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In 1850, A Farmer Found This Hidden Door. What He Saw Inside Has Stunned A Whole World.

In A Farmer Found A Secret Door In The Sand. What He Saw On The Other Side?

In 1850, A Farmer Found This Hidden Door. What He Saw Inside Has Stunned A Whole World.

In a farmer discovered a hidden door, and what he found inside stunned everybody

In 1850, A Farmer Found This Hidden Door. What He Saw Inside Has Stunned A Whole World.

In 1850 farmer finds a secret door in the ground: what he saw on the other side causes the world to lose their breath

Cottage at Paradise Square Wentworth Yorkshire, England - The history of Wentworth village is inextricably linked with the history of the great aristocratic families – the Wentworths, Watsons and Fitzwilliams. The village itself dates back to at least 1066. - via Sharon H

Wentworth, Yorkshire, England - I dream of a little cottage in the countryside with a beautiful English garden to pick my flowers

Analisis del DNA en momias chinas. Las momias de la region Tarim Basin, las cuales datan del año 1800 antes de cristo, parecen provenir de diferentes razas. Con diferente profundidad de los ojos, cuerpos largos, caras angulares y pelo rubio y rojo.

Analisis del DNA en momias chinas

Analisis del DNA en momias chinas. Las momias de la region Tarim Basin, las cuales datan del año 1800 antes de cristo, parecen provenir de diferentes razas. Con diferente profundidad de los ojos, cuerpos largos, caras angulares y pelo rubio y rojo.

"...Many historians have assumed that the idea of plaids (tartans) was relatively new to Scotland in the seventeenth century. Archaeology tells a different story. The Celts have been weaving plaid twills (tartans) for three thousand years at least."

Many historians have assumed that the idea of plaids (tartans) was relatively new to Scotland in the seventeenth century. Archaeology tells a different story. The Celts have been weaving plaid twills (tartans) for three thousand years at least.

What’s the future look like for Skara Brae?Although the settlement was built nearly two kilometers from the beach, in recent centuries, it has been increasingly threatened by the sea. Since 1926, the houses have been protected from the approaching sea and harsh autumn winds by a concrete wall.

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Celtic Cross. The older ones were on the ground. Reminds me of Arthurian Lit!

Beautiful Celtic cross - A Celtic style cross decorated with ribbonwork in terracotta in the cemetery surrounding the Watts Chapel in Compton.

Tom Thumb and Lavinia Warren get married at New York’s Grace Church, February 10,1863.

Charles Sherwood Stratton and Lavinia Warren wedding at Grace Episcopal Church in New York. (l-r) George Washington Morrison (Commodore Nutt) Charles Sherwood Stratton (Tom Thumb), Lavinia Warren Stratton, and Lavinia's sister, Minnie Warren.

Celtic Village - St Fagans: National History Museum

Roundhouses - Caledonians, Picts and Romans Iron Age Celts across Scotland lived in villages and homesteads of roundhouses and wheelhouses.

Ring of Brodgar -     Stone circle about 2500 BC. 27 of the original 60 stones remain. Orkney Scotland

Ring of Brodgar - Stone circle about 2500 BC. 27 of the original 60 stones remain. Orkney Scotland Jeff and I visited here in

Stunning Mammoth Unearthed Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff WriterDate: 31 May 2013 Mammoth unearthedCredit: Semyon Grigoriev | North-Eastern Federal University in YakutskIn May 2013, researchers Semyon Grigoriev and colleagues at North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk recently unearthed an astonishingly well-preserved mammoth carcass on an island off the coast of Siberia.

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A researcher in Yakutsk on May 13 2013 next to a carcass of a female mammoth found on an island in the Arctic Ocean. Russian scientists claimed Wednesday they have discovered blood in the carcass of a woolly mammoth

England Travel Inspiration - Bibury, UK Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester wit...

England Travel Inspiration - Bibury, UK Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester wit.

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