Thousand years

Mischievous and False Crusades | Indian express

I read a page of history. The Crusades were wars of religion that began towards the end of the 11th century. The wars are believed to have taken place between 1095 and 1291. History reports that they were organized by European Christians, with the support of the Latin Church, to curb the spread of Islam, to roll back the Muslim ...

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10 beautiful walks in the Scottish woods to color your autumn

Bring it on. Bring in the rich red leaves and vivid yellows of the birch. Bring on the ground covered with shiny crimson mushrooms. Bring the berries illuminating the rowan tree. The leaves are just starting to turn now, a reminder that fall is a time of promise and glory, rich colors and lofty forest drama. What better time, writes ...

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Area football coaches react to further cancellation due to poor air quality | Sports

Richie Bolin is no stranger to extinguishing fires, literally and figuratively. The North High third-year football coach worked as a wildland firefighter for two years after the former star star lineman ended his playing career in the state of New Mexico, and also became adept at overcoming life’s challenges when they arise. The two worlds collided somewhat on Friday when ...

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De-extinction of mammoths is a waste of money – the Oswegonian

De-extinction, similar to that seen in “Jurassic Park”, has long been a dream of geneticists, biologists and dinosaur fans around the world. However, in recent years, legitimate research has been carried out in an attempt to bring back the most iconic species of the Ice Age: woolly mammoths. Costing millions, if not tens or hundreds of millions, bringing back woolly ...

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23,000-year-old footprints suggest people reached the Americas early

Footprints left in layers of clay and silt in White Sands National Park in New Mexico may be between 23,000 and 21,000 years old. It is based on radiocarbon dating of the remains of grass seeds buried in the layers of sediment above and below the tracks. If the dates are correct, the tracks are evidence that people were walking ...

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Lieutenant Guv Manoj Sinha, Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh inaugurate Jammu HAAT

The center will reshape the business environment by lifting existing hand looms, crafts and small industrial products, in addition to opening up opportunities for local entrepreneurs: LG Jammu Haat will be a unique marketplace to showcase the richness of J&K culture; a platform to compete, connect and collaborate with global market players, says LT Governor The government will extend the ...

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Lesbian road trip RPG Get in the car, loser! now available on PC for free download

Love Conquers All Games released a lesbian road trip RPG today Get in the car, loser! for PC (To smoke, Itch.io), available for free download. The base game is free to download, but an optional Beach Story Chapter DLC is available for purchase for those who want to support developers or discover additional content, priced at $ 9.99. This DLC, ...

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The letter of freedom to the Romans

Rome, Italy-Apart from Basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura, commonly known as St. Paul’s Basilica, stands an imposing marble statue of a man who seems ready to do battle with the world. Bearded and hooded, he holds a Bible in his left hand and a long cross in his right, but holds the cross to his chest as if ...

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Astronomers finally solve mystery of famous 900-year-old Chinese supernova

The 900-year-old mystery was finally solved when an international team of astronomers said they had identified the source of a famous supernova recorded by astronomers in 1181 AD. The supernova, known as the “Chinese Guest Star,” has been observed by Chinese and Japanese astronomers and is said to have been as bright as Saturn and visible in the night sky ...

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GV Art Gallery explores “Canal by Canal” with Jason Reblando – Grand Valley Lanthorn

The Grand Valley State University Art Gallery on Friday hosted documentary photographer Jason Reblando as part of its “On The Wall Artist Talk” series. The event took place in person and on zoom, and featured an in-depth discussion with Reblando about his work. The lectures focused specifically on his photography exhibitions at GVSU, “Canal By Canal”, exhibited in the gallery ...

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