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Kathleen O'Neal Gear
Archaeologists and authors. Great loves are books, bison, anthro and wilderness. On occasion, we look like we know what we're doing.
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While you write play Pandora Radio Edith Piaf radio....inspiring
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Impressive points of articulations for 200 BC
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darn you for giving me more historians to follow !!!😉
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Beautiful art!
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Exploring the prehistory of Palawan Island through human ... via
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. Oh, yes, historians change their minds: Shifting Sands.
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. 1920s. From Hemingway to Armstrong: How American Speech Took Over the World
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. What gives warfare meaning?
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. 9,000 BP. Exploring the prehistory of Palawan Island through human remains
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. Can humans feel the Earth's magnetic field, as some animals do?
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. 200 BC. This Roman ivory doll was found in the grave of a 8-year-old child:
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Readers Gazette Jun 28
Indie Authors and Amazon Hachette Deal Amazon And Hachette have finally resolve 4
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Asif Khan Apr 24
Statues of Buddhas excavated at in Afghaistan. 5,000-year-old archaeological site.
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History Lovers Club Jun 28
The world’s last commercial sailing ship, The Pamir, rounding Cape Horn for the final time in 1949
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Tory-Ann Torres Jun 28
Yup, I've maybe faced quite a few myself. Our responses to fear & stress could be genetic.
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Ticia Verveer Jun 28
Astonishing discovery ! Iron Age doorway found at the Myrton Archaeological Dig
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Kathleen O'Neal Gear Jun 28
. Could ancient wheat be the future of food?
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Kathleen O'Neal Gear Jun 28
. Silly talk directed at infants may be more educational than imagined
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MuseumFacts Jun 27
Old Egyptians medicines used 16 types of poo in its ingredients, including fly droppings, crocodile & human waste.
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Kathleen O'Neal Gear Jun 28
. 14,000 BP. Butchered wooly mammoth in Mexico.
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