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Lost cities #1: Babylon – how war almost erased ‘mankind’s greatest heritage site’ | Cities | The Guardian

Lost cities #1: Babylon – how war almost erased ‘mankind’s greatest heritage site’ | Cities | The Guardian

From Sinclair Lewis and Philip Roth to Donald Trump’s favourite film, Citizen Kane, US culture has long told stories about homegrown authoritarianism. What can we learn from them?

'It will be called Americanism': the US writers who imagined a fascist future

From Sinclair Lewis and Philip Roth to Donald Trump’s favourite film, Citizen Kane, US culture has long told stories about homegrown authoritarianism. What can we learn from them?

Infamous Gate to Hell Found in Turkey Where It Continues to Breathe Its Deathly Air

Infamous Gate to Hell Found in Turkey, Where It Continues to Breathe Its Deathly Air

Infamous Gate to Hell Found in Turkey Where It Continues to Breathe Its Deathly Air

World History -- This picture from Unit Study of Japan - with videos! (There are also other units for other cultures)  Amazing wiki.

World History -- This picture from Unit Study of Japan - with videos! (There are also other units for other cultures) Amazing wiki.

Reconstruction of the dinosaur Psittacosaurus, by palaeoartist Robert Nicholls. Photograph: Robert Nicholls

Scientists reveal most accurate depiction of a dinosaur ever created

Reconstruction of the dinosaur Psittacosaurus, by palaeoartist Robert Nicholls. Photograph: Robert Nicholls

Roman decadence reached its peak with the vomitorium: a room where feasting elites threw up to make room for more food. Or so the story goes ...

Roman decadence reached its peak with the vomitorium: a room where feasting elites threw up to make room for more food. Or so the story goes ...

The stereoscope was the virtual reality headset of the 19th century. The New York Public Library’s collection contains tens of thousands of stereographic images, offering a unique insight into a long forgotten New York

The stereoscope was the virtual reality headset of the 19th century. The New York Public Library’s collection contains tens of thousands of stereographic images, offering a unique insight into a long forgotten New York

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