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Posted on 04/24/2012 10:01:55 AM

*1873 - S. Fielding & co opened by Simon Fielding *1878 taken over and expanded by Fielding’s son Abraham. *1880s - the name Crown Devon was seen on backstamps  *1912 factory renamed The Devon Pottery *1951 - survived a fire *1982 closed Popular wares include: Majolica - mostly exported ...

Important implications in the historical city of the groove has become "neglected" Najran is classified as the leading tourist destinations and has implications for thousands of years back

Posted on 04/22/2012 06:46:25 AM

Enjoy the city groove archaeological Najran (South Arabia) the importance of historical extreme being classified as the most important sites and richest in the Arabian Peninsula, the city of archaeological contains the writings and inscriptions on the stones dating back to more than 1700 years, as mentioned ...

Egyptian Museum and enter the battle alone service after 110 years

Posted on 04/17/2012 10:16:08 PM

If Egypt is to build a castle museum new name of the Grand Egyptian Museum .. the museum the old residing in Hmokh and grandeur in the heart of Tahrir Square, carrying the banner of museum presentation of the treasures of Egypt along the one hundred and ten years exactly since it was inaugurated by Khedive ...

Reveal the name of a new king of Pharaonic back to the family of the 17

Posted on 04/17/2012 06:18:30 PM

Reveal the name of a new king of Pharaonic back to the family of the 17 The Minister of Antiquities, Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim during a visit excavations temples of Karnak in Luxor, the ongoing discovery of a new name Pharaonic king was not known to the archaeologists back to the family of seventeen, and helps ...

Rasputin: A Cat that Really was Gone!

Posted on 04/11/2012 07:40:25 AM

Rasputin Post 2! A lot of people don’t know who Grigori Yefemovich (better known as Rasputin) is and it’s somewhat understandable that he’s been forgotten. Nearly a century has passed since he walked among the living, and even then, he didn’t write any books or win a war. He was ...

It's Be A Crazy German Day During Fasnet

Posted on 04/04/2012 04:41:44 AM

Well…I’m alive…and that is all that matters right? It all started last weekend with a 3 day festival celebrating the culture and the traditions of each town.  There is a great website that I found that explains what each town’s costume means and the story behind the founding ...

The Short and Eventful Life of Phineas Gage

Posted on 04/01/2012 01:00:57 AM

Have you heard of fella called Phineas Gage? He’s a famous medical case, so I suppose anatomists and doctors are very familiar with the details, but the rest of us don’t often hear about him. The medical aspects of the case are lost on me, since my healthcare knowledge is limited to band-aid ...

Titanic Dreams

Posted on 03/22/2012 01:12:46 PM

The Titanic was both truly a pioneer in shipbuilding and also one of the biggest tragedies in recent history. Far from the cheap hotels in Derby, the Titanic was a state of the art vessel which was aiming to compete with rival ships Mauretania and Lusitania.The construction of the ship was funded by ...

Top 5 Highland Games

Posted on 03/01/2012 01:33:44 PM

The Highland Games is a celebration of Scotland’s history, language and all of the other aspects of Scottish culture that might otherwise have been lost. Highland Games take place all over the world, wherever there is a large population of Scottish expatriates, such as North America, or Bavaria, ...

I'm a "baby" baby boomer

Posted on 02/29/2012 07:34:45 PM

I'm a baby baby boomer   I keep hearing the term baby boomer and wondered where I fit in. Am I a baby boomer? If so, what is it and how did it happen.   There are a couple of different date ranges for baby boomers, the most common one that I have seen is babies born between 1946 and 1959 ...

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