0318 Today in History
0318 Today in History
The mummified finds were discovered in the King Ramses II Temple of Abydos, located roughly 270 miles south of Cairo.
By 1853, he was once again president. Instead of due process or free speech, his opponents usually saw the army seizing their property.
After falling off a roof in 2021, David Hollowell is re-learning how to speak. His daughter shares his colossal mural and his health journey on TikTok.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered more than 2,000 ancient mummified sheep heads left as offerings in a temple to the pharaoh Ramses II, the tourism and antiquities ministry said Sunday.Ramses II reigned over Egypt for nearly seven decades, from 1304 to 1237 BC. Mostafa Waziri, head of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, said the finds will help people know more about the temple of Ramses II and the activities which took place there from its construction between 2374 and 2140 BC and the
Galyna hunches over her small garden in Chasiv Yar, her frail silhouette in stark contrast with the powerful tanks rumbling past her home near the frontline in eastern Ukraine.Already facing regular bombings, Chasiv Yar, home to 13,000 people before the war, could be the next target of Moscow's army if Bakhmut falls.
Eagle's Nest is 1.43 acres in Bridgewater that Gen. George Washington's troops used as a lookout during the Revolutionary War.
Only through conversations about history and racism in books, films and classrooms can we hope to make things better
In the bowels of the Trump National Doral hotel in Miami, in a small space leading to electrical rooms, an enormous portrait of the 45th president of the United States rests on a piece of deteriorating purple-colored foam. Stored next to a stack of old yoga mats, the former president’s portrait sits underneath a halogen light and the metal sheen of air ducts, propped between two doors with placards that read “ELECTRICAL ROOM No Storage.” The tiny room is overwhelmed by the grandiose portrait, st
Joan Oates, who has died aged 94, was an archaeologist specialising in the ancient Near East and a leading expert on Mesopotamian prehistory; she worked on and directed digs in Iraq and Syria that broadened our understanding of ancient cultures.
A 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V with the rare Bill Blass Edition package, found in a wrecking yard in Denver, Colorado.
Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd, if only to witness the brilliant performances by Josh Groban, Annaleigh Ashford, Gaten Matarazzo, Jordan Fisher, and more.
About a hundred locals gathered for performances dedicated to Lazaretto Day, a day of remembrance of enslaved Africans brought to Georgia's coast.
At a Bronze Age burial site in north-western China 45 years ago, a group of archaeologists made a surprising discovery. Inside a humble mud-brick tomb, beneath a covering of reeds, they found the mummified remains of an almost 6ft-tall man, with a long, broad nose, a thick ginger beard, and spirals of red and yellow ochre painted on his cheeks.
Every week we put together a list of things to do in Coachella Valley. Read on to discover entertainment ranging from festivals to art exhibits.
Sahand Miraminy has been restoring the historic Harriet Lane Mansion in downtown Mercersburg, Pa., in anticipation of welcoming its first guests.
The Rocky star shared some of his works to Instagram, announcing that he's ready to get back into the craft
“LeeMullican.PCX” captures the late artist’s transition from palette knife to mouse and stylus when he was in his late 60s.
A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City killed 146 people on this day in history, March 25, 1911 — leading to a host of worker safety reforms.
Henry VIII ensured his public image was updated as quickly as his wives, the discovery of an altered portrait has suggested.
Say his name three times, and he will appear.