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Ethiopia Then and Now

Archaeology in Ethiopia Ethiopia’s first ancient holy city was known as the Empire of Aksum. This was the birthplace of Ethiopian civilization and originated over two hundred years ago between two mountains, two hundred and ninety-five kilometers inland from the Red Sea. The Kings and Queens of the Empire of Aksum erected

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Amazing Archaeological Mysteries

Archaeological discoveries have a way of beguiling people, perhaps because it is fun and exciting to dream up explanations for how and why artifacts exist. These archaeological discoveries have left scientists with many unanswered questions, time and time again. Stone Spheres Enormous stone spheres, dating as far back as A.D 600, were

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Newfoundland Labrador: Canada’s Hidden Gem

Newfoundland Labrador is the most easterly province in Canada. Though human habitation in the province can be traced back to approximately nine thousand years ago, the first European explorer, John Cabot, landed in Newfoundland Labrador in 1497. The exact area where he landed is debated among historians, though the five hundredth anniversary