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The Ancient Greek Ruler Draco and the Ancient Greek Reformer Solon 

Draconian laws which are associated with being especially unfair and cruel stem from the tyrant Draco who commissioned them in 621 B.C.. Draco forced farmers who couldn’t pay their debts into slavery and simple crimes like stealing a cabbage were punishable by death. 53 more words

Ancient History

Plant and Animal Beginnings in the Philippines

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What is Wallace’s Line?

The Wallace Line runs up the Lombok Strait between Indonesian Islands Bali and Lombok. It continues north through the Makassar Strait that separates Borneo(Kalimantan) and Celebes (Sulawesi), turns east into the Pacific and then back north again to encompass the Philippines. 466 more words

Philippines

Exploring Alicante's Archaeology

Alicante is known for its historic, mountain-top castle, turquoise sea and mile-long beaches. Unknown to many tourists, it is an ancient city, and people have lived there for thousands of years. 356 more words

Alicante

Question: Who Speaks for EnKi Now?

“I’ve read on a Anunnaki few sites that EnKi speaks through Michael Lee Hill. A few writers said they would volunteer to allow EnKi to inhabit their bodies. 226 more words

New Age

Giant, Prehistoric Bird Chowed Down on This Neanderthal Child's Bones

Also file under “Ways I Don’t want to Die…”

A giant bird gulped down the remains of a Neanderthal child about 115,000 years ago.

One Neanderthal child had a very bad day about 115,000 years ago. 503 more words