14 Jokes You Didn't Know Movies & TV Stole From History

14 Jokes You Didn't Know Movies & TV Stole From History

Those planks of the wood in the past were too busy dying or running from dinosaurs to have a sense of humor of things.

An Interactive Build a Body Lesson

An Interactive Build a Body Lesson

A few years ago Sponge Lab Biology won a National Science Foundation award for its interactive Build a Body activity.

To understand Trump, we should look to the tyrants of ancient Rome | Art and design | The Guardian

To understand Trump, we should look to the tyrants of ancient Rome

In an exclusive, rare interview the notorious artist tells us about his new theme park project, Dismaland, and shares his thoughts on the contemporary art world

6 Scary Archaeological Finds (That Should've Stayed Hidden)

6 Scary Archaeological Finds (That Should've Stayed Hidden)

This stalactite covered 150000 year old neanderthal skeleton rests at the bottom of a well in southern Italy.

Markings in Tithe Barn, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire.

Witches' marks: public asked to seek ancient scratchings in buildings

Daisy-Wheels inscribed with a pair of compasses or dividers found in Saxon Tithe barn, Bradford-on-Avon (Historic England).

How the female Viking warrior was written out of history | Science | The Guardian

How the female Viking warrior was written out of history | Science | The Guardian

Bits of wood remains from the coffin that once held Catherine Burns. On the right are bits of her bones, which will be returned to County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

Reburial of woman in native Ireland highlights 183-year-old murder mystery

Catherine Burns arrived in 1832 to work on the Pennsylvania railroad. Six weeks later she and 57 others were dead. Now a remarkable project is telling their story

Should we even go there? Historians on comparing fascism to Trumpism

Should we even go there? Historians on comparing fascism to Trumpism

How cities took over the world: a history of globalisation spanning 4,000 years

How cities took over the world: a history of globalisation spanning 4,000 years

Fleet Street, London - From bronze-age Iraq’s market-driven cities to the riches of Antwerp to the tech revolution in India, Greg Clark identifies the many waves of urban globalisation

Museum of London to mark Great Fire of London | Culture | The Guardian

Museum of London to mark Great Fire of London

will mark anniversary of event which shaped modern London

Henry VIII voted worst monarch in history | Books | The Guardian

Henry VIII voted worst monarch in history

Henry VIII voted worst monarch in history | Books | The Guardian

Teeth of Irish famine victims reveal scientific markers for starvation

Teeth of Irish famine victims reveal scientific markers for starvation

Changes in nitrogen and carbon previously thought to indicate a rich diet are in fact evidence of body tissue breaking down and being recycled, study shows

Lara Maiklem on the Thames foreshore

London's history in mud: the woman collecting what the Thames washes up

Lara Maiklem has spent 20 years ‘mudlarking’ on the Thames foreshore – finding peace, solitude and fragments from years of human history

Mapping London's great plague of 1665

Mapping London's great plague of 1665

5 Artifacts That Prove Ancients Were Some Sick M'fers

5 Artifacts That Prove Ancients Were Some Sick M'fers

When you go sifting through the shockingly explicit artifacts left behind by great civilizations, you find that modern society is pretty tame.

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