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Spanish Consulate visits Annagassan to discuss twinning based on Viking heritage

A representative of the Spanish Consulate visited Annagassan this afternoon to discuss the first stage of a twinning proposal with Catoira, which shares a Viking heritage. 59 more words

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Oldest human skin found?



The Malapa site, August 2011. Site of discovery of Australopithecus sediba

Photo by Lee R. Berger. Source Wikimedia Commons


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Inside the Mind of... Craig Weatherhill

We continue our, now long-running, ‘Inside the Mind‘ series with a peek into the head of author and historian Craig Weatherhill.

Brief Bio… 935 more words

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Inside the Mind of... David Jacques

Our next ‘victim’ for our ‘Inside the Mind’ series comes courtesy of David Jacques, Senior Research Fellow in Archaeology at the University of Buckingham’s Humanities Research Institute and Project Director at… 1,215 more words

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5 Ancient Mysteries of Mexico That Turn History On Its Head

Inspirational Tourist Attractions of Mexico

There is mounting evidence being gathered by researchers all over the world that casts doubt over the orthodox version of history. 1,826 more words

Ancient History

The woman who raised the Mary Rose dies


Dr Margaret Helen Rule (1928-2015)


Dr Margaret Helen Rule, CBE, the woman who helped raise the Mary Rose, died Thursday aged 86. She led the project that excavated and raised a huge section of Henry XIII’s Tudor warship from the bottom of the Solent in October 1982. 16 more words


Inside the Mind of... David Breeze

After a short hiatus, we’re pleased to be able to continue our ‘Inside the Mind‘ series, with the co-operation of Professor David Breeze OBE, FSA, FRSE, Hon FSA Scot, Hon MIFA. 895 more words

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