#AceHistoryReport – Apr.21: Around 100,000 years ago, a group of Neanderthals with children in tow walked along the coast of what is now southern Spain, leaving behind footprints as they padded through the sand: 100,000-Year-Old Fossilised Footprints Track Neanderthals’ Trip to Spanish Coast: Now, reports Charlie Devereux for the London Times, researchers studying these fossilised […]
Tag: World History
#AceHistoryReport – Apr.20: Next year, Rome’s Largo di Torre Argentina—a sunken square believed to be the site of Julius Caesar’s assassination—is set to open to the publicfor the first time. Rome’s “Area Sacra,” a sunken square home to the ruins of four ancient temples, doubles as a sanctuary for stray cats according to Smithsonian Institute: […]
#AceNewsReport – Apr.20: They have been radiocarbon dated to the 2nd century AD, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority: They are the first new scrolls found in archaeological excavations in the desert south of Jerusalem in 60 years: Archaeologists uncover dozens of new Dead Sea Scroll fragments in Israeli desert cave: It’s believed the biblical […]
#AceHistoryReport – Apr.17: The sealed copper canister was found inside the cross on the 100-metre dome, the highest in Hungary, which survived being bombed during World War II: ‘176-year-old time capsule found inside cross on top of Hungary’s Esztergom Cathedral was discovered in January, but its contents, including documents relating to the building of the […]
#AceHistoryReport- Apr.06: TIME’s Dec. 14 cover crosses out the bane of a year that is 2020 with a big red “X.” It is the latest in a long tradition saved for some of the worst foes humanity has faced in the magazine’s history. TIME has used a red “X” to cross out various things on […]
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