinese people. In addition to being used in lieu
It would be fair to say the ancient humans were a bit naïve, considering their overall lack of experience.
In February-March 2010, during the construction of the second line of the Sofia Metro, archaeological teams have uncovered previously unknown objects, sites, and artifacts which led the Sofia Municipality and the Culture Ministry to decide to turn